Sudhir Dalvi

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Sudhir Dalvi
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Sudhir Dalvi

(1939-03-20) 20 March 1939 (age 82)
OccupationActor
Years active1974-present

Sudhir Dalvi is an Indian actor. He first came to prominence for portraying Guru Vashishta in Ramanand Sagar's TV series Ramayan and is well known for his role as Sai Baba. He also acted as Sai Baba in Manoj Kumar's feature film Shirdi Ke Sai Baba which is a milestone role in Bollywood. He also became famous for his role in TV series Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi.

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He played Nana Nagarkar in a famous tele show of the 1990s, Junoon.

He also appeared in Shyam Benegal's TV Series Bharat Ek Khoj as elderly Shah Jahan in the Aurangzeb episodes.

Filmography

YearTitleRoleNotes
1974 27 Down
1977 Shirdi Ke Sai Baba Saibaba (Main Leading Role)
Apnapan Beggar In the Song "Aadmi Musafir Hain"
1978 Karmayogi Judge
1979Ladke Baap Se BadkeDaaku
1980 Saboot Defence Council
Aasha Poojari
Aap Ke Deewane
Lootmaar Pandit
1981 Kranti Bhima,Sureeli Father
Gehrayee Pujari
1982 Pyaar Ke Rahi Girdhari Seth
1983 Arpan Sona's Baba
Souten Lawyer,Public Prosecutor
Pukar Dinanath
1984 Maati Maangey Khoon Poojari/Pandit
Hum Hain Lajawaab Jyoti's dad
1985 Karm Yudh Police Inspector/IGP Bali
1986 Manav Hatya Minister Baakelal
Kala Dhanda Goray Log Police Inspector
Avinash Dr Anand
1987 Dadagiri S.P Saxena, Estate property Lawyer
Hukumat Sonia Dad
Hawalaat Truck Driver Kailash
Satyamev Jayate Mr Mishra
Marte Dam Tak P.C Mathur
Khudgarz Deshmukh
Watan Ke Rakhwale Raja Pratap
1988 Tamacha Mohan
Kasam Inspector General
Agnee Pandit
1989 Vardi Inspector General
Suryaa: An Awakening Senior Army Officer of Suraj
Guru Police Commissioner
Kahan Hai Kanoon Jyoti's Dad
Billoo Badshah Shankar lal
Apna Desh Paraye Log Journalist Sunita Dad
Toofan Dr Sharma/Gopal's Father
1990 Azaad Desh Ke Gulam Father Francis
1991 Paap Ki Aandhi Jailor Gupta
Dancer Beggar singing with Harmonium
1992 Vajraghat
Sanam Aap Ki Khatir
1993 Tirangaa Prof Nasrul Hasan nuclear Scientist
Andha Intaquam
Waqt Hamara Hai Netaji Ramgopal Verma
Khal Nayak Shambhu Master, Village School Teacher
1994 Kanoon Public Prosecutor
Ekka Raja Rani Police Inspector/Asha's Father
1995 Takkar Police Commissoner
The Gambler Mr Pandey Dayashankar Pandey Father
1996 Sarhad: The Border of Crime DIG Saxena
1999 Aakhri Raat
2000 Aaghaaz School Master/Pushpa Father
2003 Xcuse Me Kelkar

Television

YearShowRoleChannelNotes
1986-87 Buniyaad Guruji at Pragyavati Uttarkashi Ashram DD National
1987-88 Ramayan Vasishtha
1988 Bharat Ek Khoj Shahjahan Episodes 35,36 Aurangzeb
1988 Mirza Ghalib Bahadur Shah Zafar
1991-1992 Chanakya Ambhiraj
1993-98 Junoon Nana Nagarkar
1993-2001 Zee Horror Show 1995 Khamoshi 6 Episodes/1999 Khauff 5 Episodes Zee Tv
1997-2001 Jai Hanuman Mega Tv Serial Produced & Directed By Sanjay Khan Maharishi Valmiki DD National
2000 Vishnu Puran Brahma It was aired on DD National and Zee Tv Also
2000-01 Babul Ki Duwayen Leti Jaa Preeti Maternal Uncle Zee Tv
2000-2002 Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi Govardhan Virani / Bapuji Star Plus He was Replaced in place of Dinesh Thakur
2004-2005Vo Hue Na Hamare


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