Yunus Parvez Khan
|Died|| (aged 75)|
|Years active||1963 – 2005|
|Children||Arshad Khan, Farhana khan|
Yunus Parvez (c.1931 – 11 February 2007) was an Indian film actor who played supporting roles in over 200 films from the late 1960s to the 2000s. He is best known for his roles in films like Garm Hava (1974), Deewaar (1975), Trishul (1978), Gol Maal (1979) and Mr. India (1987). His last film role was in Shaad Ali's hit film Bunty Aur Babli (2005).
He died on 11 February 2007 at the age of 75 at his home on Mira Road, Mumbai. He was survived by his wife who reside in Mumbai, Maharashtra and two children. He had been suffering from acute diabetes and was to be taken to a specialty hospital for treatment on the same day he died, according to his family.
|1963||Kan Kan Men Bhagwan||Maharaja||as Yunus Parwaiz|
|1965||Saheli||Bela's Co-worker||Uncredited role|
|1966||Pinjre Ke Panchhi||Yaseen's boss|
|1968||Haseena Maan Jayegi||Laali's Father|
|1968||Bambai Raat Ki Bahon Mein||Chaiwala|
|1971||Pyar Ki Kahani||Gulabi Chand|
|1973||Kahani Kismat Ki||Chanda's Father|
|1975||Deewaar||Rahim Chacha (Dockyard)|
|Khel Khel Mein||Charlie||Hotel Bar Tender|
|1977||Farishta Ya Qatil||Minister,M.P|
|Yaaron Ka Yaar||Moneylender|
|1978||Trishul||Bhandari||Employee at Sanjeev Kumar's company|
|1979||Gol Maal||Bade Baabu|
|Mr. Natwarlal||Seth Fakirchand|
|1980||Do Aur Do Paanch||School Music Teacher|
|Aasha||Yunus Bhai||Yunus Transport Agency|
|The Burning Train||Maulana||Train Passenger|
|Maang Bharo Sajana||Khan Saaheb|
|Insaaf Ka Tarazu||Weapons Trader|
|Shaan||Hotel PalliHills Manager|
|Lawaris||Mukadam (The Supervisor)|
|Hum Se Badkar Kaun||Rekha Dad|
|Ek Hi Bhool||Lallulal|
|Dard Ka Rishta||John||Hospital Ward Attendant|
|Angoor||Mansoor Miyan||Jeweller Chedilal's assistant|
|Dharam Kanta||Customer at Brothel||Guest role|
|1983||Avtaar||Ramdulare||Pan Shop Seller|
|Mazdoor||Yunus Bhai||Mill Worker|
|1984||Lorie||Adopatation Agency Head|
|All Rounder||Cricket board Chairman|
|Hum Hain Lajawaab||Thamani Seth|
|Kasam Paida Karne Wale Ki||Bansilal|
|1985||Zamana||Train Passenger||Uncredited Role|
|Bahu Ki Awaaz||Murli|
|Aag Aur Shola||Groom at Marriage|
|Aap Ke Saath||Mr Dhingra||General Manager|
|Kala Dhanda Goray Log||Chaman|
|Ghar Sansar||Kishenlal||Potential in Laws|
|1987||Pyar Ki Jeet||Prosceuting Attorney|
|Dance Dance||Film Producer||Uncredted/Guest Role|
|Deewana Tere Naam Ka||Munim|
|Himmat Aur Mehanat||Mr Kalra|
|1988||Mera Muqaddar||Mishra, Munim|
|Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak||Truck Driver||Gives lift to Aamir and Juhi|
|Waqt Ki Awaz||Public Prosecutor|
|Woh Phir Aayegi||Gopal||Hostel Peon|
|Aag Ke Sholay||Baakelal/Lalaji|
|Mar Mitenge||Groom in Marriage|
|1989||Pyar Ke Naam Qurbaan||Defence Lawyer|
|Kahan Hai Kanoon||Dancer's Secretary|
|Farz Ki Jung||Pandey|
|Ilaaka||Member Of Parliament|
|Billoo Badshah||Rickshaw Owner|
|Jaisi Karni Waisi Bharni||Phoolchand|
|Gharana||Sinha||Potiential In Laws|
|Tridev||Yunus Parvez as Film Director|
|Sindoor Aur Bandook||Lalaji|
|Aag Ka Gola||Rehmat Miya||Garage Owner|
|1990||Baap Numbri Beta Dus Numbri||Seth Bhogadmal|
|Majboor||Bhakti Prasad||Bar Owner|
|Mera Pati Sirf Mera Hai||Lawyer,Public Prosecutor|
|Jeevan Ek Sanghursh||Khushiram||Shop Owner|
|Aaj Ke Shahenshah|
|1991||Pyar Ka Devta||Seth Dhanwaan||Potiential in Laws|
|Farishtay||Foreign Terrorist Black Tower Group||Cameo Role|
|Ajooba||Bandit, Kidnapper who kidnaps Ruksana||Spl Appearance|
|Benaam Badsha||Munshi of Jaikaal|
|Yeh Aag Kab Bujhegi||Father of Groom Demanding Dowry|
|Pyar Hua Chori Chori||Shakura, Tribal Leader|
|Pratigyabadh||Lala Kedarnath||Truck Owner|
|Saajan||Book Publisher||Qasam Shayeri ki|
|Vansh||Inspector Sher Bahadur|
|Sanam Aap Ki Khatir|
|Bol Radha Bol||Bijlee's Father|
|Dil Hi To Hai||Rahmat Miya||Gold inventor|
|Apradhi (1992 film)||Banwari Seth||Landlord,House Owner|
|Khule-Aam||Bhakridi Miyan||Sweets Store Owner (Uncredited)|
|Insaniyat Ke Devta||Sukhiram|
|Aankhen||Seth Sukhiram||Jewellery Owner|
|Hum Hain Kamaal Ke||Doctor|
|Aadmi'||Saxena||Advocate Saxena, Rekha's Father|
|1994||Raja Babu||Lala Sukhiram||Moneylender|
|Mohra||Siddiqui||Editor at Jindal's News Paper|
|Eena Meena Deeka||Hotel Owner|
|Mr. Azaad||Village Zamindar|
|1995||Ab Insaf Hoga||Bashir Khan|
|Jawab (1995 film)|
|Kismat||Seth Zhunzhunwala||Jewellery Owner|
|Akele Hum Akele Tum||Mehra||Restaurant Disco Bar/ Hotel Owner|
|Sanam Harjai||Doctor Khanna|
|1996||Apne Dam Par||Rahim Chacha|
|Raja Ki Aayegi Baraat||Judge|
|Kaun Rokega Mujhe||Munim|
|1998||Hafta Vasuli||Nasir Hashmi|
|Jaane Jigar||Seth Babu Singh|
|Ansh: The Deadly Part||Minister Yadav|
|2003||Dil Pardesi Ho Gayaa||Ramzan Khan|
|2005||Bunty Aur Babli||Hotel Owner|
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