Son of Bollywood actor Sunil Dutt and Nargis Dutt, Sanjay Dutt had a checkered life. Drug scene, TADA and what not, Sanjay was the perfect anti-hero material, a wish which materialised in Subhash Ghai’s ‘Khalnayak’ (1992), where he played a criminal with a heart of gold Ballu and in Mahesh Manjrekar’s ‘Vaastav’ (1999), where Sanjay once again reprised the role of a man who was a victim of circumstances. In ‘Vaastav’, Sanjay plays Raghu, who runs a pav-bhaji stall and accidentally kills a customer, who turns out to be the brother of a local goon.
6Sanjay Dutt in Vastav (1999)
4. Shah Rukh Khan
After dabbling in small screen with hit sitcoms like ‘Fauji’ (1988) and ‘Circus’ (1988), Delhi-based Shah Rukh Khan packed his bags and made his way to Bollywood. With his debut film ‘Deewana’ (1992) turning out to be a huge hit, SRK was arrived. Year 1993 was special for the actor as it was the same year when SRK’s negative roles as obsessed lover and anti-hero in films like ‘Baazigar’ (1993), ‘Darr’ (1993) were hugely successful and greatly appreciated. SRK reprised his anti-hero role in ‘Anjaam’ (1994) and ‘Don’ (2006).
77Sharuk Khan in the Film Don(2006)
5. John Abraham and Hrithik Roshan
Model turned actor John Abraham started his Bollywood innings with ‘Jism’ (2003), which was soon followed with his first commercial successful film ‘Dhoom’ (2004). A Yash Raj film, in ‘Dhoom’, John played Kabir, who is a part of high-flying motorcycle gang, which loves living on the edge, speed and thrill while breaking into banks and zipping off on high-octane sports bikes. ‘Dhoom’ was a huge hit and a range among youngsters. ‘Dhoom’ was followed by ‘Dhoom 2’ (2006) in which Hrithik Roshan and Aishwarya Rai starred in a negative role.