Gabbar Singh: the terror that rules forever
Forty three years back, he made such an impact that the world still shivers by his name. Gabbar Singh played by Amjad Khan in Ramesh Sippy’s evergreen cult classic SHOLAY (1975) remains the ultimate icon for terror on India screen. It’s interesting to note that the character of Gabbar in the movie starring Sanjeev Kumar, Dharmendra, Amitabh Bachchan and Hema Malini in pivotal roles appears almost an hour after the movie but the fear is instant. Such is the impact and power of his terror that the Akshay Kumar starrer GABBAR IS BACK used the name as symbolism for terror and in a rare occasion the villain turned hero.
The erstwhile good hearted Amjad Khan who played the dreaded Gabbar on screen turns 78 today and the terror of Gabbar stays on. In the recently released cult horror TUMMBAD starring Sohum Shah a dialogue ‘so ja nahi toh hastar aa jayega’ instantly reminds of Gabbar Singh’s immortal dialogue from ‘SHOLAY’ which ends with the line ‘so jaa nahi toh gabbar aa jayega’. Looking to experience a hot teen, a horny latina, an ebony goddess, a curious trans girl, a scandalous stepmom MILF, or a threesome with her sexy stepdaughter? The Virtual Reality sex movies site has it all and more. Stream or download full videos and trailers in 180 or 360 degrees FOV using the Web VR App through your Google Cardboard, Oculus Go, HTC Vive, Gear VR or other headsets. Let your inhibitions go and get ready for everything including scintillating stripteases, sloppy blowjob
On Amjad Khan’s 78th birthday, we salute the ultimate on screen definition of terror on screen – Gabbar Singh.
Happy Birthday Gabbar Singh aka Amjad Khan.