Amitabh Bachchan filmography

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Studio publicity photograph of Bachchan in 2009

Amitabh Bachchan is an Indian film actor, playback singer, producer and television personality. He made his acting debut in 1969 with Saat Hindustani, and narrated Mrinal Sen's Bhuvan Shome (1969).[1] He later appeared as Dr. Bhaskar Banerjee in Hrishikesh Mukherjee's Anand (1971), for which he won the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor.[1] In 1973, Bachchan played the role of Inspector Vijay Khanna in Prakash Mehra's action film Zanjeer. He has since appeared in several films with the character name "Vijay".[2] During the same year, he appeared in Abhimaan and Namak Haraam. For the latter, he received the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor. Two years later he appeared along with Shashi Kapoor, in Yash Chopra's Deewaar, which earned him the Filmfare Award for Best Actor nomination. He was cited as the "angry young man" for his roles in Deewaar and Zanjeer.[3] Later he starred in Ramesh Sippy's Sholay (1975), which is considered to be one of the greatest Indian films of all time.[4][5] After appearing in the romantic drama Kabhie Kabhie (1976), Bachchan starred in Manmohan Desai's action comedy Amar Akbar Anthony (1977). He won the Filmfare Award for Best Actor for his performance in the latter. He then played dual roles of Don and Vijay in Don (1978).

In the 1980s, Bachchan was cast in numerous films, including the action films: Dostana (1980), Shaan (1980) and Kaalia (1981), the romantic film Silsila (1981); and the drama Shakti (1982) with Dilip Kumar. His roles in Dostana and Shakti earned him the nominations for the Filmfare Award for Best Actor. He suffered a near-fatal injury while shooting for Coolie (1983).[6] He returned to the screen after a five-year absence with the box-office success Shahenshah (1988).[7][8] In 1990, Bachchan played the role of gangster Vijay Deenanath Chauhan in Mukul S. Anand's Agneepath and later starred in Hum (1991). Despite being a box-office failure, the former garnered him the National Film Award for Best Actor and has since developed a cult status.[9][10][11] He also earned the Filmfare Award for Best Actor for Hum, following which he took another break from acting.[7] In 1996, he started his film production company Amitabh Bachchan Corporation whose first release Tere Mere Sapne (1996) was a box-office failure.[12]

In 2000, Bachchan appeared in a supporting role in Aditya Chopra's Mohabbatein. It won him the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor. During the same year, he made his television debut as the host of the game show Kaun Banega Crorepati.[13] He has since hosted its every season except for the third one. He then went on to play the roles of a short-tempered banker in Aankhen (2002), a disillusioned father in Baghban (2003), and a conflicted cop in Khakee (2004).[14] In 2005, he played the role of a teacher of a blind and deaf girl in Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Black, for which he received the National Award and the Filmfare Award for Best Actor.[15][16] He received another National Award for Best Actor for playing a progeria patient in R. Balki's Paa (2009). He also portrayed the title character of a friendly ghost in Bhoothnath (2008), and its sequel Bhoothnath Returns (2014);. and played a hypochondriac in the comedy-drama Piku (2015).[17] It earned him his fourth National Film Award for Best Actor.

Bachchan has also narrated several films including Shatranj Ke Khilari (1977), Lagaan (2001), Parineeta (2005), Jodhaa Akbar (2008), Ra.One (2011), and Krrish 3 (2013). He has also performed as a playback singer for films like Laawaris (1981), Silsila, and Baghban.

