Top ten best Indian actors as villains in Bollywood

Most  melodramatic Bollywood films  consist of 3 main pillars: Hero (good man), Heroine (enticing personality) and most importantly a villain (evil anarchist to show that the hero is awesome & can do everything for his girl). Sometimes for a change of pace, Bollywood adds political and patriotic flavor too to Indian movies to confirm that the villain is a most dreadful celebrity on the earth of Bollywood.

So who are the top 10 best Indian actors as Villains in Bollywood movies? Here is the list of best villains in Indian film industry:

# 10 … Famous Bollywood villain: Kiran Kumar as Lotiya Pathan – in the Bollywood movie Tezab beside the power presence of  Indian actor Anil Kapoor and famous Indian actress Madhuri Dixit.

# 9 … Famous Bollywood Villain: Sadashiv Amrapurkar as Maharani – In  Bollywood movie “Sarak”  he was amazingly brilliant. He was the man who brought realism to Bollywood villains. No other actor represented local politicians and dark side of society as Sadashiv Amrapurkar did.

# 8 … Famous Bollywood villain: Gulshan Grover as Bad Man– What really makes Gulshan Grover stands out is the fact that he is still the first name to come to  mind in a movie full of  Bollywood cast of  famous Indian actors like Anupam Kher, Amrish Puri, Paresh Rawal and others.

# 7 … Famous Bollywood villain: Danny Denzongpa as Kancha Cheena : In Bollywood movie “Agneepath”, Danny Denzongpa takes over the village Mandwa where hero Vijay Dinanath Chauhan is born. Just wants to keep his business flourishing, so that’s it. Oh yes, he has aviator shades on with clean gelled hair. Danny Denzongpa was a villain who bought fashion sense to this character in Bollywood.

# 6 … Famous Bollywood villain: Pran as Gajendra– Pran is the first official villain in Indian film industry, whose mere presence on screen evoked anger among the general public going to the extent of abusing him. Definitely he did his job well. He stands out in public memory as the evil Gajendra from famous Bollywood movie “Ram and Shyam”.

# 5 … Famous Bollywood villain: Kulbhushan Kharbanda as Shakaal – First techno Bollywood villain replete with a shark tank, sliding doors with colorful panels, many gadgets, the very slick Shaakaal’s style and charisma exceeds those of Amitabh, Shashi and Shatrughan put together. Kulbhushan Kharbanda’s “Shakaal” scored high on cruelty in style in Bollywood.

# 4 …  Famous Bollywood Villain Anupam Kher as Dr Dang– Famous Indian actor  Anupam Kher outshined everyone with his over the top villainy in famous Bollywood movie Karma. “Thappar ki Goonj” was an over the top dialogues oozing with negative energy. It was also memorable for Bollywood movie “Chalbaz”.

# 3 … Famous Bollywood villain: Ajit as Lion– Ajit commemorated the sophisticated villain with his individual style and distinguishing enunciation in which he introduced himself “Saara shahar mujhe lion ke name se jaanta hai”.

# 2 … Famous Bollywood villain: Amjad Khan as Gabbar Singh – The villain who need no introduction, Bollywood actor Amjad Khan, one and only in his acting. He was the man who was the gem of the famous Bollywood film ‘Sholey’ with dialogues “Ab tera kya hoga kaalia”&“Kitne aadmi the re?”

# 1 … Famous Bollywood villain: Amrish Puri as Mogambo – Terrorizes and wants to be the king of the world opposite Anil Kapoor, Mr. India, with still memorable with dialogue Mogambo Khush Hua! Also famous for countless villain roles like Balvant Rai.

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