Hello friends! A warm welcome to all of you on our entertainment-filled channel. Friends, before we proceed, I request you to follow the above button and follow us. Friends, in this article today we are talking about the versatile actor and superstar of Bollywood, Amrish Puri, who immortalized himself in every role he played in his film career, be it Mogambo or General Dang Be a character of Let us tell you that at the age of 40, Amrish Puri, who entered the world of acting in Hindi cinema at the age of 40, came a period when every commercial film of Hindi cinema had Amrish Puri. Was necessary. On his birthday, let us know about 15 special characters of Mogambo i.e. Amrish Puri, which describes his entire acting journey ……
1.gd Thakral (film-Meri Jung): Advocate GD played by Amrish Puri in the 1985 film directed by Subhash Ghai. Thakral's character is one of Amrish Puri's best characters. At this time, the pair of Subhash Ghai and Amrish Puri had settled on the film screen. Amrish Puri was working in the fourth consecutive film being directed by Subhash Ghai. The film featured Amrish Puri as well as Anil Kapoor, Meenakshi Seshadri, Nutan, Javed Jaffrey and Parikshit Sahni in the lead roles. In this film, Amrish Puri fought a lot of legal tricks with Anil Kapoor. Amrish Puri was awarded the title of Filmfare Best Supporting Actor for his outstanding performance in Thakral. After this Amrish Puri and Subhash Ghai worked together in many more films. The director of Amrish Puri's last film Krishna was Subhash Ghai.
2.Bhujangang Bhairo Singh (film- Tridev 1989): Amrish Puri once again poses as a dangerous and scary villain in the film Tridev, starring actors like Sunny Deol, Madhuri Dixit, Jackie Shroff, Naseeruddin Shah, Sangeeta Bijlani and Anupan Kher. Returns. In the film Tridev directed by Rajeev Rai, Bhairo Singh's character was different from all the characters. The film earned a total of three Filmfare Awards this year. Amrish Puri was nominated for Filmfare Best Supporting Actor for his brilliant performance.
3.Chunia Chand (Film- Saudagar 1991): In 1991, Amrish Puri worked once again under the direction of Subhash Ghai. It was a big challenge for Amrish Puri to become an influential villain in front of two of the biggest actors of that era, Dilip Kumar and Rajkumar, yet bypassing all these challenges, Amrish Puri performed the character of Chuniya Chand aka Chuniya Mama in the best way and The film was also a superhit. Amrish Puri was nominated for Filmfare Best Villain for playing the strong villain in the film. It was from this film that Subhash Ghai received his only Filmfare Award as Best Director.
4.Rangal Dang (Film- Tehelka 1992): Amrish Puri once again appeared as a dreaded villain Jarnal Dang in the film Tehelka, based on the 1968 Hollywood film Where Eagles Dare. Directed by Anil Sharma, the film featured Amrish Puri as well as several actors in the lead roles like Dharmendra, Mukesh Khanna, Aditya Pancholi, Javed Jaffrey and Shikha Swaroop. In this film, Amrish Puri's dialogue- 'Dang Kabah Rong Nahin Hota' became popular and it remains the people's choice even today. The star-studded film proved to be a hit and was the fifth highest grossing film of 1992.
5.Justice Gopichand Verma (1992): With his bold voice and creepy eyes, he appeared in a different character in the film Muskan, directed by Amrish Puri Priyadarshan, who has made a mark in Villain in Hindi cinema. The Hindi remake of the South Indian film Kilukkam, this film was Priyadarshan's first film as a director. For Amrish Puri, who played the villain in Hindi cinema, playing the role of a perfect father, Justice Gopichand Verma, was a challenging task, but where Amrish Puri was afraid of any challenge. He also played this character well. The film featured Amrish Puri with Jai Mehta, Revathi, Jagdeep and Annu Kapoor in the lead roles. After this film, Amrish Puri came to be regarded as a good actor for characters other than villains.
6.Mhesar Dalal : A book based on the famous writer of Hindi literature, Dharmveer Bharti's book Sooraj's Seventh Horse, was a different film from Amrish Puri's other commercial films, though Amrish Puri appeared in his famous avatar in the film. In this film made by the National Film Development Corporation of India, Amrish Puri played the role of a broker named Mahesar Dalal. Directed by Shyam Benegal, the film had Ranjith Kapoor, Neena Gupta, Amrish Puri and Rajeshwari Sachdev in the lead roles. Amrish Puri was awarded the title of Best Actor at the Sydney Film Festival for his strong performance in the film. With this, the film was also given the National Film Award in the year 1993.
7. Barrister Indrajit Chadha (Film- Damini 1993): Directed by Rajkumar Santoshi, this film is counted among the best films based on women's issues so far. Adorned with stars like Sunny Deol, Rishi Kapoor, Meenakshi Seshadri, Paresh Rawal and Amrish Puri, Amrish Puri once again appeared in court wearing a black coat. The character of barrister Inderjit Chadha was very important in the film and Amrish Puri played the character as resolutely. He was nominated for the 1994 Filmfare Best Villain Award because of Amrish Puri's superb performance. The film won 4 Filmfare Awards in total, including Best Film of the Year.
