Gulshan Grover Turns 63: Some Badass Dialogues By The Bollywood’s Bad Man

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Gulshan Grover Turns 63: Some Badass Dialogues By The Bollywood’s Bad Man

Bollywood’s all time Bad Man Gulshan Grover has turned 63 today. It won’t be wrong to say that he has been one of the most stylish and badass villian of Bollywood. He has given about 400 films in his acting career and is known as ‘Bad Man’ in Bollywood. He is among the first actors of Bollywood to make it to Hollywood. We have seen him in films like Jism, Saudagar, Ram Lakhan, Dilwale, Yes Boss, Raja Ki Aaygi Baarat and the list goes on and on.

On his birthday, let’s remember some of his best dialogues:

1- “By God Dil Garden Garden Ho Gya.”

2- “Zindagi Ka asli maza to Khatte me h.”

3- “Tmhare Shareer ke Ped par Jawani Ka phool khil gaya.”

4- “Tawaif aur titli me koi farq nhi hota. Titli bhi ek phool par nhi tikti aur Tawaif ek mard par.”

5- “Dobara Agar koi chaal chalne ki koshish ki, to mai nhi meri AK 47 Bolegi.”

6- “Humse Aankhein milaane vale bahut jaldi aankhein band kar lete hai.”

Though he has turned 63 but he feels that age is just a number. He said on his last birthday, “I am still that cool person I used to be.”

Gulshan Grover is the villian whom everyone adored, be it fans or co-stars, He shared a memory and said, “In 1988, when I was shooting for Siyasat, I remember getting a handwritten letter from Shatrughan Sinha, who had started his career with villain roles and became a star. Given that I am known mostly for playing negative characters, he wrote to me, ‘If I could will my villainery [in films] to someone, it would be you’.”

He generally celebrates his birthday with his son Sanjay Grover who lives in US. Even when his son was a kid, the actor made sure to celebrate his birthday with his son.

Talking about the same, he told a leading daily,  “I am mostly shooting on my birthdays and my son would end up celebrating the day on the set [with me]. So after school, since his father’s birthday isn’t a national holiday, the poor son had to attend school on those days, Sanjay would get back home, get ready and visit the set. I remember how one producer was keen that I cut my cake before lunch time, so we could have it for sweets, and I couldn’t help but laugh and told him that it’s like a ritual for me to cut the cake in my son’s presence.”

We wish him a very happy Birthday!

Published by Kanika Saini on 20 Sep 2018

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