8 Iconic Bollywood props that became famous after the movie
01/98 Iconic Bollywood props that became famous after the movie
When we watch a movie, we start imagining ourselves as the characters. Their stories become our stories, their moments become our moments. But sometimes there are certain aspects of the movie that remain with us, like the inanimate objects which were supposed to act as fillers but end up stealing the show. Here is a list of iconic Bollywood props that surpassed the actors and the movies they were in.readmore
02/9The hand pump from 'Gadar'
Who can forget this iconic object from the movie 'Gadar'? And more importantly who can forget Sunny Deol pulling the hand pump out of the ground? With his 'dhai kilo ka haath', it's kind of obvious why the hand pump is his favourite weapon of choice.readmore
03/9The telephone from 'Hera Pheri'
Admit it! We all loved Paresh Rawal's character in 'Hera Pheri'. Don't you just remember the line "Are kaun Devi Prasad?" every time you look at a telephone?readmore
04/9The handbag from 'Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara'
When Farhan Akhtar introduced this bag and named it 'Bagwati', something clicked inside of us. Ever since then, at least one of our bags has been turned into a 'Bagwati'.readmore
05/9The bike from 'Sholay'
The most iconic thing about the film 'Sholay' was the friendship between two characters Jai and Veeru, which is why it's hard to imagine that a bike that featured in the film ended up becoming more famous than they ever did. After the release of the film, the bike was deemed as the ultimate ride for the ultimate buddies.readmore
06/9The violin from 'Mohabbatein'
Can you hear the sweet, sweet sound of the violin playing in the background? Leave it to Shah Rukh Khan to take any object and turn it into a symbol of love. He did the same with the violin in 'Mohabbatein' and it became symbolic of eternal lost love.readmore
07/9The flipbook from 'Taare Zameen Par'
If you didn't cry while watching this movie then you probably don't have a heart. And what hurt the most was this flipbook that made us feel sorry for the little boy who was left all alone, so far away from home.readmore
08/9The thalli from 'Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham'
Jaya Bachchan played the role of an Indian mother to perfection in this film. Ever since she waited for Shah Rukh with a thaal in her hands, a proper welcome in any house is incomplete without it.readmore
09/9The butterfly knife in 'Musafir'
Sanjay Dutt's butterfly knife from the film 'Musafir' drove people crazy. Nobody has looked cooler playing with a knife than he did in the film.readmore