Bob Christo was the person who played a special role in the movie ‘Mr. India’ who uttered “Sorry Bajrangbali” upon being beaten?
But in genuine life, Bob Christo was totally the reverse of what he showcased on the big screen.
Robert John Christo, commonly acknowledged as Bob Christo took birth in Sydney during the year 1938. His dad took Bob to Germany in the year 1943, though world battle was taking place in Germany at that point in time.
Together with studies, he commenced doing plays in Germany where Bob also got in touch with his first wife Helga. Afterward, he tied the nuptial knot to Helga and the two had 3kids, 1 son, and 2 daughters. But, Helga lost her life in a car mishap.
But how did he enter the Hindi film industry? There is fairly an appealing tale behind how Bob entered Bollywood and turned out to be a part of it for the rest of his life. In fact, Bob had witnessed former beauty Parveen Babi’s image on the cover page of a periodical.
Bob started loving Parveen Babi at the very first sight and reached India with a special wish to meet her.
When Bob reached the city of Mumbai, he got in touch with a movie’s unit at Churchgate.
On very next day, the unit’s cameraman was to meet Parveen, on the movie sets of ‘The Burning Train’. He took Parveen’s address from the cameraman and reached her residence on the very next day. There Bob met the superstar Parveen Babi who looked totally different from her image on the periodical cover.
When Bob wanted to know the main cause, Parveen giggled and stated she apply makeup just for shootings. After this, Parveen and Bob turned out to be best pals.
After that, he entered the Hindi film industry during the year 1980 in Sanjay Khan’s movie ‘Abdullah’ in which Bob had donned the negative character. He continued to work as a baddie in around 200 movies after ‘Abdullah’.
His most significant movies included ‘Kalia’, ‘Namak Halal’, ‘Mr. India’, ‘Mard’, ‘Commando’, ‘Hum Tumpe Marte Hain’, and ‘Roop Ki Rani Choro Ka Raja’.
In actual life, Bob was very truthful and sensitive.
While in India, Bob tied the nuptial knot for the second time. Bob’s second spouse’s name was Nargis and they had a son named Sunil. At the age of 72, he lost his life owing to heart failure on March 20, 2011.