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Happy Birthday Rajkumar Hirani: Here are 6 Legendary Movies By One Of The Best Directors In Bollywood

From Munna’s ‘jaadu ki jhappi’ that ended up synonymous to each appreciative/friendly hug we go around among companions, to Rancho’s ‘aal izz well’ that famously changed into a national feeling, each movie under Rajkumar Hirani’s direction bears a fascinating nostalgic interface which only few of other Bollywood directors have possessed the capacity to convey.

Viewed as one of India’s best and widely praised producer, Rajkumar Hirani is a commerce graduate, who turned out to be exceedingly keen on movies and theater much against his folks’ desires.

Rajkumar Hirani made his directorial debut with ‘Munnabhai MBBS’ in 2003, which was a noteworthy hit with the groups of onlookers across the nation, and turned into a great cult movie of sorts. This was trailed by ‘Lage raho Munnabhai’ in 2006, which brought Hirani great critical acclaim.

At the point when companions in the business allude to him, their vocabulary contains words like, ‘earnest’ and ‘humble’ – he is known as the man who is unperturbed by the fame he receives. He appears to make the most of his disconnect with the temporal world – the unworldliness which additionally transfers to the characters in his motion pictures. Be it PK, Rancho or Munnabhai, every one of them bear a quality of unworldliness around them.

No matter which movie you wish to consider, the well-crafted cultural bridges evident in Hirani’s movies, along with the socially poignant messages that he throws in with his direction, screenplay and dialogues make for a stellar watch every single time.

Let’s look at some of the best movies by this bollywood legend-

1. Munna Bhai M.B.B.S

2. Lage Raho Munna Bhai

3. 3 Idiots

4. PK

5. Sala Khadoos

6. Sanju

Rajkumar Hirani has presented the Indian film-goers with marvellous stories that shall be cherished by movie enthusiasts for many years to come. Here’s wishing the legendary director a very Happy Birthday.

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