Films

Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released

Acting roles

Year Film Role Director(s) Notes Ref.
1969 Saat Hindustani Anwar Ali Khwaja Ahmad Abbas National Film Award for Best Newcomer [18]
[12]
1969 Bhuvan Shome Narrator Mrinal Sen [19]
1970 Bombay Talkie Himself James Ivory Special appearance [20]
1971 Parwana Kumar Sen Jyoti Swaroop [21]
1971 Anand Dr. Bhaskar Banerjee a.k.a. Babu Moshaye Hrishikesh Mukherjee Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor [22]
1971 Pyar Ki Kahani Ram Chand Ravikant Nagaich [23]
1971 Reshma Aur Shera Chotu Sunil Dutt [24]
1971 Guddi Himself Hrishikesh Mukherjee Special appearance [25]
1972 Sanjog Mohan S. S. Balan [26]
1972 Piya Ka Ghar Basu Chatterjee Special appearance [27]
1972 Bombay to Goa Ravi Kumar S. Ramanathan [28]
1972 Bawarchi Narrator Hrishikesh Mukherjee [19]
1972 Bansi Birju Birju Prakash Verma [29]
1972 Ek Nazar Manmohan Akash Tyagi B. R. Ishara [30]
1972 Raaste Kaa Patthar Jai Shankar Rai Mukul Dutt [31]
1972 Garam Masala Robert Taylor Aspi Irani Uncredited
Special appearance
[32]
1972 Jaban Palash Banerjee Special appearance [32]
1973 Zanjeer Inspector Vijay Khanna Prakash Mehra Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [2]
[12]
1973 Bandhe Haath Shyam /Deepak[a] O. P. Goyle [31]
1973 Gehri Chaal Ratan C. V. Sridhar [34]
1973 Abhimaan Subir Kumar Hrishikesh Mukherjee [35]
1973 Saudagar Moti Sudhendu Roy [36]
1973 Namak Haraam Vikram Maharaj 'Vicky' Hrishikesh Mukherjee Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor [37]
[12]
1973 Bada Kabutar Deven Verma Special appearance [32]
1974 Dost Anand Dulal Guha Special appearance [12]
1974 Kasauti Amitabh Sharma Aravind Sen [38]
1974 Benaam Amit Srivastav Narendra Bedi [39]
1974 Roti Kapda Aur Makaan Vijay Manoj Kumar [2]
1974 Kunwara Baap Anthony Mehmood Ali Special appearance [32]
1974 Majboor Ravi Khanna Ravi Tandon [40]
1975 Deewaar Vijay Verma Yash Chopra Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [41]
[12]
1975 Zameer Baadal Ravi Chopra [42]
1975 Sholay Jai (Jaidev) Ramesh Sippy [43]
1975 Faraar Rajesh (Raj) Shankar Mukherjee [44]
1975 Chhoti Si Baat Guest appearance Basu Chatterjee [32]
1975 Chupke Chupke Sukumar Sinha / Parimal Tripathi Hrishikesh Mukherjee [45]
1975 Mili Shekhar Dayal Hrishikesh Mukherjee [46]
1976 Do Anjaane Amit Roy/Naresh Dutta[a] Dulal Guha [47]
1976 Kabhie Kabhie Amitabh Malhotra Yash Chopra Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [48]
[12]
1976 Hera Pheri Vijay / Inspector Hirachand Prakash Mehra [49]
1976 Adalat Thakur Dharam Chand / Raju[a] Narendra Bedi Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [50]
1976 Balika Badhu Voice-over Tarun Majumdar [51]
1977 Charandas Qawwali singer B. S. Thapa Special appearance in song "'Dekh Lo" [25]
1977 Amar Akbar Anthony Anthony Gonzalves Manmohan Desai Filmfare Award for Best Actor [52]
[12]
1977 Immaan Dharam Ahmed Raza Desh Mukherjee [53]
1977 Khoon Pasina Shiva / Tiger[a] Rakesh Kumar [54]
1977 Shatranj Ke Khilari Narrator Satyajit Ray [55]
1977 Parvarish Amit Manmohan Desai [56]
1977 Chala Murari Hero Banne Himself Asrani Special appearance [32]
1977 Alaap Alok Prasad Hrishikesh Mukherjee [57]
1978 Ganga Ki Saugandh Jeeva Sultan Ahmed [58]
1978 Kasme Vaade Amit / Shankar[a] Ramesh Behl [54]
1978 Besharam Ram Kumar Chandra/Prince Chandrashekar Deven Verma [54]
1978 Trishul Vijay Kumar Yash Chopra Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [59]
