Satish Shah Unknown Facts: When it comes to the selected stars of the comedy world, it is bound to include the name of Satish Shah. Born on 25 June 1951 in Mandvi village of Kutch district in Gujarat (at that time Bombay State), Satish Shah is not dependent on any identity. He knows the skill of winning the hearts of people with his comedy. In the birthday special, we are introducing you to a few pages of his life.
Record was made by playing 55 characters in a serial
Satish Shah, who started his cinematic career with the film Bhagwan Parshuram in the year 1970, is known for living every character with passion. He worked in many films and TV serials. Some of these shows were so spectacular that people still remember them. You will be surprised to know that Satish Kaushik played 55 characters in a single serial, which is still a record. Actually, after the 1982 Asian Games, the world of TV became colourful. During that time director Kundan Shah made the serial Yeh Jo Hai Zindagi, in which Satish Shah played 55 characters in a year.
Made people laugh even after being a ‘corpse’
Those fond of comedy films can never forget the movie Jaane Bhi Do Yaaron. In this film made under the direction of Kundan Shah, Satish Shah played the role of Officer D’Mello, who dies after a few scenes. However, his corpse plays an important role in the entire film. In this film, Satish Shah killed himself by playing the role of a dead man. Actually, he played his character so easily without any expression that he became an example.
Satish Shah’s career was like this
Please tell that Satish Shah worked in about 250 films in his acting career. Indravadan of Sarabhai vs Sarabhai is also included in his iconic characters. This character became so famous that fans started calling him by the name of Indravadan even in real life. Apart from this, he also appeared in Doordarshan’s programs All the Best and Nehle Pe Dehla. Please tell that Satish has shown the magic of his performance in many films including Main Hoon Na, Kal Ho Na Ho, Fanaa, Om Shanti Om and Hum Aapke Hain Koun.
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