One of the first visuals that comes to the mind when we think of Ajay Devgn is the introduction shot in his debut film 'Phool Aur Kaante', wherein he stands akimbo (a cam speed adjustment gimmick, of course) on two bikes (each leg on each bike, that is) and enters a college campus, 60 kmph! The try was to live up to tag of Veeru Devgan's (the famous action choreographer of the 1970s and 80s) son. Post the super success of PAK, Ajay went on to star in action thrillers such as 'Jigar', 'Vijaypath' and 'Diljale'. He won his first national award for 'Zakhm' (1998) and the second one for 'The Legend of Bhagat Singh' (2002). Devgn is now more loyal to what he calls "responsible cinema" than the action flicks that he was famous for at the beginning of his career.