1. Nawazuddin Siddiqui
From playing Faijal in Wasseypur to Raman Raghav 2.0 to Badlapur, Siddiqui can fit most crude parts. Also, five focuses for that scrumptiously nearby highlight, which falls into place without a hitch for him.
2. Irrfan Khan
He assumes negative parts so adversely that it gets hard to see him in a non-negative light, notwithstanding when he’s advancing LED knobs.
3. Arshad Warsi
You may think comic planning is his thing, yet we wager he could play Gabbar. You know why? Swag, brother!
4. R Madhavan
His current expanded look is everything a quiet scoundrel requests. Despite the fact that he may get a bit excessively complex for a Chambal dacoit, we put stock in his adaptability.
5. Riteish Deshmukh
We were taken by an amazement in Ek Villain. Who might have felt that Deshmukh could give you chills in a negative part? That passing gaze? He had us.
6. Raghu Ram
Is it safe to say that he wasn’t regularly contrasted with Gabbar all through MTV Roadies? His never-ending irate man persona made him the greatest unscripted tv reprobate in any case.
7. Vidya Balan
While most new-age movie producers are thoroughly considering of-the-crate and rethinking things in a whimsical way, we got motivated as well. We think Balan is a rebel and could really play Gabbar.