Sadhu Meher

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Sadhu Meher (born in Odisha) is an Indian actor, director, and producer . [1]


He has performed in both Odia and Hindi films. [2] He primarily began his career in Hindi films like Bhuvan Shome , Ankur and Mrigaya . Later on shifted his interest towards Odia films. [3] He is one of the actors who gained prominence in Parallel Cinema in the mid-1980s. He also acted in Byomkesh Bakshi in the episodes 'Aadim Shatru (Part 1 & 2)' and 'Chakrant' as Anadi Haldar and Bishupal respectively. He won a National Film Award for Best Actor for Ankur . [4] He was conferred Padma Sri by the Government of India in 2017.


1969 Bhuvan Shome Jadhav Patel
1970 Ichhapuran
1974 27 Down
1974 Ankur Kishtaya National Film Award for Best Actor
1975 Nishaant (Night's End)Special Appearance
1975 Sholay dacoit
1976 Manthan Mahapatra
1976 Bali Ghara
1977 Inkaar Sitaram
1977 Gharaonda
1977 Safed Haathi Mamaji
1977 Abhimaan
1977 Mrigayaa Bhuban Sardar1979


1980 Aparichita
1980 Kasturi
1981 Seeta Raati
1983 Desire
1985 Debshishu Raghubir
1989 Bhukha
1993 Pratimurti
1994 Uttoran Jatin Kundu
1994 Charachar Bhushan
1997 Shesha Drushti
1999 Hum Aapke Dil Mein Rehte Hain Badri Prasad
2003 Patth
2004 30 Days Ramu
2007 Jai Jagannatha Shriya's father-in-law
2016 Bhagya Na Jaane Koi Ghisu

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1977 Abhimaan
1980 Aparichita
1983 Desire
1985 Babula
1999 Gopa Re Badhhuchhi Kala Kanhei


Sadhu Meher also played characters, Anadi Haldar, in the episode Aadim Shatru (Part 1 & 2), [8] [9] and Bishupal, in the episode Chakrant, [10] of Byomkesh Bakshi (TV series), broadcast by Doordarshan in 1997.

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