The 10 Most Impolite Characters in Bollywood Films
Bollywood films have introduced us to a variety of characters over the years. From Gabbar Singh to Chatur Ramalingam, Vijay Deenanath Chauhan to Munna Bhai, every film has introduced us to that one special character. The films, later on, are identified as much as for their stories/direction/acting as much as for these great characters. A few of the actors excel so much in these roles that it becomes their most well-known performances and the actors also gain a lot of popularity as well as a lot of film offers. From wisecracking geniuses to psychotic criminals, comical sidekicks to melodramatic relatives, there have a lot of impressive characters in Bollywood films. Here is a list of 10 most impolite characters in Bollywood films. They are loud & foul mouthed individuals who will not refrain from saying what is going on in their minds and you’ll either laugh at their wisecracking jokes or cringe at their abusive streaks:
Liquid in Pyar Ka Punchnama- Divyendu Sharma's performance as the frustrated IT professional won everyone's hearts. Not to forget the epic meltdowns he'd had whenever pricked about his job.
Bholi Punjaban in Fukrey- Richa Chaddha's character in the film was one of its highlights. The Gangster kept the 4 boys on her leash.
Chulbul Pandey in Dabangg- As the lovable Robinhood Pandey, he won many admirers but his character was a wisecracking individual who also loved to make fart jokes.
Chota Chattri in Awara Pagal Deewana- Johnny Lever's turn as the stammering don provided many LOL moments in the film.
Boris in Go Goa Gone- Saif Ali Khan's no-nonsense turn as Boris was fun to watch. He was equally impolite to both humans as well as zombies.
Circuit in Munna Bhai MBBS- Arshad Warsi's street thug was a tough talker and not shy of breaking bones of his targets.
Sardar Khan in Gangs of Wasseypur- Manoj Bajpayee's turn as revenge-fuelled Sardar Khan provided many (in)famous lines.
Tayaji in Udta Punjab- Satish Kaushik had fun playing the ever foul-mouthed Tayaji who only abused and hardly talked!
Langda Tyagi in Omkara- Another Saif Ali Khan performance, highly appreciated for rustic tones and his deviousness.
Munna in Rangeela- Mr. Perfectionist Aamir Khan also perfected the role of a Tapori.