Bollywood Actors Who Successfully Portrayed Negative Roles

Bollywood Actors

Indian cinema has gifted us so many gems of actors be it heroes, vamps, and villains. There have been many noted villains in this industry like Pran, Lalita Pawar, Bindu, Madan Puri, Prem Chopra, Jeevan, Ranjeet, Amrish Puri, and so on. 


We all know them for their antagonist roles in the Hindi movies creating problems for heroes and torturing heroines with eve-teasing and even rape. But besides these known names, there are actors who other than playing heroes have also essayed negative roles very well. 


Let us have a glance at some of these Bollywood stars starting with:


Naseeruddin Shah


He is one of the gems of Bollywood who aced with any kind of role, be it positive or negative. He played several negative roles in the movies, but one such role he played was of a cruel subedar in the 1987 movie Mirch Masala.


Shahrukh Khan


Yes, this dimpled actor is known for his romantic hero image with films like Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge, Dil Toh Paagal Hai, Veer Zaara, and so on. 


But if you can just recollect your memories of 90s cinema, then you will find that Shahrukh has played negative roles in movies. 


One of the cruelest antagonist scenes he did was throwing Shilpa Shetty from the terrace in Baazigar


His dialogue I Love You Kkk…Kiran from the movie Darr is still famous. In Anjaam also played the obsessed lover who does everything to get the love of Madhuri Dixit.


Priyanka Chopra


Priyanka is one such Bollywood actress who aced the negative character of Sonia Roy with utmost perfection in the movie Aitraaz. 


But this is not the only movie where she was seen as a vamp. Her other negative roles include 7 Khoon Maaf, Yakeen, and the Hollywood movie Baywatch 


Saif Ali Khan


We all have seen him playing funny and romantic roles in the 90s movies. But he too joins the brigade in playing the negative role of Langda Tyagi in the movie Omkara and Udaybhan Singh Rathore in Tanaji

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Manoj Singhaniya

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