As in Indian Film Industry or Bollywood around 364 films are produced per year. There are many actors that get their break into the world of movies and from that bunch only a few make their mark and standout from the rest to be considered as the ” Biggest Hero”.
Bollywood has completed more than 100 years since its inception. From one decade to another the list of Heroes has elongated. To list down the Biggest Hero is not possible as there hasn’t been a single favourite for the movie lovers. So to list down a few, the list goes from-
The List Of Biggest Heroes in Bollywood
Considered as the biggest hero titled as ” The Angry Young Man Of Bollywood”. Superstar Bachchan has created a new tranforming defination of Screen Gods with his presence in the Bollywood. The representation of Bollywood without taking his name is impossible, Working from past more than 50 years in the industry. He is considered as the most hardworking and punctual individual in the industry. Highly respected for his determination towards the work. To name his few iconic movies Deewaar, Sholay, Mard Ko Dard Nhi Hota, Coolie, Black, Kabhi Khushi kabhi Gham, and his revolutionary contribution to the Television industry by being a part of ‘Kaun Banega Crorepati‘.
Shah Rukh Khan –
Known as the ” King Khan of Bollywood”. He is the king of on-screen romance, Badshah of Bollywood. No doubt he is the biggest star in the Indian Film Industry. Winner of 8 Filmfare Awards, he shares this record with the Bollywood legend Dilip Kumar. Part of record-breaking movies like Bazzigar, Dilwale Dhulhaniya Le Jayenge, and Karan Arjun.
“The First Superstar of Bollywood”. The first says it all as with the most female following in the country he was considered for his killer charismatic looks and for onscreen romantic roles. This legend will always be remembered.
“The Tragic Hero of Bollywood”. The finest artists that Bollywood has ever produced. He along with Bollywood actors like Dev Anand and Raj Kapoor had dominated the screens during the 50s and 60s. Mostly been associated with Melodramas, Dilip Sahab worked in Devdas, Azaad, Naya Daur and Mughal-E-Azam.
Known as “The Showman of Bollywood”. The Allrounder Raj Kapoor whatever he did was just outstanding whether its acting or directing. He was the one who enjoyed superstardom since the 1950s. Remarkable work profile from Mera Naam Joker, Jis Desh Mein Ganga Behti Hai, Sangam etc.
This list won’t be complete if Dev Anand is not considered. “The Evergreen Hero of Bollywood”. Like mentioned earlier he deminated in the 1950s and 60s with the other two Dilip Kumar and Raj Kapoor. Considering his humongous work profile from Guide, Jewel Thief, Johnny Mera Naam, Hum Dono, Maya etc.
There are many other heroes but the Biggest of all time are these mentioned above.
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