Satish Kaushik is a veteran actor and filmmaker in the Indian film industry. He has played a variety of roles in his long career and has been praised for his versatile performances. Some of his best roles are:
1. Calendar in Mr. India (1987) – Satish Kaushik played the iconic character of Calendar, a bumbling journalist who helps the hero of the film, Mr. India, in his fight against the villain Mogambo. Kaushik’s comic timing and endearing portrayal of the character made him a fan favorite.
2. Pappu Pager in Deewana Mastana (1997) – In this comedy film, Kaushik played the role of Pappu Pager, a con artist who gets caught up in a love triangle between two men and a woman. His performance was praised for its humor and energy.
3. Mutthu Swami in Karan Arjun (1995) – Kaushik played the role of Mutthu Swami, a local astrologer who predicts the return of two brothers who were killed in a previous life. His portrayal of the character added a touch of mysticism and suspense to the film.
4. Satish Kaushik played the role of Mamaji (Uncle) in the 1997 Bollywood comedy film “Mr. and Mrs. Khiladi”. Mamaji is the uncle of the film’s protagonist, played by Akshay Kumar, and provides comic relief throughout the film. He is shown as a jovial and talkative character who always has a humorous remark or anecdote to share. Mamaji is also a matchmaker who tries to find a suitable bride for his nephew. Kaushik’s portrayal of Mamaji was praised for its comedic timing and endearing qualities, adding to the film’s overall entertainment value.
5. Chota Pandit in Pardesi Babu (1998) – In this comedy-drama film, Kaushik played the role of Chota Pandit, a struggling music composer who befriends the film’s protagonist. His performance was praised for its heartwarming portrayal of a kind-hearted friend.