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|Desc||Hindi and Marathi film actor Dr. Sreeram Lagoo (left) with politician Chagan Bhujbal at the Dada Saheb Phalke Academy Awards, 2010|
|Usage||Creative Commons Attribution 3.0|
Shriram Lagoo is ...
|Born||16 November 1927 in Satara district|
|Died||17 December 2019 in Pune|
|Age||92 years, 1 months|
|Sex or gender||male|
|Country of citizenship||British Raj, India and Dominion of India|
|Occupation||stage actor, theatre director and film actor|
|Awards||Padma Shri in arts, Fellow of the of the Sangeet Natak Akademi and Kalidas Samman|
|Educated at||Savitribai Phule Pune University|
About Shriram Lagoo
Shriram Lagoo was a legendary Indian actor who left an indelible mark on the Indian film industry. Born on November 16, 1927, in Satara, Maharashtra, Lagoo was a trained ENT surgeon before he decided to pursue his passion for acting.
Lagoo's acting career spanned over five decades, during which he appeared in over 250 films in Hindi and Marathi languages. He was known for his versatile performances and his ability to portray complex characters with ease. Lagoo was also a prolific theatre actor and director, and his contribution to Marathi theatre is considered invaluable.
Some of Lagoo's most memorable performances include his portrayal of the villainous Shakaal in the 1980 film "Shaan," and his role as the strict father in the 1988 film "Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak." He also received critical acclaim for his performances in Marathi films such as "Pinjra" and "Natsamrat."
Apart from his acting career, Lagoo was also a social activist and a rationalist. He was associated with the progressive movement in Maharashtra and was a vocal critic of religious fundamentalism.
Lagoo passed away on December 17, 2019, at the age of 92. His death was mourned by the Indian film industry, and many actors and filmmakers paid tribute to his legacy.
In conclusion, Shriram Lagoo was a multifaceted personality who made significant contributions to Indian cinema and theatre. His legacy continues to inspire generations of actors and filmmakers, and his work will always be remembered as a testament to his talent and dedication.
1. "Shriram Lagoo: The actor who was also a rationalist and social activist." The Indian Express, December 18, 2019.
2. "Shriram Lagoo: The man who gave Marathi theatre its modern edge." The Hindu, December 18, 2019.
3. "Shriram Lagoo, veteran actor and rationalist, dies at 92." Hindustan Times, December 17, 2019.
Films - which cast members have died?
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1972 film by V. Shantaram
1979 film by Gulzar
Zara Si Zindagi
1983 film by K. Balachander
1974 film by Jabbar Patel
1980 film by Anil Ganguly
1985 film by Amol Palekar
Insaaf Ka Tarazu
1980 film by Baldev Raj Chopra
Do Aur Do Paanch
1980 film by Rakesh Kumar
1978 film by Raj N. Sippy
Main Intequam Loonga
Kala Dhanda Goray Log
1986 film by Sanjay Khan
1985 film by Dev Anand
1983 film by Kovelamudi Bapayya
1976 Hindi film
1982 film by Kasinathuni Viswanath
Charnon Ki Saugandh
1988 film by Kovelamudi Bapayya
1979 film by Deepak Bahry
Plot No. 5
1981 Hindi film
1981 film by Brij Sadanah
1979 film by Jabbar Patel
Aurat Aurat Aurat
1996 film by Kasinathuni Viswanath
Arvind Desai Ki Ajeeb Dastaan
1976 film by Saeed Akhtar Mirza
Mard Ki Zabaan
1987 Hindi film
1985 Hindi film
One Room Kitchen
Indian Marathi family-drama movie directed by Mahesh Tillekar
1991 Marathi movie directed by N.S. Vaidya
1987 Hindi film
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