Ajay Devgn unprecedented success with Tanaji: The Unsung Hero has re-established him as one of the bankable actors in Bollywood today. The actor who began his career in Bollywood with the 1992 film Phool Aur Kaante has come a long way now and is still ruling millions of hearts. The best part is that he has experimented with almost every genre of Bollywood and be it the role of die-hard romantic lover, a con-man or a fiesty police officer, the actor has perfected every role. On his 51st birthday here's looking back at some of his iconic dialogues.
Ajay Devgn's one of the most intense roles is that of IPS Amit Kumar in Gnagajaal. Directed by Prakash Jha, Gangaajal is a 2003 crime drama which is based on the story of a heroic IPS officer who motivates and leads a corrupt police force of Tezpur to fight against a corrupt politician.
In Dilwale, also starring Raveena Tandon and Suniel Shetty, Ajay managed to portray intense love and passion through his character in the film. Dilwale was also one of the most successful films in the ‘90s.
In The Legend of Bhagat Singh Ajay Devgn’s performance, was highly acclaimed by the critics and audience alike. He also received his second National Film Award for this film. Ajay managed to portray the emotions of the legendary freedom fighter brilliantly. It also helped the audience to connect with the film.
Who could have played the role of Sultan Mirza so brilliantly other than Ajay Devgn? Inspired from the life of mafia gang leader Haji Mastan, in the film the actor managed to diligently portray action, romance, comedy, drama and emotions together in a film.
Qayamat: City Under Threat, was a box office hit upon its release, providing Ajay Devgn with a hit after a series of unsuccessful films. The action scenes and story of the movie were so highly praised that the demand from fans for a sequel was quite high