Balraj Sahni Net Worth, Age, Family, Wife, Biography, and More

Balraj Sahni Net Worth, Age, Family, Wife, Biography, and More

Balraj Sahni was a Popular Actor, Film director, and Writer, he was born on 1 May 1913 in Rawalpindi. Balraj is known for portraying the role of ‘Lala Kedarnath’ in the movie ‘Waqt’.

He acted in the films like ‘Neel Kamal’ (1968), ‘Do Raaste’ (1969), and ‘Jawani Diwani’ (1972). He was honored with the ‘Soviet Land Nehru Award’ (1969).

 

Balraj Sahni Wiki, Net Worth, Age, Salary, Movies, Family, Girlfriend, Wife, Income, Kids, Father, Biography, and More.

Balraj Sahni Net Worth, Age, Family, Wife, Biography, and More

Balraj Bio in short
Real Name Balraj Sahni
Nick Name Balraj
Nationality Indian
Date of Birth 1 May 1913
Age (as in 1973) 48
Work Actor, Film director, Writer
Famous as Actor, Film director, Writer
Birth Place Rawalpindi
Hometown Rawalpindi
Height Feet: 5 feet 09 inches
Centimeters: 175 CM
Meters: 1.75 M
Waist 32 inches
Weight Approx 60 kg
(132 lbs)
Caste Under review
Education master’s degree in English Literature
Net worth (as in 1973) $ 05 Million
Achievement 1) ‘Soviet Land Nehru Award’ (1969)
Zodiac sign / Star sign  Taurus

 

Balraj Sahni Net Worth

 

As of 1973, Balraj Sahni Net Worth is $ 05 Million.

 

 

Balraj Education

Balraj completed his Schooling at Rawalpindi, and College at Government College Lahore. His Highest Qualification is a master’s degree in English Literature.

Balraj Family and Affairs/ Gf

Family

Father name Under review
Mother name Under review
Sister name Under review
Brother name Bhisham Sahni
Girlfriend name Under review
Wife name Damayanti Sahni (First Wife)

Santosh Chandhok (Second Wife)

Daughter name Under review
Son name Parikshit Sahni
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Wikipedia Profile Wikipedia

Balraj was born in Rawalpindi. His brother’s name is Bhisham Sahni, mother, father, and sister’s name is Under review.

Balraj Sahni’s First Wife’s name is Damayanti Sahni. Damayanti and Balraj married in 1936. Balraj Sahni’s Second Wife’s name is Santosh Chandhok. Santosh and Balraj married in 1951.

 

Controversy

  • Balraj came into controversy when he got the opportunity to work In the film ‘Do Raaste’.

 

Charity

Balraj donated to NGOs and trusts, he has never revealed his donation, According to GMDA, Sahni donated to the needed ones and helped many people with education.

Balraj Sahni Awards and Achievement

  • He was awarded the ‘Soviet Land Nehru Award’ (1969).

 

