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Puneet Issar is an Indian actor and director, most famous for his role as Duryodhana in the TV adaptation of the Mahabharata. He started his career with the movie Coolie in 1983. During the filming if this movie, he had accidentaly injured Amitabh Bachchan nearly fately. Issar starred as a villain in several movies(over 200 hindi films and 100 regional) during the 1980's and 1990s, like zakhmi aurat,jagruti,kal ki aawaz,pale khan,Teja,premshakti and many more which include the Mohanlal starrers Yodha and Pingami, Salman khan starer's ' sanam bewafa ','chandramukhi' and 'suriyavanshi' Akshay kumar starer 'aashant'and multy starer's like 'kshatriyia'. He also played a villan in sharukh khan starer, 'ram jane'.He appeared in the hit war film 'border'.In 2004, he directed the movie Garv: Pride and Honour starring Salman Khan. He also starred in rescent movies,like Krrish,Partner,Aryan and many more. He played the Indian Superman in 1987, a Bollywood spoof of the Hollywood movies. He played the second lead in the cult indian horror film,'Purana Mandir'in 1983. He has also directed T.V serials such as 'hindustani' and 'jai mata ki' staring hema malini. He has stared in over 12 T.V serials like jonoon, sahil, noor jahaan, vikram or beetaal and mamy more.He on has appeared in over 1800 episodes on indian television.He played the role of King Bimbisara in the forthcoming feature film Gautama Buddha - The Life and Times of Gautama Buddha. He also starred in Left Right Left of the Indian Channel Sab TV.He has also worked in number of Punjabi films such as Rab Ne Banayian Jodiyan and many south indian films such as 'Indera the tiger'and 'the gentelman'. He is currently directing his next film, 'i am singh'.

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