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  • KISHORE SAHU

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     1'''KISHORE SAHU (1915·80)''' 
     2 
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     4Hindi actor, writer, director and producer born 
     5in Durg, MP. Son of the Raja of Raigarh's chief 
     6mirrister. Degree in literature from the 
     7University of Nagpur 0937). Wrote many short 
     8stories. Started as actor in Bombay Talkies 
     9playing a Barua-like inellectuallover opposite 
     10Devika Rani in]eevau Prabhat. Prominent 
     11early instance of a total author: an actordirector 
     12oF mid-budget socials usually scripted 
     13by and starring himself. Films often claimed 
     14classic European sources (e.g. Olivier's Hamlet, 
     151948). Started Kishore Sahu Prod. (1940) and 
     16Hindustan Chitra 0944). Part of late 40s 
     17Filmistan stable. Wrote Imaan (1944) and 
     18Apnapan (1977); wrote dialogues for Vasan's 
     19Aural 0967) and Teen Bahuraniyan (1968). 
     20Villainous figure in several Dev Anand films 
     21e.g. Kala Paui, Guide, Hare Rama Hare 
     22Krishua. 
     23 
     24 
     25'''FILMOGRAPHY''' (*also d/** only d): 1937: 
     26Jeevan Prabhat; 1940: Bahurani; Punar 
     27Milan; 1942: Kuuwara Baap*; 194:3: Raja**; 
     281944: Shararat*; Jnsaan; 1945: Veer Kzmal"; 
     291947: Saajan**; SindoOI'"; 1948: Nadiya Ke 
     30Pam**; 1949: Sauwz Aya Re*; Namuna; 
     31Rimjhim; 19~1: Buzdil; Kali Ghata*; 1952: 
     32Zalzala; Hamari Durziya; Sapna; 1954: 
     33Hamlet*; Mayurpankb*; 1956: Kismet Ka 
     34Khel"*; 1957: Bade Sarkar*; 1958: Kala Pa11i; 
     351960: Kala Bazaar; Lom in Simla; Dil Apna 
     36Aur Preet Parayz**; 1963: Grihasthz**; Ghar 
     37Basake Dekho**; 1965: Poonam Ki Raat**; 
     38Guide; 1967: Hare Kaarzch Ki Chudiyan**; 
     391969: Beti; 1970: Pushpanjalz*; 1971: Gambler, 
     40Hare Rama Hare Krishua; 1974: Dhuen Ki 
     41Lakeer**.