Indian movie stars died in 1965

Here are 3 famous actors from India died in 1965:


Motilal (December 4, 1910 Shimla-November 27, 1965) also known as Motilal Rajvansh was an Indian actor and film director.

Motilal Rajvansh began his acting career in the 1930s and became a notable actor in the Indian film industry in the 1940s and 1950s. He acted in over 100 films in his career and was known for his versatile acting skills. His notable performances include films like "Naujawan", "Parineeta", and "Devdas". He also worked as a film director and directed the film "Sharada" in 1957. Apart from acting and direction, he was also a writer and wrote screenplays for films such as "Hansraj" and "Bhanwara". Motilal is remembered as one of the finest actors of the Indian film industry and was known for bringing naturalism to his performances.

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Augustine Joseph

Augustine Joseph (March 25, 1910 Kerala-February 3, 1965 Kochi) also known as Augustine Joseph Bagavathor or Kattassery Augustine Joseph was an Indian musician and actor. His child is called K. J. Yesudas.

Augustine Joseph was born to a family of musicians in Kerala in 1910. He received his early music education from his father and later went on to study music at Shantiniketan. Augustine Joseph was a talented singer and violin player and his music style was heavily influenced by Carnatic and Hindustani music.

Apart from his music career, Augustine Joseph was also a well-known actor in the Malayalam film industry. He acted in several films in the 1940s and 50s, delivering memorable performances in movies like Nalla Thanka, Ashwamedham and Puthiya Vazhi.

Augustine Joseph's legacy as a musician is continued by his son, K. J. Yesudas, who is one of the most celebrated singers in India. Augustine Joseph passed away on February 3, 1965, in Kochi at the age of 54. He will always be remembered for his contributions to Indian music and cinema.

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Ganesh Bodas

Ganesh Bodas (November 27, 1880 Ahmednagar-November 27, 1965) a.k.a. Gangesh Govind ('Ganpatrao') Bodas was an Indian actor.

He was a renowned Marathi stage actor and appeared in several Marathi films during the 1930s and 1940s. Bodas was known for his versatile acting skills and his ability to effortlessly portray characters from various walks of life. He started his acting career with the Kirloskar Natak Mandali in 1907 and went on to become one of the most celebrated theatre actors of his time. Bodas also wrote and directed several plays and was a prominent figure in the theatre scene in Maharashtra. In recognition of his contributions to Marathi theatre, he was awarded the prestigious Padma Shri in 1958. Even today, he is remembered as one of the greatest actors to have graced the Marathi stage.

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