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'Chennai Express' to 'D-Day': Being bad is the need of the time

  • 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.
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  • 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.
  • 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 s****s.
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  • John Abraham was a glamorous antagonist in 'Race 2', who didn't think twice before setting anybody up.
  • 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'.
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