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Google honours Amrish Puri on his 87th B'day

NEW DELHI: Google on Saturday celebrated the 87th birth anniversary of late Bollywood actor Amrish Puri with a doodle.
The doodle, showing the actor in a white kurta and black shawl, has been sketched by means of Pune-based visitor artist Debangshu Moulik to have a good time the lifestyles and legacy of Amrish Puri. He was born in Punjab on these days in 1932. He breathed his final on January 12, 2005.

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Puri most commonly performed the position of a villian in Indian cinema and is maximum remembered for enjoying Mogambo within the 1987 cult classic 'Mr India'. Puri’s deep-voiced delivery of the dastardly line “Mogambo khush hua” (Mogambo is pleased) would turn out to be his signature.

Puri landed his first position at age 39 and went on to painting one of the vital maximum memorable villains within the historical past of Indian cinema.

Celebrating his lifestyles and work, google mentioned, "If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again—and you might end up like Indian film actor Amrish Puri, who overcame an early setback on the way to fulfilling his big screen dreams."

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The late actor also featured in global movies like Richard Attenborough’s 'Gandhi' and Steven Spielberg’s 'Indiana Jones' and the 'Temple of Doom'.

Puri seemed in more than 200 movies in over half a dozen languages, including Hindi, Marathi, Kannada, Punjabi, Malayalam, Telugu, Tamil and English.

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