Dharmendra Deol's Rosy Wish 'Happy Birthday Baby' Is Winning The Internet. Here's Who It's For

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Bollywood veteran Dharmendra Deol who has won the hearts of the audience with his spectacular acting over the years recently extended heartfelt birthday greetings to his 'Krodhi' co-star.

Written By Diyali Banerjee | Mumbai | Updated On:

Bollywood veteran Dharmendra Deol who has won the hearts of the audience with his spectacular acting over the years recently extended heartfelt birthday greetings to his 'Krodhi' co-star Moushumi Chatterjee.

The actor took to Twitter on Friday, April 26, and shared a throwback picture with Moushumi as he captioned the post saying, "Happy Birthday baby" and paired it up with a number of rose emoji. 

Take a look:

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Dharmendra and actress Moushumi Chatterjee are known to be very good friends. They have shared screen space in a number of films including 'Mera Karam Mera Dharam', 'Aag Hi Aag' and 'Shehzaade' among others.

Meanwhile, the actor seemed to be in a nostalgic spree as following the birthday post for the actress, he also shared a number of stills from his previous films. After the first post, he shared another picture where he can be seen featured alongside timeless beauty Rekha. The monochrome picture is reportedly a still from their hit number 'Rafta Rafta'. He captioned the picture as saying, "Mere kandhe pe rakh kar bandook- - - - - - - a working still a lovely memory."

Here's the post:

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Moreover, he also shared a throwback post with wife Hema Malini on fan's request. Sharing the still on Twitter, he wrote, "On Demand of some loving friends and followers."

Here's the post:

 

 

 

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