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Bollywood and its love for Bald villains

we have brought some of the bald villains of Bollywood, let’s have a look:

Kancha Cheena – Agneepath

Kancha Cheena is the main antagonist of the 2012 Indian film Agneepath. Formerly a street drug runner in Mumbai, Kancha emerges as an unscrupulous drug kingpin who is obsessed with the Bhagavad Gita and the Ramayana. He seeks total control of Mumbai’s underground and is fully responsible for the death of Master Dinanath Chauhan, the father of Vijay Dinanath Chauhan. Kancha is portrayed by Sanjay Dutt in the 2012 remake.

Ra.One – Arjun Rampal

Arjun Rampal starred as Ra.One: a cybernetic tyrant and the main antagonist of the film who terrorizes Prateek and commits murder to do so. He stunned everyone with his bald looks with ‘pie/2’ written on his head. Apart from this, his dialogue “ Pta hai hum Ravaan ko kyu nhi jaalate? Kyuki hume pta hai who kabhi nahi marta” was something that gave goosebumps!! He justified his looks and scared the hell out of everyone.

General Dong – Tahalka

 “Upar waala wrong ho sakta hai, magar Dong, kabhi wrong nahin hota.” Do you remember the thrilling look of Amrish Puri in the movie Tahalka? Tahalka was a 1992 Bollywood action movie in which the protagonist General Dong (Amrish Puri) was shown as an evil dictator of a kingdom called Dongrila where he had kidnapped dozens of schoolgirls and planned to use them as suicide bombers! Late actor Amrish Puri has been famous for his villainous roles in his entire career. Whether it is Mogambo or Ashraf Ali, he had nailed them all. However, the look of Amrish in this film was indeed the most terrifying one!!

Mr. Khan – Table No. 21

Though it is realized at the end of the movie that Paresh Rawal was not an evil character in the film, initially, he was portrayed as the villainous character in the movie Table No. 21. Paresh Rawal’s bald look Avtar was a stunner for the fans since he was never expected for a look like that.

Shakaal – Shaan

Shakaal’s character, played by Kulbhushan Kharbanda, was inspired by the west. This villain was the epitome of coolness. He had his island with sharks and crocodiles. And fancy gadgets too! He was wicked, but a sophisticated baddie. Though Shaan didn’t do well at the box-office, the audiences haven’t forgotten Shakaal.

Lajja Shankar – Sangharsh

Okay now, this was something one could never forget! Bollywood has never seen a villain as terrifying as the talented Ashutosh Rana. The bald look of Rana in the film Sangharsh was the most terrifying ones from the list. He played the role of Satan incarnate Lajja Shankar Pandey who believes in the sacrifice of children to gain immortality!! Damn evil, Right?

M. B. Shetty – Villian in Various Bollywood Movies of the 70s and 80s

Muddu Babu Shetty, aka M. B. Shetty, was an Indian stuntman and action choreographer and actor in the 1970s Hindi cinema. He had a towering personality with a bald head, often cast as the villain brought down by heroes half his size.

Kevin Pereira – Rocky Handsome

Director Nishikant Kamat stepped into the shoes of the main villain in his directorial, Rocky Handsome. Kamat played the baddie Kevin Pereira, a bald Goan gang lord. The film also starred John Abraham and Shruti Haasan, but the face-off between Nishikant and John was worth a watch!!

Danny Denzongpa, Pukar

Pukar is a 2000 Indian action thriller film co-written and directed by Rajkumar Santoshi. The brutal, bold kohl-line eyed, Danny’s deadly baldhead terrorist in Pukar was the embodiment of cinematic evil.

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