He was a man who impressed audiences with the songs: Shola Jo Bhadke or had the audience dancing to his tune with Bhole Surat Dil Ke Khote. He will always be remembered for his romantic mysticism. He started as a junior artist. He then became one of the most sought after comedians of his time. He was known for acting and dancing that use to is emulate his day. He was born as Bhagwan Abhaji Palav in Bombay in 1913. His father was a poor mill worker. He dropped out of school after primary education and then he started doing odd jobs and devoted himself to bodybuilding, as he wanted to join the movies. He got his first break in the film 'Bewafa Aashiqui’ with the producer Siraj Ali Hakim. He co-directed his first film Bahadur Kisan. He played small roles in movies like: Jalan, Dosti, Criminal and Bhedi Bengal. But, his movie 'Albela' turned out to be the blockbuster. After the success of Albela, his films: Jhamela and Rangeela turned out to be big disasters. His last movie was 'Nache Nagin Gali Gali' wherein he played a cameo. He spent his days in poverty even though he worked in more than 400 movies. He had also suffered from a paralytic stroke. He died on February 4’2002 in miserable conditions, lonely and a sad man.