Though in the modern Indian Film Industry, we seldom see any negative character as the film industry has really evolved itself, but if we take a look back in the past or go down the memory lane we can see such negative characters in films, which were an integral part of the story. From villains to vamps every character of the story was important. From the initial days of the film industry to modern day we have seen such characters. Today we bring you the list of some of the most famous and vamps of Bollywood. Take a look:
The Cabaret Queen of Bollywood, her bold dance moves made her, be the part of the vamp list. Remember 'Piya Tu Ab Toh Aaja' from Caravan to 'Aa Jaane Jaan' from Inteqam, how can one forget 'Mehbooba Mehbooba' from Sholay and 'Yeh Mera Dil' from Don. Helen was the one who filled the gap between the modern vamp and the conventional Bollywood heroine.
Aruna Irani is another veteran actor who showed her strong acting skills varying from a seductive girl to devious mother-in-law in some of the iconic films like Bobby, Beta, Rocky, and Suhaag. Known as the most popular vamp, she was famous for her negative role as an item dancer in most of her films.
Bindu is another vamp of yesteryears, she has done some of the most pivotal negative roles. There are so many characters under her belt that we can't choose a particular one. Still, if we have to pick one then 'Mona Darling' in 'Zanjeer' is our favorite.
The woman is known for playing a carefree role on one hand and the completely negative role on the other hand with the same aura and affluence. This Padma Shri Award-winning actress remarkable performance is forever remembered in Sujata, Aarti, and Gumrah.
Nadira always had that wicked and killer expression which helped her play all her roles very realistically. She has been known for her promising roles in Aan, Shree 420 and Pakeezah.
One of Hindi cinema's ultimate vamps, Kamini was a role made famous by Simi Garewal in Subhash Ghai's 1980 smash hit, Karz.
One of the finest of our on-screen femme fatale, Tabu plays the Lady Macbeth routine with such delicious sensuality that it's hard not to be on her side. Vishal Bhardwaj's Maqbool sees the ever-stunning actress seduce the morally ambiguous Irrfan Khan in the titular role even as she's wed to the Godfatheresque Pankaj Kapoor.
Mahie Gill started her film career with a negative character in 'Dev.D'. Mahie portrayed the character with so much perfection that she bagged another negative role in 'Saheb, Biwi Aur Gangster' franchise, and now she is a regular face in the franchise.
Kajol who is known for her sweet innocent image on-screen took up a challenge and played a negative character in Rajiv Rai's blockbuster Gupt. Kajol essayed the role with so much dedication that it helped the film to elevate the climax and take it to a popcorn-friendly crescendo.
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