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Amrish Puri is still remembered for his dialogues
Amrish Puri is still remembered for his dialogues

Today is the death anniversary of Bollywood's biggest villain Amrish Puri, who left the world on this day. Today he is not among us, but even today his dialogues are heard on the lips of the people, and even today Amrish Puri is alive in the memories of the people, Amrish Puri was born on June 22, 1932, in Lahore, He was in Punjab (Pakistan) and on January 12, 2005, he bid farewell to the world, died in Mumbai, Maharashtra. When he died, many newspapers created a 'Mogambo Khamosh Hua' headline and there was a pang of sadness among millions of his fans around the world.

Amrish Puri arrived in Mumbai to become a hero in his youth days. His elder brother Madan Puri was already in films. But the makers told him that his face is not like a hero. He was very disappointed with him, after being rejected as a hero, Amrish Puri started acting in theatre and gained a lot of fame there, after which his journey started in 1970, Amrish Puri left such an impression as a villain in films like Hum Paanch, Naseeb, Vidhata, Hero, Andha Kanoon, Ardh Satya, that film lovers were overwhelmed by his name.
 
Amrish Puri was very fond of his grandchildren. When he was with them, he would say to his children, "Go to sleep now." This is the time for us children to play, some of their dialogues are still very famous like:

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