|Other names||Subbi Raj, Subhi Raj, Subi Raj, Suvi Raj, Subbiraaj, Suberaj, Subhiraaj, Subhiraj, Subiraaj, Subiraj|
|Ek Ruka Hua Faisla|
Subbiraj Kakkar popularly known as Subbiraj was an Indian character actor in Hindi language films and Television.He was the son of the sister of veteran actor Prithviraj Kapoor named Kailash and thus a cousin of Raj Kapoor, Shammi Kapoor & Shashi Kapoor.
His debut film was “Do Gunde.” At that time he was working as the Studio Manager of famous R.K.Studio of Kapoor family.
Subbiraj was well-known for his acting in Hindi cinema mainly as a character artist. He was best known for his acting performance in the film “Ek Ruka Hua Faisla” released in 1986 in which he has acted in the role of “Juror no Ten” as an arrogant, hypocrite, foul-mouthed, and aggressive businessman. This film was the remake of Sidney Lumet movie “Twelve Angry Men.” He got the acclamation of both the critics and the audience for his acting in this movie. In 1991 he featured in another movie named as “Maa Ki Mamta” which was also a big hit.
Some of his other popular films are “Khiladi 420” in 2000, “International Khiladi” in 1999, “Ram Aur Shyam” in 1996, etc.
His father was the studio manager of R K Studios.
He married to the actress Baby Naaz, of the Boot Polish movie fame, a classic of Raj Kapoor in 1965 who had received a distinction award at the 1955 Cannes Film Festival for her role in Boot Polish.They have two sons who are not related to the Film Industry. Subbiraj passed away in July 2007. Baby Naaz died before him in 1995.
His wife Naaz was his co-star in two of his movies are “Dekha Pyaar Tumhara” in 1963 and “Mera Ghar Mere Bachhe” in 1965.
|2009||Sanam Teri Kasam||Dr. Kapoor|
|2005||Ab Tumhari Bari|
|2000||Mela (as Subhi Raj)|
|2000||Bharat India Hindustan|
|1999||Jahan Tum Le Chalo|
|1999||Kartoos||Mini's prospective father-in-law|
|1999||International Khiladi||S.P. Sharma (as Subiraj)|
|1998||Khote Sikkey||Senior Police Officer (as Suvi Raj)|
|1998||Mohabbat Aur Jung||Police Commissioner|
|1997||Aflatoon||College principal (as Subiraj)|
|1997||Police Station||School Master|
|1996||Papi Gudia||Commissioner of Police (as Subhiraaj)|
|1996||Ajay (1996 film)||Anjali's Father-in-law|
|1996||Ram Aur Shyam||Scientist (as Subi Raj)|
|1996||Agni Sakshi||Mr. Kapoor (Father)|
|1995||Fauji||Inspector General of Police|
|1995||Sabse Bada Khiladi||Police Commissioner Sinha (uncredited)|
|1995||Aaj Ka Maseeha|
|1994||Do Fantoosh||Veerendra's chacha|
|1994||Sangdil Sanam||Vimla's husband|
|1994||Aao Pyaar Karen||Anjali's husband|
|1994||Andaz||Col. Anand Viraj (uncredited)|
|1994||Khuddar||Father of Adarsh Vardhan (Uncredited) seen only in photo frame|
|1994||Elaan||Senior Police Officer (uncredited)|
|1994||Sehme Huye Sitaare|
|1993||Raunaq||Jagjit Singh Parwana (as Subiraj)|
|1993||Meri Aan||Ashfaque Khan's Father-in-law|
|1993||Parwane||Principal - Gokhale College (as Subiraj)|
|1992||Anaam||Dr. Bhardwaj (as Subiraj)|
|1992||Sone Ki Lanka||Mohit's foster father|
|1992||Ek Ladka Ek Ladki||Estate Lawyer (as Subbi Raj)|
|1992||Zindagi Ek Juaa (as Subiraaj)|
|1992||Mr. Bond||Sunita's Father (as Subiraj)|
|1992||Vansh||Geeta's potential in-law (as Subhiraaj)|
|1992||Dil Ka Kya Kasoor||College Principal (as Subhiraj)|
|1991||Insaaf Ka Khoon||Prosecuting Attorney|
|1991||Kurbaan||Gupta (as Subbi Raj)|
|1991||Aur Dhol Bajta Raha|
|1991||Pyar Ka Saudagar||Maria's Father|
|1990||Awwal Number||Police Commissioner Patil|
|1990||Karishma Kali Kaa||2nd Police Commissioner|
|1990||Pathar Ke Insan||Rai Bahadur Dina Nath (as Subi Raj)|
|1990||Thanedaar||Police Commissioner (Uncle) (as Subhiraj)|
|1990||Gunahon Ka Devta||Police Inspector Verma|
|1990||Kroadh||Mehta - Public Prosecutor (Bombay)|
|1990||Aulad Ke Khatir|
|1989||Mahaadev||Thakur Sujan Singh|
|1989||Shehzaade||Shanti Bhai (uncredited)|
|1989||Tridev||Judge Saxena (as Subiraj)|
|1989||Apna Desh Paraye Log|
|1989||Khooni Murdaa||Advocate Palkhiwala (as Subiraj)|
|1989||Maut Ka Elaan (TV Movie)|
|1989||Saaya||Prosecuting Lawyer (uncredited)|
|1988||Zulm Ko Jala Doonga||Judge|
|1988||Ram-Avtar||Sangeeta's Father (as Suberaj)|
|1987||Zevar||Shambhu Nath (as Subiraj)|
|1987||Kaash||Director of the school|
|1987||Muqaddar Ka Faisla||Murari|
|1987||Satyamev Jayate||Police Commissioner Prithvi Singh (as Subbiraaj)|
|1986||Ek Ruka Hua Faisla (TV Movie)||Juror #10|
|1986||Kala Dhanda Goray Log||Senior Police Officer|
|1986||Kirayadar||Advocate (as Subiraj)|
|1986||Pahunchey Huwe Log|
|1986||Sone Ka Pinjra (Video)|
|1985||Alag Alag||Neeraj's dad|
|1984||Lakhon Ki Baat||Editor Bharucha (as Subiraj)|
|1983||Pasand Apni Apni||Ismail (as Subiraj)|
|1983||Jaani Dost||Dharamraj Singh|
|1983||Sun Meri Laila||David|
|1977||Niyaz Aur Namaaz||Qawwali singer|
|1969||Raja Saab||Kunver Gurbahadur Singh (as Subiraj)|
|1964||Ishaara||Deep (as Subi Raj)|
|1963||Dekha Pyaar Tumhara|
|1961||Bada Aadmi (as Subiraj)|
|1961||Walait Pass||Ajeet (as Subi Raj)|
|1960||Mera Ghar Mere Bachche||Narendra|
|2000||Chattaan (TV Series)|
|1999||Viraasat (TV Series)|
|1993-1998||Parampara (TV Series)|
|1991||Maa Ki Mamta (TV Series)|
|1990||Peechha Karo (TV Mini-Series)|
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