K Lal

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K Lal
Born Kantilal Girdharilal Vora
January 1924
Bagasara, Gujarat
Died 23 September 2012(2012-09-23) (aged 88)
Ahmedabad, Gujarat
Other names Lalsaab
Occupation Magician
Spouse(s) Pushpa Vora
Children Harshad Vora (K Lal Jr.)
Priti Vasa
Sonal Shah
Website
www.klal.com

Kantilal Girdharilal Vora (January 1924 – 23 September 2012), popularly known as K Lal, also known as Bhaumik Gupta was an Indian magician. In a career spanning 62 years, he staged over 22,000 shows around the world, performing his last show in July 2012.He and his son(K.Lal Junior) performed together for 32 years.In 1968 I.B.M (U.S.A) gave him the title of World's fastest Magician.He is very famous for his unbelievable items like Head Separated From Body(Talking & Moving),'A Giant Killer Saw','The Flying Lady','Evil Joker'. Paul Daniel,Great magician of U.K. says about K.Lal "He does a stunning illusion show of pure magic." Russian magician Kieo says about K.Lal's show "I have never seen such a giant magnificent show." In 2004 he created a world record of staging 20,600 magic shows. He died at his home in Ahmedabad in September 2012 at the age of 88.[1][2][3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Noted magician K Lal dies in Ahmedabad". The Times of India. 23 September 2012. 
  2. ^ "Master illusionist K.Lal dead". Firstpost.com. 23 September 2012. 
  3. ^ "Master illusionist K Lal passes away". The Indian Express. 24 September 2012.