Ajay Devgn is one of those rare actors of Bollywood who can express his emotions just with his eyes. If you are a big Ajay Devgn fan, you need to watch these 10 best movies of Ajay Devgn as soon as you can.
10 Best Movies Of Ajay Devgn: Top 10 Movies Based On IMDb Rating
Drishyam is a rare thriller made to look realistic. Ajay Devgn plays the role of Vijay Salgaonkar, a school drop-out who runs a local cable service provider shop and he is a big movie buff. He is, without any doubt, the soul of the movie.
Omkara is not a movie, it is a poem in itself. Ajay Devgn as Omkara ascended to new heights of expressing emotions by using his eyes, he conveyed so much more than he could ever say.
3. The Legend of Bhagat Singh
Ajay Devgn as Bhagat Singh was simply brilliant. To get into the character of such a legendary freedom fighter and to act like him was an ardent task and Ajay looked effortless while doing the scenes.
Ajay Devgan was just perfect for the role of Malik, a cold blooded don who always means business. He could safely add ‘Company’ at the top of his list of achievements.
Ajay Devgn won the National Award for the Best Actor in 1998 for his gripping performance in Zakhm. His performance is incredibly heartfelt and intense, and it’s memorable more because most of it is non-verbal. His devastated expression of anguish and grief will haunt you for a long time.
Devgn deserved many awards and accolades for his role as Amit Kumar. He played it with maturity and sensibility and didn’t go over the top as most actors do when they get a powerful role. He played it real and controlled.
Khakee boasted of big stars like Amitabh Bachchan, Ajay Devgn, Akshay Kumar and Aishwarya Rai. He mesmerized in the negative role of Angre after Deewangee.
8. Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam
Ajay as Vanraj in Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam was one of the best roles of his career. He played it so honestly that he won more hearts than Salman Khan as Sameer.
Ajay’s Michael Mukherjee, a college leader who believes that his country can do better and he wants to lend a hand. He played it really well.
With Raincoat, Ajay emphasized once more just how comfortable he had become with the camera. He essayed the role of Manoj or Mannu without ever allowing the camera to catch him unawares.
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