Gulshan Grover, the renowned Bad Man of Bollywood, will shortly be 66 on 21st September. The performer has nearly 400 credited parts in Bollywood and foreign films. Although his extensive filmography and a wide range of parts in many colours, he is most known for his negative performances.
Grover seems to have a knack for drawing to life characters whom most actors would be embarrassed to be connected with. During an interview, he declared that the age of evil men, of genuine villains, had come to end with him. Among of his most well-known negative roles include:
1. Avtaar (1983):
In the film Avtaar, one among his early examples as to how brutally he can portray a role is displayed. Rajesh Khanna became pure wickedness inside the manner he handled his elderly and defenceless parents like an urban, indifferent child.
2. Ram Lakhan (1989):
The legendary villain within the film, Kesariya Vilayati or Badman, has become a storyline figure inside the lives of Lakhan, portrayed by Anil Kapoor. Grover earned the label of Bollywood’s infamous Badman as just a result of such a movie.
3. Angaaray (1998):
Throughout his career, he had portrayed nearly every type of gangster, however, Lala Roshanlal is among the most well-known. The movie was indeed a throwback to the 1990s, featuring Akshay Kumar playing a cop opposing Grover’s villain.
4. Hera Pheri (2000):
Who could really overlook the threatening sound from the conversation, “Kabeera speaking”? Despite his short appearance, he left a lasting impression upon Hera Pheri fans. This villain of such a comic extravaganza has always been one of Grover’s greatest and also most unforgettable characters.
5. Gangster (2006):
Gulshan Grover portrayed the gangster Khan inside this movie. He adjusted himself to a persona extremely effectively, given that current villains vary from those of the 1980s and 1990s. Notwithstanding his limited screen time, he succeeded in making an impression on the public.