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Farooque Sheikh: Versatile talent par excellence (Filmography)

Mumbai, Dec 28 : He played a common man as convincingly as he played a nawab. Such was Farooque Sheikh's versatility on the big screen, small screen and on the stage in his over four decades of association with showbiz.


The veteran actor died following a cardiac arrest while he was in Dubai late Friday night.

He made his debut with 1973 film "Garam Hawa" and was known for his roles in films like "Umrao Jaan", "Chashme Buddoor", "Saath Saath". On TV, he starred in shows like "Chamatkar" and "Ji Mantriji", while his play "Tumhari Amrita" was a crowdpuller.

Here's a look at some of his memorable films.

-1973 "Garam Hawa"
-1974 "Mere Saath Chal"
-1977 "Shatranj Ke Khilari"
-1979 "Noorie"
-1980 "Main Aur Meri Tanhai"
-1981 "Chashme Buddoor"
-1982 "Bazaar"
-1983 "Kissi Se Na Kehna"
-1983 "Katha"
-1985 "Faasle"
-1988 "Biwi Ho To Aisi"
-1989 "Toofan"
-1995 "Ab Insaf Hoga"
-2010 "Lahore"
-2012 "Shanghai"
-2013 "Listen... Amaya"
-2013 "Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani"
-2013 "Club 60"

--IANS (Posted on 28-12-2013)

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