Bollywood News and Gossips – Rajnikanth to Join List of Famous Bollywood Actor Who Played Don on Screen

Famous Bollywood actor Rajinikanth’s new film Kabali releases a week later than it was originally scheduled for and, unsurprisingly, Friday cannot arrive fast enough for fans.

The Famous Bollywood actor is playing part of a Malaysia-based Don, with grey hair and his trademark sunglasses.

As Don Kabali, Famous Bollywood actor Rajinikanth joins this shortlist of five other actors, revered for their acts as filmic gangsters.

 

Big B

 The foundation stone of Big B’s career was on Deewaar‘s Vijay Verma, which is believed to have been based on real life gangster Haji Mastan. Famous Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachan followed this performance with Don as well as his lookalike substitute.

SRK

 SRK revealed his Don side with a millennial remake of Big B’s Don. SRK had played the criminal Manu Dada in action-comedy Duplicate. Next January the Famous Bollywood actor is set to be seen as a black-marketer operating out of the dry state of Gujarat in Raees.

Ajay Devgan

Mr. Devgan played the ruthless mafia boss Malik in 2002’s Company. This was followed by, Omkara, leader of a gang that commits political crimes and Once Upon A Time in Mumbaai, playing smuggler Sultan Mirza.

Sanju Baba

Sanjay dutt started streaks of negative roles with Khalnayak in which he portrayed criminal Ballu. Over the years, Famous Bollywood actor was cast in several gangster roles, such as Aatish, Deewar, Vaastav, Munna bhai and its sequal, Lage raho munna bhai.


Manoj Bajpayee
Often cast in criminal roles, Manoj Bajpayee’s breakout performance was as Bhiku Mhatre in Satya, Famous Bollywood actor’s role as Sardar Khan, leader of one of the nominal gangs of Jharkhand’s coal mafia Gangs of Wasseypur is unforgettable for the audiences.

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