When the talk of movies come up, the limelight is always on the hero or the main protagonist. However, a movie ain’t complete without its antagonist plotting vigorously against the leads.
A man who stormed the Bollywood arena with his villainous acting credentials is the talk of our blog today. It’s the Bad Man of the Bollywood, Gulshan Grover.
Having started back his career over three decades ago, he has lived up to his billing by delivering several great performances over the years. Here’s a look back at the fine career of Gulshan Grover to enact his best bits.
Down you go, to the top ten best movies of Gulshan Grover of all time.
10) Mohra (1994)
- A crime drama film by Rajiv Rai, this one bordered on the storyline of a man going mayhem for killing his enemies.
- The movie featured Akshay Kumar, Sunil Shetty, Raveena Tandon, Naseeruddin Shah, Gulshan Grover and more in major roles.
- The movie opened up to rave reviews and performed great at the box office circuit.
9) Raja Babu (1994)
- One from the camp of David Dhawan featuring Govinda and Karishma Kapoor in the leads, this one is a fine family drama with lots of laughter around.
- This movie had Govinda play a role of a poor orphan adopted by a wealthy villager duo Kader Khan and Aruna Irani.
- The movie featured Gulshan Grover in an antagonist role.
8) Vijaypath (1994)
- This action drama film was directed by Farouq Siddique.
- The movie featured Ajay Devgan, Tabu, Danny Denzongpa and Gulshan Grover in major roles.
- The movie remains one of the most loved till date in the history of Bollywood.
7) Dilwale (1994)
- A romantic drama film directed by Harry Bajewa, this one remains one of the finest of the lots.
- The movie featured Ajay Devgan, Sunil Shetty, Raveena Tandon, Paresh Rawal, Gulshan Grover and more.
- The movie explores the aftermath of a mental patient and the role of a police officer in helping bring the convict to the justice.
- Gulshan Grover played the role of Shankar Bihari in the movie.
6) Ram Lakhan (1989)
- Who wouldn’t remember the chartbusting number from this movie- ‘Yeh Ji, Oh Ji’?
- This movie featured the story of two brothers played by Anil Kapoor and Jackie Shroff.
- The movie enacted Gulshan Grover as the Bad Man of Bollywood with his character Kesariya Vilayati aka Bad Man.
5) Hera Pheri (2000)
- An Indian comedy flick, this one is ranked as one of the best comedy films to have been made in Bollywood.
- This movie had Sunil Shetty, Paresh Rawal, and Akshay Kumar shares the screens in a lead
- Gulshan Grover played the villainous character of Kabira, the prime antagonist in the movie.
4) Sabse Bada Khiladi (1995)
- The third installment in the Khiladi series after Khiladi and Main Khiladi Tu Anari, this one had Akshay Kumar, Mamta Kulkarni, Monish Behl in the leads.
- Gulshan Grover displayed his immense acting skills by portraying Inspector Ke-Kada.
- The movie is adapted from the novel Lallu by Ved Prakash Sharma.
3) Khiladiyon Ka Khiladi (1996)
- An action-themed film by Umesh Mehra, this one is another in the series of Khiladi.
- The movie featured Akshay Kumar, Raveena Tandon, Rekha, Gulshan Grover and more in major roles.
- Gulshan Grover played his usual villainous side with the role of King Don.
- The movie was the top grosser of the year.
2) I Am Kalam (2010)
- A true masterpiece that evokes emotions into people out there, this one was directed by Nila Madhab Panda.
- The movie explores the need for education for underprivileged children. It further elaborates on the theme of human survival.
- Gulshan Grover played the role of Bhatti, a Dhaba owner in the movie.
- The movie was immensely loved throughout the world.
1) Gangster (2006)
- A movie by Anurag Basu, this one was written by Mahesh Bhatt,
- The movie featured Emraan Hashmi, Shiney Ahuja, Gulshan Grover and Kangana Ranaut in major roles.
- The movie speaks up a story of a gangster based in Seoul and his aftermath in a relationship.
- Gulshan Grover played the role of Khan Bhai, the don in the movie.
- The movie was immensely praised and became a commercial success.
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