What is the actual height of Rajesh Khanna?

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Rajesh Khanna

Wife: Dimple Kapadia (m. 1973–2012)Height: 1.71 m
Died: 18 July 2012, Mumbai
Born: 29 December 1942, Amritsar
What is the actual height of Rajesh Khanna?

Rajesh Khanna was an Indian actor, film producer and politician known for his seraphic work in Hindi cinema. He starred in 15 different hit films in the period from 1969 to 1971, and made a never-breaking record.

In 1966, he started his career with the film "Aakhri Khat". Rajesh Khanna appeared in more than 168 feature films and 12 short films. He also received three Filmfare Best Actor Award and four times BFJA Award for Best Actor (Hindi). Later he was awarded the Filmfare Special Award in 1991 and he received the Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award in 2005. He was the most expensive Indian actor from 1970 to 1987.

What is the actual height of Rajesh Khanna?

Rajesh Khanna is credited as the first superstar of Indian cinema, Rajesh Khanna was born on 29 December 1942 in the Punjab state of Amritsar. Rajesh Khanna's real name is Jatin, whose nurturing was done by Lilavati Chunnilal Khanna. Lilavati Khanna, who was a relative of the biological parents of Rajesh Khanna and he adopted Rajesh Khanna. Rajesh Khanna's biological parents were Lala Hiranand and Chandrani Khanna who had settled in East Pakistan from Amritsar.

What is the actual height of Rajesh Khanna?

He gave 15 solo superhit films in 1969-72 - True False, Imax, Two Paths, Bandhan, Doli, Safar, Kati Kite, Aradhana, Anilo Sajna, Tran, Anand, Dushman, Mehboob's Rosemary, Silence, Elephants, My Partner.

Later in 1972-1975, Amar Prem, Dil Dulal World, Zoro Ka Ghulam, Shahzada, Chefi, My Life Partner, Your Country, Anurag, Stain, Salt Haram, Invisible, Azbebi, Prem Nagar, Roti, Swamy Sworn and Films like love story were also successful.

In 1976-78, the great thief, Chhaliya Babu, the request, Bhola Bhala, Karma were successful. In 1979 he returned with Amar Dip. He gave many successful films till 1980-1991. During 1979-1991, he made many successful cinemas.