Bollywood’s super dashing Khalnayak, Sanjay Dutt has turned a year older today but doesn’t look even a day older. The actor has been ruling the industry for over four decades and never fails to amaze his fans with her spectacular acting skills each time he comes on the silver screen. The actor who is fondly known as Baba has essayed many iconic roles whether it was protagonist or antagonist.
However, more than a good boy’s role, his fans appreciated his acting skills when they saw him as Ballu in Khal Nayak. His acting in the film gave chills in the spine of all the fans and since then he is popularly known as Khalnayak of Bollywood. As the actor turns 61 today we thought why not go down the memory lane and relive 5 most iconic and thrilling role played by KGF actor.
Here have a look:
Raghu (Vaastav: The Reality)
In this Sanjay Dutt essayed the role of Raghu, a top underworld hitman, who accidentally took on to this path but could never step back. As Raghu would say, "Mumbai pe raaj karta hoon, raaj". This is one of the roles which define Sanjay Dutt’s true acting skills.
This film portrays Sanjay Dutt in an outrageous personality. He essayed the role of Balram Rakesh Prasad aka Ballu. He is a corrupt terrorist who is known for being severely brutal. Sanjay perfectly captures the transition from being a nasty criminal to having a change of heart and being a nice person. This will always be one of the iconic film of Sanjay’s career. Like he said, "Naayak nahi, khalnaayak hoon main".
Kancha Cheena (Agneepath)
Kancha Cheena one of the most wicked villains Bollywood has ever witnessed. In the film, he has been ruling the Mandwa village for years. He is a ruthless, nasty and deadly person who can go to any extent to get his job done. In the film, nobody dares to mess with him as he is the king of the crime world. Sanjay Dutt outshined Hrithik Roshan by doing a fantabulous job as Kancha Cheena. Well, after Khalnayak this is another negative character that left the audience in awe.
His one of the famous dialogue "Tum kya leke aaye the, aur kya leke jaaoge. Rahejaye sirf ek insaan, sarva shakthi shali, sarva shaktimaan "
Kaante is the official Indian remake of Quentin Tarantino's Reservoir Dogs, wherein Dutt essays the role of Ajju, a chief planner of the crime plot with various traits of grey to add the slick element. One of his best portrayals of a character on the other side of the law, and as Quentin himself stated that Kaante is his favourite among the many rip-offs of his film.
Billa, Dutt's character in Musafir is a ruthless killer who is very evil and stylish. Crime shows no mercy, we guess!
Meanwhile, Sanjay is soon going to leave everyone in awe as his film KGF: Chapter 2 starring Vijay is going to release on 20th October. In this film we will Sanjay is an antagonist role of Adheera.