Sant Gyaneshwar 1982

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Born1946 (age 73–74)
Himachal Pradesh, India
NationalityIndia
Alma materIndian Film and Television Institute
OccupationActor

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Rakesh Pandey (born 1946) is an Indianactor in Hindi and Bhojpuri movies. He played roles in several TV serials such as Dadaji (Grandfather) of Chotti Bahu and Ramesh Shrivastav of Dehleez. He is an alumnus of the Indian Film and Television Institute, Pune.[1]

He matriculated from the erstwhile Shamsher High School Nahan in 1961- the alma mater of Himachal Nirmata Dr Yashwant Singh Parmar.His elder brother Dr Ramesh Pandey has studied in Delhi college of Economics living in Shimla a retired life with his illustrious wife Mrs ILA Pandey who is well known exponent of Indian Classical Music and dance teacher of her time.He belongs to NahanHimachal Pradesh. In 1966 after he left the Indian Film and Television Institute, he joined the IPTA. He is also a graduate of the Bhartendu Academy of Dramatic Arts. His film debut was in 1969 in Sara Akash, which was based on the novel by Rajendra Yadav, and directed by Basu Chatterjee and was awarded President Award. As a Bhojpuri actor,[2][3] he received the fourth Bhojpuri Film Award for Lifetime Achievement. He also acted in first Bhojpuri TV serial Sanchi Piritia.[4]

Filmography[edit]

  1. 1981 1982 1983: Movie Summary: Blockbuster Movies: Blockbuster Movies 2. Sant Gyaneshwar (1964) Bharat Vyas: Video of the song from youtube: Advertisements.
  2. The cast of Sant Gyaneshwar - 1982 includes: Kanan Kaushal Mahesh Kothare Dev Kumar Rakesh Pandey Madan Puri Usha Solanki.
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  • Malik Ek (2010) as Collector Sahib
  • Staying Alive (2007) as Pandey
  • Indian (2001)... Raw Chief
  • Dil Chahta Hai (2001)
  • Hasina Dacait (2001)
  • Champion (2000) as Mukhtar Ahmed
  • Brij Kau Birju (1999) Brajbhasha dialect
  • Sar Kati Laash (1999)
  • Bhishma (1996)
  • Taqdeerwala (1995) as Suraj's dad
  • Beta Ho To Aisa (1994)
  • Gopalaa (1994)
  • Santaan (1994) Defence Lawyer
  • The Melody of Love (1993)
  • Adharm (1992) as Bharat Verma
  • Mehboob Mere Mehboob (1992) as Ranjha's brother
  • Eeshwar (1989)
  • Chintamani Surdas (1988)
  • Jawani Ki Lahren (1988)
  • 108 Teerthyatra (1987) as Rajkumar Uttam Kumar
  • Zevar (1987) as Gagan
  • Yudh (1985) as Rahim
  • Bhaiya Dooj (1984) as Mohan
  • Chandani Bani Chudel (1984)
  • Maya Bazaar (1984/II) as Shri Krishna
  • Apradhi Kaun? (1982)
  • Sant Gyaneshwar (1982)
  • Mahabali Hanuman (1981) as Shri Ram
  • Nai Imarat (1981)
  • Abdullah (1980) as Yashoda's husband
  • Gori Dian Jhanjran (1980) as Choudhary
  • Manzil (1979) as Prakash Mariwalla
  • Balam Pardesia (1979)
  • Mera Rakshak (1978) as Mangal
  • Darwaza (1978)
  • Toote Khilone (1978)
  • Yehi Hai Zindagi (1977)
  • Zindagi (1976) as Ramesh R. Shukla
  • Aarambh (1976)
  • Jeevan Jyoti (1976) as Harbhans
  • Andolan (1975)
  • Apne Dushman (1975) as Singh
  • Himalay Se Ooncha (1975) as Captain George
  • Mutthi Bhar Chawal (1975)
  • Zindagi Aur Toofan (1975)
  • Do Chattane (1974) as Ramzan
  • Shatranj Ke Mohre (1974)
  • Shikwa (1974)
  • Ujala Hi Ujala (1974) as Ajit
  • Woh Main Nahin (1974)
  • Dil Ki Rahen (1973)
  • Haathi Ke Daant (1973)
  • Intezaar (1973)
  • Kunwara Badan (1973)
  • Amar Prem (1972) as Anand Babu's Brother-in-law
  • Anokha Daan (1972)
  • Man Jaiye (1972) as Ajay Sharma
  • Rakhwala (1971) (as Rakesh Panday) as Suresh
  • Do Raha (1971)
  • Sara Akash (1969) (as Rakesh) as Samar Thakur
TV Serials
  • Jaat Ki Jugni (2017) as Khazan Singh Dahiya
  • Dehleez (2009)
  • Chotti Bahu (2008)
  • Aek Chabhi Hai Padoss Mein (2006)
  • Pyaar Ke Do Naam: Ek Raadha, Ek Shyaam (2006) TV series as Brijkishore - Raadha's father
  • Devi (2003) TV series
  • Shaktimaan (2002) as Pandit Vidhadhar Shastri - Shatimaan's adoptive father
  • Kahkashaan (1992) as Majaz Lucknowi - Urdu poet
  • Saans (1999) TV mini-series
  • Aakhri Chaal (1985) (TV)

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References[edit]

Sant Gyaneshwar (1982)

  1. ^'FTII-Film and Television Institute of India, Pune'. Virtualpune.com. Retrieved 20 August 2012.
  2. ^'Rakesh Pandey Page at Bhojpuri Online | Bhojpuri Video Songs | Bhojpuri Songs | Bhojpuri Music | Bhojpuri Movie News | Bhojpuri Movie Wall Papers'. Bhojpurionline.com. Retrieved 20 August 2012.
  3. ^'Filmi Halchal : News from Bhojpuri Film Industry'. Anjoria.com. Retrieved 20 August 2012.
  4. ^'Manoj Bhawuk :: राकेश पाण्डेय से मनोज भावुक के बात-चीत :: Bhojaptara Devanagari :: Bhojpuri Literature Online in Devanagari'. Bhojpatra.net. Retrieved 20 August 2012.

External links[edit]

Sant Dnyaneshwar 1982 Pictures

  • Rakesh Pandey on IMDb

Sant Gyaneshwar 1964 Full Movie

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Sant Gyaneshwar 1982
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hum na rahe aashish humari
sang tumhare sada rahe
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palkon mein aansu chhaye par
aankhon se aansu naa bahe
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phoolon jaise phoolo phalo tum mere ladlo
poonam ke chanda se chamko mere ladlo
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