Rajesh Khanna Height Weight, Age, Wife, Family, Wiki, Biography, Affair, Profile

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Rajesh Khanna  (Actor) Height, Weight, Age, Wiki, Wife, Biography, Family.  Rajesh Khanna is an Indian Film Actor. He was born on 29 December 1942 in Amritsar, Punjab, India. He works in Bollywood Film Industry. He made his debut with Film in Film: Aakhri Khat (1966). Playback Singing: “O Mere Sajna, O Mere Balma” in film ‘Baharo k Sapne’ with Lata Mangeshkar. Political: Rajesh Khanna started campaigning for the Indian National Congress (INC) in 1984.

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Rajesh Khanna Height Weight, Age, Wife, Family, Wiki, Biography, Affair, Profile

Biography
Real Name
Rajesh Khanna
Nickname
Kaka, First Indian Super Star
Profession
Actor and Producer, Politician
Date of Birth (Age)
29 December 1942
Birthplace
Amritsar, Punjab, India
Nationality
Indian
Star Sign/ Zodiac Sign
Capricorn
Date of Death
18 July 2012
Hometown
Mumbai, Maharashtra
Religion
Hinduism
Marital status
Married
Debut
Film: Aakhri Khat (1966)
Playback Singing: “O Mere Sajna, O Mere Balma” in film ‘Baharo k Sapne’ with Lata Mangeshkar
Political: Rajesh Khanna started campaigning for the Indian National Congress (INC) in 1984.

Rajesh Khanna Height and Weight

Rajesh Khanna Height is 178 Cm and 5’ 10” Inches.  Rajesh Khanna Weight is 70 Kgs/(154 lbs). The body measurements of  Rajesh Khannaare chest, Waist, BicepsUpdated soon.  Rajesh Khanna Eye color is Black and Hair color is White.

Height & Weight
Height in Centimeters
173 Cm
Height in Inches
5’ 8”
Weight in Kilograms
88 kg
Weight in Pounds
194 lbs
Body Measurements
Chest Size
Not Available
Waist Size
Not Available
Biceps Size
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Shoe Size
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Eye Color
Black
Hair Color
White

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Rajesh Khanna Family And Relatives

Rajesh Khanna Family.  Rajesh Khanna Father name is Lala Hiranand, Chunnilal Khanna (Adoptive Father) and He is a Biological Father, Headmaster.  Rajesh Khanna Mother name is Chandrani Khanna (Biological Mother), Leelawati Khanna (Adoptive Mother).  Rajesh Khanna has one sister Kamla and he has no brothers.  Rajesh Khanna wife name is Dimple Kapadia, Actress (m. March 1973, div. April 1982).  Rajesh Khanna has two daughters and her name is Twinkle Khanna, Interior Designer, and Actress, Rinke Khanna, she is an Actress, Rajesh Khanna has no son.

 Family and Relatives
Father
Lala Hiranand (Biological Father, Headmaster),
Chunnilal Khanna (Adoptive Father)
Mother
Chandrani Khanna (Biological Mother) Leelawati Khanna (Adoptive Mother)
Brother
Not Available
Sisters
Kamla
Girlfriend/Affair
Anju Mahendru, Fashion designer and Actress (1968-1972)
Tina Ambani, Actress (1980-1987)
Anita Advani (Rumoured)
Wife
Dimple Kapadia, Actress (m. March 1973, div. April 1982)
Son
Not Available
Daughter
Twinkle Khanna, Interior Designer, and Actress
Rinke Khanna, Actress

Rajesh Khanna Educational, School, and College

Rajesh Khanna Education Qualification B.A. Graduate, he completed at Nowrosjee Wadia College, Pune K.C. College, Mumbai.  Rajesh Khanna has completed School education at St. Sebastian’s Gaon High School, Mumbai

Education & School, College
Educational Qualification
Bachelor of Arts
School
St. Sebastian’s Gaon High School, Mumbai
College / University
Nowrosjee Wadia College, Pune K.C. College, Mumbai

Rajesh Khanna Favorite Things and Hobbies

Rajesh Khanna favorite actor is Guru Dutt, Dilip Kumar. And the Favorite actress is Meena Kumari, Geeta Bali. The Hobbies of  Rajesh Khannaare Reading Horoscope, Cooking and the favorite food of  Rajesh Khanna is Updated soon.

