Ajay Devgn Birthday: 6 Of His Most Iconic Entry Scenes, From Phool Aur Kaante To Simmba
On Ajay Devgn’s 52nd birthday, take a look at some of the actor’s most iconic entry scenes in his Hindi films.
Ajay Devgn is one of the most acclaimed and versatile actors of the Hindi film industry. Beginning his career in 1991 with the film Phool Aur Kaante, he has since then done some of the most iconic roles in Hindi films. Today, on the Omkara actor’s 52nd birthday (April 2), take a look at some of his most iconic entries in his Bollywood movies.
Phool Aur Kaante
In his first-ever film, Phool Aur Kaante, Ajay Devgn gave an iconic entry – he stood on two bikes, that were being parallelly ridden. Later, he even performed a full split on these bikes. The scene is remembered by all his fans even today.
Ajay Devgn recreated his iconic entry from his first film, in the film Golmaal: Fun Unlimited. After years, he was once again seen entering the screen standing on two bikes as they were being ridden.
The third instalment of Rohit Shetty’s cop universe, Simmba starred Ranveer Singh in the title role. However, Ajay Devgn did make a cameo appearance in it and he made his way into the film with his character, Singham’s signature style – getting down from a drifting car.
After making an entry by standing on two bikes in Golmaal, he raised the level of his entry in the sequel – this time, he entered standing on the window panes of two cars, being driven parallely.
Yet again in the third instalment, he raised the level even more, as he stood on the hood of two cars that were tilted and were being driven. With Rohit Shetty’s direction and experimentation with cars, and Ajay Devgn’s stunts, his entry kept getting better with all his releases.
How could Ajay Devgn not give a whistle-worthy entry in the fourth instalment of his popular Golmaal franchise? While the vehicles for his entrance were still kept as cars, this time around, the motion had changed – a little input of cars being drifted was brought in from Singham, and Ajay Devgn stood on the windows of the drifting cars for Golmaal Again.
Son of Sardaar
With a different director this time (Ashwni Dhir), Ajay Devgn did make a powerful entrance, but instead of vehicles, he chose the vintage travelling option – horses! His character in the film is also shown to have a lot of affinity for his horses.
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