Usually in B Town film, we often have seen the lead actor to be in action avatar, however, with changing time, the filmmakers were able to embark with movies having the lead actresses seen in action mode. Last year we saw some movies in which Sonakshi Sinha was seen matching her male counterpart John Abraham when it came to trying the death-defying action sequences. The Bollywood therefore does not give the stereotypes but the damsel seemed in distress is not just the image of too many actresses have to conform to anymore. Well, we have the list of top 5 recent Bollywood movies which carried actresses that were seen in action mode, have a look.
The film had Sonakshi Sinha in the lead role called Akira, which was the remake of the A.R. Murugadoss’ action film called Mouna Guru. The film though did not earned much over the box office but had given the chance to the bubbly girl a new action avatar.
2). Jai Gangaajal
The film happens to be the sequel of the Prakash Jha’s crime drama Gangaajal. It carried Priyanka Chopra who played the role of a fierce cop battling prejudices in small town India. Th lady was seen in action mode and her role was applauded by many giving a decent collection at the end of the day at the box office.
The film was directed by the Special 26 director, Neeraj Pandey who then embarked with a spy thriller that featured one of the most impressive action sequences having choreographed for a an actress Taapsee Pannu in an action role. She was able to carry out too much of action with Akshay Kumar in the film giving a decent collection at the box office.
The film happened to be a crime thriller and have Rani Mukerjee in the lead role playing a lady of Crime Branch. She deals with human trafficking case and manages to crack on time. The film though was not a big hit but showed the lady in action mode.
5).Ek Tha Tiger
The film by Kabir Khan was an action thriller movie having Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif in the lead role. The lady played a Pakistani spy in it and was able to showcase fierce action in it.