Jaaved Jaaferi was not in good terms with his father as far as the relationship is concerned
Jaaved Jaaferi was not in good terms with his father as far as the relationship is concerned

Jaaved Jaaferi, who won everyone's heart with his tremendous performance in Bollywood and his humour, celebrating his birthday today. Javed has made everyone pleased with his work, and fans have adored every one of his characters. Javed is a comedian, actor, voice-over artist, and dancer. You're probably all aware that Javed is the actor who popularised the dance with 'Boogie Woogie.' The three adored Ravi Bahl, Jaaved Jaaferi, and his brother Naved Jafri as the performing and judging duo in 'Boogie-Woogie.' 

He was the one who offered dancers a chance to build a reputation for themselves. However, few people are aware that Jaaved Jaaferi never used his father's name, Jagdeep Jafri (Surma Bhopali of Sholay). Jagdeep was a well-known comic in Hindi cinema, but his addiction to booze and gambling drove him away from Javed. When it comes to Javed Jaffrey's career, he began with the film 'Meri Jung,' which starred Anil Kapoor. In the movie, he portrayed a villain. He went on to star in films such as Jajantram, Mamantram, Tara Ram Pam, Dhamal, 100 Days, Singh is King, and Bang Bang after this. His film Dhamaal was a huge success.

Jaaved Jaaferi is a brilliant dancer, but he refused to work with Mithun in 'Disco Dancer' since he was a dancer who worked under the character hero. Javed has dabbled in politics as well as Bollywood. In actuality, after being swayed by the Aam Aadmi Party, he ran against Rajnath Singh from Lucknow, but lost. For the time being, we wish him a happy birthday on our behalf.

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