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Rajesh Khanna
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Nombre de nacimiento Rajesh Khanna
Nacimiento Bandera de India Amritsar, Maharashtra, India
29 de diciembre de 1942
Fallecimiento Bandera de India Bombay, Maharashtra, India
18 de julio de 2012
(69 años)
Ocupación Actor y productor
Años activo/a 1966-2012
Familia
Cónyuge Dimple Kapadia
(1973-1984)
Hijo/s Twinkle Khanna (1974)
Rinke Khanna (1977)
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Rajesh Khanna (29 de diciembre de 1942 - 18 de julio de 2012) fue un actor de Bollywood, cantante de playback, productor de cine y político indio.

Fue conocido como la "primera superestrella" y la "superestrella original" del cine indio. Él ganó estos títulos después de 15 películas consecutivas en solitario hit en la década de 1970, un récord que permanece intacto.

Khanna se casó con Dimple Kapadia en marzo de 1973 seis meses antes del debut de la película Bobby Dimple fue puesto en libertad y tiene dos hijas del matrimonio. Rajesh Khanna y Dimple Kapadia se separaron en 1984. Su hija mayor Twinkle Khanna está casada con el actor Akshay Kumar, mientras que también tienen una hija menor llamada Rinke Khanna.

Apareció en 163 películas de las cuales 128 películas lo vieron como el protagonista principal, él apareció en 17 películas cortas. Ganó tres premios Filmfare Mejor Actor y fue nominado para los mismos catorce veces.. Recibió los premios más BFJA al Mejor Actor (hindi) - cuatro veces y nominado 25 veces. En 1991, fue galardonado con el premio Filmfare Especial para completar 25 años en la industria, que aparece en un récord de 106 películas como protagonista primer sencillo en un lapso de 25 años. En 2005, fue galardonado con el Lifetime Achievement Award de Filmfare. Hizo su debut en 1966 con Aakhri Khat y saltó a la fama con sus actuaciones en el películas como Raaz, Baharon Ke Sapne, Ittefaq y Aradhana. Le dio 35 Visitas Jubileo de Oro en el período 1966-1975, tres más en 76-78 y 35 más en el período 1979-1991 y se entregó a 22 golpes del jubileo de plata en el período 1966-1991. Él era el mejor pagado India actor de 1970 a 79 y compartió el honor con Amitabh Bachchan 1980 a 87. Se le conocía como uno de los primeros Casanovas en el cine indio. También fue miembro de la Lok Sabha del Congreso Nacional Indio de Nueva Nueva Delhi electoral desde 1992 hasta 1996.

Tras una larga batalla con el cáncer, Khanna murió el 18 de julio de 2012.

Filmografía[editar]

Como actor[editar]

