Ajay Gosh is an Indian actor who works in the Telugu and Tamil Film Industries. The actor is termed as the gifted villain for both Tollywood and the Tamil Film Industry. With his stout body and ferocious looks, he gave a spellbinding performance in one Tamil and one Telugu movie. Though he just appeared in two films, the audience from both the states received him well. He had a very attractive physique that suits the role of a villain. In both the films he worked, he did the negative characters. In the Tamil Film Industry, Ajay Ghosh made a decent entry. He gave a luminous performance as a sadistic police officer in ‘Visaaranai’.
It is not an easy task to portray a police officer in the negative character and convince the audience. But the National Award Winning director Vetrimaaran did it to the best of his capabilities. For this reason, in many of the occasions and interviews given by Ajay Ghosh, he thanked the director Vertimaaran for selecting him for this role. Throughout the movie, he is as fresh and energized as ever. The film ‘Visaaranai’ stars Dinesh, Anandhi, Murugadoss in the lead roles. This movie was one of the most sorted films out of nearly 1800 films at Venice Film Festival. Ajay Ghosh played the role of the negative character in one of the Telugu movies ‘Jyothi Lakshmi’. This flick is a breakthrough in Tollywood. It gave a different perspective of a prostitute.
Famous Telugu actress Charmee played the main character, and she is the protagonist too. One of the most famous directors of Andhra Pradesh Puri Jagannath took the courage to direct ‘Jyothi Lakshmi’. Because of Ajay Ghosh's baldness and well-fit shape for a villain, he accepted many roles as a villain which made him very famous. Most of the audience started knowing about him through the Internet and other means. He is the reason for many jokes in the movie. ‘Jyothi Lakshmi’ is a novel adaptation of ‘Mrs. Paramkusham’ by Malladi Venkata Krishna Murthy.
Though, it is a reasonable hit, Ajay Ghosh as ‘Narayan Patwari’ confined to his role and gave it his best shot. His role in the movie is of a mediator that had links with many brothels. Ajay Ghosh did two roles in two movies, and people appreciated both of his roles and encouraged him. In fact, he appeared in some very minor roles in ‘Prastanam’, ‘Autonagar Surya’, etc. and didn't get much recognition. It is the mandate that he can give his best in the roles he takes. Recognizing his capabilities, Raja Mouli offered the role of "Bandipotu Veerayya" to Ajay Ghosh in 'Baahubali: The Conclusion'.