Boman Irani Birthday Special: Iconic Roles of The Veteran Actor! 

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Boman Irani, a prolific and versatile actor in Hindi cinema, has left an indelible mark with his performances in over 100 films. From portraying the iconic Dr Viru 'Virus' Sahastrabudhhe in 3 Idiots to the suave Vardhan Makhija in "Don - The Chase Begins," Irani's acting prowess has consistently impressed audiences. His roles, including Advocate Mahesh Rajpal in Jolly LLB, Dr. Jagdish Asthana in Munna Bhai M.B.B.S', and Tehamton 'Tammy' Irani in Happy New Year, showcase his ability to bring diverse characters to life on the silver screen.

Let’s look at 5 characters which left a mark in our hearts forever

Dr. Viru 'Virus' Sahastrabudhhe in 3 Idiots (2009)
Boman Irani delivered a memorable performance as the strict and eccentric college director, Dr. Viru 'Virus' Sahastrabudhhe, in the blockbuster film '3 Idiots.' His portrayal of the no-nonsense authority figure added both humor and depth to the storyline.

Advocate Mahesh Rajpal in 'Jolly LLB' (2013)
In the legal comedy-drama 'Jolly LLB,' Irani took on the role of Advocate Mahesh Rajpal. His impeccable portrayal of a seasoned lawyer added a touch of authenticity to the film, showcasing his versatility as an actor.

Dr. Jagdish Asthana in 'Munna Bhai M.B.B.S'' (2006)
Boman Irani's role as Dr. Jagdish Asthana, a no-nonsense hospital administrator, in the heartwarming film 'Munna Bhai M.B.B.S' earned him accolades. His performance contributed to the film's success and emotional resonance.

Vardhan Makhija in 'Don - The Chase Begins' (2006)
Playing the character of Vardhan Makhija in the action-packed thriller 'Don - The Chase Begins,' Irani showcased his ability to portray complex characters. His presence added an intriguing layer to the narrative, making his performance memorable.

 Tehamton 'Tammy' Irani in 'Happy New Year' (2014)
In the ensemble cast of 'Happy New Year,' Boman Irani played the role of Tehamton 'Tammy' Irani, a key character in the heist comedy. His charismatic portrayal contributed to the overall entertainment factor of the film.

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