Though we love our hero who alone fight with 20 to 30 people, though he escape from hundreds of Bullets coming towards him, but he managed to kill hundred goons with his single pistol; we also sometime likes our very own Villains who makes their own ‘Hatke’ impression on us. Today we brings to you those such Villains of this year’s (2012) Bollywood films, who made long lasting impression on audiences.
1. Sanjay Dutt as Kancha China in Agneepath
Who can forget his dangerous laugh while roaming hands on his bald head? Sanjay Dutt’s smashing Avtaar (get-up) in Agneepath made him the most liked Villain of the year. His bald killer look, well built muscular, his punchy dialogues with such an intense look made audience to like Villain more than hero and the movie also turned out to be the first 100 crore Blockbuster of the year.
2. Bipasha Basu
She had 2 flops films to her credit with Players & Jodi Breakers but her last film of the year given her much appraisal. She really performed the negative character in Raaz 3 so well and strong that it became the one of the factor for the film to be successful at the Box office. It was her returned to Bhatt camp and whatte a comeback it was. Undoubtedly she deserves to get nominated for best Villain category of 2012 Awards along with Sanjay Dutt.
3. Nawazuddin Siddqui
The year has really been good for Nawazuddin as he made impressive debut with 'Gangs of Wasseypur, and impressive roles in 'Kahaani’ and "Talaash". Though his role was little but in such a brief appearance too, he was succeeded to make nice impression as a negative shade.
4. Prakash Raj
As expected Prakash Raj was awesome in Dabangg 2 as well. After huge recognition for his excellent negative role in Singham, he continued giving his best shot. His negative character of Bachcha Bhaiyya also looked very promising and strong.