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Nidhi Dutta is the latest star kid who is gearing up to join the Bollywood brigade. Daughter of prolific film maker Jp Dutta, the man behind movies like Refugee and Border, Nidhi has been hard at work to make a lasting impression on audiences.
She will be making her debut opposite Nafisa Ali’s son Ajit Sodhi in a film by debutant director Binoy Gandhi. Unlike most actresses who are comfortable doing bold scenes on the big screen, Nidhi has expressed her unwillingness to do intimate scenes for this movie. This has prompted the makers to remove these parts from the script. The main reason given by Nidhi is that her father doesn’t want to her to enact such scenes and skin show on the big screen is also a big no-no. Nidhi has no issues with this and is planning on selecting her roles carefully.
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"Saara Shaher Mujhe Loin Ke Naam Se Jaanta Hai," roared Ajit, the numero uno villain of the early 70s in Subhash Ghai's hit film Kalicharan. For the younger generation who do not recognize him can identify the stylish villain in Amitabh Bachchan starrer Zanjeer (who played Dindayal Teja) and in Dharmendra's hit film Yaadon Ki Baaraat (as Shakal). His other hit films include Dharma, Jugnu, Khote Sikkay, Warrant, Mr. Natwarlal, etc
Ajit's biggest contribution to cinema is his revolutionary, savvy gentleman style that he imparted to villainy, which for long had been typecast as loud and wild. Ajit's unique style became so popular that it became his trademark style till he breathed his last.
How Ajit invented this style is an interesting tale. In an interview, Ajit had revealed, "The character of Dindayal Teja which I portrayed in Zanjeer was actually inspired from a real-life personality. »
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