[12]
1978 Don Don / Vijay[a] Chandra Barot Filmfare Award for Best Actor [60]
1978 Muqaddar Ka Sikandar Sikandar Prakash Mehra Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [61]
[12]
1979 The Great Gambler Jay / Inspector Vijay[a] Shakti Samanta Also singer for "Do Lafzon Ki" [54]
[62]
1979 Gol Maal Himself Hrishikesh Mukherjee Special appearance [32]
1979 Ahsaas Himself Surinder Suri Special appearance [63]
1979 Jurmana Inder Saxena Hrishikesh Mukherjee [64]
1979 Manzil Ajay Chandra Basu Chatterjee [65]
1979 Mr. Natwarlal Natwarlal / Avtar Singh[a] Rakesh Kumar Also singer for "Mere Pas Aao"
Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor
Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Male Playback Singer
[12]
[66]
1979 Kaala Patthar Vijay Pal Singh Yash Chopra Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [2]
[12]
1979 Suhaag Amit Kapoor Manmohan Desai [67]
1980 Do Aur Do Paanch Vijay/Ram Rakesh Kumar [68]
1980 Dostana Vijay Varma Raj Khosla Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [2]
[12]
1980 Ram Balram Balram Singh Vijay Anand [69]
1980 Shaan Vijay Kumar Ramesh Sippy [70]
1981 Commander Truck driver Rakesh Kumar Special appearance [32]
1981 Yaarana Kishan Kumar Rakesh Kumar [71]
1981 Barsaat Ki Ek Raat ACP Abhijeet Rai Shakti Samanta [72]
1981 Naseeb Johnny Manmohan Desai Also playback singer for "Chal mere bhai" [73]
[74]
1981 Chashme Buddoor Himself Sai Paranjpye Special appearance [75]
1981 Lawaaris Heera Prakash Mehra Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor
Also playback singer for song "Mere Angene Mein"
[76]
1981 Silsila Amit Malhotra Yash Chopra Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor
Also playback singer for:
"Neela Aasman"
"Rang Barse Bhige Chunar Wali"
[77]
[78]
1981 Kaalia Kallu / Kaalia Tinnu Anand [79]
1981 Vilayati Babu Dharam Kumar Special appearance
Punjabi film
[32]
1982 Satte Pe Satta Ravi Anand / Babu[a] Raj N. Sippy [80]
1982 Bemisal Dr. Sudhir Roy / Adhir Roy Hrishikesh Mukherjee Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [81]
1982 Desh Premee Master Dinanath / Raju[a] Manmohan Desai [82]
1982 Namak Halaal Arjun Singh Prakash Mehra Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [83]
1982 Khud-Daar Govind Srivastava / Chhotu Ustaad Ravi Tandon [54]
1982 Shakti Vijay Kumar Ramesh Sippy Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [84]
[85]
1983 Nastik Shankar Pramod Chakravorty [86]
1983 Andha Kanoon Jan Nissar Akhtar Khan Tatineni Rama Rao Guest appearance [87]
1983 Mahaan Rana Ranveer / Guru / Inspector Shankar[b] S. Ramanathan [31]
1983 Pukar Ramdas Ramesh Behl Also playback singer for "Tu maike mat jaiyo" [89]
[90]
1983 Coolie Iqbal A. Khan Manmohan Desai [41]
1984 Inquilaab Amarnath Tatineni Rama Rao [91]
1984 Khabardar Unknown Tatineni Rama Rao Incomplete [92]
1984 Kanoon Kya Karega Narrator Mukul S. Anand [51]
1984 Paan Khaye Saiyan Hamaar Himself Sujit Kumar Special appearance [32]
1984 Pet Pyaar Aur Paap Himself Durai (director) Guest appearance [32]
1984 Sharaabi Vicky Kapoor Prakash Mehra Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [93]
1985 Geraftaar Insp. Karan Kumar Khanna Prayag Raaj [31]
1985 Ghulami Narrator J. P. Dutta [51]
1985 Mard Raju Manmohan Desai Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [94]
1986 Aakhree Raasta David D'Costa / Vijay Sandaliya[a] K. Bhagyaraj [31]
1987 Jalwa Himself Pankaj Parashar Special appearance [95]
