Restaurant that tributes Dharmendra opens in Delhi

A Delhi restaurant has plastered Dharmendra pictures on the wall of the restaurant. The Bollywood legend Dharmendra, who is also known as He-Man of Bollywood has been just been again amazed a fan of his who has given a tribute to him.

This place has been recently opened Connaught Place area, the restaurant named as “Garam Dharam” after Dharmendra and is themed restaurant with his famous dialogues, movie posters and his photos all over the walls of the restaurant.

The restaurant has been designed in such a way that gives you the feeling as if you are sitting in a village. The restaurant describes the actor’s rise to stardom and goes back to the old days and memories of this charming actor.

 restaurant "dharam garam"

The He-Man himself was there at the inauguration as he has commented, “I had never imagined that I will have a restaurant in Delhi’s Connaught Place area and it will be named ‘Garam Dharam’.

Over the years I have got so many tags, from ‘Action Man’ to ‘He-Man’ and even ‘Garam Dharam’, for which I am thankful to everybody,”

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