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After Sunny Deol, Prakash Raj now famous Punjabi singer joins BJP

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New Delhi: After Bollywood star Sunny Deol, Sufi singer Hans Raj Hans and cricketer Gautam Gambhir, now famous Punjabi and Hindi singer Daler Mehndi is the latest celebrity to take the saffron plunge ahead of the Lok Sabha elections.

 

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‘Hogayi Teri Bale Bale’ fame singer Daler Mehndi joined Bharatiya Janata Party on Friday at its Delhi office in the presence of Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari and Union minister Vijay Goel.

For your information let us tell you that BJP’s northwest Delhi constituency candidate Hans Raj Hans son is married to Mehndi’s daughter. After joining the BJP, Daler Mehndi said that he has an old relationship with the party.

 

BJP sings in joy ‘Ho Gayi Balle Balle’ after Punjabi singer joins Saffron Party:

 

The singer joins the league of celebrities who recently took a political plunge this Lok Sabha election. Some of the celebrities who have started their political career this year are- Urmila Matondkar, Sunny Deol, Jaya Prada, Prakash Raj, Bhojpuri actor Dinesh Lal Yadav, Ravi Kishan, and many more such big names of the industry!

 

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BJP’s candidate from northwest Delhi constituency Hans Raj Hans, Union minister and Chandni Chowk candidate Harsh Vardhan and other party leaders were also present.

The singer was accompanied with his daughter at the time of joining Saffron brand.

 

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Legendary Comedian Jagdeep passes away at 81.

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Veteran Bollywood actor Jagdeep took his last breath at the age of 81. Born on March 29, 1939, as Syed Ishtiaq Ahmed Jafri, Jagdeep acted in over 400 films and was widely known for his role as Soorma Bhopali in blockbuster ‘Sholay.’ Have a look at how Twitterati mourned the death of the legendary actor on social media.

Veteran Actor-comedian Jagdeep, best known for his role as Soorma Bhopali in ‘Sholay’, died on Wednesday at his residence. He was 81 year old.The actor, real name Syed Ishtiaq Ahmed Jafri, was not keeping well.

“He passed away at 8.30 pm at his residence in Bandra. He was not keeping well due to age related issues,” producer Mehmood Ali, a close family friend, told PTI.

Jagdeep appeared in around 400 films but it is his role as Soorma Bhopali in 1975 film ‘Sholay’ that is etched in audiences’ minds even today.

He also played memorable roles in ‘Purana Mandir’ and in ‘Andaz Apna Apna’ as Salman Khan’s father.

Better known by his stage name Jagdeep, the actor also directed the movie ‘Soorma Bhopali’ with his character as the protagonist.
Jagdeep played hero in five films, opposite heroines like Nanda (Bhabhi), Azra, Amita and Naaz. It was with Bhabhi that he gravitated towards comic roles. It was the character of Soorma Bhopali from Sholay which would become his most memorable. The actor would go on to direct the film Soorma Bhopali in 1988, in which Amitabh Bachchan, Dharmendra and Rekha had cameos. He also acted in a number of horror films made by the Ramsay Brothers. IIFA honoured him with Lifetime Achievement Award.

Jagdeep was born in Datia a district in  Madhya Pradesh. His father’s name was  Syed Yawar Husain Jafri and his mother was Kaneez Hyder.He had three wife’s Naseem Begum, Sughra Begum and Nazima.From these three he had three sons Hussein Jaffry (From first wife), Javed Jaffrey (Actor, Dancer, Comedian; from second wife), Naved Jaffrey (Actor, TV Judge; from second wife) and three daughters Shakira Shafi (from first wife), Suraiya Jaffry (From first wife), Muskaan (From third wife).He started his career as a Child Artist (Afsana (1951), Do Bigha Zameen (1954, as a Comedian), Bhabhi (1957, Lead Actor).

 

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