Recently, Deepak Tijori recounted how the conclusion of Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar left him and Aamir Khan speechless.
Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar, a coming-of-age sports movie, maintains a devoted following after 31 years since its debut, according to actor Deepak Tijori, who reminisced about the days he spent filming it.
Mansoor Khan directed and co-wrote “Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar,” which was released in 1992. Aamir Khan, Ayesha Jhulka, Deepak Tijori, Pooja Bedi, Mamik Singh, and Kulbhushan Kharbanda all appear in the movie, and Aamir’s brother Faisal Khan makes a cameo.
Shekhar Malhotra, played by Deepak, appears in the film.
This weekend, the 90’s superstars Chunky Pandey, Rahul Roy, Deepak Tijori, and Ayesha Jhulka will appear on an episode of the talent reality series “India’s Got Talent” for a “Reunion Special” segment.
The Abujhmad Malkhamb Group from Chhattisgarh, who are renowned for their astounding displays of strength and agility, will astound everyone with a mind-blowing performance on “Yaha Ke Hum Sikandar.”
This performance will not only be praised widely, but it will also bring back memories for the “Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar” actors.
Deepak expressed his admiration for the group’s performance and praised them for transporting him back in time, saying: “I have been to your city, and I know the struggles and conditions there; so, hats off for your hard work and talent.”
“This movie has been in theatres for 30 to 31 years, and since it had a devoted following, there have been numerous renditions of this song. But I can say this after 31 years: I haven’t seen a better rendition than your performance,” he said.
“Your choreography was superb, and your dedication is truly commendable,” stated Deepak. I’m grateful to Mansoor for giving me the opportunity to work on the film, and I’m overjoyed that I did.
Deepak shared a humorous anecdote about the film, saying: “When we finished the film, it was believed that the audience would despise me. However, when we travelled to Delhi for a promotion, we were surprised to see the audience roaring for Shekhar Malhotra as he won the race in the film.
“It was a totally opposite reaction; Aamir and I were looking at each other and saying that this had gone upside down,” he continued.
Despite all the adulation, one event would make everyone cry: the two-year reunion of Suresh, the young member of the Abujhmad group, and his parents. They had left him at the Abujhmad Sports and Malkham Academy.
Judges Badshah and Kirron Kher will express their desire to provide funding for the “Abujhmad Sports and Malkhamb Academy for a year,” making this occasion even more remarkable and giving them the opportunity to develop their skill.
Sony broadcasts India’s Got Talent.