Arun Bakshi

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Arun Bakshi
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Born
OccupationActor
Years active1981–present

Arun Bakshi is an Indian film and television actor and also a singer. He has acted as a character actor[1] in over 100 Hindi films, and as a playback singer has also sung 298 songs.[2] He has also worked in Punjabi[3] and Bhojpuri cinema.[2] He also played the role of Mahant Dashrath Tripathi in Colors's Ishq Ka Rang Safed.

Biography[edit | edit source]

He was born and brought up in Ludhiana, Punjab, where he graduated from Arya College, Ludhiana. He worked with the Punjab Agricultural University for a while, before moving to Mumbai, to start his acting career in 1981, first in television and later films.[2]

Arun Bakshi is well known for performances in BR Chopra's Mahabharat as Dhristadyumna, Guru, Kuch To Gadbad Hai and Masoom.

Filmography[edit | edit source]

Year Film Role Other notes
1981 Chakra Police Inspector
1981 Sazaye Maut
1982 Nikaah Wedding Guest (uncredited)
1983 Qayamat Police Inspector
1983 Mazdoor Mill worker
1983 Zara Si Zindagi Arun
1984 Saaransh Gajanan Chitre's Goon
1984 Aaj Ki Awaz Inspector Veerkar
1984 Gangvaa Groom at Marriage
1984 Kanoon Kya Karega
1985 Surkhiyaan Night Queen Guest House's Manager
1985 Nasoor Dr. Babubhai
1985 Tawaif Zafar
1986 Begaana Vijaya Bank Branch Manager
1986 Duty
1987 Awam (film) Air Chief Marshal Vasudevan
1988 Tamacha Advocate Mulchandani (uncredited)
1989 Daata Jailor Sharma
1989 Guru Inspector Arun
1989 Ilaaka Baban
1989 Elaan-E-Jung Indian Soldier
1989 Main Azaad Hoon Protester
1989 Ghar Ka Chiraag Murli Kaka
1990 Baaghi: A Rebel for Love Mahesh
1990 Swarg Director
1991 Fateh Tau
1991 Vishnu-Devaa Ram Prasad
1991 Patthar Ke Phool Police Commissioner
1991 Henna Costable Nawabdin
1991 Ranbhoomi Hotel Owner
1991 Trinetra
1992 Anaam Dr. Harry Thomas
1992 Apradhi Police Inspector
1992 Balwaan Police Inspector Tanya Palok
1992 Chamatkar Umpire
1992 Bol Radha Bol Banarasi Chacha
1992 Paayal Paayal's Father
1992 Dil Ka Kya Kasoor Verma, Editor (as Arun Bhakshi)
1993 Shatranj Arun
1993 Parwane Ex-Police Inspector (as Aroon Bakshi)
1993 15th August Police Inspector Gyansingh Devdaa
1993 Police Wala Drunk in train
1993 Rang Lecturer
1993 Waqt Hamara Hai Munim (Sunil's Uncle)
1993 Platform Batli – Beggar with Harmonium
1993 Roop Ki Rani Choron Ka Raja Mr. Katik Lal
1993 Game Vikram's dad
1993 Antim Nyay Arjun Baksh
1993 Raunaq
1993 Phir Teri Kahani Yaad Aayee Singer in song "Dil Ro Ro Ke"
1993 Aankhen Man who saved Bunnu (uncredited)
1994 Zaalim Dr. Vikram
1994 Jai Kishen Police Inspector
1994 Laadla Mehtu
1994 Raja Babu Chandra Mohan (uncredited)
1994 Gopi Kishan Coruupt Minister Rautullah Himayati
1994 Dhuan Hi Dhuan
1994 Khudai Jagjit
1994 Eena Meena Deeka Batli – Beggar with Harmonium
1994 Hum Hain Bemisaal
1995 Gande Log
1995 God and Gun
1995 Surakshaa Laxman Singh
1995 Imtihaan
1996 Diljale Laaley
1996 Mafia John T. Dalla
1996 Saajan Chale Sasural Madhav
1996 Vijeta Trade Union Leader (uncredited)
1996 Hind Ki Beti
1996 Masoom
1996 Himmatvar (as Arun Baxi)
1996 Rakshak Advocate
1996 Bhishma Inspector Jagawar
1996 Army Police Inspector Bakshi (as Aroon Bakshi)
1997 Krishna Arjun Inspector Chatursen Chaubey
1997 Ghoonghat Boghi
1997 Auzaar (as Aroon Bakshi)
1997 Yeshwant Psychiatrist
1997 Itihaas (as Aroon Bakshi)
1997 Sanam Constable (questing Khan about his vehicle)
1998 Pardesi Babu Thief
1998 Iski Topi Uske Sarr Mohamed
1998 Miss 420 Vakar – Khan's assistant
1998 Devta
1998 Hitler Inspector Bakshi
1998 Hafta Vasuli (as Aroon Bakshi)
1999 Heera Lal Panna Lal Pandit (in song "Aaya Sherawali")
1999 Zulmi Polish Inspector Vikram
1999 Sarfarosh-E-Hind Crippled soldier
1999 Dulhan Banoo Main Teri Rastogi
1999 Kaala Samrajya as Aroon Bakshi
1999 Shaheed-e-Mohabbat Boota Singh Punjabi cinema film
1999 Dil Kya Kare
2000 Baaghi
2000 Justice Chowdhary
2001 Ittefaq ACP Anand Verma
2001 Dial 100 Police Commissioner Dharmesh Deo
2002 Yeh Dil Aashiqanaa Mr. Patkar
2002 Mulaqaat Mr. Patkar
2002 Sindoor Ki Saugandh Gulal
2002 Kranti Pachpute, Labour Minister
2002 Vadh
2002 Rishtey (as Aroon Bakshi)
2002 Karz: The Burden of Truth Cheema
2003 Where's the Party Yaar? Dr. Bakshi
2003 Aanch Shambhu
2004 Kuch To Gadbad Hai Inspector R.K. Marwah
2004 Aaj Jaana Hai Ke Pyaar Kya Ha
2004 Mission Mumbai
2004 Ab... Bas! Baba
2005 Jo Bole So Nihaal Rajinder Singh
2005 Kyon Ki...
2006 Come December Mr. Sharma
2006 Ek Jind Ek Jaan Dhanwant 'Dhanya' Dhanoo' Singh/Dhanwant Kang Punjabi cinema film
2007 Salaam-E-Ishq Satpal
2007 Khanna & Iyer Minister Bhanupratap
2007 Sirf Romance: Love by Chance Jarnail Singh
2007 My Friend Ganesha
2008 Black & White Naeem Shaikh
2008 Don Muthu Swami Inspector Bakshi
2008 EMI: Liya Hai To Chukana Padega Manager – All India Bank
2008 Desh Drohi Sanjay's P.A.
2008 Wattanaan Ton Door Pilot Daler Singh
2009 Victory Chander
2009 Dekh Bhai Dekh: Laughter Behind Darkness Police Inspector
2010 Ashok Chakra: Tribute to Real Heroes Maulana Asad Masood (as Aroon Bakshi)
2011 The Life Zindagi Kamal Kumar
2012 It's Rocking: Dard-E-Disco Mr. Bakshi
2013 Awwal Gulookaar Judge Reality Singing Show
2017 9 O'Clock Nasim
2018 Dulhan Chahi Pakistan Se 2 Bhojpuri Movie
2018 Mausam Ikrar Ke Do Pal Pyar Ke
2019 Chan Tara Kanjoos Baap Punjabi Movie

