Ajay Devgan’s Best Movies that Everyone Should Watch
Ajay Devgan is an Indian film actor who is widely popular all around the world; he has even directed and produced a few films. Ajay Devgan’s debut movie is “Phool Aur Kante,” which was released in 1991. Since then, he has worked in over 97 movies, and most of them are blockbusters. However, there are some iconic movies of Ajay Devgan in which he did a remarkable job, and everyone should watch them, and even if you have already watched these films, you won’t regret rewatching them. Here is the list of some of the iconic films of one and only superstar Ajay Devgan.
Drishyam is a mystery drama film that will keep you astonished till the end. It’s a story of a family man (Ajay Devgan) who is fond of movies, one day, his wife and daughter accidentally kills a police officer’s son in a confrontation. The whole movie revolves around this murder case. You will be amazed to see how Ajay Devgan saves his family from getting caught.
Once Upon a Time in Mumbai
The story of this movie revolves around a smuggler named Sultan, played by Ajay Devgan. The story describes how a poor boy comes to Mumbai and becomes so powerful that nobody wants to mess with him. However, the story takes an unexpected turn when a police officer (Randeep Hooda) is assigned to expose Sultan. The movie is fascinating, and I’m sure you will love it.
The Legend of Bhagat Singh
This film is based on the life story of Bhagat Singh, who takes arms against British rule in India. Ajay Devgan did a remarkable performance in the film as Bhagat Singh. The story of the film is mesmerizing, and it won the National Award.
Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior
It is a biographical action film based on the life story of the great warrior Tanhaji played by Ajay Devgan. The performance, graphics, action, and everything else in the movie are outstanding. It even teaches us the meaning and value of true friendship.
Omkara, Singham, Raid, Raincoat, Apaharan, All the Best: Fun Begins, and several other fantastic Ajay Devgan’s movies that I would suggest you watch/rewatch.