Shatrughan Sinha praised Dharmendra and claimed that the actor had brought gym culture to India (Photo Credits: Facebook/Salman Khan, Hrithik Roshan, Sunny Deol, episode still)

Bollywood stars Shatrughan Sinha and Dharmendra recently appeared on The Kapil Sharma Show. While both the superstars of the 80s were seen having fun on the sets of the comedy show, Shatrughan revealed how the Sholay actor brought gym culture to the country.

The veteran actor is one of the few stars who have more than 100 successful films as a lead actor. He is often referred to as the “He-Man of Bollywood” by his fans and colleagues in the industry. Even at the age of 85, the actor gives fitness goals to many youngsters.

In a recent episode of The Kapil Sharma Show, Shatrughan Sinha was heard saying, “Mujhe bohat fakkar hota ko young generation aur desh ko sahi maine if I conscious me in health, bodybuilding me, gym ke ke ke ke sakte hai. In terms of individuality, in terms of totality, Dharamji has covered so many people. After that, their kids or our actors Hrithik Roshan, Salman Khan, or Sunny Deol have a big hand in bringing in the gym culture.”


Kapil Sharma and host Archana Puran Singh also agreed with Shatrughan’s opinion. Take a look at the video below:

Significantly, in a funny sequence, Kapil Sharma asked, “Who used to keep all this news which heroine is doing which film?” On this Shatrughan Sinha immediately pointed towards Dharmendra and said, “Bad naughty hai.”

The actor-turned-politician, he said, “Darsal jeeta samman inhon kiya hai, despite all the antics, achche achhe ne karna hai.”

Dharmendra will next be seen in Anil Sharma’s Apne 2. The film will show the three generations of the Deol family. He will share screen space with his sons Sunny Deol and Bobby Deol and grandson Karan Deol.

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