1988 Kaun Jeeta Kaun Haara Himself Rakesh Kumar Special appearance
Also playback singer for "Jeevan pyar bina"
[25]
[96]
1988 Shahenshah Inspector Vijay Kumar Srivastav / Shahenshah[a] Tinnu Anand Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [97]
1988 Hero Hiralal Himself Ketan Mehta Special appearance [98]
1988 Gangaa Jamunaa Saraswati Ganga Prasad Manmohan Desai [99]
1988 Soorma Bhopali Police Inspector Jagdeep Special appearance [100]
1989 Toofan Shyam / Toofan[a] Ketan Desai [31]
1989 Batwara Narrator J. P. Dutta [51]
1989 Jaadugar Goga / Gogeshwar Prakash Mehra Also playback singer for "Padosan Apni Murgi" [31]
[101]
1989 Main Azaad Hoon Azaad Tinnu Anand Also playback singer for "Itne Baazu" [102]
[103]
1990 Agneepath Vijay Deenanath Chauhan Mukul S. Anand National Film Award for Best Actor
Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor
[104]
[105]
[106]
1990 Kroadh Himself Shashilal K. Nair Special appearance [107]
1990 Aaj Ka Arjun Bheema K. C. Bokadia [108]
1991 Hum Tiger / Shekhar Malhotra Mukul S. Anand Filmfare Award for Best Actor [31]
[106]
1991 Ajooba Ajooba/Zaffar Ali Rizwan Shashi Kapoor
Gennadi Vasilyev
[109]
1991 Indrajeet Indrajeet K. V. Raju [110]
1991 Akayla Inspector Vijay Verma Ramesh Sippy [2]
1992 Khuda Gawah Badshah Khan Mukul S. Anand Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [111]
1992 Zulm Ki Hukumat Narrator Bharat Rangachary [51]
1993 Professor Ki Padosan Shantilal Soni Special appearance [32]
1994 Insaniyat Inspector Amar Tony Juneja [112]
1994 Akka Himself Shridhar Joshi Special appearance
Marathi film
[113]
1996 Ghatak: Lethal Himself Rajkumar Santoshi Special appearance [114]
1996 Tere Mere Sapne Narrator Joy Augustine Also producer [51]
1997 Mrityudata Dr. Ram Prasad Ghayal Mehul Kumar Also producer [54]
[115]
1998 Major Saab Major Jasbir Singh Rana Tinnu Anand Also producer [116]
1998 Bade Miyan Chote Miyan Inspector Arjun Singh / Bade Miyan[a] David Dhawan [117]
1998 Hero Hindustani Narrator Aziz Sejawal [51]
1999 Lal Baadshah Lal 'Baadshah' Singh / Ranbhir Singh[a] K. C. Bokadia [118]
1999 Sooryavansham Thakur Bhanu Pratap Singh / Heera Singh[a] E. V. V. Satyanarayana Also singer for "Chori Se" [119]
[120]
1999 Biwi No.1 Himself David Dhawan Special appearance [121]
1999 Hindustan Ki Kasam Kabeera Veeru Devgan [122]
1999 Kohram Col. Balbir Singh Sodi (Devraj Hathoda) / Dada Bhai Mehul Kumar [123]
1999 Hello Brother God (voice) Sohail Khan [51]
2000 Mohabbatein Narayan Shankar Aditya Chopra Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor [124]
[106]
2001 Ek Rishtaa: The Bond of Love Vijay Kapoor Suneel Darshan [125]
2001 Lagaan Narrator Ashutosh Gowariker [55]
2001 Aks Insp. Manu Verma Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra Also producer
Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor
Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor
[126]
[54]
2001 Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham... Yashvardhan "Yash" Raichand Karan Johar Nominated—Filmfare Award of Best Supporting Actor
Also singer for "Shava Shava"
[124]
[127]
2002 Aankhen Vijay Singh Rajput Vipul Amrutlal Shah Nominated—Filmfare Award of Best Supporting Actor [128]
[129]
2002 Hum Kisise Kum Nahin Dr. Rastogi David Dhawan [130]
2002 Agni Varsha Indra Arjun Sajnani [131]
2002 Kaante Yashvardhan Rampal 'Major' Sanjay Gupta Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [132]
2003 Khushi Narrator S. J. Surya [51]