Favorites Things
Favorite Actor
Favorite Actress
Meena Kumari, Geeta Bali
Favorite Place
Not Available
Favorite Colour
Red
Favorite Food
Not Available
Favorite Movie
Not Available
Hobbies
Reading Horoscope, Cooking

Rajesh Khanna Net Worth and Salary

Money Factor
Net Worth
Not Available
Salary
Not Available

Rajesh Khanna Movies and Awards

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Rajesh Khanna Movies and Awards Information Below

Year
Film
Role
Notes
1966
Aakhri Khat
Govind
1967
Raaz
Kumar / Sunil
Dual Role
1967
Baharon Ke Sapne
Ramaiya
1967
Aurat
Suresh
Remake of 1966 Tamil movie ‘Chitthi
1968
Shrimanji
Himself
Special Appearance
1969
Aradhana
Arun / Suraj Prasad Saxena (Dual Role)
Nominated for the Filmfare Award for Best Actor.
Remade as Sivakamiyin Selvan
1969
Ittefaq
Dilip Roy
Nominated for Filmfare Award for Best Actor
Nominated for BFJA Awards for Best Actor
1969
Doli
Amar Kumar
1969
Bandhan
Dharmchand “Dharma”
1969
Do Raaste
Satyan Gupta
1969
Khamoshi
Mr. Arun Choudhury (Patient #24)
1970
The Train
CID Inspector Shyam Kumar
Remake of 1967 film Cochin Express and Tamil movie Neelagiri Express
1970
Sachaa Jhutha
Bhola / Ranjit Kumar (Dual Role)
Won the Filmfare Award for Best Actor.
Remade in Tamil as Ninaithadhai Mudippavan.
1970
Safar
Avinash
Nominated for BFJA Awards for Best Actor
1970
Aan Milo Sajna
Ajit
1971
Kati Patang
Kamal Sinha
Nominated for Filmfare Award for Best Actor 
1971
Anand
Anand Sehgal
Won Filmfare Award for Best Actor
Won BFJA Awards for Best Actor
Won All-India Critics Association (AICA) Best Actor Award
1971
Andaz
Raj
Guest appearance
1971
Maryada
Raja Babu / Rajan Ram Bahadur
1971
Chhoti Bahu
Madhu
Remake of Telugu film Muddu Bidda by K.B.Tilak
1971
Haathi Mere Saathi
Raj Kumar “Raju”
Remade in Tamil as Nalla Neram
1971
Guddi
Himself
Special Appearance
1971
Mehboob Ki Mehndi
Yusuf
Stakeholder in the production
1971
Badnaam Farishte
Lawyer
Special Appearance
1972
Dushman
Surjit Singh / Dushman
Nominated for Filmfare Award for Best Actor
Nominated for BFJA Awards for Best Actor
1972
Amar Prem
Anand Babu
Nominated for Filmfare Award for Best Actor
Won All-India Critics Association (AICA) Best Actor Award
1972
Apna Desh
Akash Chandra
Remake of 1969 Tamil film Nam Naadu
1972
Dil Daulat Duniya
Vijay
Remake of 1948 film Pugree directed by Prem Narayan Arora.
1972
Bawarchi
Raghu (Bawarchi)
Won the BFJA Awards for Best Actor
1972
Joroo Ka Ghulam
Rajesh
1972
Mere Jeevan Saathi
Prakash
1972
Maalik
Raju
1972
Shehzada
Rajesh
Remake of Idhu Sathiyam
1972
Anuraag
Gangaram
Supporting role
1973
Raja Rani
Raja
1973
Daag: A Poem of Love
Sunil Kohli
Nominated for Filmfare Award for Best Actor
1973
Namak Haraam
Somnath (Somu) / Chander Singh
Won BFJA Awards for Best Actor
1973
Bangaru Babu
Special Appearance in Telugu Film
1973
Bombay Superstar
Himself
BBC made a documentary film on Rajesh Khanna
Screened as part of Man Alive Series in 1973.
1974
Avishkaar
Amar
Won 1975 Filmfare Award for Best Actor
1974
Humshakal
Ram / Laxman (Dual Role)
Remade in Tamil as Oorukku Uzhaippavan.
The remake of Baalu Belagithu.
1974
Aap Ki Kasam
Kamal Bhatnagar
