No doubt over the years, many Hollywood celebrities have expressed their love for Bollywood movies. This list includes some of the best A-list Hollywood actors like Hugh Jackman and Brad Pitt. Now in a rather exciting development, Hollywood actor Tom Hardy during the promotions of his upcoming film Venom tried out the iconic catchphrase of one of Bollywood’s most popular villains, Mogambo Amrish Puri dialogue ‘Mogambo Khush Hua’.
Late Bollywood actor Amrish Puri’s portrayed devil Mogambo in Anil Kapoor and Sridevi starrer Mr. India. It certainly turned him into one of the Bollywood’s most popular villains. Fans know Tom Hardy for playing Bane in The Dark Knight Rises (2012). And needless to say, the actor nailed the dialogue with such ease. This whole scene came into action when Riz Ahmed, made Hardy say the iconic lines ‘Mogambo Khush Hua!’
Tom Hardy rises to the #mogambo challenge
Riz put out a video in a tweet sharing Tom saying the iconic lines with all his charm and candor. He simply captioned the video, “Tom Hardy rises to the #mogambo challenge ???????? – think you can do better?”The video has since gone viral and fans of the actor as well as Bollywood are buzzing about the actor’s attempt at the villainous dialogue. Moreover, it looks like Riz Ahmed is trying his best to immortalize Amrish Puri’s dialogue among Hollywood celebs.
Apart from Tom Hardy, he also made popular host Jimmy Kimmel say the lines. Ahmed reveals that his debut solo rap song was inspired by Bollywood’s supervillain from the 1987 movie. Riz Ahmed will be seen alongside Tom Hardy in the comic-book film Venom and also has a single called Mogambo releasing on October 3.