2003 Armaan Dr. Siddharth Sinha Honey Irani Also singer for "Aao Milke Gaye" [133]
[134]
2003 Mumbai Se Aaya Mera Dost Narrator Apoorva Lakhia [51]
2003 Boom Bade Mia Kaizad Gustad [135]
2003 Baghban Raj Malhotra Ravi Chopra Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor
Also playback singer for
"Chali Chali"
"Holi Khele"
"Main Yaha"
[124]
[136]
2003 Fun 2shh: Dudes in the 10th Century Narrator Imtiaz Punjabi [51]
2004 Khakee DCP Anant Kumar Shrivastav Rajkumar Santoshi Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [137]
[138]
2004 Aetbaar Dr. Ranveer Malhotra Vikram Bhatt Also singer for "Jeena Hai" [139]
[140]
2004 Rudraksh Narrator Mani Shankar [51]
2004 Insaaf: The Justice Narrator Shrey Shrivastav [51]
2004 Dev DCP Dev Pratap Singh Govind Nihalani [141]
2004 Lakshya Col. Sunil Damle Farhan Akhtar [142]
2004 Deewaar Major Ranvir Kaul Milan Luthria [143]
2004 Kyun! Ho Gaya Na... Raj Chauhan Samir Karnik [144]
2004 Hum Kaun Hai? Major Frank John Williams / Frank James Williams Ravi Sharma Shankar [145]
2004 Veer-Zaara Choudhary Sumer Singh Yash Chopra Nominated—Filmfare Award of Best Supporting Actor [146]
[138]
2004 Ab Tumhare Hawale Watan Saathiyo Major General Amarjeet Singh Anil Sharma [147]
2005 Black Debraj Sahai Sanjay Leela Bhansali National Film Award for Best Actor
Filmfare Award for Best Actor
Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor
[148]
[15]
[16]
2005 Waqt: The Race Against Time Ishwarchand Thakur Vipul Amrutlal Shah [149]
2005 Bunty Aur Babli DCP Dashrath Singh Shaad Ali Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor [150]
[151]
2005 Parineeta Narrator Pradeep Sarkar [19]
2005 Paheli Gadariya Amol Palekar [152]
2005 Sarkar Subhash Nagre (Sarkar) Ram Gopal Varma Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [153]
2005 Viruddh... Family Comes First Vidhyadhar Patwardhan Mahesh Manjrekar Also producer [154]
2005 Ramji Londonwale Himself Sanjay Dayma Special appearance [155]
2005 Dil Jo Bhi Kahey... Shekhar Sinha Romesh Sharma [156]
2005 Amrithadhare Himself Nagathihalli Chandrashekhar Special appearance
Kannada film
[157]
2005 Ek Ajnabee Suryaveer Singh Apoorva Lakhia [158]
2006 Family Viren Sahai Rajkumar Santoshi Also producer [159]
[160]
2006 Darna Zaroori Hai Sunil Khanna Ram Gopal Varma Appeared in one segment [161]
2006 Amrutha Varsham Himself Nagathihalli Chandrashekhar Special appearance
Telugu film
[157]
2006 Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna Samarjeet Talwar Karan Johar Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor [162]
[163]
2006 Ganga Thakur Vijay Singh Abhishek Chaddha Bhojpuri film [164]
2006 Baabul Balraj Kapoor Ravi Chopra Also playback singer for "Come On" [165]
[166]
2007 Eklavya: The Royal Guard Eklavya Vidhu Vinod Chopra [167]
2007 Nishabd Vijay Ram Gopal Varma [168]
2007 Ek Krantiveer: Vasudev Balwant Phadke Narrator Gajendra Ahire Marathi film [51]
2007 Cheeni Kum Buddhadev Gupta R. Balki [169]
2007 Shootout at Lokhandwala Advocate Dhingra Apoorva Lakhia [170]
2007 Swami Narrator Ganesh Acharya [51]
2007 Jhoom Barabar Jhoom Sutradhar Shaad Ali [171]
2007 Aag Babban Singh Ram Gopal Varma [172]
2007 The Last Lear Harish Mishra Rituparno Ghosh English language film [173]
2007 Om Shanti Om Himself Farah Khan Special appearance [174]
2008 Jodhaa Akbar Narrator Ashutosh Gowariker [175]
2008 Yaar Meri Zindagi Dr. Ajay Singh Ashok Gupta [176]
