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Deepak _Asha

Profile

Deepak Asha (Born in 1919 at Tando Adam, a town in Sindh,(now in Pakistan) was an Indian film director, actor and writer . He had directed many notable Sindhi and Hindi films , including Abana (1958), Jalte Deep and Ghamandi and acted in Jhulelal (1964), Ladili (1966),Shal Dhiyar Na Jaman (1968). He also acted in many plays including, Dhoobia jo ishq writen by Kishin Shaidai and Jaikishan written by Ishiwar Muflas. Jiye Muhinji Sindh written by Deepak Asha become Folk Song for Sindhi. Deepak Asha was died on 28th July, 1993. In memory of Shri Deepak Asha, The Bombay Municipal Corporation inaugurated Shri Deepak Asha Chowk on 31st January, 1999 near junction of Guru Gobind Singh and S.B.S Marg, Mulund Colony, Mulund (W). Mumbai - 82.


Family

  • Daughter - Meera Bhagwandas Merwani
  • Daughter - Jyoti Lachhmandas Punjabi
  • Daughter - Daya Rawtani
  • Daughter - Anu Bachani(Punjabi)
  • Son - Jiwan Tolani
  • Son - Haresh Deepak Asha Tolani

Directed Sindhi Film

Directed Hindi Film

  • Jalte Deep
  • Ghamandi
  • Chali mein sasural
  • Sarfaroosh
  • Mein aur mera bhai
  • Road no. 303
  • Ek saal pehile
  • Rustam kaon
  • Captain Sheeru
  • Son of Hakim Tai
  • Diwali ki Raat

Directed Punjabi Film

  • Papi tare aneek
  • Dhaaj
  • Jindiri Yaar di
  • Sukhi Parivar
  • Fauji chacha
  • Chhala
  • Vilayati Babu


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