Tuesday, February 25, 2014

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i am thankful
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the aam admi sweeping our streets
of political musclemen protesting
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Happy Birthday Mr Danny Denzongpa

I have known Danny Saab since Boxer directed by Dadoo Raj Sippy
,,,
Boxer is a 1984 Hindi-language feature film directed by Raj N. Sippy, starring Mithun Chakraborty, Rati Agnihotri, Sharat Saxena, Danny Denzongpa and Tanuja...and


from wikipedia

Tshering Phintso "Danny" Denzongpa [1] (born 25 March 1948) is an Indian actor of Sikkimese-Bhutia descent, working in Bollywood films though he has appeared in several Nepali, Telugu and Tamil films as well. He has acted in numerous Hindi films such as Asoka and 16 December. He has also starred in some international projects, the most famous being Seven Years in Tibet where he acted alongside Hollywood actor Brad Pitt. In 2003, Denzongpa was awarded the Padma Shree, India's fourth highest civilian honour. Denzongpa is noted for his villainous and character roles.

Early life and education[edit]

Danny was born to a Buddhist family in the erstwhile Kingdom of Sikkim (the 22nd state of India since 1975) where he had his early schooling, and thereafter completed his schooling from Birla Vidya Mandir and St. Joseph's College, Darjeeling, North Bengal, in 1964. Denzongpa's love of horses and horse riding began at an early age, as his family was into horse breeding.
He nursed an ambition to join the Indian Army and won the Best Cadet award from West Bengal and participated in the Republic Day parade. In an interview to The Times of India newspaper, he said that he had qualified for prestigious Armed Forces Medical College, Pune but withdrew admission to join Film and Television Institute of India (FTII), Pune. He decided to change his name to a simpler sounding "Danny" as his original name was tough to be pronounced by other students. The name has stuck since.[2]
Film and singing career[edit]

During his early film career, Danny used to practice learning Hindi by talking to the ocean. The Urdu came in handy in films such as Sawan Kumar's Sanam Bewafa and Mukul Anand's Khuda Gawah.
Danny's film career spans more than 4 decades. In the 1970s, he played relatively smaller roles which got him noticed. After his performance in the film Lahoo Ke Do Rang, he started getting more significant lengthy roles. Through the 1980s and 1990s, Danny mainly featured as the lead negative character opposite all the leading actors of those times such as Amitabh Bachchan, Dharmendra, Jeetendra, Mithun Chakraborthy, Vinod Khanna, Anil Kapoor and Sunny Deol.
He had his first major role which he played in B.R.Chopra's 'Dhundh'(1973). This role shows his power, followed by 'Kanoon Kya Karega'. His other most applauded negative characters are in Andar Baahar (1984) as Shera, Aandhi Toofan (1986), Bhagwan Dada (1986) as Gangwaa, Agneepath (1990) as Kancha Cheena, Hum (1991) as Bakhtawar, Ghatak: Lethal as Kaatya, Krantiveer (1994) as Chatur Singh and Pukar (2000) as Abhrush
He started out with B-grade movies such as B.R. Ishara's Zaroorat in 1971,[3] and later moved on to Mere Apne and Kala Sona where he played more positive roles. He then went on to play the roles of the villain numerous times. Some of the antihero roles he played were an unscrupulous politician, corrupt policeman, traitor, and mingy landlord. He got his major break in Gulzar's Mere Apne and later in B R Chopra's Dhund where he played a crippled and frustrated husband. It is said Danny was the first choice to play the iconic role of Gabbar Singh in the film Sholay. However since he was away on the shoot of Feroz Khan film Dharmatma, eventually Gabbar's role went to Amjad Khan. One of his critically acclaimed roles as a villain came when he played the role of Bakhtawar, a don bent on revenge in Mukul Anand's Hum. He was nominated for the Filmfare Award for Best Villain.
He is an accomplished singer having sung with Lata Mangeshkar, Mohammed Rafi and Asha Bhonsle, three stalwarts of Indian music. He has released Nepalese songs and has sung for Nepalese movies. His two most famous songs recorded in 1970s but still hit are "Chiso Chiso Hawama" ("In the cool air") and "Manko kura lai bandhi narakha..."("Do not keep the words of the heart tied").
He wrote and acted in the Nepali film Saino which was super hit. His nephew Ugyen Chhopel directed it. He has sung its title song and a duet with Deepa Narayan, wife of Udit Narayan. Later, this film was made in Hindi as Ajnabi as a telefilm for Doordarshan. He has sung a Nepali duet with Asha Bhosle, "Aage aage topai ko gola pachhi pachhi machinegun barara" . His all-Nepali songs are hits and people like them even today: "Hiun vanda chiso, Aago vanda taato..." ("Colder than snow, hotter than fire.."), "Naachana hoi maichyan hau nachana" ("Dance o lovely girl"), "Jhimkai deu pareli manma bajchha mitho murali..." ("Please blink your eyes and sweet sound of flute plays in the heart), Rato rani pulhya etc. are his few hit numbers.
He is also a painter, a writer and a sculptor.
In the past decade, Danny gave stellar performances in movies such as Asoka and 16 December (2002).[citation needed] He then went on to appear in the successful Tamil film, Enthiran, co-starring Rajinikanth and Aishwarya Rai in the leads. Denzongpa played the antagonist role of Bohra, a prominent scientist who transforms Chitti (played by Rajinikanth) into an evil robot. Upon release, the film won critical and commercial acclaim.[citation needed]
Personal life[edit]

