The new age Bollywood villain can no longer be called a ‘Gunda’. He is smarter, fitter, meaner and deserves a classy name – ‘Anti-Hero’.
Aamir Khan - Dhoom 3
The trailer says it all. Flying comes the perfectionist Khan on a superbike out of a plethora of police cars on a bike and rides straight into our hearts. The long – and I mean it when I say ‘long’ – wait is almost over. With the film releasing this December, the fans are more sure than hoping for another ‘perfect’ outing.
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Vivek Oberoi – Krrish 3
Bollywood might have had some superheroes but seldom has it given us a super villain to be scared of (If you think Arjun Rampal as Ra.One was a super villain, then sorry, He hardly had 20 minutes on screen).
Vivek Oberoi for sure is a talented actor but then playing ‘JayantaBhai’ is surely not taking him anywhere.
Vivek playing ‘Kaal’ in ‘Krrish 3’ has a hell lot to prove and definitely gives us a hell lot to look forward to too.
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Karan Johar – Bombay Velvet
Bombay Velvet as a film has many Firsts to offer but the one that thrills the most is Karan Johar playing a full length role for the first time but the fact that it’s a negative role is much more intriguing.
Starring Ranbir Kapoor in the lead and directed by Anurag Kashyap, some parts of the film have already been shot in Sri Lanka. Slated for a Gandhi Jayanti release next year, this film has got everyone interested.
Ronit Roy - Boss
There is something charismatic about a villain in ‘Khaki’ and when a khaki with negative shades is donned by Ronit Roy, it for sure makes up for a promising watch.
His negative role in ‘Udaan’ was hailed by one and all but this time it’s different for he comes with a gun in his hand. With most of Akshay’s recent flicks being similar masala commercials, presence of Ronit Roy importantly provides a serious look to the film. Looks like ‘Boss’ Akshay Kumar has got some tough times ahead.
He might be the least known among all the names in the list but this makes it no easier for a hero to fight him. Already been praised for his performances in his previous films, ‘Ramleela’ might turn out to be his big ticket to stardom.
And if you still doubt his calibre, remember him from ‘Shaitan’, and you will know- this guy can be real evil.