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Amitabh Bachchan pens a heartwarming post for the late Veeru Devgan

Ajay Devgn‘s father Veeru Devgan breathed his last on May 27 (yesterday). Veeru Devgan was a brilliant stunt choreographer and also an ace filmmaker. The demise of Ajay’s father has come as a huge shock to many people from Bollywood. The senior Devgan’s last rites were conducted yesterday and it is a very difficult time for Ajay and his family.

Now, Amitabh Bachchan has paid his tribute to Veeru Devgan. Big B wrote a long note on his blog, sharing a story from the sets of his 1971 film ‘Reshma Aur Shera’, on which Veeru Devgan worked as a stuntman.

“The legendary action master and director, Khanna Saheb was conducting a dummy rehearsal for the scenario which involved Sunil Dutt Saheb the leading man of the film, being beaten up by the negative character of the village, and he was demonstrating the action on a stand-in for the leading man. The negative character was beating the leading man with a thin whip like stick, and the leading man was taking it all in and not retaliating,” Amitabh wrote.

Amitabh further wrote in his post, “Khanna Saheb was using a stand in for the leading man and was renowned for his authenticity when conducting stunts. He was lashing the stand in, whip like and with each lash I could see the pain and agony on the stand ins face, but he continued to complete the scene dummy rehearsal, to perfection. The stand in getting the lashing was Veeru Devgan.”

May God give enough strength and courage to Ajay Devgn and his family to cope with Veeru Devgan’s loss.

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