Año Películas Personaje Remarks
1966 Aakhri Khat[1] Govind
1967 Raaz[1] Kumar / Sunil Dual Role
1967 Baharon Ke Sapne[1] Ramaiya
1967 Aurat[1] Suresh Remake of 1966 Tamil movie 'Chithi'
1968 Shrimanji Himself Special Appearance
1969 Aradhana[1] Arun / Suraj Prasad Saxena (Dual Role) Nominated for the Filmfare Award for Best Actor. Remade as Sivakamiyin Selvan
1969 Ittefaq[1] Dilip Roy Nominated for Filmfare Award for Best Actor
Nominated for BFJA Awards for Best Actor
1969 Doli[1] Amar Kumar
1969 Bandhan[1] Dharmchand "Dharma"
1969 Do Raaste[1] Satyan Gupta
1970 Khamoshi[1] Mr. Arun Choudhury (Patient #24)
1970 The Train[2] CID Inspector Shyam Kumar Remake of 1968 Tamil movie Neelagiri Express
1970 Sachaa Jhutha[1] Bhola / Ranjit Kumar (Dual Role) Won the Filmfare Award for Best Actor.
Remade in Tamil as Ninaithadhai Mudippavan.
1970 Safar[1] Avinash Nominated for BFJA Awards for Best Actor
1971 Kati Patang[1] Kamal Sinha Nominated for Filmfare Award for Best Actor
1971 Anand[1] Anand Saigal. Won Filmfare Award for Best Actor
Won BFJA Awards for Best Actor
Won All-India Critics Association (AICA) Best Actor Award
1971 Aan Milo Sajna[1] Ajit
1971 Andaz[1] Raj Guest appearance
1971 Maryada[1] Raja Babu / Rajan Ram Bahadur
1971 Chhoti Bahu[2] Madhu Remake of Telugu film Muddu Bidda by K.B.Tilak
1971 Haathi Mere Saathi[1] Raj Kumar "Raju" Remade in Tamil as Nalla Neram[3]
1971 Guddi Himself Special Appearance
1971 Mehboob Ki Mehndi[1] Yusuf Stake holder in the production[1]
1971 Badnaam Farishte Lawyer Special Appearance
1972 Bangaru Babu Special Appearance[4]
1972 Dushman[1] Surjit Singh / Dushman Nominated for Filmfare Award for Best Actor
Nominated for BFJA Awards for Best Actor
1972 Amar Prem[1] Anand Babu Nominated for Filmfare Award for Best Actor
Won All-India Critics Association (AICA) Best Actor Award
1972 Apna Desh Akash Chandra Remake of 1969 Tamil film Nam Naadu
1972 Dil Daulat Duniya Vijay
1972 Bawarchi Raghu (Bawarchi) Won the BFJA Awards for Best Actor
1972 Joroo Ka Ghulam Rajesh
1972 Mere Jeevan Sathi[2] Prakash
1972 Maalik[2] Raju
1972 Shehzada[2] Rajesh
1972 Anuraag[1] Gangaram Supporting role
1973 Raja Rani[2] Raja
1973 Daag: A Poem of Love[1] Sunil Kohli Nominated for Filmfare Award for Best Actor
1973 Namak Haraam[1] Somnath (Somu) / Chander Singh Won BFJA Awards for Best Actor
1973 Bombay Superstar Bombay Superstar BBC made documentary film on Rajesh Khanna and screened it as part of Man Alive Series in 1973 and Jack Pizzey was the reporter.
1974 Avishkaar Amar Won 1975 Filmfare Award for Best Actor
1974 Humshakal Ram / Laxman (Dual Role) Remade in Tamil as Oorukku Uzhaippavan
1974 Aap Ki Kasam[1] Kamal Bhatnagar Nominated for BFJA Awards for Best Actor
1974 Prem Nagar[1] Chhotey Kunver Karan U. Singh Nominated for 1975 Filmfare Award for Best Actor
Remake of 1971 Telugu film Prem Nagar[5]
1974 Ajnabee[1] Rohit Kumar Saxena Won All-India Critics Association (AICA) Best Actor Award
1974 Roti[1] Mangal Singh Co-Produced by Rajesh Khanna[1]
Nominated for the 1975 BFJA Awards for Best Actor
1974 Badhti Ka Naam Dadhi Special Appearance
1975 Prem Kahani[2] Rajesh Kamleshwar Narain Nominated for BFJA Awards for Best Actor
1975 Aakraman[1] Karnail Singh Special Appearance
1976 Sawa Lakh Se Ek Ladaun Qawwali Singer Special Appearance in Punjabi Film
1976 Maha Chor[2] Raju Khan / Rajeshwar A. Singh / Johnny Fernandes (Dual Role)
1976 Bundal Baaz Rajaram "Goku" "Raja"
1976 Ginny Aur Johnny Inspector Special Appearance
1976 Mehbooba[2] Prakash / Suraj Nominated for BFJA Awards for Best Actor
1977 Tyaag[2] Chetan
1977 Karm[2] Arvind Kumar
1977 Chhailla Babu[1] Babu Chhailla
1977 Chalta Purza Amar Gupta
1977 Anurodh[1] Arun Choudhury / Sanjay Kumar / Pritam Nath Ghayal Nominated for BFJA Awards for Best Actor
1977 Aashiq Hoon Baharon Ka[1] Ashok Sharma
1977 Aaina[2] Ashok J. Rao Special Appearance
1977 Hatyara Special Appearance
1977 Tinku Special Appearance
1977 Palkon Ki Chhaon Mein[2] Ravi Raj Sinha (Dak Babu) Remade as Welcome to Sajjanpur
1978 Chakravyuha[1] Amit Narayan Nominated for BFJA Awards for Best Actor
1978 Bhola Bhala Ram Kumar Verma / Nathu "Nathiya" Singh Double Role
1978 Naukri[2] Ranjit Gupta "Ronu"
1979 Naya Bakra Person Visiting Coutesean Special Appearance
1979 Cinema Cinema Special Appearance
1979 Muqabla Qawwali Singer Special Appearance
1979 Janata Havaldar Janta Prasad/Jantu/ Janta Hawaldar
1979 Shaitan Mujrim Special Appearance
1979 Majnoon
1979 Bebus
1979 Amar Deep[1] Raja / Sonu Nominated for Filmfare Award for Best Actor
