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Bharat Bhushan: Bollywood's original chocolate boy suffered many tragedies but this is how he will be remembered

Poet, singer, musician, prince, saint or king. These were the roles that mostly came his way due to his looks. He looked just perfect while playing these sensitive roles that made him extremely successful in the 1950s and 1960s.

The 1970s were far from kind to him and later, he sank into poverty and oblivion. It is his 99th birth anniversary today (June 14). This celebrated actor, the original chocolate hero of the Hindi film industry, was Bharat Bhushan, who had become quite a rage, especially among female fans, after he (1952).

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