Crime Master Gogo

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Crime Master Gogo
Created by Rajkumar Santoshi
Portrayed by Shakti Kapoor
Occupation Criminal
Relatives Mogambo (Mr. India) (uncle)

Crime Master Gogo portrayed by Shakti Kapoor is a fictional character in the 1994 Hindi film Andaz Apna Apna. He has since become a cult comic character in Indian cinema and has gathered a large fan following. Aniruddha Guha of DNA called it the best character portrayed by Shakti Kapoor.[1] Shakti Kapoor was nominated for the category of Best Performance in a Comic Role at the 1995 Filmfare Awards for his role.

He is the nephew of famous Bollywood villain Mogambo from Mr. India. His attire is a mix of a superhero and a pirate. Gogo is an enemy of Teja as the latter had taken ₨ 36 thousand from his uncle.

His signature line is Aankhen nikaal kar gotiyan khelunga (I will play marbles with your eyeballs) which he says throughout the movie.

One of his famous dialogues at the climax scene (when he realises that Amir Khan alias Amar shoots the last bullet from the gun in air) is "Dhakki tiki dhakki tiki dhakki tiki thaa".

One of the funniest dialogues of the movie are during this scene when Gogo is coming down the stairs and Amar happens to step on Gogo's cape by mistake and exclaims "Gogoji aapka ghagra" (Gogo sir your skirt).

In the film, Amar praises Gogo by saying that when he used to cry as a child, his mother warned him to be quiet, otherwise Gogo will come. It is a reference to the famous villain of Bollywood Gabbar Singh of Sholay.


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