Nominated for BFJA Awards for Best Actor
1979 Prem Bandhan[2] Kishan / Mohan Khanna
1980 Phir Wohi Raat[2] Dr. Vijay
1980 Bandish[2] Kishan
1980 Thodisi Bewafaii[1] Arun Kumar Choudhary Nominated for Filmfare Award for Best Actor
1980 Red Rose[1] Anand Remake of 1978 Tamil film Sigappu Rojakkal
1980 Aanchal[2] Shambhu Nominated for BFJA Awards for Best Actor
1981 Kudrat[2] Mohan Kapoor / Madho Won All-India Critics Association (AICA) Best Actor Award at Calcutta
Nominated for BFJA Awards for Best Actor.
1981 Sundara Satarkar Special Appearance
1981 Dhanwan[1] Vijaykumar Saxena Nominated for BFJA Awards for Best Actor
1981 Dard[2] Deepak Srivastav / Vikas "Vicky" (Dual Role) Nominated for Filmfare Award for Best Actor
Won the Lion's Club Award for Best Actor in Delhi.
1981 Naseeb Himself Special Appearance
1981 Dushman Dost
1981 Bharosa
1981 Fiffty Fiffty[2] Kishan Singh
1981 Khoon Aur Paani Special Appearance
1982 Dil-E-Nadaan Anand Remake of Tamil film Ilamai Oonjal Aadukirathu by C.V.Sridhar
1982 Ashanti[2] Police Inspector Kumar Chandra Singh
1982 Suraag Qawwali Singer Special Appearance
1982 Rajput[2] Dhirendra Singh
1982 Dharam Kanta Ram / Shanker
1982 Ayaash Special Appearance
1983 Jaanwar Raju
1983 Nishaan
1983 Souten[1] Shyam Mohit Nominated for BFJA Awards for Best Actor
1983 Avtaar[1] Avtaar Krishen Nominated for Filmfare Award for Best Actor
Nominated for BFJA Awards for Best Actor
Won All-India Critics Association (AICA) Best Actor Award. Remade in Telugu as O Thandri Teerpu in 1985.
1983 Agar Tum Na Hote[2] Ashok Mehra
1983 Disco Dancer Master Raju Supporting role
1983 Film Hi Film Special Appearance
1984 Paapi Pet Ka Sawaal Hai
1984 Dharm Aur Qanoon[2] Justice Diwan / Rajan Double Role
1984 Awaaz[1] Advocate Jayant Nominated for BFJA Awards for Best Actor
1984 Aaj Ka M.L.A. Ram Avtar[1] Ram Avtaar Won All-India Critics Association (AICA) Best Actor Award at Calcutta
Nominated for BFJA Awards for Best Actor
1984 Asha Jyoti Deepak Chander
1984 Maqsad[1] Rajeshwar
1984 Naya Kadam[2] Ramu
1985 Oonche Log Rai Bahadur Rajdev Singh / Raju /Jagdev Singh/
1985 Zamana[2] Inspector Vinod S. Kumar
1985 Hum Dono[2] Raja / Dr. Shekhar (Dual Role) Nominated for BFJA Awards for Best Actor.
Remake of 1979 Telugu Film Sommokadidhi Sokkadidhi
1985 Masterji Masterji Remake of 1983 Tamil film Mundhanai Mudichu
1985 Insaaf Main Karoonga Captain Ravi Khanna
1985 Durgaa Advocate Special Appearance
1985 Aakhir Kyon?[2] Alok Nath
1985 Bewafai[2] Ashok Nath
1985 Alag Alag[1] Neeraj Produced by Rajesh Khanna
1985 Babu[2] Babu Remake of 1971 Tamil film Babu.
Nominated for BFJA Awards for Best Actor
1985 Ram Tere Kitne Nam Himself Special Appearance
1985 Aar Paar[2] Himself Special Appearance
1985 Bayen Haath Ka Khel[2]
1985 Awara Baap
1986 Shatru[2] Inspector Ashok Sharma
1986 Om
1986 Waapsi
1986 Mohabbat Ki Kasam Krishna
1986 Angaaray[2] Ravi
1986 Amrit[1] Amrit Lal Sharma Won BFJA Awards for Best Actor
Won All-India Critics Association (AICA) Best Actor Award
1986 Adhikar[2] Vishal Nominated for BFJA Awards for Best Actor
1986 Nasihat[2]
1986 Anokha Rishta[2] Robert Bob Remake of Kanamarayathu
1987 Sitapur Ki Geeta Ramu Special Appearance, Dubbed into Bhojpuri
1987 Nazrana (1987 film) Rajat Verma
1987 Awam[2] Captain Amar Kumar Nominated for BFJA Awards for Best Actor
1987 Goraa
1987 Raj Kapoor Himself
1988 Woh Phir Aayegi
1988 Vijay Ajit Bhardwaj Supporting Role
1989 Main Tera Dushman Shankar Guest Artist
1989 Mamta ki Chhaon Mein Special Appearance
1989 Police Ke Peechhe Police Produced by Rajesh Khanna
1989 Ghar Ka Chiraag Kumar
1989 Paap Ka Ant Special Appearance Special Appearance
1990 Swarg Mr. Kumar
1990 Jai Shiv Shankar Produced by Rajesh Khanna
1990 Dushman Special Appearance
1991 Ghar Parivar
1991 Rupaye Dus Karod
1991 Begunah Jeevanlal "J.V." Remade as Mahanadi (film)
1994 Khudai Raj Anand Won the Best Actor Award at Russian Film Festival, Ujvegistan
1994 Birodh Shatru dubbed and released in Bangladesh
1995 Kis Kaam Ke Yeh Rishte
1996 Sautela Bhai Master Tulsiram
1999 Aa Ab Laut Chalen[1] Balraj Khanna
2001 Pyaar Zindagi Hai Hridaynath Remake of Aasai
2002 Kyaa Dil Ne Kahaa Siddharth Supporting role
2006 Jaana... Let's Fall in Love Hamid Special Appearance
2007 Om Shanti Om Himself His face used through graphics
2008 Wafa: A Deadly Love Story Amritlal Chopra
2010 Do Dilon Ke Khel Mein Joginder Singh Supporting role
2012 Jaanleva Black Blood CID Delayed, Yet to be released[6]
2012 Riyasat Don Delayed, Releasing on March 2013[7]

