The veteran Bollywood actor Jagdish Raj expired on July 28, 2013. Jagdish Raj was the one, who was popular for essaying the role of a cop in several yesteryear Bollywood films. The actor holds a Guinness World Record for playing a police officer's role in 144 films.
He was born in the year 1928 as Jagdish Raj Khurana in Sargodha, which now falls in Pakistan. The ace actor also portrayed the role as judge. He was favorite among the masses for his role as quintessential police officer. Jagdish Raj featured in plenty of Hindi films including 'Don' (1978), 'Mazdoor' (1983), 'Silsila', 'Deewaar', 'Insaaf Ka Tarazu', 'The Burning Train', 'Khwab', 'Kaala Patthar' and many more. The career span of the actor ranged from the year 1960 to 1992.
This 85-years old persona was keeping unwell for the past two years. The actor was suffering from lung and respiratory issues and experienced respiratory problems as the cause of his death, as per the reports.
Jagdish Raj cremated on July 28 in Pawan Hans crematorium. The B-Town personas like Rishi Kapoor, Rahul Rawail and David Dhawan were present at the time of last rites of the actor. Jagdish Raj is having two daughters and a son.
We offer our heartfelt condolences to his family and friends.
102 Not Out: The first song, Bachche Ki Jaan, is here featuring Amitabh and Rishi!
Samir Soni to play a college principal in Student Of The Year 2!
‘Baap Cool, Beta Old School’, that’s what the first poster of 102 Not Out says!
Emraan Hashmi’s first home production ‘Captain Nawab’ is temporarily stalled!
TV actress Divyajyotee Sharma is the Queen of the ad World
The new poster of Soorma marking 2 months to its release out
Amitabh Bachchan celebrates 102 Not Out with his fans and goes Badumbaaa!
Arjun - Harshvardhan Kapoor starrer 'Chavanprash' from Bhavesh Joshi Superhero to be unveiled on Monday!
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan COPIES Aamir Khan's unique Instagram strategy!
Yami Gautam files complaint as someone attempts to hack her social media account
Neha Dhupia and Angad Bedi marry each other
Raazi Review: Thus far the best espionage thriller told in a masterly way
Rishi Kapoor Interview: I am getting great work and enjoying it
Varun Dhawan Interview: After working with Shoojit Sircar, it feels like I have worked with a good captain
Disha Patani Interview: I’m happy and lucky to be where I’m without any kind of support
Tiger Shroff Interview: I am most comfortable working with Sajid Nadiadwala