The moment we hear the name of Amjad Khan, we remember ‘Kitni aadmi They? ‘ From cinder Instantly. The fear with which he attacked gaonwalo We also got it. But just miss khan cinder Will be a crime Yes, a crime because this brilliant actor has done some really amazing roles that could be far better than what he did in Sholay. Sure we will be biased cinder As is a film that symbolizes all things Bollywood. But Khan is more than just Gabbar Singh. The iconic Gabbar character from Amjad Khan’s Sholay was originally introduced for this Bollywood actor
Khan’s dynamic personality, the ease with which he slips into any character, the villain that his eyes can simultaneously display, has made him one of the formidable villains in the industry. Today, on his birth anniversary, let us tell you about his films, which are as good as Sholay.
Amjad Khan plays the role of a loyal friend who expels his singer friend Amitabh Bachchan from his village and makes him a star. This is the beauty of such actors. He can be absolutely vicious as a villain but very sharp in positive character. We all wanted BFF like him after seeing him friendship.
A repentant father who finds it difficult to accept his illegitimate son in the film. Amjad Khan beautifully presented the dilemma of a man who dumped his pregnant girlfriend to marry for money. No over-exaggeration, no over-the-top melodrama, just restrained work that the film does through this highly commercialized Amitabh Bachchan starrer.
Khan played the role of the author of Kamasutra and also became the narrator of this erotica which gave rise to many controversies. His narrative was narrated with nuances and his character was comedy, making it the most enjoyable character in the film.
Jasmine’s Wedding (1986)
A lawyer by profession but he takes his role of love counselor here a little seriously. He is the friend, philosopher, lawyer, and guide you will need for all your love.
Shatrunj Players (1977)
Amjad Khan is the last Nawab here, who brought the British to relinquish his crown. The pain, anguish, and the grief of losing whatever is yours, is portrayed by Khan fictitiously. It would not be wrong to call it one of Khan’s best performances.
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