Danny, who married Gawa Denzongpa, a Sikkimese princess and niece of the last chogyal from her hometown of Gangtok, currently resides in Juhu in Mumbai. Since the 2000s (decade), he has become more selective of the roles he plays.In the movies he chooses, he works on his own terms. He has a son named Rinzing and a daughter named Pema. His brother owns a bouj and beer factory in Melli, Sikkim.
Awards and honours[edit]

2003: Padma Shri, India's fourth highest civilian honour.
Filmfare Awards
Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award
1992 Sanam Bewafa
1993 Khuda Gawah – Khuda Baksh
Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award – Nominated
1979 Devtaa – Inspector Lawrence
1985 Kanoon Kya Karega – Raghuvir Singh
1990 'Agneepath' – Kancha Chinna
Filmfare Best Villain Award – Nominated
1992 Hum – Bakhtawar
1995 Krantiveer – Chatur Singh Chitah
1995 Vijaypath – Dilawar Ujagar Singh
1996 Barsaat – ACP Negi
1997 Ghatak – Katya
Filmography[edit]

2014 || Jai Ho (film) (Released on 24 January 2014)
2013 || Boss .... Big Boss (Mentor of Boss-Akshay Kumar)
2010 || Enthiran ... Professor Bohra (Tamil)
2009 || Acid Factory - Om
2008 || Luck ... Tamang
2008 || Karzzzz
2008 || Chamku
2007 || Big Brother
2007 || Hattrick
2007 || Frozen
2006 || Jaan Ki Baazi
2004 || Ab Tumhare Hawale Watan Saathiyo ... Colonel Ashfaque Khan
2004 || Shikaar
2003 || Sandhya
2003 || Parwana
2003 || Ek Hindustani ... Special Appearance
2002 || Soch .... Nautiyal
2002 || Ab Ke Baras ... CBI Officer Sikander Baksh
2002 || 16 December ... Vir Vijay Singh
2002 || Yeh Mohabbat Hai ... Aman Khan
2001 || Moksha ... Bachelor Simon
2001 || Indian ... Shankar Singhania
2001 || Lajja ... Gajendra
2001 || Asoka ... Virat
2001 || Pukar ... Abhrush
2001 || Officer ... Pratap Rai/Dushyant Singh
2000 || Tune Mera Dil Le Liya
1999 || Silsila Hai Pyar Ka ... Jabhal Khargoshi
1999 || Dahek: A Burning Passion ... Jabbar Bahkshi
1999 || Kohram ... Minister Virbhadra Singh
1998 || Zulm O Situm ... Sikander
1998 || Vinashak - Destroyer ... Jailer Lankeshwar
1998 || China Gate ... Maj. Ranjir Singh Gurung
1997 || Udaan (1997 film) ... Mr. Rana
1997 || Seven Years in Tibet ... Regent
1997 || Dhaal: The Battle of Law Against Law ... Advocate Indrajit
1997 || Diwan[disambiguation needed]
1997 || Himalay Putra ... Rana
1996 || Ghatak: Lethal ... Katya
1996 || Rajkumar
1996 || Army ... Naagraj
1996 || Shastra ... Babu
1995 || Barsaat ... ACP Neghi
1995 || Sarhad: The Border of Crime
1994 || Vijaypath ... Dilawar Singh
1994 || Chauraha ... Baba Bhatti
1994 || Krantiveer ... Chatursingh
1994 || Mohabbat Ki Arzoo ... Jagpal Singh alias Jaggu dada
1993 || 1942: A Love Story
1993 || Dhartiputra ... Major Hisht
1993 || Gurudev ... Khakan
1993 || Prateeksha ... Dinesh Khanna
1993 || Sangram ... Madhu's father
1993 || Tahqiqaat ... Bhanu Pratap
1992 || Drohi ... J.P. Sethi (Raghav's boss)
1992 || Balwaan ... Bhai
1992 || Antham ... Inspector
1992 || Khule-Aam ... Insp. Uday Singh/Insp. Ranvir Singh Rathod
1992 || Khuda Gawah ... Khuda Baksh ... aka God Is My Witness
1991 || Lakshmanrekha ... Birju
1991 || Vishnu-Devaa ... Thakur Shamsher Singh/Samppat
1991 || Hum ... Bakhtawar
1991 || Sanam Bewafa ... Sher Khan
1991 || Bahadur ... Bahadur (Bengali)
1991 || First Love Letter ... Thakur Ajit Singh
1991 || Yodha ... Daaga/Justice Dharmesh Agnihotri
1990 || Agneepath ... Kancha Cheena
1990 || Pyaar Ke Naam Qurban ... Prince Yeshwant Singh
1990 || Baaghi
1990 || Chingariyan
1990 || Jagira
1990 || Shandaar ... Dhaga
