Veteran actor Javed Jaffrey Became a household name during the 90s and being a comedian, dancer and voice-over artist, he has mastered all the fields.
His Bollywood credits include ‘Salaam Namaste’, ‘Ta Ra Rum Pum’, ‘Dhamaal’, ‘Singh Is Kinng’ and TV shows. He is one of those actors who made the school days of the 90s kids memorable with shows like ‘Boogie Woogie’, ‘Takeshi’s Castle’ and others. The actor turns a year older today, December 4 and to mark his birthday, here’s a look back at his memorable 90s shows.
Before shows like Bigg Boss graced our television screens, `Boogie Woogie` was the first dance reality TV show in India. Whenever the name of the show is mentioned, the first thing that comes to our mind is Jaaved Jaffrey’s commentary. He was a fine teacher guiding young and inspiring dancers, and you want a mentor like him in your life.
Jaffrey was not only a judge on the reality dance competition series, but also one of its creators, helping grow it into the longest-running program of its kind.
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Do you remember the phrase ‘tu kya dekh raha hai upar, Chhichhore’? It was delivered by none other than Javed Jeffery. At the turn of the 2000s, the voices associated with many animated characters tickled our funny bones like no other. His commentary on the Japanese television show `Takeshi’s Castle` quickly gained popularity among both young adults and adults and became an instant hit.
He also lent his melodious voice for Hungama TV show `Ninja Warriors`.
The sports entertainment show featured an interesting atmosphere with a touch of action, suspense, humor and fear, and Jaaved Jaffrey garnered love and appreciation from the audience for his distinctive style of hosting.
Also, she served as a judge for Karaoke World Championship India along with Manasi Scott, music director Raju Singh, Salim Merchant, Sulaiman Merchant, KWC India founder and host, Savio Paul Deesa, Leslie Lewis, Remo Fernandes. and Sunita Rao.
Such shows used to happen during the school time of the children.
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