Bollywood villains News
Kancha, Mogambo, Gabbar, Shakal…the greatest villains of Bollywood cinema
Bollywood’s bad guys have better lines, better outfits, better babes, more gadgets and way more fun before they go out in the climax reel with a bang
Agneepath, the first success of 2012, firmly establishes the return of that Hindi movie staple—the villain. For almost two decades, the director trinity of Sooraj Barjatya, Karan Johar and Aditya Chopra, who championed family values and pretty people in love, had effectively banished the baddie from Bollywood. But Agneepath’s Kancha, played by a manically grinning Sanjay Dutt, a hairless man given to reciting the Gita as he hangs people, has brought the over-sized, over-wrought villain centrestage. Raavan is back (ironically, midwifed by the same Karan who had helped oust him). Click here to read more
Do you want to watch Shahrukh Khan as a villain in ‘Dhoom 5’?
It’s going to be an insurmountable task to present King Khan in a meaner, cooler and more stylish bad guy than he was in Don 2
We had heard that Aditya Chopra has set his heart on Salman Khan to play the hot baddie in Dhoom 4, now the latest update is that he wants Shahrukh Khan to play the villain for the fifth edition of the slick thriller. Apparently, these two films will be the last of the popular series. Click here to read more
Will Salman Khan play the baddie in ‘Dhoom 4’?
There is more than one reason why we think the Bodyguard actor should lap up the opportunity to bring out the dark side inside him
We don’t know how true this fresh piece of goss is, but just hearing it got us excited. And if it does come true, it will make things really interesting. According to trade buzz, Yash Raj Films has big plans for the Dhoom franchise. Apparently, Vijay Acharya, the write and director of Dhoom 3, has been using his free time (Dhoom 3’s shooting schedule has been pushed to mid-2012 because of Aamir Khan’s over-packed diary) to complete the script for Dhoom 4. And what he has come up with has impressed the big bosses sitting on the fourth floor of the Yash Raj corporate office. Click here to read more
Aamir Khan, Shahrukh Khan, Sanjay Dutt – who is the coolest villain?
It is no longer bad to be evil in B-town. The quintessential Bollywood villain who had almost disappeared from the big screen has made is making a big comeback and all the top stars are scurrying to grab it
Once upon a time in Bollywood, being bad was a big no. The bad man of the 60s and the 70s played by the likes of Jeevan, Ajit and Pran and in the 80s by Prem Chopra, Amjad Khan, Danny Denzongpa and Amrish Puri just disappeared in the 2000s. Click here to read more