Spoiler Alert: Please note that the article may state scenes and endings of several movies.
we think of Bollywood movies, dance, music, action, romance and several
other emotions come to the forefront of our minds. However, one
particular emotion, one that emerges when you think of someone or something that has done you wrong, sticks out quite prominently: anger. Today,
BollyCurry brings to you our top five scenes from Hindi movies from the
past three years portraying specific yet widely varying emotion.
In Dabangg 2
, Chulbul Pandey (Salman Khan
) returns as the audacious cop who immensely loves
his wife, Rajjo (Sonakshi Sinha
). The couple are expecting their first
child and Chulbul Pandey is on cloud nine. However, the happiness is
short lived as Thakur Bachcha Singh (Prakash Raj
) pushes Rajjo from the
temple stairs to avenge the death of his brother. Consequently, Rajjo
suffers from a miscarriage and the couple lose their first child. This
results in a furious Chulbul Pandey entering Bachcha's location and
killing him, venting his anger and agony over the misfortune that had
befallen on his family.
As usual, look out for
the moment when Khan loses his shirt and flexes his muscles as he
pummels some twenty-something goons to the ground before killing
In the recent thriller Ek Villain
the audience gets to witness a thrilling and super-exciting story where
an unsuccessful man, Rakesh Mahadkar (Riteish Deshmukh
) - who vents his
frustration by murdering women who speak rudely to him - kills Ayesha
), Guru's (Sidharth Malhotra
) wife and
his reason to smile. When Guru learns of his wife's murder, he confronts
Rakesh and beats him brutally for ending the innocent life of his wife.
However, Guru doesn't just stop there. He saves Rakesh, lets him recoup
and then beats him brutally again.
makes these scenes extra special are not the beatings, but rather the
expressions of the actors; Siddharth portrays the pain, anguish and
anger over losing his wife, while Riteish portrays the common man with
Next on the list we have the mysterious thriller Kahaani
starring Vidya Balan
as Vidya Bagchi, a pregnant woman who is in search
of her husband. At the end of the film, Vidya stands admist a Durga
Pooja to confront her husband's look-alike who actually killed her
husband, Arup. When the terrorist kicks her in the pregnant stomach, she
reveals her fake belly, attacks the terrorist injuring her and then as
he tries to get away, she shoots him several times, killing him and
finally releasing her agony.
doesn't say much in this scene, but she doesn't need to as her
expressions, body language and Indraneil Sengupta's expressions say it
Just as the rom-com Student of the Year
(2012) is about to wrap up, the long awaited reunion of once best buddies takes place. Abhimanyu
) and Rohan (Varun Dhawan
) meet again and rehash an
argument over a race that happened ten years ago. This leads to verbal
sparring, an expected fight and finally culminates in another race, the
race that will eliminate their previous jarring experience. However, in
finally letting off some heavily pent up steam, the two reminisce in old
memories and become friends again.
anger in this scene was not due to enmity as the above three scenes
were, but rather because of a misunderstanding that is cleared through
expressing their anger.
In 2013's dance film ABCD - Any Body Can Dance,
Vishnu (Prabhu Deva) notices an improvement in his students as they
slowly build team rapport and therefore gives them money to buy new
speakers. However, instead of buying speakers, they nearly lose the
fortune to "Fictitious Crew" after a challenge is thrown by Riya (Lauren
Gottileb). All ends well when Vishnu arrives in time and wins the money
back at the last minute. While the students are happy and gain respect
for Vishnu, on the contrary, Vishnu is angry at them after beating the
team in the club itself.
scene stands out because while it represents a new beginning, it also
represents how quickly a new beginning could end because of a mistake.
Anger may be expressed in many varying forms and may mean different things to different people, but it's language is universal.
It initially may not have a positive effect but there are many lessons
to be learnt, as our above examples have proven. While we contemplate
how to best reign in our disappointment, why not let us know about your favourite anger scenes from Hindi films in the comment box below?
Writer: Alina S.
Editor(s): Shreya S. and Jenifer Y.
Graphics: Gurprit K.
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