Nominated for BFJA Awards for Best Actor. The remake of Vaazhve Mayam
1974
Prem Nagar
Chhotey Kunver Karan U. Singh
Nominated for 1975 Filmfare Award for Best Actor
Remake of 1971 Telugu film Prem Nagar
1974
Ajnabee
Rohit Kumar Saxena
1974
Roti
Mangal Singh
Co-Produced by Rajesh Khanna
Nominated for the 1975 BFJA Awards for Best Actor
1974
Badhti Ka Naam Dadhi
Special Appearance
1975
Prem Kahani
Rajesh Kamleshwar Narain
Nominated for BFJA Awards for Best Actor
1975
Aakraman
Karnail Singh
Special Appearance
1976
Sawa Lakh Se Ek Ladaun
Qawwali Singer
Special Appearance in Punjabi Film
1976
Maha Chor
Raju Khan / Rajeshwar A. Singh / Johnny Fernandes (Dual Role)
1976
Bundal Baaz
Rajaram “Goku” “Raja”
1976
Ginny Aur Johnny
Inspector
Special Appearance
1976
Mehbooba
Prakash / Suraj
Nominated for BFJA Awards for Best Actor
1977
Tyaag
Chetan
1977
Karm
Arvind Kumar
1977
Chhailla Babu
Babu Chhailla
Won All-India Critics Association (AICA) Best Actor Award
1977
Chalta Purza
Amar Gupta
1977
Anurodh
Arun Choudhury / Sanjay Kumar / Pritam Nath Ghayal
Nominated for BFJA Awards for Best Actor
1977
Aashiq Hoon Baharon Ka
Ashok Sharma
1977
Aaina
Ashok J. Rao
Special Appearance
1977
Hatyara
Special Appearance
1977
Tinku
Special Appearance
1977
Palkon Ki Chhaon Mein
Ravi Raj Sinha (Dak Babu)
Remade as Welcome to Sajjanpur
1978
Chakravyuha
Amit Narayan
Nominated for BFJA Awards for Best Actor
1978
Bhola Bhala
Ram Kumar Verma / Nathu “Nathiya” Singh
Double Role
1978
Naukri
Ranjit Gupta “Ronu”
1979
Naya Bakra
Person Visiting Coutesean
Special Appearance
1979
Cinema Cinema
Special Appearance
1979
Muqabla
Qawwali Singer
Special Appearance
1979
Janata Havaldar
Janta Prasad/Jantu/ Janta Hawaldar
1979
Shaitan Mujrim
Special Appearance
1979
Amar Deep
Raja / Sonu
Nominated for Filmfare Award for Best Actor
Nominated for BFJA Awards for Best Actor
1979
Prem Bandhan
Kishan / Mohan Khanna
1980
Phir Wohi Raat
Dr. Vijay
1980
Bandish
Kishan
1980
Thodisi Bewafaii
Arun Kumar Choudhary
Nominated for Filmfare Award for Best Actor
1980
Red Rose
Anand
Remake of 1978 Tamil film Sigappu Rojakkal
1980
Aanchal
Shambhu
Nominated for BFJA Awards for Best Actor
1981
Kudrat
Mohan Kapoor / Madho
Won All-India Critics Association (AICA) Best Actor Award
Nominated for BFJA Awards for Best Actor.
1981
Sundara Satarkar
Special Appearance in Marathi film
1981
Dhanwan
Vijaykumar Saxena
Nominated for BFJA Awards for Best Actor
1981
Dard
Deepak Srivastav / Vikas “Vicky” (Dual Role)
Nominated for Filmfare Award for Best Actor
Won the Lion’s Club Award for Best Actor in Delhi.
1981
Naseeb
Himself
Special Appearance
1981
Bharosa
1981
Fiffty Fiffty
Kishan Singh
1981
Khoon Aur Paani
Special Appearance
1982
Dil-E-Nadaan
Anand
Remake of Tamil film Ilamai Oonjal Aadukirathu
1982
Ashanti
Police Inspector Kumar Chandra Singh
1982
Suraag
Qawwali Singer
Special Appearance
1982
Rajput
Dhirendra Singh
1982
Dharam Kanta
Ram / Shanker
1982
Ayaash
Special Appearance
1982
Disco Dancer
Master Raju
Supporting role
1983
Jaanwar
Raju
1983
Nishaan
1983
Souten
Shyam Mohit
Nominated for BFJA Awards for Best Actor
1983
Avtaar
Avtaar Krishen
Nominated for Filmfare Award for Best Actor
