Vijay bholanath Khote
17 December 1941
|Died||30 September 2019 77) (aged|
|Family||Nandu Khote (father) |
Durga Khote (aunt)
Shubha Khote (sister)
Bhavana Balsavar (niece)
Viju Khote (17 December 1941 – 30 September 2019) was an Indian actor who was known for his work in more than 440 films in Hindi and Marathi cinema. He was famous as the dacoit Kaalia in the film Sholay and the dialogue, "Sardar maine aapka namak khaya hai" and Robert in movie Andaz Apna Apna with the dialogue "galti se mistake hogaya". On television he was most remembered for his role in Zabaan Sambhalke (1993). He also acted in Marathi theatre over the years.
He was younger brother of actress Shubha Khote. Their father Nandu Khote was a noted stage actor and in silent movies, whose sister-in-law was actress Durga Khote.
Khote died on 30 September 2019 at his Mumbai home due to multiple organ failure at the age of 77.
|1968||Anokhi Raat||Idle bandit|
|1969||Jeene Ki Raah||Raghunandan - Sudha's prospective groom|
|Pagla Kahin Ka|
|1971||Paras||Munna Sarkar Friend|
|1972||Bhai Ho To Aisa||Chandravadan|
|Raaste Kaa Patthar||Doctor|
|Raampur Ka Lakshman||Michael|
|Jalte Badan||Deshpande,College Student|
|Jurm Aur Sazaa|
|1977||Dulhan Wahi Jo Piya Man Bhaye.||Traffic Inspector|
|1978||Azaad (1978 film)||Stooge|
|1980||Jazbaat (1980 film)||Sapna's Victim|
|Karz||Baiyan (Kabir's left)|
|Jyoti (1981 film)|
|1982||Gopichand Jasoos||Taxi Driver of Goa|
|Ashanti (1982 film)||Francis|
|1983||Humse Na Jeeta Koi||Shakti Henchmen|
|Pukar (1983 film)||Kiran Bhandare|
|1984||Hum Hain Lajawaab||Creditor|
|Jhutha Sach||Custom Officer (song "Loot Gayi")|
|Inquilaab||Blackmarketer,associate of Bhupathi|
|Ghar Ek Mandir (film)|
|Phulwari (1984 film)||Horse-riding trainer|
|Hum Hain Lajawaab|
|1985||Karm Yudh||Police Constable Aayaram|
|Haqeeqat (1985 film)||Hospital Ward Boy|
|Meri Jung||Arun Verma Assistant|
|Maa Kasam||Constable B A Talwar|
|1986||Aag Aur Shola||Police Constable|
|Baat Ban Jaye||Dr. Dharam adhikari|
|Tan-Badan||Road-Rowdy Goon who loots the people for money|
|Aakhree Raasta||Amarnath||Senior Police Inspector|
|Naam O Nishan||Inspector Sharma|
|Satyamev Jayate||Police Constable Daboo|
|Pyaar Ka Mandir||Compounder|
|Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak||Maan Singh|
|Kasam||South Indian Madrasi Smuggler|
|Mar Mitenge||Police Constable P.K.Kale|
|Qatil||Red Rose Club announcer|
|Abhi To Main Jawan Hoon|
|Vardi||Toll Plaza Agent|
|Main Tera Dushman||Mental Hospital Doctor|
|Gair Kanooni||Police Inspector|
|Elaan-E-Jung||Police Inspector Khote|
|Baap Numbri Beta Dus Numbri||Prisoner|
|Jawani Zindabad||Mr Pathak|
|Zimmedaaar||Goga Assistant||Diamond Stealer|
|Thanedaar||Police Constable Sukhiram|
|Benaam Badsha||Hotel Security Guard|
|Afsana Pyar Ka||Gurumurthy||College Physics Prof|
|Karz Chukana Hai||Gama Pahelwan|
|Do Matwale||Cottage Keeper|
|Pyar Hua Chori Chori||Police Constable Verma|
|Dancer||Dhansukh Ghotale||Dance Competition Organiser|
|1992||Geet Milan Ke Gaate Rahenge|
|Deedar||Inspector Khadak Singh|
|Jeena Marna Tere Sang||College Principal Personaal Assistant (PA)|
|1993||Pyar Pyar||College Professor|
|King Uncle||Jairam, Marriage Mediaitor|
|Dil Ki Baazi||Police Constable||Guest/Cameo Role|
|Police Wala||Police Inspector .|
|Gurudev||Pathan||Security Guard at Hospital|
|Aaja Meri Jaan||Ship Captain|
|1994||Prem Shakti||Delpotiya, Kewalchand's Manager|
|Janam Se Pehle||Teerat Ram (Spy)|
|Jai Kishen||Police Constable Shevde|
|Beta Ho To Aisa||Poojari|
|Andaz Apna Apna||Robert|
|1995||Policewala Gunda||Shamsher Singh Kallu||Jailor|
|Kismat||Police Constable Talwar Singh|
|Ghatak: Lethal||Shop Owner|
|1997||Vijeta'||Vidya Sagar Lawyer|
|1998||Achanak||Veternity Doctor M.Dasturi|
|Dulhe Raja||Municipal Commissioner Todnar|
|Bade Miyan Chote Miyan||Arun,Train Passenger|
|1999||Lal Baadshah||Kiran Boss,Insurance Company Manager|
|Hadh Kar Di Aapne||Khanna's employee|
|2001||Lajja (2001 film)||Damodar|
|Aamdani Atthanni Kharcha Rupaiya|
|2002||Hum Kisise Kum Nahin||Pandit|
|Hathyar: Face to Face with Reality||Chaudhary|
|Hum Pyar Tumhi Se Kar Baithe||Shopkeeper in Mount Abu|
|2003||Talaash: The Hunt Begins...||Popatbhai||Train Passenger|
|Ek Aur Ek Gyarah||Doctor|
|2005||Insan||Real Estate Agent|
|Khullam Khulla Pyaar Karen||Ratilal|
|Pehchaan: The Face of Truth||Mamaji|
|Viruddh... Family Comes First'||Politician|
|Garam Masala||Mac & Sam's boss|
|2006||Family - Ties of Blood|
|Money Hai Toh Honey Hai||Jaiswal's Doctor|
|2009||Dhoondte Reh Jaaoge||Financer|
|Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani||Robert|
|2010||Atithi Tum Kab Jaoge||Himself|
|Golmaal 3||Shambu Kaka|
|2017||Jeeney Bhi Do Yaaron (JBDY) (Web Series)||Ganpat Sharma (Dadaji)|
|2018||Jaane Kyun De Yaaron||Biju Khote|
|1977||Badla (1977 film)||Chaman|
|Aaitya Bilavar Nagoba||Police Inspector Waghmare|
|1982||Bhujang||Ramshastri Prabhune||Lunch Home (Hotel) Owner|
|1983||Devta (1983 film)||Daku Baldev|
|1987||Gammat Jammat||Ganu Pahelwan|
|Ashi Hi Banwa Banwi||Bali|
|1989||Bhutacha Bhau||Indrasen Angre|
|Ina Mina Dika||J.D.Shahane||Manager At Transport Company|
|1991||Aayatya Gharat Gharoba||Gopal Rao Kirtikar|
|2005||Ek Unaad Divas||Mohanlal|
|2010||Ladi Godi||Police Inspector|
|2011||One Room Kitchen||Joshi|
|1993-1997||Zabaan Sambhalke||Vitthal Bapurao Pote|
|1997||Ghar Jamai||Muthuswamy||Guest Role Episode 18|
|1998||Family No.1||Aditya Kapoor||Guest|
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