Music[edit | edit source]

2011 Tum Hi To Ho... (playback singer)

2010 Ashok Chakra: Tribute to Real Heroes (playback singer – as Aroon Bakshi)

2002 Aankhen (playback singer)

2000 [Dalaal No.1] (playback singer)

1998 Chhota Chetan (playback singer – as Aroon Bakshi)

1998 Hafta Vasuli (playback singer – as Aroon Bakshi)

1995 Janam Kundli (playback singer)

1995 God and Gun (playback singer)

1994 Amanaat (playback singer)

1994 Prem Yog (playback singer)

1994 Gopi Kishan (playback singer)

1994 Jai Kishen (playback singer)

1993 Parwane (playback singer – as Aroon Bakshi)

1993 Platform (playback singer)

1993 Aankhen (playback singer)

1992 Adharm (playback singer)

1992 pyar dewana hota hai (playback singer)

1992 Balwaan (playback singer)

Composer[edit | edit source]

2010 Ashok Chakra: Tribute to Real Heroes (music / as Aroon Bakshi)

References[edit | edit source]

  1. "Character actor, Arun Bakshi is playing Ahmad Shah Abdali,..." The Times of India. 6 June 2011. Retrieved 28 August 2012.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 "'Next superstar would be from Ludhiana'". The Times of India. 22 April 2011. Retrieved 28 August 2012.
  3. "By Air Mail". Indian Express. 1 December 2008. Retrieved 28 August 2012.

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