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Utpal Dutt


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About Utpal Dutt

Utpal Dutt is most well known for acting, and has 94 known credits, of which 94 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.

Utpal Dutt’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy Utpal Dutt’s movies you should definitely watch The Elephant God (1979), as with 10.0 it is the highest rated movie Utpal has worked on!

  1. The Elephant God (1979)
  2. Gol Maal (1979)
  3. Anand Ashram (1977)
  4. Angoor (1982)
  5. Saaheb (1985)

1. The Elephant God (1979 Movie)

The best rated movie Utpal Dutt has been a part of is the mystery, adventure, crime, family movie The Elephant God, where they had the role of Maganlal Meghraj. It has a rating on Friendspire of 10.0 and 7.9 on IMDb .

2. Gol Maal (1979)

Gol Maal has a rating on Friendspire of 8.2 and 8.5 on IMDb . Utpal Dutt worked on this comedy movie as Bhavani Shankar.

3. Anand Ashram (1977)

In Anand Ashram Utpal Dutt was worked as Toast the Knowing . This romance, drama movie has a rating on Friendspire of 8.0 and 7.3 on IMDb .

4. Angoor (1982)

This comedy movie has a rating on Friendspire of 7.7 and 8.3 on IMDb . In Angoor Utpal Dutt had the role of .

5. Saaheb (1985)

Utpal Dutt was a part of the movie Saaheb as Badri Prasad Sharma. This drama movie has a rating Friendspire of 7.7 and 7.2 on IMDb .

Frequently asked questions

When was Utpal Dutt born?

Utpal Dutt’s birthday is on 29 March 1929 .

What is Utpal Dutt’s gender?

Utpal Dutt is male.

What is Utpal most known for?

Utpal Dutt is most known for acting. Utpal has worked on 94 movies and 0 TV shows.

What is Utpal Dutt’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is The Elephant God, which has a score of 10.0.

Utpal’s Filmography

As Bhavani Shankar. A man's simple lie to secure his job escalates into more complex lies when his orthodox boss becomes suspicious.

Executive producer. A story of identical twins and mistaken identities based on Shakespeare's play A comedy of errors.

As Prof. Saran. Ram and Balram are 2 young boys who live with their loving parents. Their scheming uncle, Jagatpal, however kills the boy's father and mother. Jagatpal lies to the boys that their parents have been killed in an accident and promises to raise them himself. He enrolls the younger brother Balram, in school and eventually sends him off to join the police force. The older becomes a mechanic. Jagatpal has a tight hold on the boys, even when Ram is an adult, he still gives all his wages to his uncle and is only allowed to keep a few rupees for pocket money.

Executive producer. The film starts with the veteran thespian Harish Mishra, he is gravely ill. The punishments of a film shoot have left the old man in a coma. His co-star, Shabnam, is wracked with worry, but their director, Siddharth, keeps strangely distant and refuses to visit his ailing star. In flashbacks, their story emerges.

As Badri Prasad Sharma. Saaheb is the youngest of the four brothers and son of Badri Prasad Sharma. The film shows the problems faced by a middle-class Sharma family and how Saaheb (Sunil Sharma), although unemployed, gives the biggest sacrifice for his family and donates his kidneys to raise money for his sister's wedding.

As Police Inspector Durendra Bhatavdekar. Sparkling comedy about a meddling friend whose attempt to rekindle the spark in his friend's relationship with his wife of seven years leads to complications to their lives, and to the lives of his secretary and her boyfriend he has not 'scripted' ... Splendid performances by Amol Palekar, Deepti Naval, Parveen Babi and Farooq Shaikh, a perfectly pitched script, witty dialogue and a plethora of aptly placed film references make this a film one can watch over and over and never fail to laugh out loud.

As Mr. Sanyal. A man (Amitabh Bachchan) is found wounded on railway tracks and when he awakens he has no memory of who he is and doesn't remember anything about his life.

As Captain Vinod's Father. A talented artist falls in love with a doctor. He loses his eyesight in an accident and wounds up a prisoner of a cruel princess. He escapes, and is helped by another man, who nurtures and allows him to recuperate. When the artist returns home, he find that the girl he wants to marry is engaged to the man who helped him recover.

As Sahuji. In a small village in Darjeeling, Sahuji the merchant has weaved a web of corruption in every layers of the social fabric. And he is also involved in rampant smuggling of goods across the border, and everyone from the local jeweler to the local police inspector are part of his intricate web. While the father has created a position of influence by spreading corruption, his son Kaaliram has ushered in a reign of terror. Desperate villagers make a plea to the owner of the tea garden, who calls (presumably) the higher ups in police force and they promise to send someone.

As Maganlal Meghraj. Set in the holy city of Benares, this is the second film about the detective Feluda, in which he goes for a holiday along with his cousin, Topshe and his friend, Lalmohan Ganguly. But the theft of a priceless deity of Lord Ganesh (the Elephant God) from a local household forces him to investigate.

As Balbir Singh. Ahmed and Mohan Kumar Saxena are petty thieves, and con-men. They career is spent as false witnesses near the Bombay courts, where they get paid a set sum of rupees for false depositions. This changes when they meet and are influenced by Kabir Das, and decide to go straight. They find that it's virtually impossible to earn a living as honest citizens. Then Kabir Das is arrested and imprisoned by a murder he claims he did not commit, and the duo promise to help him, and find out who the real killer is, but they themselves end up getting in trouble.

As Bhavani Shankar Bajpai. Ramprasad is appointed as a house-keeper for Bhavani Shankar Bajpai's ancestral home, won after a hard-fought legal battle. Ramprasad wants to marry Kusum but cannot as he doesn't earn enough or has a decent place to live. Circumstances change and Kusum and her father come and live in the Bhavani Shankar's ancestral home. Bhavani Shankar, his brother and Bhavani Shankar's manager come one by one to evict the trespassers and are infatuated by Kusum. Ramprasad somehow manages to deal with all of them and marries Kusum after assurances to better pay and a nice place to live.

As Prof. Gupta. A teenage girl will not accept her family's attempt to arrange a marriage for her, as her heart is currently too full of love for the movies and heartthrob actor "Dharmendra."

As Kailashpati Trivedi. Kailashpati is a widower, and father of an only son, Ramesh. He feels that his son has come of age, and must get married. He goes to see a number of young ladies for him, but is disappointed with them, as he feels they are too modern, speak English, and listen to foreign music. He feels that Ramesh will be better off marrying a non-English speaking lady, preferably from a small village. But the predicament of Ramesh is that he is already in love with Ramola, a very well qualified, English speaking Doctor, and he knows fully well that she will not be approved by his dad. So Ramesh, Ramola and Lalaji concocts a plot, making Ramola masquerade as a naive, non-English speaking village belle, with hilarious and unpredictable results.

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