Here’s a list of Anupam Kher’s movies you can’t afford to miss

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Happy birthday to one of the most prolific and versatile actor in Hindi cinema, Anupam Kher!

His villainy can leave the audience in awe; his comic timing makes everyone laugh with joy and his emotions linger in people’s heart forever.

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On his birthday here’s a list of movies you cannot miss-

Saransh

Anupam Kher delivers an immortal performance as he attempts to rescue a couple from getting their child aborted from a wicked father ultimately finding hope in life again.

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Khosla Ka Ghosla

Anupam Kher as Mr. Khosla is simply exceptional in his portrayal as the middle class father who wants to live his retirement in peace. His quirks, his emotional breakdown and his drama are simply lovable. He’s a parent just about everyone can identify with, because he conveys that paradox so expertly.

Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge

From the very first philosophy scene “Fail hona aur padhai na karna humhari khaandaan ki parampara hain” to the last scene in the train, Anupam Kher in DDLJ was the unconventional father you wish you always had.

Special 26

Stealing the show from everyone including lead actor Akshay Kumar, Anupam Kher is brilliant and heart-stoppingly funny as the fake CBI officer P.K. Sharma.

 

Karma

They say that each film is only as good as its villain. And the legendary Dr. Dang as perfectly essayed by Anupam Kher is a shining example of that.

 

Dil

A pennywise, thrifty and immensely greedy father reforms as he fights for his only son’s love affair. The role is brilliant as it transforms from downright kooky to sympathetic in nature.

Hum

Evil with a touch of slapstick comedy and inimitable madness; Anupam Kher as Giridhar along with Annu Kapoor as Hawaldar Arjun Singh are one of Bollywood’s most popular villain duos of all time.

The Accidental Prime Minister

Anupam Kher does justice to Manmohatr Singh’s soft-spoken demeanour and body language. The political drama unfolds slowly but surely into a well-crafted film with Kher pulling off a convincing act.

Hotel Mumbai

Hotel Mumbai is the 501st film of Anupam Kher’s career.  Anupam Kher plays the head chef of the hotel. His character celebrates humanity, compassion, courage, resilience and the unwavering desire to survive.

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