Dalip Tahil initially manufactured his foray into theatres in Prithvi Theatre’s bestselling play Pakke Dhagge contrary Sanjana Kapoor daughter of Shashi Kapoor. He then got a minor role in the 1974 National Award winning movie Ankur. He went onto acting in small and minor roles in films like Trishul (as the henchman of Prem Chopra’s Character) and Kaala Patthar (as a mineworking friend of Sharat Saxena’s character).
In 1980, he got a crack in Shaan as a minor villain. This was followed by a small role in Richard Attenborough’s Gandhi in which he quickly appeared as a freedom associate of Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru.
|Day of Birth||thirty-October-1952|
|Put of Birth||Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India|