While we’ve always focused on the primary characters in the movie, the supporting characters and their storylines are frequently overlooked!
Though we usually associate happiness or sadness with the film’s major protagonists, there were occasions when the film’s sidekicks were more enjoyable.
Whether you believe it or not, the sidekicks in movies have a significant impact to the films’ success. Are you one of the people who, at the conclusion of the movie, wishes to see more of these supporting characters?
The stories behind the characters listed below are both intriguing and worthy of being made into a film that will undoubtedly engage us even more than the original film in which they appeared. So, here are some of the most intriguing sidekicks or supporting characters from Bollywood films who were more enigmatic and interesting than the main protagonists:
Chanad Nawab – Bajrangi Bhaijaan
This film gained a lot of attention and popularity because of Munni and the other main characters, but the sidekicks were something we really wanted to see more of!
The film’s joyful yet quirky nature of reporter Chand Nawab should have been emphasised more, and his struggle to become a well-known reporter, as well as what happened to his popularity after covering such a tremendous yet sensitive subject, could have been depicted better.
Pappi – Tanu Weds Manu Series
Consider what would happen if a short sequence featuring this character wowed us so much that an entire film dedicated to him was made. It would have been a joy for comedy fans, to say the least!
Bob Biswas – Kahaani
Don’t be fooled by his innocent appearance! Yes, this innocent-appearing yet scary character from the film Kahaani deserves his own storey detailing how he came to be such a jerk and more details elaborating on why he did so!
But, in this case, it appears that the filmmakers have listened to the wishes of the public and are planning a film on the subject.
Yes, the filmmakers have named the film after the figure, and it will be a sequel to the 2012 thriller Kahaani. This film, starring Abhishek Bachchan in the role of Biswas, is something to look forward to!
Savitri Rathore – Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na
Her persona was much more than just a mother to “Jai.” What are your thoughts? Are you one of the people who wanted to see Savitri and Ranjhore ka Rathore’s storey?
How did she get out of there when her spouse died? What happened to them, exactly? Well, it appears that the creators simply left this to our imagination, and it is absolutely a subject worthy of a film!
Dr. Jehangir Khan – Dear Zindagi
A film that is setting new standards on how to enjoy life to the fullest!! Whether we admit it or not, we want to see more of SRK’s rollicking good yet inspiring nature in the film.
The narrative of how he became a therapist should have been highlighted as well!
Radhabai – Bajirao Mastani
The role of Radhabai appeared a little mysterious to us throughout the film, despite the fact that it had a great ensemble. How could a mother be so brutal with her son?
Was her nature like this from the beginning, or did something happen? Well, this may have been a film to highlight.
Poo – Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham
She wasn’t such a spoiled brat in the beginning of the film! Pooja’s childhood character in the film was depicted as a mischievous one. So, how did she end up with such a strong personality?
Shiva – Kabir Singh
While we were completely enamoured with the lead cast and storey of this film, one aspect that kept us on our toes was not only the intense love storey, but also the importance of having a good friend in life!
One notion that stayed with us after watching this film was the incredible dedication and friendship goals that Shiva’s character set throughout the film. This character is certainly deserving of a film!
Perpendicular – Gangs of Wasseypur
The more bizarre and amazing this character’s name is, the more bizarre and great his film would have been! Is that correct?
P K Dubey – Monsoon Wedding
The film monsoon wedding was one of the most well-known films of 2001. Despite the lack of a well-known cast, the film was well-received around the world.
Apart from the several key characters in the film, one actor or character in particular, played by Vijay Raaz, for whom we sought a separate film, was P.K. Dubey.
While the name of this guy in the film Gangs of Wasseypur had already made an impression on us, this character was so much more! His performance and well-written supporting character in the film deserved to be made into a stand-alone picture!