Krishan Dhawan

Krishan Dhawan was an Indian character actor in Hindi language films.[1]

Krishan Dhawan
Born
Krishan Dhawan
Other namesKishan Dhavan, Krishan Dhavan, Kishan Dhawan, Kishen Dhawan, Krishanan Dhawan, Krishen Dhawan, Krishin Dhawan, Krishna Dhawan
OccupationActor
ChildrenDilip Dhawan

CareerEdit

Krishan Dhawan was an actor, known for Vidhaata (1982),[2] Mujhe Jeene Do (1963) and Roti Kapada Aur Makaan (1974).

Personal lifeEdit

He is the father of actor Dilip Dhawan who acted in the iconic television serial "Nukkad" portraying the role of the mechanic "Guru". [3]

FilmographyEdit

Year Film Character/Role
 1950 Afsar
 1951 Baazi[4] Ramesh
 1954 Taxi Driver Crooked gambler
 1955 Milap Mohan Dayal (as Krishin Dhawan)
 1955 Dev Anand in Goa (Alias Farar) Police Inspector - Goa
 1956 Jagte Raho Chinnu
 1956 Funtoosh
 1957 Nau Do Gyarah [5] Kuldeep
 1957 Arpan (as Krishan Dhawan)
 1957 Anjali
 1958 Kala Pani Jumman
 1960 Manzil Captain Prem Nath
 1960 Kala Bazar Sapna's Boyfriend (as Krishna Dhawan)
 1960 Ek Phool Char Kaante Shyam Dhawan
 1961 Maya Deepak (as Krishen Dhawan)
 1961 Kanch Ki Gudiya Amar
 1961 Chhaya Shyam Lal
 1962 Sahib Bibi Aur Ghulam Master Babu (as Kishen Dhawan)
 1963 Phir Wohi Dil Laya Hoon Mr. Kapoor
 1963 Mujhe Jeene Do School-teacher
 1965 Shaheed Sardar Ajit Singh
 1965 Janwar Mr. Srivastava (as Krishna Dhawan)
 1965 Guide [6] Inspector Girdhari
 1965 Chhoti Chhoti Baatein Advocate Girish Lal
 1966 Teesri Kasam Lalmohar
 1967 Upkar Ramu
1967 Parivaar Diwanchand Rai
 1968/I Brahmachari Sheetal's Uncle (Mamaji)
 1968 Jhuk Gaya Aasman Ramdas
 1968 Parivar Diwanchand
 1969 Vishwas Prem
 1969 Pyar Hi Pyar Kewal Mehra
 1970 Sawan Bhadon Darbarilal
 1970 Tum Haseen Main Jawan Barrister Avinash
 1970 Purab Aur Pachhim Om - Bharat's dad
 1970 Jeevan Mrityu Ramakant
 1971 Sansar Dayal
 1971 Jawan Muhabat Constable
 1971 Ek Nari Ek Brahmachari (as Kishen Dhawan)
 1972 Aankhon Aankhon Mein Mamaji (Uncle)
 1972 Jangal Mein Mangal Officer Ratanlal (as Krishna Dhawan)
 1972 Yaar Mera Police Inspector
 1972 Wafaa Shanti's Father
 1972 Shor Shanker's father
 1973 Zanjeer Smuggler - Teja's man (as Dhawan)
 1973 Nafrat
 1973 Jalte Badan (as Kishan Dhavan)
 1974 Call Girl
 1974 Roti Kapada Aur Makaan Bharat's Father
 1974 Woh Main Nahin Shaikh Mansoor
 1974 Vada Tera Vada Preeti's father
 1974 Insaaniyat Ramu
 1975 Andhera Jugal
 1975 Dharmatma Kishanlal - Anu's dad
 1975 Umar Qaid
 1976 Kalicharan Avtaar Seth
 1976 Maha Chor Diwanji
1977 Shirdi Ke Sai Baba Chaand
 1977 Amaanat Mohan's Father
 1977 Zamaanat John uncle
 1977 Tinku Adhikari
 1977 Chor Sipahee Priya's dad
 1977 Agar... If Ashok Saxena / Bhandar
 1978 Darwaza Rachna's Father
 1978 Bhookh Beena's dad
 1978 Chowki No.11
 1978 Aahuti
 1979 Shikshaa Kundan
 1979 Gautam Govinda Lala
 1979 Suhaag
 1980 Zakhmon Ke Nishan
 1981 Bulundi Bhanu Khatri
 1981 Krodhi
 1981 Dard (Conflict of Emotions)
 1981 Poonam Raghu - Chander's & Sudha's father
 1982 Dial 100 Inspector Dalvi
 1982 Ghazab Munimji (Jamuna's Uncle)
 1982 Dil... Akhir Dil Hai Suraj Prakash (as Kishan Dhawan)
 1982 Jawalaa Dahej Ki (as Krishna Dhawan)
 1982 Vidhaata Ganpat
 1983 Coolie Maula Saab
 1983 Kalaakaar Sheela's dad
 1984 Wanted: Dead or Alive
 1984 Zindagi Jeene Ke Liye (as Krishan Dhavan)
 1985 Ram Teri Ganga Maili Manilal
 1985 Surkhiyaan (The Headlines) Archarya
 1986 Pyaar Ke Do Pal Geeta's dad
 1986 Avinash Police Commissioner Bhagat
 1987 Yaatna Chetna's father
 1988 7 Bijliyaan Masterji
 1988 Aakhri Adaalat
 1989 Guru Uma's & Roma's dad (uncredited)
 1989 Oonch Neech Beech Gupta (as Krishanan Dhawan)
 1989 Tujhe Nahin Chhodunga
 1989 Indira Hazarilal
 1990 Paap Ki Kamaee
 1991 Farishtay Uncle 'Kaka' (as Kishan Dhawan)
 1991 Khoon Ka Karz College Principal
 1991 Hai Meri Jaan
 1992 Jungle Ka Beta
 1992 Nishchaiy Bal Gopal
 1992 Apradhi Chander's foster father
 1992 Lambu Dada Lambu's victim's father
 1993 Ishq Aur Inteqaam
 1993 Sadhna Sadhna's dad
 1996 Muthi Bhar Zameen Mr. Khanna
 1997 Aakhri Sanghursh Kajal's Father

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Krishan Dhawan". British Film Institute. British Film Institute. Retrieved 8 August 2020.
  2. ^ BollySwar: 1981 - 1990. Mavrix Infotech Private Limited. 14 April 2020. ISBN 9788193848227. Retrieved 8 August 2020.
  3. ^ Take-2: 50 Films That Deserve a New Audience. Hay House, Inc. 1 October 2015. ISBN 9789384544850. Retrieved 8 August 2020.
  4. ^ Houseful The Golden Years of Hindi Cinema. Om Books International, 2012. 2012. ISBN 9789380070254. Retrieved 8 August 2020.
  5. ^ Encyclopedia of Indian Cinema. Routledge; 2 edition. 10 July 2014. ISBN 9781135943189. Retrieved 8 August 2020.
  6. ^ Screen World, 1966. Biblo & Tannen Publishers, 1966. June 1966. p. 112. ISBN 9780819603074. Retrieved 8 August 2020.

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