Bollywood actor Raza Murad made a distinct identity for himself as a villain on the film screen. Today is his 69th birthday. He was born on 23 November 1950 in Rampur, Uttar Pradesh. He is the son of the famous Sankar and artist Murad Saheb. Being associated with the film world since childhood, he also turned his path toward films. In his film career, Raza acted in more than 250 films, and in most of the films, he played the role of a villain. Today on his birthday, let us know some special things about him.
Mostly Played The Role Of Villain
Raza Murad has played the role of father, uncle, or villain on the film screen. Whatever character he used to play on the screen, he used to play it with such intensity that everyone became his admirer. He has also played the role of a Villain in Sanjay Leela’s films Padmavat and Bajirao Mastani.
His Father Sent him To Acting School
Raza Murad’s father was also an actor. His father’s name was Rose Murad Sahab. He understood the nuances of acting very well. That’s why he wanted Raza to learn acting at the acting school. Murad Sahib’s father told him that in our era this facility of the institute was not there. It is today so why don’t you take advantage of it? Saying this, Murad Saheb got Raza’s admission to the Film Institute.
This Is How he Got his First Film
Raza Murad studied in the same acting institute, which has produced many actors like Shatrughan Sinha, Jaya Bhaduri, Asrani, and Riyana Sultan. Raza’s first film was “Ek Nazar”. Amitabh Bachchan and Jaya Bhaduri were in this film. The character of Raza in the film was earlier supposed to be given to Shatrughan Sinha. Since she was busy, the role went to Raza.
He Left His Mark On Every Character He Played!
Raza and Shatrughan met briefly at the institute but Shatrughan remembered Raza’s name and face. Apart from Hindi, Raza, who has worked in more than 250 films, has also worked in Bhojpuri and regional cinema. Each character played by him left its mark on the film screen.