Every Hindi film has two or three lead characters and the story pretty much rotates their lives. There's the hero and the heroine. There's also the bad guy. And most of the time, not many other characters wind up leaving any significant mark. We're so happy looking at the lovely faces and conditioned to-flawlessness groups of the lead match, there's little space for any other individual to make an impression. Unfortunately, this happens most of the time.
Here are 10 Extreme bollywood characters that made a big impact on bollywood movie:
1. Ninja Chacha played by Razak Khan
A year ago, Bollywood lost an extraordinary artist when Razak Khan left this world. Best recognized as Pappu Kangi in Filmi Chakkar and Ninja Chacha in Hello Brother, Khan has given us unconventional yet super entertaining characters all through his career. To the extent Ninja Chacha is concerned, the man completely killed it with his fake Kung Fu moves and arbitrary hoo-haa-heee!
2. Robert and Bhalla played by Viju Khote and Shehzad Khan respectively
For some reason, Bollywood from the 80s and 90s was very fixated on the name Robert or should we say Raaabert. In any case, now that we say it, no one else rings a bell separated from Robert from Andaz Apna Apna. While the movie had its eccentricities, Robert and Bhalla made all of it better.
3. Aslam Bhai played by Johnny Lever
While a significant number of us have forgotten Love Ke Liye Kuch Bhi Karega, not many can forget Aslam Bhai. That is to say, the man had Dubai ka chashma, Cheen ki chaddi aur Irani chai. What more do you need to remember him?
4. Kallu Mama played by Saurabh Shukla
Presently, who doesn't remember the most badass song of all times? Yes, I'm discussing Goli Maar Bheje Mein. Not exclusively was this song sufficiently famous to have found space in our psyches, it additionally made Kallu Mama immortal. While Satya was an extraordinary film itself, Kallu Mama is presumably the first thing that comes to your mind when the movie's name is taken.
5. Khadak Singh played by Om Puri
While Baburao was the most critical character from Hera Pheri, the movie wouldn't have been the same without Khadak Singh. The best thing about Khadak Singh was that he generally gone with his squad. But what made him different was that his squad comprised of the entire damn village!
6. Yeda Anna played by Sunil Shetty
We've seen Suniel Shetty play a lot of characters yet Yeda Anna was an unforeseen hit. The man continued overlooking urgent components of point by point criminal arrangements and a mob of laughter assumed control. Each time Yeda Anna would lose it, he would take out his gun to fire and his sidekick (Chhota Chhatri) would end quiet him around saying "Anna ghoda *grunt* sambhalna!"
7. Vasuli Bhai played by Mukesh Tiwari
Rohit Shetty's Golmaal must've lost its plot over the sequels however we are happy it gave us Vasuli Bhai. He was a Bhai who might make a decent attempt to be a Bhai but come up short significantly. Everybody would dependably show him a good time and Vasuli Bhai would be left cribbing. However, he was as yet the coolest!
8. Rustam Pavri played by Kurush Deboo
The lovable yet-artless doctor who was constrained into giving an exam for Munna was extraordinary in this clique movie. Rustam and his Pappa made Munnabhai M.B.B.S. a flat out enjoyment. Rustam gave the run of the mill geek vibe and we adored it. Presently, it is practically difficult to recall Munnabhai M.B.B.S. without Rustam in it!
9. Kanta Ben played by Sulabha Arya
While Kal Ho Naa Ho had various curious characters, Kanta Ben was simply unforgettable. Her demeanors were extremely valuable and she investigated every possibility in keeping Aman far from Rohit. Also, how might we overlook the hilarious background score that played each time she would show up on screen?
10. Hasmukhlal played by Paresh Rawal
This person would just talk in questions. And his questions would give you a cerebral pain, at last making you swoon with irritation. If you lived anyplace near his home, or even went to his colony, there was no getting away from Hasmukhlal's questions. Such was the man's fixation on asking asinine questions, the man had a question mark drawn on his forehead!