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Dharmendra completes 50 years in the film industry this year — he started withDil Bhi Tera Hum Bhi Tereback in 1960 and recently proved his continuing popularity with the hitYamla Pagla Deewana. Enthused by his resurgent fame, the veteran has announced that he is going to perform for the upcoming IIFA awards in Toronto. “I enjoyed acting with my sons Sunny and Bobby inApne andYamla Pagla Deewana, and performing with them will also make me feel good,” says Dharmendra.

In an expansive mood, Dharmendra said he was excited about Salman Khan'sDabanggwinning the National Award. He says “I love everyone but Salman is special.”


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