Villains are equally responsible for a film's success. Niketan Dheer's performance in 'Chennai Express' is getting appreciation from all quarters.
Director Ajay Bahl's 'BA Pass' introduced the audience to a new type of villain in the form of Shilpa Shukla. She was subtle, cunning and dangerous.
Jimmy Shergill rose to the occasion and surprised the audience and the critics with his nuanced performance in 'Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster Returns'.
Rishi Kapoor decided to play negative characters after a long time in his career but now he is constantly coming up with brilliant roles. 'D Day' is the latest example.
John Abraham was a glamorous antagonist in 'Race 2', who didn't think twice before setting anybody up.
Konkona Sen Sharma played a witch in 'Ek Thi Daayan' and her conviction prompted the viewers to take notice.
Kay Kay is not known for playing over-the-top villain but he passed the test with flying colours in 'ABCD'.
Boman Irani fought an unjust legal battle in 'Jolly LLB' with an emotionless face. Arshad Warsi must have found it difficult to combat Irani's acting skills.
Sonu Sood plays the hero and the baddie with equal ease. 'Shootout At Wadala' showed how ruthless could he become on-screen.
Paresh Rawal's cold blooded moves left Tena Desae and Rajeev Khandelwal startled in 'Table No 21'.