1990 || Shesh Naag
1989 || Shehzaade (uncredited) ... Thakur Roshan Singh
1989 || Jung Baaz ... Mahakal
1989 || Kasam Suhaag Ki
1989 || Galiyon Ka Badshah ... Inspector Vijay
1989 || Khoj
1989 || Saaya
1989 || Ustad
1988 || Commando ... Ninja
1988 || Shoorveer ... Shankar
1988 || Ek Hi Maqsad ... Inspector. Deepak
1988 || Mardon Wali Baat ... Raja Sunder Singh
1988 || Gunahon Ka Faisla
1988 || Janam Janam
1988 Jeete Hain Shaan Se ... J.P.
1988 || Mera Shikar
1988 || Paap Ki Duniya ... Pasha
1988 || Yateem ... Girivar Prasad Mathur
1987 || Saino... (Nepali Film)
1987 || Itihaas
1987 || Faqir Badshah
1987 || Aag Hi Aag ... Daulat Singh/Choudhury
1987 || Deewana Tere Naam Ka ... Shambhu
1986 || Chambal Ka Badshah ... Sultan
1986 || Bhagwan Dada .... Shambu Dada
1986 || Adhikar ... Vishal's lawyer (special appearance)
1986 || Allah Rakha
1985 || Maha Shaktiman ... aka Maharudra (India: Bengali title)
1985 || Yudh ... Gama Maating/Mr. Chinoy
1985 || Jawaab ... Seth. Jagmohan
1985 || Aandhi Toofan
1985 || Aitbaar ... Inspector Barua
1985 || Oonche Log ... Thakur Maan Singh
1985 || Patthar Dil ... Jung Bahadur
1984 || Andar Baahar ... Shera
1984 || Farishta
1984 || Boxer ... Dharma
1984 || Jagir ... Danny
1984 || Kanoon Kya Karega
1984 || Manzil Manzil ... Gautam (Pahadi Baba)
1984 || Mera Dost Mera Dushman
1984 || Pyaar Jhukta Nahin
1983 || Mujhe Insaaf Chahiye
1983 || Lovers[disambiguation needed]
1983 || Ganga Meri Maa
1983 || Andha Kanoon ... Akhbar Ali
1982 || Raj Mahal
1982 || Kachche Heere ... Arjun
1981 || Love Story ... Ram Dogra
1980 || Chunaoti
1980 || Kali Ghata ... Kishore
1980 || Abdullah
1980 || Bandish ... Kapil Kumar
1980 || Bulundi
1980 || The Burning Train
1980 || Choron Ki Baraat
1980 || Phir Wohi Raat .... Ashok
1979 || Griha Pravesh ... Danny
1979 || Aaj Ki Dhara ... Danny
1979 || Lahu Ke Do Rang
1978 || Lal Kuthi (Bengali)
1978 || Devta ... Inspector Lawrence
1978 || Naya Daur
1977 || Aashiq Hoon Baharon Ka ... Vikram (Jamunadas' son)
1977 || Abhi To Jee Lein ... Danny
1977 || Chandi Sona
1977 || Khel Khiladi Ka
1977 || Mit Jayenge Mitane Wale
1977 || Paapi ... Abdul
1976 || Fakira ... Munna/Ajay/Toofan
1976 || Kalicharan
1976 || Laila Majnu ... Prince Bahksh
1976 || Sangram ... Salim/Altaf
1975 || Dharmatma ... Danny
1975 || Aakhri Dao ... Robert
1975 || Apne Rang Hazaar
1975 || Kala Sona
1975 || Ponga Pandit ... Rocky
1975 || Raftaar
1975 || Rani Aur Lalpari
1975 || Zorro
1974 || Chor Machaye Shor
1974 || 36 Ghante ... Dilawar Khan
1974 || Khotte Sikkay ... Danny
1973 || Dhund ... Thakur Ranjit Singh (crippled husband)
1973 || Khoon Khoon ... remake of Dirty Harry (English)
1972 || Milap
1972 || Rakhi Aur Hathkadi ... Raja
1972 || Yeh Gulistan Hamara
1971 || Mere Apne ... Sanju
1971 || Zaroorat
As director
1980 || Phir Wohi Raat
Ram (RoneM).

Back To Basics


he had a dream
he lost it .all he
was left was his
hand and his
prick..he was
fucked by politics
he voted the
wrong candidate
the wrong party
he got badly
tricked ,, he lost
his inner balance
he became mentally
sick..he lost everything
his beautiful chick ..
he became an ascetic
now he touches people
his touch holistic .
he is treated like
a living saint highly
psychic.. he has
no sidekicks he hates
to be called a godman
he is a wall silence
generic..without
sartorial trappings
simply stylistic ..
psycho dynamic

Lalbaugh Chya Raja Mukut Darshan 2019

I am perhaps the only Muslim shooting Lalbaugh Chya Raja for over 20 years or more ,,thanks to Mr Sudhir Salvi head honcho of the Mandal.....