8. Havildar Purushottam Sathe (Film - Gurdish 1993): Amrish Puri, who has so far earned fame as a villain and father, was seen in the film Gardish under the direction of Priyadarshan as a Pulwale Havildar Purushottam Sathe. This time Amrish Puri was in the role of an honest Puliwale as well as a responsible father. In the film Gardish, Amrish Puri was accompanied by Jackie Shroff, Aishwarya, Dimple Kapadia, Raj Babbar and Farida Jalal in the lead role. The film was a super hit and was again nominated for the Amrish Puri Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award. Apart from this, two Filmfare Awards film Gardish has made its name.
9. Thakur Durjan Singh (film- Karan Arjun 1995): In the film Karan Arjun, directed by Rakesh Roshan, two Khans of Hindi cinema, Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan appeared together, but the story of the film was incomplete without a strong villain. Amrish Puri completed it. In the character of Thakur Durjan Singh, Amrish Puri once again had the same strong voice and robila personality on the screen. The film was the second highest-grossing film of 1995 after Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge. The film won two Filmfare Awards and Amrish Puri was once again nominated for the Filmfare Best Villain Award.
10. Chaudhary Baldev Singh (Film- Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge): Amrish Puri played the role of a strict and responsible father Chaudhary Baldev Singh alias Babuji in Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge, one of the most successful and popular films of Hindi cinema. Amrish Puri, along with Shah Rukh Khan, Farida Jalal and Kajol, performed amazingly in this film. Dialogue by Amrish Puri in the film, 'Ja Simran Ja, Ja ... Ji Le Apni Zindagi' still prevails on people's tongue. The film was a super hit and the film won 10 Filmfare Awards including the National Film Award. Amrish Puri was once again nominated as Filmfare Best Supporting Actor for his performance.
11. Shambhunath (Film- Deadly 1996): In the film Rajkumar Santoshi's directorial, Lethal, Amrish once again played the role of Shambhunath, an honest freedom fighter fighter, in contrast to his villainous image. In Deadly, Sunny Deol, Meenakshi Seshadri and Danny Denzongpa were playing the main characters along with Amrish Puri. Danny Denzongpa was responsible for the villainy. The film was a super hit and Amrish Puri was also popular in this role due to his impressive acting. The film won 3 Filmfare Awards in total, including Amrish Puri's Best Supporting Actor Award. Many dialogues of the film are still prevalent today.
12.Raja Thakur (film- Virasat 1997): Priyadarshan-directed film Virasat was adorned with stars like Anil Kapoor, Amrish Puri, Tabu and Pooja Batra. In this film, Amrish Puri played the role of Raja Thakur, the zamindar who cares about the development of the village. Amrish Puri's character in the film was quite different from his image. For this, Amrish Puri was awarded the Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award. Apart from this, the film received 12 Filmfare Awards including Best Critic Film.
13.Raja Sahab (Film- Koyla 1997): In 1997, once again Amrish Puri worked under the direction of Rakesh Roshan. Apart from Amrish Puri, Shah Rukh Khan, Madhuri Dixit and Johnny Lever were playing the lead characters in this film. In this film based on the life of bonded laborers, Amrish Puri once again played the villainous Raja Saab. Amrish Puri was well received in this role and was again nominated for the title of Filmfare Best Supporting Actor for his performance. The film was also a superhit and ranked eighth among the highest-grossing films of that year.
14.Suraj Singh Thapar (film - Badshah 1999): The action comedy film Badshah, based on the Hollywood film Nick of Time and If Looks Cloud Kill, was directed by the duo of Abbas Mastan. In this film, Amrish Puri once again appeared in the role of villain as per his image. The film featured Amrish Puri with Shah Rukh Khan, Twinkle Khanna and Johnny Lever in the lead roles. The film, made at a cost of Rs 11 crore, was a super hit and was ranked 10th among the highest grossing films of the year with a gross of over 25 crores. Amrish Puri was once again nominated for the Filmfare Best Villain Award for his performance.
15. Ashraf Ali (Film- Gadar Ek Prem Katha 2001): In the 2001 film Gadar, directed by Anil Sharma, Amrish Puri appeared in the role of Ashraf Ali, a Pakistani politician. Amrish Puri, along with Sunny Deol and Ameesha Patel, acted wonderfully as both a father and a villain in the film. With a gross of around 133 crores, Gadar is among the highest grossing and most watched films of the country. All the actors including Amrish Puri acted in the film for which the film won two Filmfare Awards and was nominated in the category of eight other Filmfare Awards. Many dialogues and scenes of the film are still very popular among the people.
Friends, how did you like this article? Please tell me by commenting and also do not forget to like and share this article. Thank you