|BIRTHDAY||10 August, 1917|
|BIRTH PLACE||Sultanpur , Uttar Pradesh|
|AGE (in 1959)||42 Years Old|
Prem Adib, born on 10th August 1917 in Sultanpur, Uttar Pradesh was an ace Indian film actor in the era of 1940’s.
The veteran actor is known to have enjoyed immense fame and success during his career. He grabbed the top spot in film industry in 1940’s along with legendary greats like Ashok Kumar, Pahadi Sanyal, P.C. Barua and many others. His debut film was ‘Talaq(1938)’ but his shot to fame came after he portrayed Lord Rama on screen in his Movie ‘Bharat Milap (1942)’ and ‘Ram Rajya (1946)’.
His on screen partnership with Shobana Samarth was idolized as Reel Life ‘Ram and Sita’. He was so popular those days that his portray of ‘Ram’ was clicked for calendars in that era. His movie Ram Rajya is believed to be the only movie that was watched by The Great ‘Mahatma Gandhi’.
Prem Narayan (Original Name) was born to a Kashmiri Pandit family. His surname ‘Adib’ was conferred to his family by ‘Wajid Ali Shah’. He married Krishna Kumari in 1943.
Prem Adib died on 25-12-1959 in Mumbai, Maharastra, India, Aged 42.
|DEATHDAY||DEATH PLACE||DEATH COUNTRY|
|25 December, 1959||Mumbai, Maharashtra||India|