Alok Nath

Alok Nath

Born on the 10th of July in 1956 in Khagaria in Bihar, Alok Nath is an Indian actor best known for his roles in films like Laadla, Kanoon and Hum Saath-Saath Hain: We Stand United.
Alok Nath made his debut in the 1982 film Gandhi where he was cast in the role of Tyeb Mohammed. Moving to 1984, Alok was seen as Dinesh in the film Mashaal and as the Pandit in the film Saaransh, as the bar owner in Aaj Ki Awaaz. Moving forward to 1985, he was cast as D’Souza in the film Apna Jahan and as Shivraj’s brother in the film Faasle. Moving forward to 1987, Alok Nath is seen in the role of Jagdish in the film Zevar, as Father Braganza in the film Mohre, in the role of Judge Rameshwar Dayal in the film Marte Dam Tak. Moving forward to 1988, Alok is seen in the role of Jaswant Singh in the film Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak, as Ustad Ali Mohammed in the film Kabzaa, as Alok in the film Main Zinda Hoon, as Karim Baba in the film Dayavan, in the role of Pramod in the film Agnee and as Mr. Miranda in the film Hamara Khandaan.1989 saw hm cast in films like Bandook Dahej Ke Seenay Par, Joshilaay, Kasam Suhaag Ki, Suryaa: An Awakening as Veer Singh, Anjaane Rishte in the role of Ram Mohan and Maine Pyar Kiya in the role of Karan. Moving to 1990, he appears as Rakesh’s father in the film Andha Bichar, as Dinanath Chavan in Agneepath, as Ustad Meraj Ali in Lekin…, as IGP Kumar in CID, as Vishwanath in the film Jamai Raja and as Rakesh’s Father in the film Dushman. 1991 saw Alok in the role of Baba (Undertaker) in Vishnu-Devaa, as Porash Sunderlal in Pyar Bhara Dil, as Colonel Singh in Phool Bane Angaray, as the Police Commissioner in Shanti Kranti and as Raja Jai Singh in Maut Ki Sazaa. 1992 saw him as Mr. T. Choudhry in Mehboob Mere Mehboob, as Anand in Khel, as Com. Yashpal Thapa in Shola Aur Shabnam, as Anurag Singh in Vishwatma, as Kishan in Sahebzaade, as Mr Sharma in Deewana, as Shanti Prasad in Bol Radha Bol, as the Prime Minister in Tirangaa, as Deepak’s dad in Sapne Sajan Ke, as the Chief minister in Police Aur Mujrim and as Iqbal in Naseebwaala. 1993 saw him cast in Shri Krishna Bhakta Narsi as Narsi, in Game in the film as Inspector Patil, in Divya Shakti as the Professor, in Antim Nyay in the role of Aadesh Varma, in Chor Aur Chaand as Dinkar Seth, in Izzat Ki Roti as Kaka, in Dil Hai Betaab as Raja’s dad, in Sainik as Bihari Kaka and in Zakhmo Ka Hisaab as Kailash Nath. Moving forward to 1994, Alok is cast in Rakhwale as Satyanarayan, in Insaniyat as Hardayal, in Laadla as Kaajal’s dad, in Kanoon as Judge Dharmadhikari, in Chauraha as Masterji, in Saajan Ka Ghar as Mr. Ram Khanna, in Anth as Principal Satyaprakash Saxena, in Hum Aapke Hain Koun..! as Kailashnath, in Eena Meena Deeka as Kashi, in Zaalim as Judge Somnath, in Sangdil Sanam as Kailash Nath and in Mr. Azaad as Havaldar Hari Dada. 1995 saw him in the film Jai Vikraanta as Choudhry Amar Singh, in Hathkadi as the Chief Minister, in Gaddaar as Amar Nath, in Sidhi as Aditya Diwan, in Ravan Raaj: A True Story as the Commissioner of Police, in Hulchul as Om Gautam, in Hum Dono as Vikram Saigal, in Ram Shastra as Lawyer Srivastava and in Kartavya as Dr. Neelkanth. Moving forward to 1996, Alok is seen in films like Vijeta as Advocate Durga Prasad, in Jeet as Prof. Sidhant Sharma, in Rakshak as the Commissioner of Police, in Hahakaar as Sayed Ur Rehman and in Ek Tha Raja as Commissioner Paramjeet Singh. The following year in 1997, he was cast in films like Jeevan Yudh as Vasudev Rai, in Lahoo Ke Do Rang as Abu Baba, in Kaun Sachcha Kaun Jhootha as the Chief Minister, in Dil Kitna Nadan Hai as Vikram Singh Rathod, in Insaaf: The Final Justice as MP Jagat Narayan, in Ghoonghat as Uday Shankar, in Khwaab as Priya’s dad, in Pardes as Suraj Dev and in Tirchhi Topiwale as Alok Lucknowi. 