- Jaykant Shikre from Singham
Prakash Raj is the most loved villain of Bollywood. In Singham he plays a role of a don and politician who runs a number of rackets including smuggling, kidnaping and extortion in Goa. The iconic dialogue by Prakash Raj is still popular-“Mere saath kuch bhi karneka, mera ego hurt nai karneka”.
- Kancha from Agneepath
With the bald look, Sunjay Dutt just nailed this role. Kancha is an underworld don who takes Mandwa- a small village. Badas dialogue of Kancha was- “Tum kya leke aaye the, aur kya leke jaaoge. Rahejaye sirf ek insaan, sarva shakthi shali, sarva shaktimaan”.
- Mogambo from Mr. India
One of the reasons why Mr. India is still stuck to our mind is because of the role ‘Mogambo’ played by Amrish Puri. His strange hairstyle, costume and a stick with his evil acting took Mogambo to another level. His iconic dialogue was “Mogambo khush hua”.
- Baa from Ram-Leela
Supriya pathak played the negative role of Baa in Ram-Leela. She gave a power packed performance and gave the Bollywood most powerful female villain. Her dialogue that got famous was “Goli aur gussa sahi waqt par kharcha karna chaiye”
- Shakaal from Shaan
Shaan wasn’t the block buster, but still audience haven’t forgot Shakal- role played by Kulbhushan Kharbanda. This villain was the perfect example of coolness. A sophisticated villain with his own island surrounded by crocodiles and sharks. The way he delivered the dialogue at the end of movies was exceptional. “Yeh zahreeli gas dheere dheere mehfil ko aur rangeen banati rahegi”.
- Rakesh from Ek Villain
No one expected Ritesh Deshmukh in negative role. But he nailed that role by giving all his efforts. Ek villain was known for the creepy and frustrated character of Rakesh who used to murder women’s who yelled at him. His dialogue was also creepy as his acting. Dialogue-“Sorry madam!!! Aainda aapko shikayat ka mauka nahi milega”
- Gabbar from Sholay
Who don’t know gabbar? The most evil villain of Bollywood. No other one could have given justice to the role other than Amjad Khan. There were many iconic dialogues by Gabbar. But the most famous was “Kitne admi they?”
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