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Google Doodle Recalled Amrish Puri on his 87 Birthday

Google has made a doodle and remembered Bollywood actor Amrish Puri on his 87th birth anniversary.

—By Anjan K Samal

 Amrish Puri’s identity in the Hindi movie was a dangerous villain and one of the best Actor who was absolutely fit for any kind of Nagative Character.

Today is the 87th birth anniversary of Amrish Puri. Google has remembered Amrish Puri on his 87th birthday by creating a Google Doodle by engraving his picture. Bollywood actor Amrish Puri was born on June 22, 1932 at Nawanshehar in Punjab. Amrish Puri was four siblings and  his elder brother  was Madan Puri and Chaman Puri who were also actors.

The character of Mother India’s’ Mogambo’ became so popular that these characters remains till today as a unique character. Amrish Puri did not only play Villain’s role in films, but  he also did other charater role including many famous comedy movie.The dilouge like ‘JAA SIMRAN JAA’, ‘KHUL JAA SIM-SIM’ and ‘ MUGAMBO KHUSH HUAA’ are even very popular today.

Some facts of this legend actor

Amrish Puri was  in fact cousin of Actor-Singer K.L. Sehgal.

Amrish Puri had failed in his first screen test after which he had strated working in Stae Insurance Corporation under Ministry of Labour and Employment.

Amrish Puri started acting in the theater after failing in the 1st screen test for acting in Hindi Film. He was also awarded the Music Drama Academy Award in 1979.

This stage of theater gave him the opportunity to enter in the world of TV and then in the cinema world. At the age of 40, his film career was reaching at a new height.

Amrish Puri got recognition from 1980’s super hit film ‘Hum Paanch’ in which had played in a Villain’s role. 

In 1982, Amrish Puri played the role of Villain in Subhash Ghai’s super hit film ‘Vidhata’.

Amrish Puri died on January 12, 2005 due to cancer.

Amrish Puri had worked in around 400 films.

Amrish Puri has also had acted in  Hollywood films like Richard Austinburg’s ‘GANDHI’ in 1982 and Steven Spielberg’s “Indiana Jones(1982) and the Temple of Doom (1984) .



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