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Top 10 Most Violent Movies Of Bollywood

Author: Amrutha Mohan
Top 10 Most Violent Movies Of Bollywood Hindi Article

Movies had always been one of the major source of entertainment in the modern times. Adding some actions or violent scenes in them always makes them more interesting and catching to the audience. Here is a list of a few violent movies that has hit a major audience.

1. Gangs Of Wasseypur

Directed by Anurag Kashyap Born on 10th September 1972, Anurag Kashyap has es >> Read More... Anurag Kashyap , this drama spans generations. Casting Manoj Bajpayee, Nawazuddin Siddiqui Nawazuddin Siddiqui was born in Budhana in Muzaffa >> Read More... Nawazuddin Siddiqui , Richa Chadha, Huma Qureshi Huma Qureshi is a model-turned-actress in Bollywoo >> Read More... Huma Qureshi , and many other amazing stars, the drama portrays feuds between rival families. The raw and unflinching violent scenes, filled with gunshots, murders, crimes, and the reality of the criminal underworld, make it one of the most violent movies of Bollywood. The settings include real and intense graphics that can disturb some viewers. The captivating storyline of the movie keeps the viewers ‘hooked’ to it.

2.  Agneepath Click to look into! >> Read More... Agneepath

‘Agneepath’ is a remake of the 1990 film. This Dharma Productions film casts Hritik Roshan as a protagonist, an ordinary man from Mandwa village, seeking revenge for his father’s murder. The character of Kancha Cheena ( Sanjay Dutt July 29, 1959, was the day when the two legends of >> Read More... Sanjay Dutt ) is ruthless. The movie has impactful and intense violence, which gives a level of realism in its depiction of violence, engaging the viewers interested in this particular genre. The film creates a gritty and dark atmosphere, which enhances its impact.

3.  Shootout At Lokhandwala Click to look into! >> Read More... Shootout At Lokhandwala

Directed by Apoorva Lakhia A well-known film director and writer, Apoorva Lak >> Read More... Apoorva Lakhia , this movie is inspired by a real-life shootout between Mumbai police and gangsters in the Lokhandwala complex. The characters in the film operate in a morally ambiguous space, which can lead to violent clashes. The intense action sequences and the portrayal of ruthless gangsters and law enforcement officers add to the violent atmosphere. Some settings depicting graphic violence and violent confrontations in an accurate manner can be disturbing to some viewers. The movie revolves around gangster activities, criminal underworld, and drug trafficking, inherently involves lots of violence.


4. Satya

Satya, directed by Ram Gopal Varma Ram Gopal Varma is a famed Indian film director an >> Read More... Ram Gopal Varma , is known for its accurate portrayal of crime and violence. Satya is a young man who came to Mumbai with his dreams and searching for work. He was jailed there for a crime he didn’t even commit. Satya indulges in the underworld of Mumbai to survive. The movie creates a gritty and dark atmosphere, which adds to the overall tension in the firm. The urban setting makes it more impactful. There are graphics of shootings and physical confrontations in a very intense manner that makes violence an integral part of the movie.


5. Kurbaan

A thriller directed by Rensil D’Silva, Kurbaan majorly revolves around violence and terrorism, with the plot centering around terrorism by the characters involved. The movie portrays natural terrorism and its consequences with the inclusion of real and impactful action sequences contributing to the overall violence of the film. The movie relies on suspense and tension, driving its narrative and going into the moral complexity of its characters. All this leads to crimes, making it one of the most violent movies.


6.  Shootout At Wadala Click to look into! >> Read More... Shootout At Wadala

Directed by Sanjay Gupta Sanjay Gupta is an Indian filmmaker who has even p >> Read More... Sanjay Gupta , Shootout at Wadala is an action-packed film going into the criminal world and featuring intense action sequences. The movie is inspired by a real-life police encounter in Mumbai. The movie chronicles the rise of gangsters in the Mumbai underworld. It features numerous action sequences, violence, crimes, and shootouts. The film indulges in various characters and their backgrounds. The movie’s director is known for his gritty and real filmmaking style, which depicts how intense and real the violence in the film is. There is a depiction of raw and brutal violence in the movie.


7.  Rakta Charitra Click to look into! >> Read More... Rakta Charitra

Directed by Ram Gopal Varma, this film depicts a politician, Paritala Ravindra, with a violent history. The movie unveils the violence hidden in and behind politics. The movie is known for its intense and graphic depiction of violence. The movie’s central theme is revenge, as the protagonist seeks vengeance for the injustice against his family leading to several violent and brutal confrontations. The film has generated controversy since the day of its release and faced censorship issues.


8. Gunday

The movie's plot sets in the 1970s and 1980s in Calcutta. With the backdrop of the coal mafia, the movie revolves around two childhood friends who became involved in criminal activities. It revolves around violent confrontations, gunfights, and other action sequences. The film captures the brutal, rough, and dangerous world of mafia. The protagonists take the law into their hands multiple times, seeking vengeance. Multiple body count reflects the violence present in the movie.


9. Company

As the movie is directed by Ram Gopal Verma, it is evident enough how violent the film is. The company contains several graphic and intense scenes depicting the real criminal world. The characters in the film are multidimensional, they resort to violence to achieve their goals and maintain their power. The company draws inspiration from real-life events and gangsters of the underworld. The accurate portrayal of these events adds to the violence.

10. Kaminey

Directed by Vishal Bhardwaj The most outstanding of a successful film producer >> Read More... Vishal Bhardwaj , Kaminey is primarily a crime drama revolving around the lives of twin brothers and their involvement in the criminal world. The film involves gangsters, rivalry, power struggles, and crimes contributing to violence. The tone in the movie is dark and gritty, complementing the violent setting. There are various twists, betrayals, and conflicts, adding suspense to the storyline, making it even more attractive to the viewers—the characters in the movie resort to violence to achieve their goals or to grasp hold of power. The drama features various conflicts, criminal activities, and confrontations as a significant part of the storyline. The title of the movie is a slang itself.