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5 Sons of Deadly Villains of Bollywood

We know Bollywood to have actors and heros and on the other side, we have antagonist who were known to have some really cool roles with a grey shade. Be it the Gabbar Singh or the one from the film Don, we hear some interesting dialogues. They were famous and were veterans in their roles and characters. They were present in all the rot and negative stuff and now some are not known to be here in this world while others have retired and seen their sons and daughters doing wonders in the B Town. How about checking the top 5 Bollywood sons of such negative characters of yesteryears. How about checking them as under:

1). Danny Denzongpa

Danny Denzongpa

He is known for his movies particularly in films of Big B and others. Now, we see his son grown up who is called Rinzing Denzongapq. He is talented and can be seen in a couple of modeling and other similar things who is now making his debut in Bollywood.

2). Shakti Kapoor

Shakti Kapoor

He is known for his both negative and comedy roles in B Town films apart from being known for his acts of woman and others. His daughter, Shraddha Kapoor is doing well and so is his son all set to do his debut in B Town.

3). Amjad Khan

Amjad Khan

He roles and dialogues are known everywhere and the B Town was unfortunate to lose him so early. But the actor has a son called Shadab Khan who is known to try his luck in B Town but things didn’t work well.

4). Gulshan Grover

Gulshan Grover son

He is known as the Bad Man of B Town, however, not many would know that he has a son but he is least interested in films. In fact, he is a businessman away from Page 3 which makes him unknown to the masses.

5). Raza Murad

Raza Murad son

He is known for giving films like Ram Teri Ganga Maili and Prem Rogi, which had created a good buzz in the media. He is still loved by many. Unlike his father, his son also is interested in films, hence he has obtained a degree in films and acting from London. We can expect him to be launched soon.

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