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'Old man with a young heart': Tributes pour in for MDH owner Dharampal Gulati

Twitter users are paying tribute to MDH owner Mahashay Dharampal Gulati who passed away Thursday morning

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'Old man with a young heart': Tributes pour in for MDH owner Dharampal Gulati
MDH Masala Owner Dharampal Gulati dead at 97 (file Photo)

'Old man with a young heart': Tributes pour in for MDH owner Dharampal Gulati

Twitter users are paying tribute to MDH owner Mahashay Dharampal Gulati who passed away Thursday morning. Indian audiences remember the jubilant Gulati who was seen sporting a red turban, dressed in an Indian kurta pyjama, flashing a smile in his ads.

Twitterati are remembering the delightful man they know from the MDH ads and bidding a final goodbye to the nonagenarian legend.      

One user said, "The most energetic and cheerful Old Man with a Young Heart has left the world leaving behind his huge number of well wishers and memories. His ads with his attractive moustache and smile would be remembered always. May his soul rest in peace. "

Another user said, "Year 2020 ka last month hai but this wasn't expected!!"

Aquin George wrote, "In a country like India where there's no dearth of spices, Dharam Pal managed to make his brand (MDH) and his face synonymous with high quality ground spices. I've heard neighborhood aunties to Michelin-starred Chef Atul Kochhar call MDH the best brand for packaged spices."

Tehseen Poonawalla said, "The "grand-dad" or "Dadaji" whose pictures most of our moms had in their kitchens and owner of the famous Masala Brand "MDH" - Dharampal Gulati passed away at 98. He will be missed! What a journey he had..so One more time in his memory...."MDH MDH" Om Shanti"

Nandita Iyer, a medical doctor and nutrition expert shared a video of Gulati shaking a leg at an event a few years back. " Shri Mahashay Dharmapal Gulati, owner of MDH Masala is no more. Here he was dancing at an event celebrating 100 years of MDH Masalas when he was 96 years old. Om Shanti"

One twitter user wrote, "member of every indian family most iconic brand of spices #MDHuncle passed away*???? ????? ?? ?? MDH MDH*#RIPheartfelt condolence"



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