KBC 13: Hema Malini recreates Gabbar’s dialogue from ‘Sholay’ with Amitabh Bachchan, watch funny video

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TV’s famous show Kaun Banega Crorepati in its 13th season has played the game with many big personalities so far. Often videos of KBC also appear on social media, in which along with the game, there are talks with film stars, which the audience likes. Recently, the old memories of the film ‘Sholay’ have been brought back in the episode ‘Shaandaar Friday’ of the show. Let us tell you that in the new episode, the film’s director Ramesh Sippy was present along with Hema Malini, who played the main character of the film, who revealed many things related to his film.

In Kaun Banega Crorepati, Ramesh Sippy will share old things from the film with his lead actors Hema Malini and Amitabh Bachchan. Along with this, one can also see the celebrations celebrated on the completion of 46 years of Sholay. During this, he has also mentioned the incidents related to the film, which the audience may not know yet. Let us tell you that the video of this promo has been shared by Sony channel on its Instagram, which fans are liking and writing comments.

Hema Malini again spoke famous dialogue

In this video of the TV show, it can be seen that the host of the show is having a lot of fun with Amitabh, Hema Malini and Ramesh Sippy. In the promo, Amitabh was also seen speaking the famous dialogue of Asrani. During this, Hema Malini speaks to Gabbar Singh’s dialogue, “Whoever got scared, he died”. At the same time, Amitabh Bachchan also said “How many men were there”, during which there is a conversation related to the film between the two veteran actors, which was very funny.

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The teaser has excited the audience to see the cast again on the completion of 46 years of the release of Sholay. At the same time, Hema Malini was recently seen in Super Dancer 4. During this, she was seen making Dharmendra’s steps memorable again from the 1975 hit song Yamla Pagla Deewana.

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