Unforgettable Villains of Bollywood
Without a villain, no story is complete. They are the ones who give flair and flavor to the story. Let's take a look at some of Bollywood's most memorable villains:
1. Gabbar Singh from Sholay
When the topic of iconic villains comes up, the first name that comes to mind is none other than Gabbar Singh. Gabbar, the quintessential dacoit, has left his imprint on cinema history. He is remembered for his frightful laugh and the permanent imprint of his classic dialogue, "kitne aadmi the?" His name alone still sends chills down the spines of those who remember his unsettling aura.
2. Kancha Cheena from Agneepath
Agneepath, a tale woven with threads of revenge, owes its existence to a truly chilling and indelible antagonist - Kancha Cheena. Sanjay Dutt's bald look and merciless personality impeccably captured the character's essence
3. Bhallaladeva from Bahubali
The mightier the protagonist, the more powerful the villain is. Bhallaladeva is a prime example of a wicked character who is equal to the film's hero in terms of strength and perseverance. One-of-a-kind ruler who did not even spare his brother in his greed for the throne.
4. Chedi Singh from Dabangg
At times, it is the protagonist's blunt statements that imprint the villain on our minds. Similarly, in the movie Dabangg, a standout dialogue by Salman Khan's character Chulbul Pandey "Chedi Singh hum tum mein itne ched kare ke confuse ho jaoge.." struck a chord, making Chedi Singh an unforgettable figure.
5. Mogambo from Mr. India
The dialogue "Mogambo khush hua" has eternally immortalized this character. Mogambo, a sadistic persona, revels in every aspect of evil. His presence stands as an example of the ultimate villain.
Don has always been a charming villain in the world of villains. He has his own style, charisma, and is the film's brightest nemesis. “Don ko 12 mulko ki police dhundh rahi hai” became an iconic catchphrase.