Om Shivpuri famous villain of films, wife-daughter also made splash in the industry

You must have known Om Shivpuri very well. Om Shivpuri was seen in old films and often played the role of a villain. Om Shivpuri was seen in almost every other film in the 70s and today is his death anniversary. In fact, Om Shivpuri passed away in 1990 at the age of 52. At that time, he had a sudden heart attack and said goodbye to the world. Om Shivpuri has acted in many hit films in his career that you must have seen.

Om Shivpuri was born in Rajasthan and started his career by working at a radio station in Jaipur. Sudha Shivpuri also worked there during that time and the two of them later got married. Om Shivpuri graduated from the National School of Drama in Delhi, followed by Om Shivpuri in 1971. Here was his debut film 'Ashaad Ka Ek Din.' He shifted to Mumbai in 1974 and worked in the film industry for two decades.

He acted in about 175 films and most of them appeared as a villain. Talking about Om Shivpuri's wife Sudha, she was also seen in several films and TV serials. All of you must have seen Sudha in films ranging from Basu Chatterjee's 'Swami' to 'Insaaf Ka Tarazu,' 'Hamari Bahu Alka,' 'Sawan Ko Aane Do,' 'Sun Meri Laila,' 'Burning Train,' 'Vidhata,' 'Maya Memsaab,' and 'Pinjar.' Very few people know that Om Shivpuri and Sudha's daughter Ritu Shivpuri is the popular actress of Bollywood. She played the lead role in Govinda's hit film 'Aankhen' and has also appeared in several shows.

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