Nominated for BFJA Awards for Best Actor
Won All-India Critics Association (AICA) Best Actor Award.
Remade in Telugu as O Thandri Teerpu in 1985.
1983
Agar Tum Na Hote
Ashok Mehra
1983
Film Hi Film
Special Appearance
1984
Paapi Pet Ka Sawaal Hai
1984
Dharm Aur Qanoon
Justice Diwan / Rajan
Double Role
1984
Awaaz
Advocate Jayant
Nominated for BFJA Awards for Best Actor
1984
Aaj Ka M.L.A. Ram Avtar
Ram Avtaar
Won All-India Critics Association (AICA) Best Actor Award
Nominated for BFJA Awards for Best Actor
1984
Asha Jyoti
Deepak Chander
1984
Maqsad
Rajeshwar
1984
Naya Kadam
Ramu
1985
Oonche Log
Rai Bahadur Rajdev Singh / Raju /Jagdev Singh/
1985
Zamana
Inspector Vinod S. Kumar
1985
Hum Dono
Raja / Dr. Shekhar (Dual Role)
Nominated for BFJA Awards for Best Actor.
Remake of 1979 Telugu Film Sommokadidhi Sokkadidhi
1985
Masterji
Masterji
Remake of 1983 Tamil film Mundhanai Mudichu
1985
Insaaf Main Karoonga
Captain Ravi Khanna
1985
Durgaa
Advocate
Special Appearance
1985
Aakhir Kyon?
Alok Nath
1985
Bewafai
Ashok Nath
1985
Alag Alag
Neeraj
Produced by Rajesh Khanna
1985
Babu
Babu
Remake of 1971 Tamil film Babu.
Nominated for BFJA Awards for Best Actor
1985
Ram Tere Kitne Nam
Himself
Special Appearance
1985
Aar Paar
Himself
Special Appearance
1985
Bayen Haath Ka Khel
1985
Awara Baap
1986
Shatru
Inspector Ashok Sharma
1986
Om
1986
Waapsi
1986
Mohabbat Ki Kasam
Krishna
1986
Angaaray
Ravi
1986
Amrit
Amrit Lal Sharma
Won BFJA Awards for Best Actor
Won All-India Critics Association (AICA) Best Actor Award
1986
Adhikar
Vishal
Nominated for BFJA Awards for Best Actor
1986
Nasihat
1986
Anokha Rishta
Robert Bob
Remake of Kanamarayathu
1987
Sitapur Ki Geeta
Ramu
Special Appearance, Dubbed into Bhojpuri
1987
Nazrana (1987 film)
Rajat Verma
1987
Awam
Captain Amar Kumar
Nominated for BFJA Awards for Best Actor
1987
Goraa
1987
Raj Kapoor
Himself
1988
Woh Phir Aayegi
1988
Vijay
Ajit Bhardwaj
Supporting Role
1989
Main Tera Dushman
Shankar
Guest Artist
1989
Mamta ki Chhaon Mein
Special Appearance
1989
Police Ke Peechhe Police
Produced by Rajesh Khanna
1989
Ghar Ka Chiraag
Kumar
1989
Paap Ka Ant
Special Appearance
Special Appearance
1990
Swarg
Mr. Kumar
1990
Jai Shiv Shankar
Produced by Rajesh Khanna; Remake of Vartha
1990
Dushman
Special Appearance
1991
Ghar Parivar
1991
Rupaye Dus Karod
1991
Begunah
Jeevanlal “J.V.”
Remade as Mahanadi (film)
1994
Khudai
Raj Anand
Won the Best Actor Award at Russian Film Festival
1994
Birodh
Shatru dubbed and released in Bangladesh
1995
Kis Kaam Ke Yeh Rishte
1996
Sautela Bhai
Master Tulsiram
1999
Aa Ab Laut Chalen
Balraj Khanna
2001
Pyaar Zindagi Hai
Hridaynath
Remake of Aasai
2002
Kyaa Dil Ne Kahaa
Siddharth
Supporting role
2006
Jaana… Let’s Fall in Love
Hamid
Special Appearance
2007
Om Shanti Om
Himself
His face used through graphics
2008
Wafa: A Deadly Love Story
Amritlal Chopra
2010
Do Dilon Ke Khel Mein
Joginder Singh
Supporting role
2012
Jaanleva Black Blood
CID
Delayed, Yet to be released
2014
Riyasat
Saheb
Released on 18 July 2014

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Aashirwad, Carter Road, Bandra, Mumbai
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