2008 Bhoothnath Kailash Nath a.k.a. Bhoothnath Vivek Sharma Also playback singer for "Mere Buddy" and "Chalo Jaane Do" [177]
[178]
2008 Sarkar Raj Subhash Nagre (Sarkar) Ram Gopal Varma [179]
2008 God Tussi Great Ho God Rumi Jaffrey [180]
2009 Delhi-6 Dadaji Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra Special appearance
Also playback singer for "Noor"
[181]
[182]
2009 Zor Lagaa Ke...Haiya! Narrator Girish Girija Joshi [51]
2009 Aladin Genius Sujoy Ghosh Also playback singer for
"Genie Rap"
"O re Sawariya"
[183]
[184]
2009 Paa Auro R. Balki National Film Award for Best Actor
Filmfare Award for Best Actor
Also producer
Also playback singer for "Mere Paa"
[185]
[186]
[187]
[188]
2010 Rann Vijay Harshwardhan Malik Ram Gopal Varma [189]
2010 Teen Patti Prof. Venkat Subramanium Leena Yadav [190]
2010 Kandahar Lokanatha Sharma Major Ravi Malayalam film [191]
2011 Bbuddah... Hoga Terra Baap Vijay 'Vijju' Malhotra Puri Jagannadh Also producer
Also playback singer for song "Bbuddah Hoga Terra Baap"
[186]
[192]
[193]
2011 Aarakshan Prabhakar Anand Prakash Jha Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [194]
2011 Ra.One Narrator Anubhav Sinha [195]
2012 Kahaani Sujoy Ghosh Playback singer for song "Ekla Chalo Re" [196]
2012 Mr. Bhatti on Chutti Himself Karan Razdan Special appearance [197]
2012 Department Sarjerao Gaikwad Ram Gopal Varma [198]
2012 Bol Bachchan Himself Rohit Shetty Playback singer and appeared in song "Bol Bachchan" [199]
2012 English Vinglish Passenger in the aeroplane Gauri Shinde Special appearance [200]
2013 The Great Gatsby Meyer Wolfsheim Baz Luhrmann Special appearance
English film
[201]
2013 Bombay Talkies Himself Anurag Kashyap Special appearance on segment "Murabba" [202]
2013 Satyagraha Dwarka Anand Prakash Jha [203]
2013 Boss Narrator Anthony D'Souza [204]
2013 Krrish 3 Narrator Rakesh Roshan [55]
2013 Mahabharat Bhishma (voice) Amaan Khan Animated film [205]
2014 Bhoothnath Returns Khailash Nath a.k.a. Bhoothnath Nitesh Tiwari [206]
2014 Manam Pratap Vikram Kumar Special appearance
Telugu film
[207]
2015 Shamitabh Amitabh Sinha R. Balki Also producer
Also playback singer for song "Piddly"
[208]
[209]
2015 Hey Bro Ajay Chandhok Special appearance in song "Birju" [210]
2015 Piku Bhashkor Banerjee Shoojit Sircar National Film Award for Best Actor
Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor
Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor
[211]
[212]
[213]
[214]
2016 Wazir Pandit Omkarnath Dhar Bejoy Nambiar [215]
2016 Ki & Ka Himself R. Balki Special appearance [216]
2016 Te3n John Biswas Ribhu Dasgupta [217]
2016 Pink Deepak Sehgall Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [218]
[219]
2017 The Ghazi Attack Narrator (Hindi Version) Sankalp Reddy Telugu and Hindi Billigual film [220]
2017 Begum Jaan Narrator Srijit Mukherji [221]
2017 Sarkar 3 Subhash Nagre (Sarkar) Ram Gopal Varma [222]
2017 Firangi Narrator Rajiv Dhingra [223]
2018 Pad Man R. Balki Special appearance [224]
2018 102 Not Out Dattatraya Vakharia Umesh Shukla [225]
2018 Helicopter Eela Pradeep Sarkar Cameo appearance [226]
2018 Thugs of Hindostan Khudabaksh Azaad Vijay Krishna Acharya [227]
2018 Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy dagger TBA Surender Reddy Special appearance
Multilingual film in Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam and Kannada
[228]
2019 Badla dagger TBA Sujoy Ghosh Post-production [229]
2019 Brahmastra dagger TBA Ayan Mukerji Filming [230]

