Bollywood flashback: Revisiting the legend of Sholay

Apr 24, 2018, 18:35 IST
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A sequence was shot for the film wherein Gabbar Singh (played by Amjad Khan) kills Sachin Pilgaonkar's character Ahmed, but the scene didn't make it to the final cut -- thus providing wattage to the now famous "Itna sannata kyun hai bhai" dialogue delivered by AK Hangal's Rahim chacha in the film. The scene from the classic film was shown at an event to launch Sachin's book

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On death anniversary of Amjad Khan, known for portraying the iconic Gabbar Singh in Sholay, we recap some interesting facts about the superhit Bollywood classic

 

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