The actor, who won millions of hearts with his acting in many films of the 60-70s, became a popular villain in Bollywood. The villain without which the film is incomplete. Who at that time impressed thousands of women with his style. This star, who has been a part of many hit films, had a very special relationship with Raj Kapoor, but there came a time when he was forced to go to Mount Kailash. We’ll tell you why…
A wonderful actor, whose art made him a legendary star. People know actors like Raj Kapoor, Shammi Kapoor, Dilip Kumar, Amitabh Bachchan by their full names, but perhaps only 10 percent of movie lovers know the full name of this rare diamond of Bollywood. . The star we are talking about today joined the army, but fate pulled him to Mumbai. Because of his height, body, beauty and style, he was chosen by the producers and then became an artist with a bigger bill than the big stars of that time.
The actor, who won millions of hearts with his acting in many films of the 60-70s, became a popular villain in Bollywood. The villain without which the film is incomplete. Who at that time impressed thousands of women with his style. This star, who has been a part of many hit films, had a very special relationship with Raj Kapoor, but there came a time when he was forced to go to Mount Kailash. We’ll tell you what that factor is…
‘I was threatened in my own place… Ranjit, you must have forgotten whose place you are and what you are talking about.’ If you are a Hindi cinema lover, then you cannot miss this dialogue of Premnath. Prem Nath’s full name is Prem Nath Malhotra. He has worked in many films like ‘Badal’, Johnny Mera Naam’ and ‘Jaani Dushman’.
Prem Nath Malhotra, born on 21 November 1926, was born in Peshawar, Pakistan. However, due to partition, his family settled in Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. His father was in the police, so he decided to send his son to the army. But he had no desire to go there and settled in Mayanagari to let his dreams fly. In Mumbai, he joined Prithvi Raj Kapoor’s Prithvi Theater and made the plays produced there a part of his life. Raj Kapoor seems to be his brother-in-law.
Prem Nath made the film ‘Ajit’ in the year 1948 without success. After this, her acting in Raj Kapoor’s film ‘Aag’ in the same year and ‘Barsaat’ released in 1949 was well appreciated by the audience. He has worked with every superhit actress in his career, which includes actresses like Ramola, Madhubala, Nikaar Sultan, Suraiya, Bina Rai. Premnath’s specialty is that he is ready for every type of role. He gets the role of a villain, the role of a character or the role of a lead actor. He loves it, he uses every character and is involved in it too.
At one point, her popularity increased so much that she started earning more than her brother-in-law Raj Kapoor. There was a time when Premnath’s fee was Rs 1.25 lakh, while Raj Kapoor’s fee was Rs 75 thousand, Devanand’s fee was Rs 35 thousand and Dilip Kumar’s fee was Rs 50 thousand. At that time, Amitabh and Dharmendra’s fees were also low.
During the shooting of the movie ‘Aurat’ in 1953, he fell in love with actress Bina Rai and they both decided to get married. Along with Beena, Prem Nath entered the field of film production and together they founded PN Gikodak the banner of films. Both of them did a few films together, which did not go down well. After this, Prem Nath withdrew from the field of film production and focused his full attention on acting.
Whatever work Premnath did in the film industry, he got the most fame from villain roles. But with the passage of time his films also started failing at the box office. When films stopped supporting him, Premnath turned to Mount Kailash. After spending some time peacefully there, he returned. Premnath Malhotra has worked in ‘Ajit’, ‘Johnny Mera Naam’, ‘Aan’, ‘Tere Mere Sapne’, ‘Apna Ghar’, ‘Badal’, ‘Teesri Manzil’, ‘Baharon ke Sapne’, ‘Bobby’, ‘ Roti Kapda’ Worked in many big films like ‘Aur Makaan’, ‘Nagin’, ‘Jai Bajrang Bali’, ‘Jaani Dushman’, ‘Vishwanath’, ‘Karz’ and ‘Hum Dono’. Premnath was last seen in the film ‘Hum Dono’.