On the occasion of the film completing 34 years, Jackie Shroff took to Instagram and posted a picture from the time of the shoot of the film Ram Lakhan.
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Jackie Shroff has played multiple legendary roles throughout his career. One of his most famous roles is considered to be the one from the movie 'Ram Lakhan' in which he starred alongside Anil Kapoor, Madhuri Dixit, Dimple Kapadia and Rakhee Gulzar. The film was released in 1989 and was directed and produced by Subhash Ghai. Today on 27th January 2023 the film completes 34 years.
On the occasion of the film completing 34 years, Jackie Shroff took to Instagram and posted a picture from the time of the shoot of the film Ram Lakhan. "34 years of #RamLakhan @subhashghail @anilskapoor @madhuridixitnene @dimplekapadia_", wrote Jaggu dada along with a red heart emoji.
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The throwback pictures show the actor posing with Anil Kapoor, Dimple Kapadia, Madhuri Dixit and Subhash Ghai.
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The film is a cult classic and is revered by audiences all across the nation to this day. The film is a cult classic and is revered by audiences all across the nation to this day. One of the highlights of the film was the performances of the lead actors.
Jackie Shroff's portrayal of the elder brother and a courageous police officer was widely praised and is still considered one of his best performances. Anil Kapoor's portrayal of the younger brother was also well-received, and his comic timing was appreciated by audiences.
Madhuri Dixit and Dimple Kapadia's performances were also noteworthy, and their chemistry with the lead actors added a new dimension to the film.
The film's music, composed by Laxmikant-Pyarelal, was also a huge success and is still remembered and enjoyed by audiences today. Songs like 'My Name Is Lakhan' and 'Main Tera Hero' are still considered some of the greatest Bollywood songs of all time.
Ram Lakhan was a game-changer for Subhash Ghai as a filmmaker and for the lead actors, it was a turning point in their careers. The film's success and its enduring popularity are a testament to the skill and talent of the entire cast and crew.