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Krishan Niranjan Singh famous villain of Indian movies

Krishan Niranjan Singh famous villain of Indian movies was born on 1 September 1908 in Dehradun, Uttarakhand and died on 31 January 2000 in Mumbai. Prominent villain of Indian cinema K. N. Singh Krishan Niranjan Singh, popularly known as K. N. Singh. The evergreen gifted legendary artist of the Bollywood cinema industry was an immaculately well-attired villain who gave a keenness down the bone every time he was on silver screen he lifted an eyebrow or rolled his lips in a threatening grin.

Krishan Niranjan Singh famous villain of Indian movies
Krishan Niranjan Singh famous villain of Indian movies

At that time when Bollywood did not have that of personage to play the character of villain who can give a chill to the audience. Then there was a man Krishan Niranjan Singh who established himself in the Bollywood industry as a villain when other aspiring artists want to be a hero. Before becoming an evergreen gifted legendary villain Krishan Niranjan Singh had proved himself in the sports. The multi-brilliant captivating man Krishan Niranjan Singh had taken an opportunity to play for India and become a champion in the year 1936 Berlin Olympics. There are said to be some reasons that he could not attend the Olympics. He was once interested in entering the Indian Army. He was supposed to shine in his father’s business as a lawyer.

K. N. Singh in a movie
K. N. Singh in a movie

But destiny has another fate for him or a path to follow for success. He turned his intention from sports to the profession of acting. In less than some time with the guidance of his companion, he made his debut appearance in the movie called Sunehra Sansar which was released in the year 1936, and became a handed-down actor of the Indian film Industry. The movie Baghban became the breakthrough of his profession and in which he had represented himself as India’s most excellent villain of that time. Throughout his performing profession, he had appeared in higher than two hundred commercially successful films with astonishing movie works.

Before he could understand it, K.N. Singh had joined the dream city or we could say film city of Mumbai Bollywood industry. While he was in Calcutta, he additionally appeared in movies like Vidyapati which was released in the year 1937, Anath Ashram which was released in the year 1937, and Milap which was released in the year 1937.

In over Five decades a long career stretching from 1936 to the late 1980s., K.N. Singh made his mark in iconic movies such as Jwar Bhata which was released in the year 1944, Barsaat which was released in the year 1949, Awara which was released in the year 1951, Baazi which was released in the year 1951, Jaal which was released in 1952), C.I.D. which was released in the year 1956, Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi which was released in the year 1958, Howrah Bridge which was released in the year 1958, Manzil which was released in the year 1960, Woh Kaun Thi? which was released in the year 1964, Guide which was released in the year 1965, Teesri Manzil which was released in the year 1966, An Evening in Paris which was released in the year 1967, Haathi Mere Saathi which was released in the year 1971, and Mere Jeevan Saathi which was released in the year 1972. He passed away on 31 January 2000 at the age of 91 in Mumbai.