1998 saw Alok Nath cast in films like Mafia Raaj as the Lawyer , in Vinashak – Destroyer as the Police Commissioner, in Kabhi Na Kabhi as Rajeshwar’s Father and in Bada Din as Shankar Babu. Moving forward to 1999, Alok was cast in Aa Ab Laut Chalen as Rohan’s Grandfather, in Silsila Hai Pyar Ka as Satyaprakash Sinha, in Taal as Tara Babu and in Hum Saath-Saath Hain: We Stand United as Ramkishan. 2000 saw Alok cast in films like Bechainee as Chopra, in Kaali Topi Lal Rumaal as Bishamber, in Aaghaaz as Ram Charan Shukla, in Khiladi 420 as Shyam Prasad Bharadwaj and in Le Chal Apne Sang as Dhanraj. Moving forward to 2001, Alok is seen in films like Hum Deewane Pyar Ke as Avinash Roy, in Uljhan as Mr. Mathur, in Ek Rishtaa: The Bond of Love as Jagmohan Thappar, in Mujhe Kucch Kehna Hai as Rana Birendra Pratapsingh and in Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham… as Om Sharma. 2002 saw him in films like 2002 Kaaboo as Master, in Tumko Na Bhool Paayenge as Rahim, in Ansh: The Deadly Part as Dina Nathji, in Aap Mujhe Achche Lagne Lage as Rohit’s dad, in Na Tum Jaano Na Hum as Mr. Malhotra, in Hum Tumhare Hain Sanam as Dev Narayan, in Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi Hai as Vishnu Sharma, in Dil Hai Tumhaara as Mr. Khanna , in Jeena Sirf Merre Liye as Mr. Khanna and in Rishtey as the Judge. 2003 saw him in films like Dabdaba as Girdharilal, in Indian Babu as Sharad Babu, in Kaise Kahoon Ke… Pyaar Hai as Somnath, and in Pinjar as Shyamlal. The following year in 2004, he was seen in films like 30 Days as Rai Bahadur Vikram Singh, in Ishq Hai Teri Tumse as Usman, in Police Force: An Inside Story as the Commissioner of Police and in Bhola in Bollywood as Mehra, in Vaada as Mr. Sharma, in Zameer: The Fire Within as Deepraj Khanna, in Tango Charlie as Mr. Anand Chauhan, in Sab Kuch Hai Kuch Bhi Nahin as Jayshankar Chaube and in That Game of Chess as the Father. 2006 saw Alok in films like Mere Jeevan Saathi as Vicky’s dad, in Chand Ke Paar Chalo as Chander’s Father and in Vivah as Krishnakant. 2007 saw him in films like Aur Pappu Pass Ho Gaya as Pappu’s dad, and in Sirf Romance: Love by Chance as Gaffoor. The following year, he was cast in films like Mukhbir as Mammu and Ek Vivaah… Aisa Bhi as Bhushan Shrivastava. 2009 saw him in films like Raftaar – An Obsession as Khanna, in Sanam Teri Kasam as Khanna and Thanks Maa as the Warden – Juvenile Center. In 2010, he was cast in the role of Mr. Singh in the film Life Express. In 2011, he was cast in films like Vikalp as the Indian Ambassador, in Khap as the Professor and Trapped in Tradition: Rivaaz as the Mukhiya. In 2014, he was seen in Kill Dil as Jeewan Sambandh Insurance Owner. 2018 saw him in the role of Ghasitaram in Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety. And 2019 saw him as Veerendra Mehra in De De Pyaar De.
Apart from his various roles in films, he was also part of many TV shows and serials as well. Some of his notable TV appearences include in shows like Sapna Babul Ka…Bidaai, Yahan Main Ghar Ghar Kheli, Kuch Toh Log Kahenge, Do Dil Bandhe Ek Dori Se, Tu Mere Agal Bagal Hai and Mere Rang Mein Rangne Waali.

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