Como productor[editar]

Año Película
1985 Alag Alag
1989 Police Ke Peeche Police
1990 Jai Shiv Shankar

Co-productor[editar]

Año Película Worldwide Gross
1971 Mehboob Ki Mehndi 2,80,00,000[8]
1974 Roti 4,00,00,000[9]
1995 Barsaat 19,25,00,000[10]

Como cantante de playback[editar]

Año Canción Película Notas
1967 "O Mere Sajna O Mere Balma" Baharon Ke Sapne With Lata Mangeshkar
1969 "Baagon Mein Bahaar Hai" Aradhana With Rafi and Lata Mangeshkar
1970 "Nadiya Chale Chale Re Dhara" Safar With Manna Dey
1972 "Raina beeti jaaye" Amar Prem With Lata Mangeshkar
1972 "Rimjhim Rimjhim Dekho Baras Rahee Hai" Shehzada With Kishore Kumar and Lata Mangeshkar
1972 "Naa Jaeeyo Naa Jaeeyo Chhod Ke Naa Jaiyo Meri Rani" Shehzada With Kishore Kumar and Lata Mangeshkar
1973 "Haan To Main Kya" Raja Rani With Mukesh and Lata Mangeshkar
1973 "Main To Kuchh Bhi Nahin" Daag
1974 "Ik Ajnabi Haseena Se Yun Mulaqat Ho Gayi" Ajanabee With Kishore Kumar
1974 "Ek Muamma Hai Samjh Ne Ka" Prem Nagar With Kishore Kumar

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