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Anupam Kher completes 30 years in Indian cinema

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Mumbai: Anupam Kher celebrates three decades in filmdom and remembers his critically acclaimed film “Saaransh” with love.

“B.V. Pradhan (his character) of ‘Saaransh’. My life changed. I complete 30 years in Indian Cinema today (Sunday). Happy birthday to me,” the National Award-winning actor posted on Twitter.

He also wrote that his life changed after acting in the Mahesh Bhatt's directorial venture.

“On May 25, 1984 a young man's life was to change for ever. A cult classic ‘Saaransh’ was to release,” he posted.

Anupam, who is married to actor-politician Kirron Kher, has been widely appreciated for his roles in films like “Maine Gandhi Ko Nahin Mara”, “Khosla Ka Ghosla!”, “A Wednesday”, “Saudagar” and “Lamhe”.

IANS

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