Check out: Bollywood's Singh Kings

Men sporting turban have wooed moviegoers with their macho personality and charismatic screen presence.

Check out: Bollywood's Singh Kings
The Deol trio - Sunny, Bobby and Dharmendra in 'Yamla Pagla Deewana'.

Mumbai: Men sporting turban have wooed moviegoers with their macho personality and charismatic screen presence.

The flavour, vivacity and colourfulness of Punjab add beauty to the celluloid. Punjabi music and dance forms have been beautifully woven into the fabric of Bollywood.  

Here’s celebrating Punjab by taking a look at some of the Sikh characters in Bollywood that have stumped audiences worldwide:

Sunny Deol

This Punjabi puttar looks dashing in a turban.

Bobby Deol

The Sikh attire adds magic to Bobby’s personality. Bobby sported a turban in `23rd March 1931: Shaheed` and `Yamla Pagla Deewana`.

Ajay Devgn

This national award winning actor sported a turban in `the legend of bhagat singh` and looked dashing as the freedom fighter.

Akshay Kumar

Akki is truly the lion-hearted puttar of Punjab. The actor has celebrated the rich culture of Punjab in his films and has a huge fan following.

Amitabh Bachchan

The actor of the millennium, Amitabh Bachchan is half Sikh. The actor is good at speaking Punjabi and has carried Sikh attire with élan. He played a Sikh in `Ab Tumhare Hawale Watan Sathiyon `.

Ranbir Kapoor

Ranbir Kapoor is half Sikh. He looked dapper with a turban in `Rocket Singh: Salesman of the year`.

Saif Ali Khan

The Nawab of Pataudi sported a turban in `Love Aaj Kal`.

Salman Khan

Salman Khan played a Sikh character in `Heroes`.

Sanjay Dutt

This Punjabi puttar has a terrific personality to flaunt. He sported a turban in `Sarhad Paar`.

Kunal Kapoor

This handsome Punjabi man looked awesome in a turban in `Bachna Ae Haseeno`.

Rishi Kapoor

The evergreen romantic hero of bollywood, rishi kapoor sported Sikh look in `Patiala House` and `Love Aaj Kal`. 

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