We are all familiar with several well-known individuals who rose to prominence in Bollywood by portraying the darkest sides of society. While attempting to recall the main components of a classic Bollywood masala film from the past, you will notice that the protagonist, the heroine, and, most significantly, the antagonist are all there.
However, these 'ruthless' Bollywood villains are just like any other person, a devoted parent and a devoted husband in everyday life. Let's take a look at some of these cruel villains' stunning daughters, who have captivated our hearts with their unrivalled brilliance and performance.
Amrish Puri, mostly known for his portrayals of antagonists in films like Mogambo, Dong, Balwant Rai, and many others, has captured many hearts. However, his stunning daughter, Namrata Puri, is a professional costume designer, seen on and off social media platforms.
Danny's cinematic career spans four decades and includes a Padma Shri award. He married Sikkimese princess Gawa Denzongpa and is the father of a daughter named Pema. Though she comes from a 'flimi' family, Pema prefers to stay away from the spotlight. She is a professional animator skilled in traditional animation, scriptwriting, and graphic arts.
Srishti Kumar, Kiran Kumar's daughter, works as a fashion designer and advisor. She is a mass communication graduate who works as a stylist, lounge counselor, and look expert for fictional TV shows. Apart from all these, Shristi owns the jewellery and clothing label "Sush & Shish." And not to forget, she demonstrated her acting abilities when she was 15 years old, in the show Millie.
Ranjeet is widely regarded as one of the 1970s and 1980s' most heinous villains. At the same time, his lovely daughter is a well-known fashion designer who also designed the costumes for Rael Padamsee's play Murder On The Menu.
Prerna, Punita, Rakita Chopra
Prem Chopra has starred in several films as a ruthless antagonist. Prem Chopra has three daughters: Rakita, Punita, and Prerna. Rakita, his eldest daughter, is married to Rahul Nanda, a scriptwriter and creative director of publicity. Punita married Vikas Bhalla, a singer, and television actor. And the youngest daughter Prerna is married to Bollywood actor Sharman Joshi.
The late eminent actor, Om Shivpuri, a graduate of the National School of Drama, appeared in over 175 Bollywood films, portraying various roles ranging from antagonists to secondary characters. He and his wife, Sudha Shivpuri, have a daughter, Ritu, an actress. She made film appearances in Hum Sab Chor Hain, Aankhen, and Aar Ya Paar.
Shraddha, the daughter of Bollywood's crime lord and infamous ringmaster GoGo, Shakti Kapoor, is a prominent figure in contemporary Bollywood. She inherited her acting ability from her father, Shakti Kapoor, who has appeared in some successful films. She rose to prominence following her appearance in the blockbuster movie Aashiqui 2.
Mohnish Bahl has played "villain" roles in films such as "Maine Pyar Kiya," "Baaghi," "Shola Aur Shabnam," "Bol Radha Bol," and many others. Pranutan, his elder daughter, made her acting debut in Salman Khan’s "Notebook."
Pran, who played a prominent villain in Indian cinema, is best remembered for his reddened pupils, icy tone, and distinctive smirk. This eminent actor elevated the villain to the centre stage beginning in the 1960s. Pinky, his daughter, is married to Vivek Bhalla, a well-known businessman, and social media pro.
This one doesn't require any justification! Amjad Khan's iconic Gabbar Singh in the classic blockbuster "Sholay" is the most legendary negative character in Hindi cinema. The late actor was happily married to Shaila Khan and had a daughter named Ahlam. Ahlam made a different decision than her Bollywood colleagues. She has performed in many plays, including her own.