He started his career in 1938 as a film journalist with Cine Herald, a film-monthly published in Lahore, he later took over the magazine and ran it until 1947 . In the same year, he launched a film with a story by I. S. Johar, Chandni Chowk,,,Naeem Hashmi was hero of this movie and Erika ( Rukhshi)was heroin . Just as the production of film was to start, riots broke out in Lahore and he and his family had to flee from the city. After the partition of India into Indiaand Pakistan in 1947, he moved to Delhi. He later moved to Bombay (Mumbai), where his first production, Karwat, began in 1948, though it turned out to be a flop. His first film as a director, Afsana, was released in 1951 and featured Ashok Kumar in a double role - the film was a hit and established his name in Bollywood. Chopra made Chandni Chowk, with Meena Kumari as a lead, in 1954. In 1955, B.R. formed his own production house, B.R Films. His first movie for this production house was the highly successful Naya Daur (1957) starring Dilip Kumar andVyjayantimala Bali, the film became a golden jubilee hit.
B.R. was instrumental in developing the career of singer Mahendra Kapoor, and employed Mahendra in most of his movies. (Director-producerYash Choprā, a brother of B.R., cast Mahendra Kapoor's son in Fasle.)
B.R.'s foray into television led to Mahabharat, one of the most successful TV serials in Indian television history. Another of his memorable TV drama is Bahadur Shah Zafar.
He received many prestigious awards during his lifetime. His major awards are:
1962: Filmfare Best Director Award: Kanoon
1998: Dādāsāheb Phālke Award
2003: Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award
2008: Phalke Ratna Award by the Dadasaheb Phalke Academy
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