Indian movie stars died at 73

Here are 2 famous actors from India died at 73:

Joy Mukherjee

Joy Mukherjee (February 24, 1939 Jhansi-March 9, 2012 Mumbai) also known as Joy Mukerji or Joy Mukerjee was an Indian actor, film director and film producer. His children are Sujoy Mukherjee, Monjoy Mukherjee and Simran Mukherjee.

He died as a result of respiratory failure.

Joy Mukherjee was an iconic figure of the Indian film industry. He completed his education from the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII), Pune. He made his debut in the movie Love in Simla, which became one of the biggest hits of the year, and his performance was appreciated by everyone. He went on to act in many successful movies like "Phir Wohi Dil Laya Hoon," "Ziddi," and "Ek Musafir Ek Hasina."

In the late 1970s, he turned to film production and produced films like "Love in Bombay" and "Chhaila Babu." He directed two movies, namely "Humsaya" and "Chhaila Babu," which were well-received by the audience. Joy Mukherjee was a versatile actor and filmmaker, who contributed significantly to the Indian film industry. He will always be remembered as one of the finest actors of his time.

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T. Chalapathi Rao

T. Chalapathi Rao (December 22, 1920 Vuyyuru-February 22, 1994 Chennai) a.k.a. Tatineni Chalapathi Rao, Chalapathi Rao T. or Chalapathi Rao Tatineni was an Indian film score composer, actor and film producer.

He started his career as a film score composer in the year 1953 with the Telugu film 'Bhakta Potana'. He later went on to compose music for over 200 films in Telugu and other languages like Tamil and Kannada. He also acted in a few films including 'Bhakta Potana', 'Bhakta Tukaram', 'Chandraharam' and 'Sri Venkateswara Mahatyam'. Apart from composing and acting, T. Chalapathi Rao was also a film producer and produced movies like 'Gruhapravesam', 'Budhimantudu' and 'Bhimavaram Bullodu'. He was awarded the Nandi Award for Best Music Director for the Telugu film 'Nalugu Stambalata' in the year 1982. T. Chalapathi Rao passed away on February 22, 1994, leaving behind a prolific legacy in the Indian film industry.

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