Viru Devgan is not in our midst even today, but his work will always remind him. Veeru Devgan has acted as an acting director in more than 80 films. They had the passion of working in movies. In 1957, at the age of 14, he had fled from Punjab to Mumbai. In the initial stages, he got significant difficulties. Ultimately, his talent got respect, and he became a place for himself in the media.
After the demise of Veeru Devgan, one of his old videos on social media is getting viral. In this video, Veeru Ajay is seen teaching the action scenes. Veeru is also talking about action scenes in the video. Viru Devgan is saying- When Ajay was born, he did not have thought that he was to be a hero. I came to be a hero in the industry. When I realized that I was not worthy of it, I thought I would make the hero a hero.
In this video, Ajay and Viru Devgan can be judged by seeing how good the bonding between the two has been. Ajay Devgn’s father, Veeru Devgn, entered the film in 1967 as a stuntman from the movie ‘Anita’. He was a resident of Amritsar of Punjab.
Where he died from a heart attack, Veeru Devgan’s funeral was done on Monday 27 May in Mumbai’s Vile Parle. Veeru Devgan’s last visit was off from Ajay’s house. In front of the pictures, Ajay looked at his father’s shoulder. The last glimpse of Veeru Devgn had reached all the Bollywood celebrities Aishwarya accompanied her husband Abhishek Bachchan to pay homage to Veeru Devgan. Arjun Kapoor, along with his father, Boney Kapoor, came to pay tribute to the cremation ground, Veeru Devgan. Earlier, many stars including Shahrukh Khan, Sunny Deol, reached Ajay-Kajol’s house.
According to family sources, Veeru Devgan was eating food at home. He suddenly fell off the chair. Kajol took them to the hospital, where he passed away with a heart attack. At that time Ajay was shooting for Tanaji in the Mumbai film city. After getting information about this tragic news, he reached the last glimpse of Father. Apart from directing action scenes, Veeru Devgan also directed the film ‘Hindustan Ki Kasam’ in 1999. Viru Devgan has directed the stunts of many films like Arjun, Ram Teri Ganga Mali, Vijay Path, Diljele, One Way, Prem Rog, Last Path, Gold-Pay Suhaga, Bloody Demand.