In Bollywood looks and appearances have assumed a noteworthy part in figuring out if a performing artist will play a legend or a character artiste. Requirements to check a section into Bollywood as a legend are great looks, six-pack body, six-feet tallness, etched face and revolving body moves and obviously acting which might be crucial. There have been many on-screen characters who didn't have the essentials of a commonplace Bollywood saint however became famous notwithstanding their normal and flighty looks. We have assembled a rundown of a couple of offbeat looking on-screen characters who played leads in standard Hindi movies to demonstrate that looks don't make a difference.
Numerous don't have the foggiest idea about that on-screen character Naseer got rejected for his incline outline and long nose before he joined NSD or made his Bollywood screen debut in 'Nishant'. He simply didn't possess all the necessary qualities of a legend, what he got were dismissals or a couple character parts before getting saw in diletantish or parallel film in the late 70's and 80's. 'Masoom', "Katha" and "Tridev" got him saw in standard Hindi silver screen where he got acknowledged as the lead. Presently days, he plays characters and leads which suit his age.
With a spotted face and flighty looks who ever however that Om Puri would go worldwide and sack an extent of honors. Beginning off with Shyam Benegal's 'Nishant', he excessively assumed the discouraged Indian part, making it impossible to the boot till 'Ardh Satya' came his direction. He did many saint based parts as his splendid acting and sharp voice helped him get took note. The performing artist is as of now seen assuming elderly character parts in movies.
Another splendid on-screen character who began off by assuming piece parts and awful characters in movies before playing the lead in a couple of educated movies like 'Ankush', "Disha" and 'Prahaar'. With hairy looks and emphasize of a run of the mill 'Marathi Maanus', he hit big time when he played the lead in an outright masala film, "Krantiveer" which got him that year's Filmfare grant for Best Actor. From that point forward he has played many leads in movies like 'Kohram', 'Stomach muscle Tak Chhappan', 'Taxi No.9211', 'The Attacks of 26/11', and so forth.
With a 5 feet something outline, a face brimming with skin break out and a shrilled voice, Pankaj Kapur was never intended to be the run of the mill Bollywood legend however his splendid acting and comic planning were sufficient to make movie producers pay heed to him. The performing artist second to none began off by doing a couple character parts in movies 'Gandhi', 'Jaane Bhi Do Yaaron' and 'Mandi'. Despite the fact that he played the second lead in Vinod Chopra's "Khamosh" yet movies like 'Ek Doctor Ki Maut', "Maqbool" and "Dharm" demonstrated that he was saint material as well.
Another conventional looking residential community man from NSD who made his screen debut by assuming character parts in movies like 'Drohkaal', 'Outlaw Queen', "Tamanna" and 'Daud'. It was Ram Gopal Varma's "Satya" where he played Bhiku Mhatre which helped him motivate offers to play the lead in movies like 'Shool', 'Ghaath', Gangs of Wasseypur 1' and 'Aligarh'.
Kay Kay Menon
With common white collar class looks and an incline outline, Kay Menon could be effortlessly mixed up for a worker working in an administration office. A standout amongst the most "underrated" performing artists of Bollywood, Kay made his screen debut in the 1995 film 'Naseem'. Movies like 'The shopping extravaganza following Thanksgiving', 'Shaurya', 'Gulaal', 'Sankat City' gave him chances to play the lead yet by one means or another fortunes has been avoiding him. In any case, he is somebody who merits more.
Nawazuddin, a residential community performing artist with standard looks, took a while before he could make the most of it. Subsequent to making a 'flicker and a miss' appearance in Aamir Khan's "Sarfarosh" in 1999, it took him a couple of more unnoticed exhibitions before he hit big time in his vocation. His lead part in 'Posses of Wasseypur 2', 'Badlapur', 'Manjhi-The Mountain Man' and 'Raman Raghav 2.0' is abundant evidence that he is setting down deep roots.
Nobody would ever figure that this tough looking person who assumed miniscule parts for about 10 years would all of a sudden turn into a hot top pick. Irrfan's adventure as an on-screen character is something which can be made into a film. The flighty looking on-screen character has presumably done each part that a flexible on-screen character can consider. 'The Warriior' film saw the on-screen character playing the lead interestingly. From that point forward he has done 'Billu', 'Paan Singh Tomar', 'The Lunchbox', "Piku" and 'Jazbaa'.
From a little time TV grapple to a performing artist to figure with, the blockhead on-screen character has made considerable progress since making his screen debut in 'Bombay Boys' in 1998. His lead demonstration in 'Bheja Fry' which demonstrated his immaculate comic planning helped him pack comparable parts. Some of his vital exhibitions as lead seem to be 'Dasvidaniya', 'Gracious! My God', 'Chalo Dilli', 'Pappu Can't Dance Saala' and 'Gour Hari Dastaan'.
Ranvir was known as the 9 to 5 work fellow who at first began off as a TV grapple before moving center to movies. He's a standout amongst the most skilled on-screen characters who started his Bollywood venture by assuming supporting parts in 'Pyaar Ke Side Effects', 'Khosla ka Ghosla' and 'Bheja Fry'. He later graduated to lead parts in 'Mithya', 'Fatso', and 'Titli'. Numerous vibe that his best is yet to come.
Known for his 'kid adjacent' looks, Rajkummar Rao made his introduction in the widely praised Dibakar Banerji film, 'Love, Sex aur Dhokha'. Things changed when got the opportunity to assume a little part close by Aamir Khan in 'Talaash'. From that point, he got the chance to assume lead parts in "Shahid" , "Ruler" and 'Citylights'. He is yet to get his due as an on-screen character.