Earlier Bollywood films had villains with whacky costumes, peculiar makeup, but now-a-days villains have new trends and new styles
Anupam Kher doesn't like stepping into someone else's shoes on-screen but he may make an exception for the role of Mogambo
From playing the perennial romantic hero to transforming himself as the go-to character actor, Rishi Kapoor says he is enjoying every moment of his second innings in Bollywood.
Actor Ranbir Kapoor says he wants to move away from his popular boy-next-door image and play a negative character on-screen.
Gabbar Singh, Sholay (1975): Before filming started, both Dharmendra and Amitabh Bachchan reportedly realised that Gabbar would be the most popular character of the movie and asked to play him. Happily, Amjad Khan got the role and his career-making performance as the evil, sadistic dacoit who shows no mercy is now legendary. He had the best dialogues – kitne aadmi the, tera kya hoga kaalia - and, with a little help of a belt-whip and shifting sleazy eyes, became part of Bollywood folklore. The success of Sholay, one of Bollywood's most seminal films, was in no small measure dependent on it's villain.