Some of the most memorable times of one's school life are when friends sit down at leisure time and mimic their favourite Bollywood actors. Even today, people love to mimic some of the veteran actors' voice and repertoire dialogues from classic Bollywood films as no one can dethrone the aura of the veteran actors and their unique style. So today, let's have a look on the list of veteran Bollywood actors whose voices are still mimicked by the mimicry artists -
Amol Palekar is noted for his role in 'Gol Maal' (1979) film and afterwards, every artist used to mimic his accent and body language.
If you remember Hrishikesh Mukherjee's breezy Hindi comedies such as Gol Maal (1979) then how can you forget Utpal Dutt's role. He is one of the legendary actors whose voice style still gets mimicked by many artists.
Keshto Mukherjee was commonly known for portraying comic drunkard roles in Hindi films and mimicry artist still adopts his body language on stage.
Ajit Khan's film dialogue, 'Mona Darling and Lion' is one of his famous dialogue which is still mimicked by many mimicry artists.
Badruddin Jamaluddin Kazi, better known by his stage name Johnny Walker often played drunkard roles which are etched in our memories and have become an inspiration for many mimicry artists.
Pran Krishan Sikand, better known by his mononym, Pran was known for his baritone voice and cigar holding style in films, which is still adopts by many artists.
Nana Patekar's dialogue in film 'Karantiveer', ' Aa Gaye Meri Maut Ka Tamasha Dekhne', and his way of saying the dialogues are more famous among the mimicry artists.
Syed Ishtiaq Ahmed Jaffrey was better known by his stage name Jagdeep who played Soorma Bhopali in Sholay (1975). His accent in Sholay film is still mimicked by several artists.
Mehmood Ali was best known for playing comic roles in Hindi films and especially his role in the movie 'Padosan' (1968). His role as a South-Indian in the film 'Padosan' is still mimicked by many stage artists in India.
To Indian audiences, he is most remembered for his role as Mogambo in Shekhar Kapur's Hindi film 'Mr. India' (1987). Most mimicry artists love to mimic his voice.
The star of the Millennium, Amitabh Bachchan is one of the top-rated actors whose voice is mimicked by every mimicry artist.
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