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Celebrated Indian actor Avtar Kishan Hangal

Celebrated Indian actor Avtar Kishan Hangal was born on 1 February 1914 and died on 26 August 2012 in Mumbai. Avtar Kishan Hangal is famously known as A.K. Hangal Hindi cinema industry is the breakthrough to victory for many artists. In this view, there are many character artists, but only a few artists in the film industry who make their appearance greatly touched. Even now or then A.K. Hangal‘s name should be explicitly commanded to mark. 

Celebrated Indian actor Avtar Kishan Hangal
Celebrated Indian actor Avtar Kishan Hangal

He acted in more extra than 125 movies A.K. Hangal ‘s way to significant victory was not that straightforward. He was born on 1st February in the year 1914 in Sialkot in British India (now Pakistan), he used his initial life in Peshawar and he served as a theater artist for the unusual event. He was also serving as a seamstress. Furthermore, he became strongly active support in India’s independence strife. 

He began his Hindi movie cinema profession at the highly considerably late age of 30 with director Basu Bhattacharya’s Teesri Kasam which was released in the year 1946 and he proceeded on to perform the stereotypical submissive and downtrodden old man in countless Hindi films. Teesri Kasam where he performed the character of Raj Kapoor’s elder sibling. His additional distinguished movie accounts involve Bawarchi which was released in 1972, Chhupa Rustam which was released in the year 1973, blockbuster movie Sholay which was released in 1975, Chitchor which was released in the year 1976, Aaina which was released in 1977, Judaai which was released in the year 1980, Avtaar which was released in 1983, Saagar which was released in the year 1985, Khoon Bhari Maang which was released in the year 1988, another blockbuster movie Lagaan which was released in 2001, Dil Maange More which was released in the year 2004, and Paheli which was released in the year 2005. 

Avtar Kishan Hangal in movie Sholay
Avtar Kishan Hangal in movie Sholay

The characters he played in movies like Namak Haraam, Sholay, Manzil, Anadhi, Aaina, Avtaar, and Shaukeen hurried him to the devotion state but he is the greatest commemorated for his act of Rahim Chacha a blind old man in blockbuster movie Sholay. His remarks in the movie Sholay “Itna sanaata kyun hai bhai” intercepted on like destructive fire that spreads quickly so extremely so that it gained its access to the common tongue.

Hangal has devised an unforgettable impression on the Indian movie industry through his unique appearance and full of personality and would be always recognized by one and every for his unprecedented act in Hindi movies. In 2006 the government of India bestowed him the Padma Bhushan for his enrichment to Hindi Cinema.