Other than many actors and actresses, there have been most iconic villains in Bollywood which are still remembered for their iconic negative characters. Let us know some of them:
Amjad Khan as Gabbar Singh
Whenever it comes to list down the iconic Bollywood villains, then who can make the mistake of forgetting the scary villain Gabbar Singh from the movie Sholay. This role was played by late actor Amjad Khan.
He is remembered for his dialogues like Arrey O Sambha Kitna Inaam Rakhi Hai Sarkaar Hum Pe, Kitne Aadmi The, and Yeh Haath Humko De De Thakur.
Amrish Puri as Mogambo
Another very iconic villain from the 90s is the late Amrish Puri. He is remembered for his role as Mogambo from Mr. India. It is hard to forget his dialogue that says Mogambo Khush Hua.
Shakti Kapoor as Crime Master Gogo
Even though Shakti Kapoor has played many negative roles, his one such funniest villain role of crime master GOGO from Andaaz Apna Apna with his famous dialogue, Main Hoon Crime Master Gogo, Ankhein Nikaal Ke Gotiya Khelta Hoon.
Mukesh Rishi as Bulla
This tall fearsome-looking villain has been active since the 90s. In most of the movies, he has played villainous roles. His one such role was in the movie Gunda, where he played the role of Bulla. No one can forget his famous dialogue, Mera Naam Hai Bulla, Rakhta Hoon Sab Khulla.
Gulshan Grover as Kesariya Vilayati/Badman
When it comes to the brigade of iconic Bollywood villains from the 90s, then Gulshan Grover is indeed the name that cannot be forgotten. Among many of his negative roles, there is Kesariya Vilayati, a notorious gangster from the movie Ram Lakhan.
Ashutosh Rana as Lajja Shankar Pandey
In Sangharsh, he played the character of Lajja Shankar Pandey who is a religious fanatic in sacrificing the children to become immortal. It is hard to forget the spine-chilling scene when he shouts with his tongue with his finger on.
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