Producer roles

Year Film Acting role Director(s) Notes Ref.
1995 Gulabi Krishna Vamsi Producer
Telugu film
[231]
1996 Tere Mere Sapne Narrator Joy Augustine Also producer [51]
1996 Yuvathurki Bhadran Producer
Malayalam film
[231]
1997 Mrityudata Dr. Ram Prasad Ghayal Mehul Kumar Also producer [54]
[115]
1997 Ullasam J. D.- Jerry Producer
Tamil film
[231]
1998 Saat Rang Ke Sapne Priyadarshan Producer [54]
1998 Major Saab Major Jasbir Singh Rana Tinnu Anand Also producer [116]
2001 Aks Insp. Manu Verma Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra Also producer
Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor
[126]
[54]
2005 Viruddh... Family Comes First Vidhyadhar Patwardhan Mahesh Manjrekar Also producer [154]
2005 Antarmahal Rituparno Ghosh Producer
Bengali film
[232]
2006 Family Viren Sahai Rajkumar Santoshi Also producer [159]
[160]
2009 Paa Auro R. Balki National Film Award for Best Actor
Filmfare Award for Best Actor
Also producer
Also playback singer for "Mere Paa"
[185]
[186]
[187]
[188]
2010 Vihir Umesh Vinayak Kulkarni Producer
Marathi film
[233]
2011 Bbuddah... Hoga Terra Baap Vijay 'Vijju' Malhotra Puri Jagannadh Also producer
Also playback singer for song "Bbuddah Hoga Terra Baap"
[186]
[192]
[193]
2013 Saptapadii Niranjan Thade Producer
Gujarati film
[234]
2015 Shamitabh Amitabh Sinha R. Balki Also producer
Also playback singer for song "Piddly"
[208]
[209]

Television

Year Title Role Channel(s) Note Ref.
1993-1994 Dekh Bhai Dekh Producer DD Metro [235]
2000–06, 2010–2018 Kaun Banega Crorepati Host Star Plus (1–3)
Sony Entertainment Television (4–10)
Season 1, Season 2, Season 4–10 [236]
2009 Bigg Boss 3 Host Colors Season 3 [237]
2011 The One Show Himself BBC One Special appearance [238]
2013 Bharat Ka Veer Putra – Maharana Pratap Himself Sony Entertainment Television Voice over [239]
2014 Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah Himself SAB TV Special appearance [240]
2014 Yudh Yudhisthir Sikarwar Sony Entertainment Television [241]
2015 Desi Rascals Himself Sky 1 Special appearance [242]
2015-2016 Aaj Ki Raat Hai Zindagi Host Star Plus [243]
2016-2017 Astra Force Astra Disney Channel Voice Role
Also co-creator with Sharad Devarajan
[244]

Documentaries

Year Title Language Role Director(s) Notes Ref.
2005 March of the Penguins English
Hindi
Narrator Luc Jacquet [245]
2011 The Story of Film: An Odyssey English Himself Mark Cousins Special appearance [246]
2011 Bollywood: The Greatest Love Story Ever Told English
Hindi
Himself Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra
Jeff Zimbalist
[247]
2015 Putting the Fun in Fundamental English Himself Andy Lee Special appearance on episode "Bollywood Goddess" [248]

Music videos

Year Title Role Performer(s) Album Ref.
1988 "Mile Sur Mera Tumhara" Himself Various [249]
1996 Various Himself Bally Sagoo "Aby Baby" [250]
2002 "Kabhi Nahi" Himself Adnan Sami "Tera Chehra" [251]
2010 "Phir Mile Sur Mera Tumhara" Himself Various [249]
2017 "Phir Se" Himself Amruta Fadnavis [252]

Footnotes

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p He played dual roles.[33]
  2. ^ He played triple roles.[88]

See also

References

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