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Top 10 Bollywood Movies Where The Villain Wins At The End

Top 10 Bollywood Movies Where The Villain Wins At The End Hindi Article

Everyone loves a happy ending in movies, and seeing the bad guy getting defeated at the end gives us a rush of moral happiness. We mostly see the hero coming out victorious at the end, but there have been some times when the villain has proven to be the bigger mastermind. Today, we are taking a look at the Bollywood villains who were successful in their plan and emerged victorious in the end.

1. New York (2009)

This movie looks at the atrocities committed by the American government against the 9/11 detainees who were wrongfully detained with little to no evidence against them, just because they were Muslims. We see the authorities torturing them mercilessly and doing many inhuman things toward the detainees. Sam (John Abraham) has difficulty coping with the outside world after this incident and becomes a terrorist because of his feeling of resentment against the FBI. In the end, he doesn’t detonate the bombs, but still, the FBI shoots him and his wife. The real villain here are the authorities and they win in the end.

2. Ittefaq (2017)

Ittefaq is a mystery film where we see an inspector Dev (Akshay Khanna) investigating a double murder. There are 2 suspects - Vikram (Siddharth Malhotra) and Maya (Sonakshi Sinha). Initially, we suspect that Vikram is the killer, but as the film progresses, the audience begins to think that Maya is the real killer. The plot twist comes at the end here, where we see that Vikram is the real killer and he killed both the victims. He flees to London and there is nothing that Dev can do now. We see the villain manipulating everyone in the movie and winning in the end.

3. Paan Singh Tomar (2010)

We witness the life journey of Paan Singh Tomar, who was an athlete and a soldier, forced to become a dacoit when his mother is murdered and the police refused to take any action. Disputes regarding the acquisition of land and corruption and ignorance on the part of the authorities force him to take this decision. In the final crossfire, he is shot and killed which reflects the lack of credit given to some of the soldiers. The system and its corruption is the real villain here which kills our protagonist in the film.

4. Kaun (1999)

Urmila Matondkar plays a mentally challenged woman in this film, who goes on a killing spree. The viewers keep guessing how the movie is going to end. In the end, we see her being the psychotic, troubling, and menacing killer that she is, killing both the visitors to ‘’her’’ house. After that, she is humming joyfully in the rain on the terrace. The villain of this movie is a real psycho and Urmila’s portrayal was scary as hell.

5. Dhoom 2 (2006)

Hrithik Roshan plays the role of Aryan, a fearless thief, who steals valuable artifacts. He is one of the most stylish and clever antagonists in Bollywood. He is a master of disguise and dons a new look for all of the robberies. We see him always being one step ahead of the Police. In the end, he is shot and we believe that he dies, but actually, he fakes his death and moves to an island somewhere working as a restaurant manager. He was the villain of the movie but somewhat, he was also the hero.

6. Gangs Of Wasseypur (2012)

These movies follow a rivalry between two families in Wasseypur, spanning over 50 years. The main villain is Ramadhir Singh who is very cunning and manipulative, despite never using any weapon himself, he wins in the end. At the end of the first film, he is successful in assassinating Sardar Khan, and at the end of the second film, although he is killed, he still manages to win as he was successful in manipulating the step-brother of Faizal Khan, Definite, who then kills Faizal. He was one of the cleverest villains of Bollywood.

7. Omkara (2006)

Langda Tyagi dreamt of becoming Omkara’s successor, but when he chose Kesu as his lieutenant, Langda feels betrayed and plots his revenge. His evil intentions are fueled by his feelings of resentment and betrayal. He provokes everyone against each other, and then they all start killing each other. He manipulates everyone very easily. He dies at the end too, but not before he plunges the whole scenario around him into chaos.

8. Rang De Basanti (2006)

This movie follows a group of friends with no purpose in their lives. But after their friend, who was an Air Force pilot, is killed due to the negligence and ignorance of the Defence Ministry, they realize their true purpose. They decide to avenge their friend’s death and broadcast the ugly truth about the government. They are successful in getting the truth out, but they are branded as terrorists by the authorities and shot to death in the end. The dirty politics resulted in the death of all of the friends.

9. Kyon Ki (2005)

Kyon Ki tells us the story of Anand (Salman Khan), who becomes insane after accidentally killing his fiancee, and is admitted to a psychiatric ward. His doctor, Tanvi (Kareena Kapoor) falls in love with him, but her father, Dr. Khurana, does not approve. Dr. Khurana then starts treating Anand poorly and in the end, he lobotomizes Anand, leaving him in a vegetative state. He is then euthanized by an old friend. Tanvi couldn’t bear all this, and she goes insane. This is a truly tragic ending where the villain wins because of his stubbornness.

10. Don (2006)

Don follows the story of Vijay, who is a lookalike of criminal kingpin Don, who is hired by the DCP to find out Don’s secrets. But after DCP is killed, Vijay struggles to reveal his true identity. We are shown to believe that the real Don has died. But it is at the end that we see that he is alive and he has fooled the Police. It was his lookalike, Vijay that died. Don proves that it’s not only hard but impossible to catch him and he emerges victorious in the end.

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