Ajay Devgn remembers father on his first death anniversary

Ajay Devgn has shared a heartfelt put up on the first loss of life anniversary of his late father, stunt director Veeru Devgn. The Tanhaji actor shared a montage of his and his father’s black-and-white pics along with an emotional message.

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Sharing the montage on Instagram, he wrote, “Dear Dad, it’s 12 months since you left. However, I can experience you beside me—quiet, being concerned, protective; your presence is forever reassuring.” The put up became regarded as almost one lakh instances within an hour.
Abhishek Bachchan reacted to the publish with palms joined in prayer emoji.

Veeru had laboured on 80 films consisting of Lal Baadshah and Ishq. He also directed the 1999 movie Hindustan Ki Kasam, which starred Amitabh Bachchan, Ajay and Manisha Koirala.

Talking about his father, Ajay had once said in an interview, “The Singham in my lifestyles can only be my father. Because he is a man who came to Bombay at that factor in time with Rs 4 in his pocket, wanting to emerge as something, struggled, washed and lived in taxis so he could live here, did no longer consume meals for 8 days at instances, laboured so difficult, became an avenue fighter from there till Mr Ravi Khanna noticed him at some point asking him whether he might grow to be a combat director. From there, his growth from nowhere to come to be India’s topmost movement director is amazing.

“I have visible him getting so much respect that some of the biggest actors might contact his toes, trying to paintings with him. By the time I was born, he had sufficient money. As a kid and being an action director’s son, I still had the equal lifestyle I have these days, such as owning a Mercedes. He has 50 stitches in his head and has broken every bone in his body. So no one else can be my Singham,” he introduced.

Ajay is currently residing with his family including his daughter Nysa who flew home ahead of the lockdown. Last month, the actor shared coronavirus anthem Thehar Ja urging humans to stay domestic amid the coronavirus pandemic and hold their loved ones secure. The video additionally features his son Yug in a cameo.

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