Continuing the legacy of #ThrowbackThursday, we are here with yet another major flashback featuring Ajay Devgn. His movie with Saif Ali Khan, Kajol, Sharad Kelkar Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior is releasing tomorrow but before that let’s take you on a nostalgic ride.
In this video, Ajay Devgn’s father Veeru Devgan talks about how he trained his son to enter the film industry. We also see how Veeru Devgan choreographs action sequences for Ajay.
Ajay Devgn lost his father Veeru Devgan back in May 2019. Veeru Devgan breathed his last on May 31st afternoon at a hospital due to age-related issues. He was 85.
Anil Kapoor who worked with Veeru Devgan in the cult film Mr.India said he sorely misses him on the 32nd anniversary of the film. He posted, “#MrIndia was made iconic by its children friendly action scenes & Veeru’s Midas touch. I want to dedicate its 32nd anniversary to the man who made these unforgettable moments possible. #VeeruDevgan was an amazing man & I’m lucky to have worked with him. He is sorely missed…”
Apart from directing action sequences for films like Himmatwala, Mr. India, Khatron Ke Khiladi, Phool Aur Kaante, Dilwale and Laal Badshah, he had directed the 1999 film Hindustan Ki Kasam, starring Ajay and megastar Amitabh Bachchan.
Stick to this space for more ‘Filmy Dialogues’. We’ll be back on Monday with an inspiring #MondayMotivation.