Here are the most famous doggos in the entertainment world

Here are the most famous dogs in the world of entertainment

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Tuffy rose to fame for her role in Madhuri Dixit’s Salman Khan, Hum Aapke Hai Koun
  • While Tuffy may be the best known, Moti definitely takes the cake to make more movies
  • Rin Tin Tin is one of the most famous dogs in cinema, having appeared in more than 25 films.
August 26 is celebrated as International Dog Day. The day celebrates the eternal bond between a man and his pet dog and also raises awareness about adopting dogs and not buying them from breeders. The bang between man and dog is well documented and the film industry has also made good use of making films that beautifully capture the bond between man and dog.
Films such as Hum Aapke Hai Kaun at 777 Charlie, Beethoven or Lassie Come Home, filmmakers have been honoring our four-legged friends for years to make them box office classics.

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But who are the tailed celebrities who took our hearts away? Discover the most famous doggos in the world to entertain you.

Tufi

Tufi
Tufi
Who can forget Tuffy, perhaps Bollywood’s most famous dog. Bona fide Salman Khan star and Madhuri Dixit star Hum Aapke Hai Koun were involved in the decisive twist in the story. Tuffy, an Indian Spitz, would go on to live the rest of her life with Madhuri Dixit.

Moti

Moti
Moti

While Tuffy may be the best known, Moti definitely takes the cake for making more movies. The black Labrador was there in Bol Radha Bol by Rishi Kapoor, playing a central role and was also the real star of Teir Meherbaniyan by Jackie Shroff. Moti was also one of the main characters in Amitabh Bachchan’s Mard.

Bhidu

I don’t know if that’s the dog’s original name, but Bhidu in Chillar Party was the perfect foil for the group of youngsters who will do whatever it takes to save a corrupt politician’s stray dog .

Charly

Charly
Charly

Charlie in 777 Charlie changes the life of Dharma (Rakshit Shetty). The highly acclaimed film showed a beautiful bond between a man and a dog. And yes, Dharma adopted Charlie, didn’t buy him from a pet store.

Rin Tin Tin

Rin Tin Tin
Rin Tin Tin

A sure-fire Hollywood hero, Rin Tin Tin is one of cinema’s most famous dogs, having starred in over 25 movies. In fact, its popularity is often said to have saved major studio Warner Bros. bankruptcy in the early 1920s.

Buddy

Kid
Kid

Lassie, to this day, remains one of the most beloved dogs on celluloid, loved by several generations. Lassie’s iconic status is partly due to Pal, who first played the character in 1943’s Lassie Come Home.

Apart from these famous dogs, one cannot forget memorable canines like Higgins who played Benji, Chris, Beethoven’s Saint Bernard, Mushu, the pug from Men In Black and Buddy, the Golden Retirever from Air Bud.