Paidi Jai Raj Naidu is the first person to get Dada Saheb Phalke Award among Telugu People

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Paidi Jai Raj Naidu is the first person to get Dada Saheb Phalke Award among Telugu People

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Dadasaheb Phalke Award -( 1980) గ్రహీత . మొట్టమొదటి తెలుగు బిడ్డ. మన కాపు బిడ్డ .

Paidi Jairaj, ( పైడి జైరాజ్) (born Paidipati Jairula Naidu – 28 September 1909 – 11 August 2000) was an Indian film, character actor, director and producer known for his works predominantly in Hindi cinema, and few Urdu, Marathi, and Gujarati films. During the talkie period, from 1931 onwards, he started with Shikari in Urdu and English languages. Subsequently he became one of the leading actors for about two decades along with Shantaram, Prithviraj Kapoor, Motilal etc. He was starred in about 170 feature films. He directed a few films like Mohar, Mala (1943), Pratima, Rajghar and Saagar (1951) which he produced. In 1980, He was honored with the Dadasaheb Phalke Award the highest award for films in India, for his contributions to Indian cinema.

Early life and career:
Jairaj was born in Karimnagar, Hyderabad State (of which the present day Telangana State was a part) on 28 September 1909. A close relative (Nephew) of Sarojini Naidu, They were three brothers – P.Sundarraj Naidu, P. Deendayal Naidu ( Artist), P.Jairaj was the Youngest.[2] Jairaj developed interest in films during his graduate studies at Nizam College and left for Bombay in 1929.[4] He made his acting debut in 1929 with the silent film Star Kling Youth, and subsequently he acted in about eleven silent films including Triangle of Love, Mathru Bhoomi, All for Lover, Mahasagar Mothi, Flight into Death, My Hero etc.

Personal life

He married a Punjabi woman, Savithri. He had two sons and three daughters. He died in Mumbai on 11 August 2000.

Awards
National Film Awards
Dadasaheb Phalke Award – 1980
Filmography
Actor
1930: Jagmagti Jawani
1932: Shikari
1933: Maya Jaal, Patit Pawan, Aurat Ka Dil
1934: Mazdoor
1935: Sher Dil Aurat, Jeevan Natak
1937: Toofani Khazana
1938: Bhabhi
1938: Madhur Milan
1939: Jugari, Leatherface
1940: Chambe Di Kali
1941: Prabhat, Mala, Swami
1942: Nai Duniya, Khilona, Tamanna
1943: Nai Kahani, Hamari Baat, Prem Sangeet
1944: Panna
1945: Rahat
1946: Shahjehan, Salgirah, Rajputani
1947: Manmani
1948: Sajan Ka Ghar, Anjuman, Azadi Ki Raah Par
1949: Darogaji, Roomal, Singaar, Amar Kahani
1951: Rajput, Saagar
1952: Lal Kunwar
1954: Baadbaan
1955: Teerandaz, Insaniyat
1956: Parivar, Hatim Tai
1957: Mumtaz Mahal, Journey Beyond Three Seas (Pardesi)
1959: Char Dil Char Raahein
1960: Return of Mr. Superman (Mr. Superman ki Wapsi)
1960: Lal Quila
1961: Razia Sultana, Aas Ka Panchhi, Jai Chitod
1962: Pick Pocket
1963: Nine Hours to Rama
1964: Khufia Mahal
1965: Baghi Haseena
1966: Maya
1967: Baharon Ke Sapne
1968: Neel Kamal
1970: Gunah Aur Kanoon, Jeevan Mrityu
1971: Nadaan, Chhoti Bahu
1972: Shehzada
1973: Gehri Chaal, Suraj Aur Chanda, Chhalia, Naag Mere Saathi
1974: Chor Chor, Faslah,
1975: Sholay (Police Commissioner), Kala Sona, Dharmatma, Jogidas Khuman, Himalay Se Ooncha, Toofan
1976: Hera Pheri, Charas, Bairaag, Naag Champa
1977: Chhailla Babu, Kachcha Chor
1978: Muqaddar Ka Sikandar, Don, Aakhri Daku, Khoon Ka Badla Khoon
1979: Ahimsa, Nagin Aur Suhagan
1980: Jyoti Bane Jwala, Chunaoti, Jazbaat
1981: Fiffty Fiffty, Khoon Aur Paani, Kranti
1983: Ardh Satya, Masoom, Karate, Pukar
1984: Bindiya Chamkegi, Unchi Uraan
1986: Zinda Laash
1988: Khoon Bhari Maang
1992: Lambu Dada
1994: Betaaj Badshah
1995: God and GuN
Director[edit]
1945: Pratima
1951: Saagar
1959: Mohar

Note: అక్కినేని నాగేశ్వర రావు కి Dadasaheb Phalke అవార్డు – 1990 లో వచ్చింది.

 

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