Bollywood actor Laxmikant Berde made his Bollywood debut with Salman Khan’s film Maine Pyaar Kiya. After this, the character of Lallu i.e. Lallu Prasad, who played him in Hum Aapke Hain Kaun, is still remembered by the audience. Today, even though Laxmikant is not among us, he still rules over millions of hearts. Today is the 16th death anniversary of Salman Khan’s co-star Laxmikant Burde. On this occasion, today we tell you some stories related to the life of this star –
Bollywood actor and comedian Laxmikant Barde was well known for his comic style. Although he is no longer in this world. Know that Laxmikant was fond of acting since childhood. He belonged to a middle-class family and grew up in Chawl. He used to participate in drama in school too. He used to act in his childhood from the Ganesh festival as well.
Laxmikant Berde joined Mumbai Marathi Sathiya Sangha Production House to pursue a career in acting. After joining this, he started getting side roles in Marathi films. For some time Berde did the side roll. Then he got a job in a Marathi film ‘Toor Toor’.
Talking about personal life, Lakshmikant got his first marriage to a girl named Ruhi. Roohi also worked in the film ‘Hum Aapke Hain Kaun’. After some time, both of them separated without taking divers.
After this, he fell in love with actress Priya Arun. While dating, he married Priya without telling Ruhi in 1998. Priya and Laxmikant worked together in several films.
Laxmikant never mentioned about his second marriage. Laxmikant and Priya had two children, Swanandi and Abhinaya. Later Laxmikant also had his production house under the name of ‘Abhinay Arts’.
Their children were quite young when Laxmi Kant Berde died. His wife raised children alone. His daughter Swanandi is a famous actress of Marathi cinema.
Laxmikant Barde has worked in many Hindi films as well as Marathi. Laxmikant made 200 films in his career. Among these, my wife’s answer is no, confused, hidden Rustom, daughter number one, Papa the Great, Rajaji, Janam, Karo Hai, Dil Kya Kare, Jamir, Forever, Kahar, Humans, Hum Aapke Hain Sanam, Pyaar Deewana Hota Hai, Hello Girls , Mangle, Chhupa Rustom, Beti, Dil Ka Kya Kasoor, Saajan, Pratikar and Trinetra.
Laxmikant said goodbye to the world at the age of just 50 years. On 16 December 2004, Laxmikant died due to kidney failure. Laxmikant was also a good Garun player and guitar player.