The greatest Bollywood villain ever wanted to become a hero in Puri

There have been some actors in Hindi cinema who do not need to talk much about them, their names alone are enough. One such powerful artist was named Amrish Puri. Born in 1932, Amrish was the fourth of 5 siblings. After completing his studies in Shimla, Amrish moved to Mumbai in search of work. By that time, his elder brother Madan Puri had made a name for himself in Bollywood. Amrish Puri came to Mumbai to become a hero, but as a hero he could not pass any audition. When he did not get the role of a hero, he started working in an insurance company, but he also did theater to maintain his acting passion.

She made her Bollywood debut in 1971 with the film Reshma and Shera. After this he played different roles in many films, including many superhit films like ‘Nagina’, ‘Damini’, ‘Ghayal’, ‘Mr. India’, ‘Pardes’, ‘Hustle’. Even today his superhit dialogues live on people’s tongues, the most famous of which is ‘Mugambo Khush Hua’.

Apart from Bollywood, Amrish also worked in Hollywood films like ‘Gandhi’ and ‘Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom’. Amrish Puri died on 12 January 2005 due to brain hemorrhage and thus a rare star of Hindi cinema died forever.

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