Animals are adorable, loyal and the best friend a man can ever have. Without saying anything they understand your problems and can cheer up your mood within fraction of seconds! To have a pet around can be blissful.
There are Bollywood movies to prove that point. They have played the role of a cupid, peacemaker and a savior! These movies just couldn’t be what they are if not for those innocent animals in them. Have a look at the movies which were made more interesting and entertaining because of the lovable four legged creatures.
DOG IN ENTERTAINMENT
Every dog has its day and Entertainment has proved this right! In ENTERTAINMENT, 'Entertainment', the dog, gets a royal treatment with him being the sole heir to a gigantic property. He is as good as a parallel lead in the upcoming Bollywood film which stars Akshay Kumar, Tamannaah Bhatia, Mithun Chakraborty, Johnny Lever, Sonu Sood, Prakash Raj & Krushna Abhishek.
Directed by Sajid-Farhad, co-produced by Ramesh S. Taurani & Jayantilal Gada, ENTERTAINMENT is set to release on 8th August 2014
PIGEON IN MAINE PYAAR KIYA
Nobody could have ever thought of a pigeon as a way to exchange love pleasantries! It was the genius mind of Sooraj Barjatya that came up with this brilliant idea in his debut film MAINE PYAAR KIYA. The idea of keeping the pigeon as the love messenger between Salman Khan & Bhagyashree was epic and the song 'Kabootar Ja Ja' became one of the classic song of the Indian film industry!
DOG IN HUM AAPKE HAI KOUN..!
Adorable & naughty Tuffy from HUM AAPKE HAI KOUN..! is far from forgotten! You think of the film and Tuffy automatically appears in your mind. He was the savior for Madhuri Dixit & Salman Khan in the climax of the film.
MONKEY IN AANKHEN
In David Dhawan's AANKHEN, there was a third hero besides Govinda and Chunky Pandey. Yes the super hero Monkey Bajrangi! He was as entertaining as the actors and did not fail to tickle our funny bone and contributed majorly to the film's success.
ELEPHANT IN HAATHI MERE SAATHI
In HAATHI MERE SAATHI, Rajesh Khanna had to decide between his pet Ramu (Elephant) and his family. He was so attached to his pet friend that he chose Ramu. Being the kind heart Ramu was, he sacrificed his own life to get Rajesh back with his family. Ramu was a perfect example of a peacemaker and the relationship shown between him and Kaka was the USP of this film.