Sunil Lahri

Sunil Lahri (also called Sunil Lahiri or Sunil Lehri) is an Indian actor. He is most famous for appearing in the television works of Ramanand Sagar, beginning with his most famous role as Lakshman in Ramayan. Before Ramayan, he appeared in some stories of Vikram aur Betaal and Dada-Dadi Ki Kahaniyan.

Sunil Lahri
Born
Damoh,MP, India
OccupationActor
Years active1985 – present
Known forLakshman in Ramayan

He has also done a major rol.e in the 1991 musical Baharon Ke Manzil.[1] He portrayed 2nd Lieutenant Rama Raghoba Rane in 1990 TV series Param Vir Chakra. In 2017, he had also appeared in a Hindi movie A Daughter's Tale Pankh. In 2012 Sunil donated his dad's deceased body to the department of forensics of JK Medical college in Bhopal.[2] His father Dr Shikar Chandra Lahiri was a doctor and also a professor in a medical college so he understood the issues students face in their studies because of absence of accessibility of human anatomy so he wrote in his will that after his passing his body ought to be given to the medical students in order to help them in their studies.

References

  1. "Baharon Ke Manzil Film details". IBOS. Retrieved 2 October 2014.
  2. "Sunil Lahiri donates fathers body". Retrieved 11 November 2015.

Sunil Lahri on IMDb


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