The entire world is comprised of optimistic and pessimistic things surrounding us, so does our Bollywood industry. From actors like Amitabh Bachchan to Akshay Kumar, we have the other side which includes names like Amrish Puri and Aditya Pancholi. Today we have the list of most talented and valuable villains of all time.
1. Aditya Pancholi
The evergreen actor who got famous with his pessimistic role and popular with movies like Bajirao Mastani, Yes Boss and Gambler. He has got married to Zarina Wahab since 1986. He got a Filmfare nomination for the Best Performance in a Negative Role for Yes Boss.
Ajit got famous for his work in Zanjeer, Awara Badal and Shareef Budmaash. The actor was born in Hyderabad state in British India as Hamid Ali Khan but got famous with mononymous name Ajit.
3. Akhilendra Mishra
Akhilendra Mishra is a renowned actor in Bollywood and Television world. He got famous for his role Kroor Singh in 1990s Doordarshan TV series Chandrakanta. Apart from small screen his noticeable work includes his role of Mirchi Seth in 1999 hit Sarfarosh.
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4. Amjad Khan
Amjad Khan, the actor, and director is known for Sholay (1975), Yaarana (1981) and Maa Kasam (1985). His performance as Gabbar is immortal.
5. Amole Gupte
Amole Gupte is an Indian actor, director, and screenwriter known for his work on Bollywood films like Taare Zameen Par (Like Stars on Earth), Stanley Ka Dabba, Kaminey, and others. He did roles in Bheja Fry 2 (2011), Stanley Ka Dabba (2011), Urumi (2011) Phas Gaye Re Obama (2010) and Kaminey.
6. Amrish Puri
The most iconic actor in Indian cinema for portraying pessimistic roles is Amrish Puri. He went on to become one of the most renowned and credible villains in the history of Indian cinema.
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