Top 10 Dons of Bollywood

Posted by: Adhika | Posted on: May 20th, 2013 | No Comments

Bollywood is ruled by beauty, romance and dons. The industry has witnessed many dons in the past few years. Few have left an impact on the audience. Here’s a look at the most popular dons in Bollywood.

Aala Re Aaala Manya Aala… Truly John Abraham managed to whitewashed his model image and enthralled one and all with his effective performance in Shootout At Wadala as Manya Surve. The box office collections of the film have created a new record for the film.

Sonu Sood’s character in Shootout At Wadala Dilawar Imtiaz Haskar is based on Dawood Ibrahim. The actor, who is known for playing grey shades portrayed the character with lot of ease.

Ajay Devgn grabbed eyeballs with his intense performance as Sultan Mirza in Once Upon A Time in Mumbaai. The dialogues of the film made Ajay one of the most wanted dons of the industry.

Don Ko Pakadna Mushkil Hi Nahi, Namumkin Hain took Amitabh Bachchan’s fan club to another level. Mr. Bachchan essayed the role with lot of style and grace. His dialogue delivery and immensely intense personality made his favorite don of many Bollywood buffs.

King Khan was seen as don in the remake of Mr. Bachchan’s Don made in 70s. SRK also made Don 2 in 2011. The films did well at the box office and Shahrukh’s followers accepted the new don.

Vivek Oberoi’s entry to Bollywood with Company impressed one and all. He essayed the character of Chandrakant Nagre and his don image grabbed him lot of appreciation in the B’town.

Mumbai’s mafia, underworld don Bhiku Mhatre essayed by Manoj Bajpai made his entry to the big world of Bollywood and gained lot of critical acclaim.

Randeep Hooda played the role of don and worked on the different aspects of his personality. He also received critical acclaim as he donned the right style and attitude of a don.

The dialogue Saara Seher Mujhe Loin Ke Naam Se Jante Hai…. gave a new place to Ajit in the industry. He essayed different roles and his unique style and personality made him the big bad man of B-town.

Sanjay Dutt as Raghunath (Raghu) Namdev Shivalkhar entertained all his followers in Mahesh Manjrekar’s Vaastav: The Reality. The film was supposedly based on the life of Mumbai underworld gangster Chota Rajan.
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