Bharat Kapoor

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Bharat Kapoor
Born (1940-08-09) 9 August 1940 (age 80) [1]
Occupation Actor
Years activeSince 1972

Bharat Kapoor is an Indian film and television famous actor.



He has been acting since 1972 and starred in the television series Bhagyavidhaata on India's Colors television channel between 2009 and 2011. [2]



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