Vinod Khanna journey from Bollywood to politics | Oneindia News


Vinod Khanna, the original heartthrob of Hindi films, died. He was reportedly battling with cancer for years.The actor was 70. In 1968, Khanna started his career with small roles. His angry young man role in the superhit movie Mere Apne, his negative role as the main villain in the superhit movie Mera Gaon Mera Desh and his role in the crtically acclaimed movie Achanak as the military officer turned fugitive received tremendous applause from both- the film industry and his fans. Vinod Khanna received the Filmfare award in the best supporting actor category for Haath Ki Safaai, and in 1999 he received the Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award, and again in 2007 he won a lifetime achievement award at the Zee Cine Awards. Khanna was popularly hailed as one of the most handsome lead actors ever in Bollywood, along with Dharmendra, Rajesh Khanna and Shammi Kapoor. Even with a busy career in politics, Vinod did not give up on Bollywood and worked in some of the latest films like Dabangg, Players, Dabangg 2 and Dilwale, and received a lot of love for his work. In late 2016 and early 2017, news about his deteriorating health started coming in, this kept him away from a public eye and now he is no more, but his memories through his films will always remain in our heart. Lets have a look at his journey from Bollywood to politics.
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