15 Times The Side Character Outshone The Lead In A Bollywood Movie

15 Times The Side Character Outshone The Lead In A Bollywood Movie

Bollywood is the hub where there is the so many super stars. You can either be an across the nation superstar or sneak around in world. We see numerous movies where super stars are casted in the movie and their face which is well known that makes our geniuses look considerably greater and better.

Here are 15 occurrences in a Bollywood film, where the well-known face of a supporting character overshadowed the principle character of the film from numerous points of view:

1. Deepak Dobriyal in Delhi 6

In a movie Delhi -6 casting including on-screen characters like Om Puri, Pawan Malhotra, Waheeda Rahman and Supriya Pathak, it was the role of Deepak Dobriyal – representative at the nearby halwai who has been shone in the movie the most. Much more than the lead on-screen characters Abhishek Bachchan and Sonam Kapoor.

2. Kay Menon in Shaurya

Rahul Bose didn’t stand a possibility. Kay Menon assuming the role by Jack Nicholson in the first, not just figured out how to inspire with his power. He even nailed that end monolog, where he performed the execellent venom for the sake of control.

3. Amrita Puri in Aisha

Sonam Kapoor’s adaptation novel Emma, included herself, Ira Dubey and Abhay Deol ahead of the pack. In any case, it was Amrita Puri and her white collar class ways which prevailed upon us.

4. Vikram in Raavan

Mani Ratnam’s advanced interpretation of the Ramayana, was being anticipated after their effective coordinated effort with lead performing artists Abhishek Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai in Guru. Be that as it may, when the film released it was Chiyaan Vikram’s transcending execution which obscured the lead combine by a long distance.

5. Rajesh Sharma in No One Killed Jessica

Rajkumar Gupta’s film on the genuine homicide case had both superstar Vidya Balan and Rani Mukherji producing the most effective role in the movie. In any case, it was Rajesh Sharma in the role of the investigating officer that outlasted both the lead characters.

6. Abhimanyu Singh in Gulaal

Featuring amazing on-screen characters running from Kay Menon, Piyush Mishra to Aditya Srivastava – it was Abhimanyu Singh whose character and performance figured out how to remain with us for quite a while to come. Despite the fact that he’s on film just for a large portion of the running time.

7. Manu Rishi in Oye Lucky Oye

Dibakar Banerjee’s film on Delhi’s Super-chor was a magnificently acted film. Including a beguiling lead in Abhay Deol as well as awesome Richa Chadha, three staggering Paresh Rawals – it was Manu Rishi who shone as Abhay Deol’s fast friend Bangali.

8. Manish Chaudhari in Rocket Singh: Salesman of the Year

Shimit Amin’s film revolved around a business visionary making there were many star cast who are familiar face to the audience, and highlighted a bundle of splendid on-screen characters including the lead Ranbir Kapoor, Gauhar Khan, D. Santosh and Prem Chopra. In any case, it was the film’s opponent who left with the acting distinctions.

9. Richa Chadha in Gangs of Wasseypur 1

Anurag Kashyap’s two-section Wasseypur films had enough extraordinary performing artists for about 10 standard Bollywood movies. In any case, in case we will discuss the totally jolting men of Wasseypur, it was Najma Khatoon and her dingy mouth which made even Sardar Khan cringe with dread.

10. Aditya Srivastav in Black Friday

Anurag Kashyap’s movie was based onĀ  ’93 Bombay bomb impacts, had in excess of twelve ‘lead characters’ going from performers playing Tiger Memon, ACP Rakesh Maria and Dawood Ibrahim. But then it was Badshah Khan, who shone the most brilliant.

11. Pitobash Tripathy in Shor: In The City

Coordinated by Raj Nidimoru and Krishna D.K – the film set amid the Ganpati celebration had Tushar Kapoor and Hollywood import Sendhil Ramamurthy as the main known faces in the movie. In any case, it was debut Pitobash whose zeal and will power and energetic acting fetch the audience towards him in the movie.

12. Seema Pahwa in Shubh Mangal Saavadhan

Mother roles are at any rate consigned to the dim role in the parts of a Bollywood film, yet among actors like Bhumi Pednekar, Ayushmann Khurrana, it was Seema Pahwa as the female lead’s mom who left a permanent stamp. She teaches her girl about sexual intimacy, utilizing the most crazy Alibaba similarity.

13. Annu Kapoor in Vicky Donor

In a film about the way of life conflict between the Bongs and the Punjabis, the movie round the fertility specialist – Dr. Chadha who leaves with the film. Annu Kapoor (notwithstanding his genuine BS) was an outright mob in the film – overshadowing the two leads Ayushmann Khurrana and Yami Gautam.

14. Rajit Kapur in Ghulam

Once upon a time, when we were kids – this redo of Marlon Brando’s On the Waterfront was loyal, as well as he was seen first time Rajit Kapur in Bollywood films. What’s more, as Jai, Kapur towers over lead character Siddhu played by Aamir Khan.

15. Mithun Chakroborty in Guru

A gigantically watch worthy film, a debt of gratitude is in order for its awesome moments between actors on their diversion – despite the fact that both Abhishek Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai are an electric combine, the character of Mithun Da outshone everybody. Playing a character of Ramnath Goenka, Mithun was fun loving, diverting and genuine all in the meantime.

These on-screen characters merit quite a lot more.