Greatest Bollywood villains of all time
Bollywood villains: These are the characters you love but fear too. Without them, a Bollywood story is never complete. These are the villains of Bollywood. If a movie is successful at the box office, the credit goes to the villains too. Without them, the lead actor won’t appear as heroic as they do on the screen.
Let us take a look at the most iconic Bollywood villains:-
Talk about the Bollywood villains and don’t mention Gabbar, that’s a big NO. Gabbar is not only the greatest villain but also the most iconic character in the movie industry. Gabbar still lives, is loved and is feared. And the mind-blowing performance of Amjad Khan has made it lively for such long years.
Mogambo (Mr. India)
Amrish Puri took the character to such a perfection that we still remember “Mogambo Khush Hua”. Although we have seen a soft-hearted performance of Amrish Puri, yet no one can pull off the negative roles as good as Amrish did and Mogambo is the example.
Kancha Cheena (Agnipath)
Starred by Amitabh Bachchan, the movie would not be as successful as it was if it weren’t for Danny’s Kancha Cheena’s role. Danny had done the roles in grey shades, yet Kancha Cheena earned him great fame.
Langda Tyagi (Omkara)
Amidst the talented actors, the movie earned fame all credited to Langda Tyagi. Saif Ali Khan completely transformed himself for the role and made it probably one of the greatest performance of his career.
Raka (Jis Desh Mein Ganga Behti Hai)
Pran used method acting even before most people were aware of it. His voice modulation, expressions, and style of walking in an attempt to look villainous never went in vain. He was a great artist and never failed to amaze us with his villainous roles.
Prem Chopra (Bobby)
“Prem Naam Hai Mera, Prem Chopra” – this line from Bobby is still in the minds of every Bollywood buff. He was just so much good at being bad on screen. With such handsome looks, he could have easily become the hero. However, with a change of fate, he got the roles of villains which he pulled off quite easily.
There might not be anyone other than Sadashiv who could have successfully pulled off such a tough role in ‘Sadak’. The role was to play the character of eunuch- the queen of Brothel. It is hard for a male to play the role of a womanly character, yet Sadashiv quite perfectly essayed the role.