There was a time when actors playing hero roles on screen avoided playing negative characters. Those who used to be villains had to face hatred in real life too, but with time the audience matured and along with telling stories, the trend of playing characters also changed. Now hero and villain have become two sides of the same coin.
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Bollywood Heroes Turn Villains:
The bigger the villain, the bigger the hero. If you want to increase the stature of a hero in a film, then the villain should be big. In Hindi cinema, from Pran, Ajit, Prem Nath to Prem Chopra, Amjad Khan, and Amrish Puri, they have sent shivers down the spines of the audience with their villainy.
As the stories of films changed with time, the performance of villains in films also kept changing. The interesting thing is that the prejudice that existed in the minds of the audience regarding villains is gradually disappearing, due to which even such actors, who mostly played the roles of heroes, have started coming on screen as villains.
These artists say – enough heroism, now it’s the turn of villains. The difference between positive and negative characters on screen is decreasing. That is why if the character has strength, it does not matter to these actors whether it is negative or positive.
Bobby Deol :
The teaser of Ranbir Kapoor’s film Animal was released recently and since then Bobby Deol has been in the news. Bobby arrives in the last scenes of the teaser. He doesn’t say anything, just gestures, but his style went viral on social media.