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Ishwarlal (I) (1911–1969)

Ishwarlal was born on October 9, 1911 in Waghania, Gujarat, India as Hariprasad Joshi. He was an actor and director, known for Riwaaj (1947), Ummeed (1941) and Dil Ki Baat (1944). He died on January 22, 1969 in Bombay, Maharashtra, India. See full bio »

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Known For

Riwaaj
Riwaaj Actor
(1947)
Ummeed
Ummeed Actor
(1941)
Dil Ki Baat
Dil Ki Baat Actor
(1944)
Holi
Holi Sundar
(1940)

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 1963 Meri Surat Teri Ankhen
Raj Kumar
 1959 Black Cat
 1953 Naulakha Haar
Kiriya Rai
 1953 Shuk Rambha
 1952 Sanskar
 1950 Sati Narmada
 1947 Riwaaj
 1946 Subhadra
Arjun
 1945 Badi Maa
Dinesh
 1944 Dil Ki Baat
 1944 Lalkar (as Ishwar Lal)
 1944 Uss Paar (as Ishwar Lal)
 1943 Bansari
 1943 Chirag (as Ishwar Lal)
 1943 Zaban
 1941 Shaadi
 1941 Ummeed
 1940 Holi
Sundar
 1940 Musafir
 1940 Pyaar
 1939 Adhuri Kahani
 1939 Thokar
 1937 Dil Farosh
 1936 Dil Ka Daku
 1936 Jwalamukhi (as Ishwar Lal)
 1936 Sipahi Ki Sajni
Vijay
 1936 Sipahini Sajni
Vijay
 1935 College Kanya (as Ishwar Lal)
 1935 Desh Dasi
 1935 Keemti Aansoo
 1934 Nadira (as Ishwar Lal)
 1934 Sitamgarh
Shaddad
 1934 Tara Sundari
 1933 Bhola Shikar (as Ishwar Lal)
 1932 Bhutio Mahal (as Ishwar Lal)
 1932 Char Chakram
 1931 Premi Jogan
Samar
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Ishwar Lal
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Libra

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