10 Ajay Devgn Films That Make His Kids Proud

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10 Ajay Devgn Films That Make His Kids Proud

As the actor turns 46 today, we take a look at his best works over the years

Singham (2011)

With this film, Bollywood was introduced to Bajirao Singham. Loads of action, cars blowing up, a healthy dose of comedy and the popular dialogue ‘Aata majhi satakli’ – that was director Rohit Shetty and Ajay’s foolproof formula for success. Its sequel Singham Returns, which released last year, was bigger and arguably better.

Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai (2010)

Milan Luthria’s crime drama saw him playing gangster Sultan Mirza – a character loosely inspired by Haji Mastan.

Omkara (2006)

It’s difficult to stand out in an impressive ensemble cast. And it’s all the more difficult to shed your action image and experiment with a complex, layered role. But Ajay did it with ease in Vishal Bhardwaj’s adaptation of Othello where he played the title role.

Golmaal (2006)

You may sneer at it, you may hate it, but you can’t ignore it. Golmaal may be a mindless comedy but is a successful one at that. Such has been its impact at the box-office that it has spawned a string of sequels.

Gangaajal (2003)

Ajay and Prakash Jha came together to give us a hard-hitting social film, that became a turning point in the actor’s career.   

Company (2002)

Brooding and intense, Malik (his character) was right up Ajay’s alley. Vivek Oberoi might have been this film’s discovery, but it was Ajay who held the Ram Gopal Varma underworld saga together.

Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam (1999)

Agreed, people flocked into theatres to watch the on-screen romance of the then-lovebirds Salman Khan and Aishwarya Rai. But they stepped out of cinemas talking about Ajay’s understated performance. As the doting husband who is unable to profess his love for his wife, Ajay was surely the surprise package of the love story.  

Zakhm (1998)

Zakhm was Ajay’s answer to all his detractors. His sensitive portrayal of an anguished son proved that he was not just about action; he had acting chops to boot. And sure enough, he bagged the National Award for this performance.

Pyaar To Hona Hi Tha (1998)

This unofficial remake of The French Kiss had real-life couple Ajay and Kajol romancing on screen. While this rom-com was lapped up by the audience, surprisingly this jodi couldn’t repeat their magic in their other films together.

Phool Aur Kaante (1991)

Ajay made his debut in Bollywood with this action romance. The makers ensured his entry – in the film and Bollywood – was memorable. Remember his split atop two bikes as they zoom ahead in full speed? We bet you do!


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