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Grand old man of Hindi cinema is no more

By Gitanjali Chak Email By Gitanjali Chak
October 2012
Grand old man of Hindi cinema is no more

Bollywood plunged into gloom as the grand old man of Hindi cinema and distinguished theatre artiste A.K. Hangal breathed his last on August 26, following a brief illness aggravated by a fracture of the thigh bone. He was 95. Hangal was best known for his roles in Sholay and Namak Haraam.

 


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