Ajay Devgn - undoubtedly, the only actor to win both the Box Office and Awards with his stellar performances! He is the only mainstream actor or Super Star to win two National Film Awards 'Zakhm' (1998) and 'Legend of Bhagat Singh' (2003) as the best actor. Devgn is fondly called as the 'wannabe actor' for all the directors and is purely a director's actor who can makeover himself for whatever the role may be- comedy, action or drama, he wins the audience hearts.
EeYuva wishes the 'People's Star' of Bollywood Ajay Devgn (02 April,1969) a Happy Birthday and presents you the list of his must-watch movies. Take a look.
Directed by Mahesh Bhatt, The movie portrays the Societal struggle of a Music Director Ajay R.Desai essayed by Ajay Devgn born to a Muslim mother and a Hindu father. The movie set in the backdrop of 'Mumbai Riots' presents you the calm and composed acting prowess of Ajay Devgn.
Directed by Ram Gopal Varma, Ajay Devgn plays the role of Malik, a Mafia Boss who hardly speaks but delivers a power packed performance. The movie can be watched just for the good ensemble of cast ranging from Mohan Lal, Vivek Oberoi, Manisha Koirala to name a few.
The Legend Of Bhagat Singh (2003)
Directed by Rajkumar Santoshi, Ajay Devgn played the role of India's freedom hero Bhagat Singh in this historical biopic and went on to win the second National Award as the best actor. It is the only movie that was telecasted record number of times in Doordarshan on either Republic Day or Independence Day. The music and songs by AR Rahman are top notch and makes you easily connected to the movie within no time!
The series of comic-capers directed by Rohit Shetty presented Ajay Devgn in his best comic avatars and ruled the box office. Golmaal has become a comic franchise (Golmaal Returns (2008), Golmaal 3 (2010) and Golmaal Again (2017) for Rohit and Ajay and gave them a household name in the entertainment industry.
Once Upon A Time In Mumbai (2010)
Directed by Milan Luthria, Ajay played the role of Sultan Mirza - a Mumbai Gangster. The movie is inspired by true events and depicts the rise of 'Mumbai Underworld'. Once Upon A Time In Mumbai can be said as the yester year's 'KGF or KGF of 2010'. If you have doubts watch the movie for characterisation and elevation of Ajay Devgn who rises from an Orphan to the Boss of a parallel government.
Bottom Line: The above-mentioned list is just a sample of Ajay Devgn's impeccable filmography. The other top performances include Director Prakash Jha's Gangajal (2004) and Raajneeti (2010) and Director Rohit Shetty's 'Singham' franchise and the most recent Rajkumar Gupta's Raid (2018).
EeYuva Wishes Super Star Ajay Devgn A Happy Birthday