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Bollywood stars have to give their best when it comes to their film characters. They have to work too hard and sometimes, they have to rehearse the roles many times. In this article, we have created a list of some challenging roles played by Bollywood stars.
King Khan in My Name Is Khan:
KJo’s movie had SRK donning a Muslim man (Rizwan Khan) residing in the USA, who has Asperger’s syndrome.
Big B in Paa:
As Auro, Big B plays the role of a 12-year-old, who suffers from an odd illness named progeria.
Rani Mukerji in Black:
The movie circles around a blind and deaf girl (Rani Mukerji), who gets training by a tutor Debraj Sahai (Big B) utilizing unconventional techniques.
Konkona Sen Sharma in 15 Park Avenue:
This super hit actress had the multitalented Konkona donning a schizophrenic, who resides in a fantasy world with her hubby and five kids though she is never tied the knot.
He dons the lead character in Anurag Basu’s ‘Barfi’ who is deaf and dumb.
Priyanka Chopra, also in Barfi:
She dons the role of Jhilmil, a girl with autism.
He has donned rather tricky roles in his profession – paraplegic in ‘Guzaarish’, man-child (‘Koi Mil Gaya’) etc. The superstar remains at his best even in ‘Kaabil’.
Aamir Khan in Ghajini:
Khan dons the character of a businessman Sanjay Singhania, who has anterograde amnesia following a violent encounter.
Ajay Devgn in Main Aisa Hi Hoon:
The movie was afailure, but Devgn as the mentally challenged Indraneel Thakur, was perfect in his role.
Vidya Balan in Bhool Bhulaiyaa:
Vidya Balan plays Avni in the film, who was suffering from Dissociative Identity Disorder, an illness that has an effect on the person’s uniqueness, making them suppose they are someone else, Vidya enters the skin of the role.
Sanjeev Kumar in Koshish:
Bollywood’s best performances ever, Kumar (as Hari Charan Mathur) dons the role of a deaf and silent person who, together with his companion Aarti (Jaya Bhaduri) — who is also deaf and dumb — tries to live a regular life in a culture that lacks compassion.