Sunday, October 17, 2010

Ajay Devgan, Best Bollywood Actor 2010, Ajay Devgn's successful films

Ajay Devgn’s best year is 2010(wish him better years ahead!) with a lot of successes in professional front as well as personal life. Ajay Devgn has got a dream run at the box office with 4 back to back hits, Atithi Tum Kab Jaogey, Rajneeti, Once Upon a Time in Mumbai, Aakrosh. Golmaal 3 is definitely going to be the best way for him to end the year with a bang. On a personal note, Ajay was gifted a son by the Almight, a new entrant to their family. The relatively media shy actor continues to score hits after hits without making too much noise.
We have seen that every actor has been having their best year since the past few years as we can see below
2006 belonged to Hrithik Roshan with two mega hits, Dhoom 2 and Krrish and Shah Rukh Khan with Om Shanti Om and Chak De India
2008 did not belong to one particular actor
2007 belonged to Akshay Kumar with hits like Namastey London, Heyy Babyy and Bhool Bhulaiya
2009 belonged to Ranbir Kapoor with Wake Up Side, Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani and the critically acclaimed Rocket Singh.

But from the above, we see that no actor has been able to score so many hits in one year, each of them distinctly separate from each other in terms of themes and characterization like Ajay has. While he played a common man in 2010’s first hit, Atithi Tum Kab Jaogey, Ajay Devgn played a grass-root politician in Rajneeti. Then in Once Upon a Time in Mumbai, he won rave reviews for what some felt, was his career-best performance. Ajay is back with a top notch thriller, Aakrosh, directed by Priyadarshan. Close on the heels is the most awaited comic caper, Golmaal 3.

Starting his innings with an interesting entry in Phool aur Kaante(1992), Ajay has been the only actor who has been consistent with his hits. His movies have always made decent business throughout the 90s with hits like Dilwale, Diljale, Suhaag, Jigar, Pyaar Toh Hona Hi Tha. He was slotted as an action hero in the beginning, and most of his characters had more or less a common theme, usually of a person who was conspired against, his family traumatized and his sister raped making him vengeful enough to seek revenge. In fact, at that time, a particular role if rejected by Ajay Devgn could suit, Akshay Kumar or Sunil Shetty or vice versa; and all of them would fit like a glove

Ajay was evidently slotted as an intense actor in the 90s, but his intensity was honed in the best manner by Mahesh Bhatt who helped him win a National Award for Zakhm. In the year 1999, Ajay Devgn got Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam and since then he started taking scripts that would showcase his talents. Ram Gopal Varma gave him one of his best roles in Company(2001) and then in Bhoot (2002)

Stepping out of his regular slot, he began to work with different scripts and genres, and these movies turned out to be a stage to showcase his talents. Ajay Devgn walked away with National Award for Best Actor and Best Actor Critics Award for The Legend of Bhagat Singh. He impressed again as a cool but ruthless villain in Khakee. Full credit to Raj Kumar Santoshi to make him give his best in both these films. He again walked away with the Filmfare Best Villain Award for Kaal.

In 2003, Ajay Devgan also was nominated for Best Actor’s Award in Prakash Jha’s Gangajaal and again two years later for the prolific director’s Apharan(2005). In 2006, Ajay was again in the nominations for the best actor for Omkara. To balance such thought provoking cinema, he began to change gears and do full blown comedy in Rohit Shetty’s big hits, Golmaal, Sunday, Golmaal Returns and All the Best. In All the Best, Ajay was so good that people even forgot that he is actually an action hero.

In 2010, Ajay has given us a ‘Thali’ menu so to say:
Light comedy: Athiti Tum Kab Jaogey
Political drama: Rajneeti
Underworld flick: Once Upon a Time in Mumbai
Thriller: Aakrosh
Comedy: Golmaal 3.
All the Best to Ajay Devgn, here is wishing a super success for Golmaal 3.

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Anonymous said...

ajay is the best

Anonymous said...

ajay is best actor.

prabhat said...


Ajay Devgn got the Tag of undisputed Sultan of Bollywood.
Its not that we all fans think that he should be Tagged as "Sultan of Bollywood" after playing the wonderful character of Sultan Mirza....but the media and bollywood industry also accept that he is the real Sultan of Bollywood after giving 4 superhits back to back when the whole industry was facing crisis of business....It was Ajay who saved Bollywood by giving 4 superhits when the whole industry was needing few hits after watching many flops even when few of the flops were given by so called superstars of the Industry.
He is not a self proclaimed King, Badshah or Khiladi but he always tries to prove his power by giving memorable performances, unparallel acting, and amazing intensity.
There is only one person in the whole industry about whom u can say -
Silence speaks louder than words (Bec'oz it has d power of infinity) - Ajay Devgn.

How wonderfully he proved himself by his performances that the whole industry is chanting his fame.
He is one of the only people who believe in Karma rather than praising himself.
Kyunki " Himmat batayi nahi dikhayi jati hai ".

Best Wishes

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