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For the cricketer, see Satish Kaul (cricketer).
Satish Kaul
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Satish Kaul
Born (1954-09-08) September 8, 1954 (age 60)
Kashmir, India
Occupation Actor, Producer,
Religion Hindu

Satish Kaul (born 8 September 1954) a Kashmiri by birth[1] is a veteran actor in both Punjabi and Hindi movies. He has acted in over 300 Hindi and Punjabi films and has worked with bollywood actors like Dev Anand, Dilip Kumar, Shahrukh Khan amongst others. His notable film roles include ones in Sassi Punnu, Ishq Nimana, Suhag Chooda and Patola.[2]

Satish Kaul won the ‘lifetime achievement’ award for his contribution to Punjabi cinema at PTC Punjabi Film Awards 2011.[3] Satish Kaul is regarded as one of the most successful regional film actors of all time. Some people still refer him as the ‘Amitabh Bachchan of Punjabi cinema’.

Filmography[edit]

Hindi[edit]

  • Pyaar To Hona Hi Tha (1998)
  • Aunty No. 1 (1998)
  • Zanjeer (1998)
  • Yaraana (1995) .... Inspector
  • Janam Kundli (1995) .... Rajiv Sodhi
  • Inteqam Ke Sholay (1995)
  • Elaan (1994) .... Vikas Chaudhry
  • Pyar Hua Chori Chori (1992) .... Jailor
  • Khel (1991) .... Vinod Mishra
  • Bandh Darwaza (1990)
  • Ram Lakhan (1989)
  • Paanch Fauladi (1988)
  • Janam Janam (1988) .... Prakash
  • Kabrastan (1988) .... Inspector
  • Commando (1988) .... Satish - Chander's dad
  • Hatya (1988) .... Mohan
  • Pyar Ka Mandir (1988) .... Satish
  • Mardon Wali Baat (1988) .... Inspector Deepak
  • Khooni Mahal (1987)
  • Dance Dance (1987) .... Shyam
  • Aag Hi Aag (1987) .... Birju
  • Inaam Dus Hazaar (1987) .... Vikram Malhotra
  • Karma (1986) .... Sunil
  • Ilzaam (1986) .... Rahim Khan
  • Anokha Modh (1985) .... Mr. Ashok
  • Shiva Ka Insaaf (1985) .... Prakashnath
  • Sheetla Mata (1981) .... Sarju
  • Bhakti Mein Shakti (1978) .... Satish
  • Harfan Maula (1976) .... Mahesh
  • Kasam (1976)
  • Warrant (1975) .... Dinesh
  • Mere Sartaj (1975) .... Javed Ahmed Gulrez
  • Ang Se Ang Lagaley (1974)
  • Dawat (1974)
  • Faslah (1974) .... Satish - Gautam's friend

Punjabi[edit]

  • Fer Mamla Gadbad Gadbad (2013)
  • Saunh Menu Punjab Di (1991)
  • Sheran De Putt Sher (1990)
  • Jag Wala Mela (1988)
  • Suhag Chooda (1988)
  • Dhee Rani (1988)
  • Maula Jatt (1988)
  • Patola (1987) .... Amar
  • Yaar Gareeban Da (1986)
  • Peengan Pyar Deeyan (1986)
  • Babul Da Vehra (1985)
  • Guddo (1985)
  • Jeeja Sali (1985)
  • Kunwara Jeeja (1985)
  • Munda Naram Te Kudi Garam (1985)
  • Maanwaan Thandian Chaanwan (1984)
  • Veera (1984)
  • Sassi Punnu (1983)
  • Bhulekha (1983)
  • Bagga Daku (1983) .... Bagga Daku
  • Jai Mata Chintpurni (1983)
  • Vohti Hath Soti (1983)
  • Angerjjan (1982)
  • Chhammak Chhallo (1982)
  • Jatt Da Gandasa (1982)
  • Yaar Yaaran De (1982)
  • Rano (1982)
  • Do Posti (1981) (guest appearance)
  • Lachhi (1981)
  • Josh Jawani Da (1981)
  • Jai Baba Balak Nath (1981)
  • Ishq Nimana (1980) .... Jeeta
  • Gori Diyan Jhanjran (1980)
  • Jatt Punjabi (1979)
  • Mutiyaar (1979)
  • Dera Aashiqan Da (1979)

TV Series[edit]

  • Vikram Aur Betaal
   - The Realization of Prince Anandsen (1988) ... Yuvraj Anandsen
   - The Love Story of Four Princes (1988) ... Prince Ajay
   - Love Is Eternal (1988) ... Madhusudan
   - Whom Will the Princess Marry? (1988) ... The Vaid
   - The Husband, the Thief, and the Lover (1988) ... The Lover
   - King Chandrasen and His Servant Satvasheel (1988) ... Satvasheel
   - Three Suitors and Somprabha (1988) ... Shilpi
   - The Story of Padmavati and Prince Vajramukti (1988) ... Prince Vajramukti
   - Love Story of King Yashodhan (1988) ... Senapati
   - King Vikramaditya and the Yogi/Suryamal and His Bride's Dilemma (1988) ... Suryamal

Awards[edit]

  • Lifetime achievement award at PTC Punjabi Film Awards 2011

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bhagria, Anupam (13 February 2011). "GGNIMT to get city's first Acting School". IndianExpress. Retrieved 19 August 2012. 
  2. ^ "Satish Kaul". Punjab Newsline. Retrieved 19 August 2012. 
  3. ^ Punjab, Cine (December 2012). "PTC Punjabi Film Awards 2011". Cine Punjab. Retrieved 13 July 2014. 

External links[edit]


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