Balraj Sahni Biography / Interesting Fact

  • Balraj Sahni was a Popular Actor, Film director, and Writer, Balraj is known for portraying the role of ‘Lala Kedarnath’ in the movie ‘Waqt’.
  • He was born in Rawalpindi.
  • From his childhood, he was interested in acting.
  • He completed his education at Government College Lahore.
  • Balraj went back to join his family business at ‘Rawalpindi’.
  • He completed a bachelor’s degree in Hindi.
  • He married ‘Damayanti Sahni’ (1936).
  • They both joined the ‘Visva-Bharati University’ at Bengal as English and Hindi teachers.
  • Balraj collaborated with great leader ‘Mahatma Gandhi’ (1938).
  • He went to England to join the BBC-London’s Hindi service as a radio announcer.
  • His wife ‘Damayanti’ died in 1947 at the age of 26.
  • Balraj started his acting career with the plays of the ‘Indian People’s Theatre Association’.
  • His debut film was ‘Dharti Ke Lal’ (1946).
  • He worked in the movie ‘Door Chalen’ (1946), which was directed by ‘Phani Majumdar’.
  • In the same year, he was seen in the drama film ‘Badnami’.
  • Sahni got the opportunity to work in the movie ‘Gudia’ (1947).
  • He was part of the films like ‘Maaldar’, ‘Hum Log’, and ‘Hulchul’ (1951).
  • He appeared in the drama movie ‘Badnam’ (1952).
  • Balraj played the role of ‘Doctor’ in the film ‘Rahi’ (1952).
  • He acted in the films like ‘Akash’, ‘Do Bigha Zamin’, and ‘Chalis Baba Ek Chor’ (1953).
  • In the same year, he was seen in the movie ‘Bhagyawan’ (1953).
  • His first release of 1954, was the film ‘Majboori’.
  • He worked in the movies like ‘Aulad’, ‘Naukari’, and ‘Bazooband’ (1954).
  • He got the opportunity to work in the drama film ‘Tangewali’ (1955).
  • Sahni acted in the movies like ‘Seema’, ‘Joru Ka Bhai’, ‘Jawab’, and ‘Garam Coat’ (1955).
  • He was part of the Assamese film ‘Era Bator Sur’ (1956).
  • He portrayed the role of ‘Jatin Mukherjee’ in the movie ‘Taksaal’ (1956).
  • Balraj appeared in the films like ‘Pardesi’, ‘Mai Baap’, ‘Lal Batti’, ‘Kath Putli’, and ‘Bhabhi’ (1957).
  • He was seen in the movie ‘Krishna Sudama’ (1957).
  • He worked in the drama film ‘Do Roti’ (1957).
  • Sahni acted in the films like ‘Sone Ki Chidiya’, ‘Devar Bhabhi’, and ‘Ghar Grihasti’ (1958).
  • In the same year, he got the opportunity to work in the movie ‘Naya Kadam’.
  • He was part of the films like ‘Lajwanti’, ‘Khazanchi’ and ‘Ghar Sansar’ (1958).
  • He played the role of ‘Mr. Kapoor’ in the movie ‘Chand’ (1959).
  • Balraj appeared in the drama movie ‘Black Cat’ (1959).
  • He was seen in the films like ‘Satta Bazaar’, ‘Heera Moti’, and ‘C.I.D Girl’ (1959).
  • He acted in the movie ‘Chhoti Bahen'(1959), which was produced by ‘L. V. Prasad’.
  • Sahni worked in the romantic film ‘Dil Bhi Tera Hum Bhi Tere’ (1960).
  • He was part of the films like ‘Nai Maa’, ‘Bindya’, and ‘Anuradha’ (1960).
  • His first release of 1961, was the movie ‘Kabuliwala’.
  • Balraj portrayed the role of ‘Ramu’ in the film ‘Suhag Sindoor’ (1961).
  • He worked in the movies like ‘Sapne Suhane’ and ‘Bhabhi Ki Chudiyan’ (1961).
  • He did a lead role in the movie ‘Shaadi ‘ (1962), which was produced by ‘Hargobind Duggal’.
  • In the same year, he worked in the film ‘Anpadh’.
