Archived from the original on 30 November Amjad Khan as Gabbar Singh in Sholay. Even after four decades, people fondly remember his dialogues and mannerisms. Bharath En Rathathin Rathame Billa Retrieved 28 November This page was last edited on 16 March , at
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Feel the Fire Don: For other uses, see Gabbar Singh disambiguation. In film Gabbar Singhthe character has been referenced by protagonist Venkataratnam Naidu played by Telugu actor Pawan Kalyannicknaming himself after Gabbar Singh’s character.
Gabbar Singh is a fictional characterthe antagonist of the Bollywood film Sholay. Premada Kanike Raja Nanna Raja Retrieved 22 November Played by Amjad Khanhe is depicted in Sholay as a dacoit with an evil laughter who leads a group in looting and plundering the villages in the region of Ramgarh.
Danny Denzongpa was the first choice of Gabbar but had to miss out because he was shooting for Dharmatma in Afghanistan. Father, Gabbar Singh is here! Bharath En Rathathin Rathame Billa India Baghban From Sholay Audio cassetteperformed by Amjad Khan. Problems playing this file?
Javed Akhtar says that Gabbar seemed to aholay life and vocabulary of his own as he wrote the film. Retrieved 16 December Retrieved 7 July The term “Gabru”also spelled “Gabroo”gabar “a young, strong and handsome man”  or “a masculine handsome guy”i. Retrieved 2 October This laugh was one of the main features of the role. Amjad shot to stardom with the movie. Bharath Billa Thoofan The Times of India.
Both Telugu films contain dialogues made famous by Sholay’s antagonist, e. Gabbar Singh’s famous laughter. Retrieved 9 July His sadism lies in his choice of words like “Khurach, khurach scratch ” when he talks to Hema Malini.
Sholay is Gabbar Singh, the Villain Every Hero Wanted to Play – NDTV Movies
This page was last edited on 16 Marchat He has a sadistic personality and insists on killing whenever required to continue his status and to take revenge on his enemies. Gabbar’s language was a mixture of North Indian Khariboli and Hindi, which was something new for the audiences habbar the dialogues sholaay an instant hit and are still popular in India.
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Gabbar Singh (character)
Archived from the original on 30 November The character Gabbar Singh was modelled on a real-life dacoit of the same name who had menaced the villages around Gwalior in the s.
Even after four decades, people fondly remember his dialogues and mannerisms. Gabbar Singh has been a subject of parodies and jokes innumerable times in the popular Indian media.