Dharmendra the Veteran actor is currently at his farmhouse near Mumbai and is going through a lockdown while living there. Dharmendra, 84, is also active on social media and through this, he is giving updates related to his life to fans. On Sunday, he shared a 29-second video showing bananas grown in his farmhouse. Sharing this video, he wrote, ‘Love you all and take care of yourself’.
In the video, Dharmendra says, ‘How are friends, happy, there are lots of good bananas on my farm. Chiku, banana, coconut… I am doing everything. Best wishes to all of you and those above. Love You All, I’m So Happy Today And Very Excited. Bananas are found in the market, but the bananas that they have on their farm do not have their own fun. DharmendraEarlier on Saturday, Dharmendra shared a video of him sitting on a tractor ploughing his field. In that video, he said, ‘How are friends? Such a small farm, as I hold it, it gets little exercise. ‘Sharing this video
The Indian film world has succeeded in leaving its mark on the world with independence, which is still intact. This film world got the best actors, which will always be remembered. Among these actors, Bollywood’s He-Man Dharmendra, which if compared to the lion of the jungle, would not be an exaggeration. Just as a lion takes its food from its prey. In the same way, Dharm ji used to do all the dangerous roles like fighting lions, jumping from high building etc. For this courage and enthusiasm, every young actor considers him to be his inspiration.
Dharmendra was born in Nusrali village, Ludhiana. His father Kewal Kishan Singh Deyol was a government math teacher who taught in a primary school in the village of Sahenwal and his mother was Satwant Kaur.
Childhood & Education
His entire childhood was spent in the village of Sahiwal. A mischievous by nature, Dharmendra’s early studies were from his father’s school, where his mother, often a freedom fighter, would send him to school with a khaki dress, tricolour in his hand. Then in the evening, his father used to say to his mother,
Perhaps chance was waiting for them as well. At the same time in 1960, Filmfare launched the New Talent Hunt program. After applying for this, he came to Mumbai and managed to win the program.
And he got a chance to make his Bollywood debut with the film Dil Bhi Tera Hum Bhi Tere in 1961. He earned five thousand rupees from this film as an income. In whose delight he had a Daru party with friends. Dharmendra
In 1975, he did a comic film for the first time. His film in this episode was Tum Haseen Main Jawan, Do Chor, Chupke Chupke, Dillagi, Servant Biwi Ka. In which his work was highly appreciated. Dharmendra
This decade he got the opportunity to work with Hema Malini. Then the pair got so involved that they did two films together. Prominent among them were Raja Jani, Dream Girl, Sita and Geeta, Sharafat, Naya Zamana, Azad and Sholay. The pair was considered to be Bollywood’s best ever.
Dharmendra came from a non-film background family. Then, like a star actor, he also appeared in double, triple roles with romantic, action, comedy. His double-role film was in the film Jayaka Shan, with the film Zacha, Samadhi, Ghazab and Triple. Dharmendra
In 1997, he received the Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award at the hands of his inspirations Dilip Kumar and Saira Banu. On this occasion, Dilip Kumar says in his beauty, Dharmendra