  • Sahni appeared in the movie ‘Akela’ (1963).
  • In 1964, he acted in the films like ‘Satluj De Kande’, ‘Maain Bhi Ladki Hun’, and ‘Punar Milan’.
  • He played the role of ‘Major Ranjit Singh’ in the movie ‘Haqeeqat’ (1964).
  • Balraj was seen in the film ‘Dak Ghar’ (1965), which is based on an eponymous 1912 play by ‘Rabindranath Tagore’.
  • He was part of the movie ‘Waqt’ (1965).
  • The film ‘Waqt’ was directed by ‘Yash Chopra’.
  • Sahni worked with the popular actress ‘Sharmila Tagore’ in the movie ‘Faraar’ (1965).
  • He appeared in the movie ‘Aaye Din Bahar Ke’ (1966).
  • Balraj was seen in the film ‘Pinjre Ke Panchhi’ (1966), which was directed by ‘Salil Chowdhury’.
  • He was part of the movies like ‘Neend Hamari Khwab Tumhare’ and ‘Laadla’ (1966).
  • In the same year, he acted in the film ‘Aasra’.
  • He played the role of ‘Police Inspector Ashok’ in the film ‘Hamraaz’ (1967).
  • Sahni worked with the superstar ‘Sanjeev Kumar’ in the movie ‘Naunihaal’ (1967).
  • In the same year, he was seen in the films like ‘Ghar Ka Chirag’ and ‘Aman’.
  • He got the opportunity to work in the movie ‘Izzat’ (1968).
  • Balraj worked in the films like ‘Sunghursh’, ‘Neel Kamal’, and ‘Duniya’ (1968).
  • He portrayed the role of ‘Kailashnath Kaushal’ in the movie ‘Ek Phool Do Mali’ (1969).
  • In 1969, he wrote a book named ‘Mera Rusi Safarnama’.
  • which he had written after a tour of the ‘Erstwhile Soviet Union’.
  • The book won him the ‘Soviet Land Nehru Award’.
  • Balraj appeared in the movie ‘Do Raaste’ (1969), which was directed by ‘O. P. Ralhan’.
  • He was part of the films like ‘Talash’, ‘Nanha Farishta’, and ‘Hum Ek Hain’ (1969).
  • Sahni worked with the superstar ‘Prithviraj Kapoor’ in the movie ‘Nanak Dukhiya Sab Sansar’ (1970).
  • He acted in the film ‘Holi Ayee Re’ (1970), which was produced by ‘Shankerbhai Bhatt’.
  • In 1970, he was seen in the movies like ‘Mere Humsafar’, ‘Pehchan’, and ‘Pavitra Paapi’.
  • He got the opportunity to work with the legendary actress ‘Asha Parekh’ in the film ‘Naya Raasta’ (1970).
  • In the same year, he was part of the movie ‘Ghar Ghar Ki Kahani’ and ‘Dharti’.
  • Balraj played the role of ‘Govindram’ in the film ‘Paraya Dhan’ (1971).
  • He appeared in the romance film ‘Jawan Mohabbat’ (1971).
  • In 1972, he acted in the movies like ‘ Jawani Diwani’, ‘Jangal Mein Mangal’, and ‘Mangetar’.
  • He was part of the biographical drama film ‘Shayar-e-Kashmir Mahjoor’ (1972), which is based on the biography of Kashmiri poet ‘Ghulam Ahmed Mahjoor’.
  • Sahni worked in the movie ‘Chimni Ka Dhuan’ (1973).
  • He portrayed the role of ‘Ashok’ in the film ‘Pyaar Ka Rishta’ (1973).
  • Balraj worked with the legendary actor ‘Raaj Kumar’ in the movie ‘Hindustan Ki Kasam’ (1973), which is based on ‘Operation Cactus Lilly’ in the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971.
  • He was seen in the film ‘Hanste Zakhm’ (1973), which was directed ‘Chetan Anand’.
  • Sahni was part of the movies like ‘Daman Aur Aag’ and ‘Garam Hawa’ (1973).
  • He acted in the film ‘Amaanat’ (1977), which was directed by ‘Shatrujit Paul’.
  • The movie ‘Amaanat’ took 8 years in making.
  • Balraj appeared in the film ‘Jallian Wala Bagh’ (1977).

