Satyajeet Puri

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Satyajeet Puri
Born (1960-09-25) 25 September 1960 (age 58)
Years active1966–present

Satyajeet Puri (Hindi: सत्यजीत पूरी; born 25 September 1960) is an Indian actor working in the Hindi film industry. He started his career as a child artist with Satyen Bose-directed Mere Lal, released in 1966.

Personal life[edit]

Satyajeet Puri, son of actor-director Daljeet Puri graduated from Mithibai College. He is married to a Sindhi lady, Rita, and the couple has two children. His younger sister is married to actor-director Puneet Issar.


Satyajeet, a popular child star in the 70s, has been a part of some wonderful films. His debut film is Mere Lal released in 1966. Some of his earlier films are Wapas (1969) and Khilona (1970). Some of his famous works include Anuraag (1972), Hari Darshan (1972), Bidaai (1974), Paheli (1977), etc. As an adult he worked in Arjun' (1985), Khoon Bhari Maang (1988), Shola Aur Shabnam (1992), Dulaara (1994), Zameer (1997), etc.

He is credited as Master Satyajeet, Master Satyajit, Satyajeet Puri, Satyajit Puri, Satyajeet or Satyajit in cast credits of his movies.

Satyajeet is making a film on life of Indian hockey legend Major Dhyan Chand. Shahrukh Khan is likely to be cast as Dhyan chand.[1]


Regional filmography[edit]

Film Year Role Language
Khamma Mara Veera 1976 Naag Bhai Gujarati
Shaheed Kartar Singh Sarabha 1977 Kartar Singh Punjabi
Mhari Pyari Chanana 1983 Ramu Rajasthani

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