 

Balraj Sahni Tv Show List

  • Under review

 

Balraj Sahni Movie List

  • Dharti Ke Lal (1946)
  • Door Chalen (1946)
  • Badnami (1946)
  • Gudia (1947)
  • Gunjan (1948)
  • Maaldar (1951)
  • Hum Log (1951)
  • Hulchul (1951)
  • Badnam (1952)
  • Rahi (1952)
  • Akash (1953)
  • Do Bigha Zamin (1953)
  • Chalis Baba Ek Chor (1953)
  • Bhagyawan (1953)
  • Majboori (1954)
  • Aulad (1954)
  • Naukari (1954)
  • Bazooband (1954)
  • Tangewali (1955)
  • Seema (1955)
  • Joru Ka Bhai (1955)
  • Jawab (1955)
  • Garam Coat (1955)
  • Era Bator Sur (1956)
  • Taksaal (1956)
  • Pardesi (1957)
  • Mai Baap (1957)
  • Lal Batti (1957)
  • Kath Putli (1957)
  • Bhabhi (1957)
  • Krishna Sudama (1957)
  • Do Roti (1957)
  • Sone Ki Chidiya (1958)
  • Devar Bhabhi (1958)
  • Ghar Grihasti (1958)
  • Naya Kadam (1958)
  • Lajwanti (1958)
  • Khazanchi (1958)
  • Ghar Sansar (1958)
  • Chand (1959)
  • Black Cat (1959)
  • Satta Bazaar (1959)
  • Heera Moti (1959)
  • Chhoti Bahen (1959)
  • C.I.D. Girl (1959)
  • Dil Bhi Tera Hum Bhi Tere (1960)
  • Nai Maa (1960)
  • Bindya (1960)
  • Anuradha (1960)
  • Kabuliwala (1961)
  • Suhag Sindoor (1961)
  • Sapne Suhane (1961)
  • Bhabhi Ki Chudiyan (1961)
  • Shaadi (1962)
  • Anpadh (1962)
  • Akela (1963)
  • Satluj De Kande (1964)
  • Maain Bhi Ladki Hun (1964)
  • Punar Milan (1964)
  • Haqeeqat (1964)
  • Dak Ghar (1965)
  • Waqt (1965)
  • Faraar (1965)
  • Aaye Din Bahar Ke (1966)
  • Pinjre Ke Panchhi (1965)
  • Neend Hamari Khwab Tumhare (1965)
  • Laadla (1965)
  • Aasra (1965)
  • Hamraaz (1967)
  • Naunihaal (1967)
  • Ghar Ka Chirag (1967)
  • Aman (1967)
  • Izzat (1968)
  • Sunghursh (1968)
  • Neel Kamal (1968)
  • Duniya (1968)
  • Ek Phool Do Mali (1969)
  • Do Raaste (1969)
  • Talash (1969)
  • Nanha Farishta (1969)
  • Hum Ek Hain (1969)
  • Nanak Dukhiya Sab Sansar (1970)
  • Holi Ayee Re (1970)
  • Mere Humsafar (1970)
  • Pehchan (1970)
  • Pavitra Paapi (1970)
  • Naya Raasta (1970)
  • Ghar Ghar Ki Kahani (1970)
  • Dharti (1970)
  • Paraya Dhan (1971)
  • Jawan Mohabbat (1971)
  • Jawani Diwani (1972)
  • Jangal Mein Mangal (1972)
  • Shayar-e-Kashmir (1972)
  • Mangetar (1972)
  • Chimni Ka Dhuan (1973)
  • Pyaar Ka Rishta (1973)
  • Hindustan Ki Kasam (1973)
  • Hanste Zakhm (1973)
  • Daman Aur Aag (1973)
  • Garam Hawa (1973)
  • Amaanat Suresh (1977)
  • Jallian Wala Bagh (1977)

 

Balraj Sahni Web Series List

  • Under review

 

Favorites Actor, Actress, Food, Colour, Destination

Actors

  • Under review

Actress 

  • Under review

Food 

  • Home Food

Colour

  • Black

Destinations

  • Under review

 

Instagram

Balraj is a socially active person, loves to share his pictures and stories on Instagram.

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FAQ

Who is Balraj Sahni?

Balraj Sahni was a Popular Actor, Film director, and Writer, from Rawalpindi. Balraj is known for working in the films like ‘Do Raaste’, ‘Neel Kamal’, and ‘Jawani Diwani’.

 

What is Balraj Sahni’s Wife’s name?

Balraj Sahni’s First Wife’s name is Damayanti Sahni and his Second Wife’s name is Santosh Chandhok.

 

 

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