The Friend-zoned Bollywood Characters that Made the Audience Sad
Different films come with different stories, and to top that up, every movie has got a character who gets the sympathy of audiences. This character could be a lonely wife, a ditched girlfriend, a struggling man, or a friend-zoned hero.
There have been multiple films in which the friend-zoned characters have got all the limelight. In this write-up, we will discuss about the Bollywood friend-zoned characters that made the audience sad.
Salman Khan In Kuch Kuch Hota Hai
Salman Khan (Aman) was the only sincere character seen in the movie Kuch Kuch Hota Hai. He made the audiences sad as he was rejected by his own fiancée, Kajol (Anjali). The audiences wondered as to why the character was even friend-zoned? This plot of the movie disheartened the fans.
Karishma Kapoor (Nisha) In Movie Dil Toh Pagal Hai
Nisha’s character was introduced in the film just to make her look bad. All her fault was that she fell in love with her friend Sharukh Khan (Rahul). She was a possessive friend who had a crush on her childhood friend. And then, suddenly a character enters to win the heart of the hero. The worst part was, even Madhuri Dixit left Akshay Kumar to be with Shahrukh.
Through out the film audiences believed that Nisha will deserve a better ending in the film but that was not true.
Mehdi Nebbou As Laurent In English Vinglish
This man from the film deserved a better story. He understood and supported Sridevi (Shashi), who was constantly bullied by her family. Sridevi didn’t even know the language to survive overseas, and during this time, Laurent supported her throughout her journey. Honestly, the film should have ended with Laurent and Shashi reuniting at the end.
Ayesha Jhulka (Anjali) In Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar
Anjali in the film Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar spent all her life waiting for Sanju (Amir Khan). She collected money, sacrificed her dreams and spent all her time thinking about the ways with which she could benefit Sanju.
The must to watch part in this movie included a scene, where she dedicated a love song to the man of her dreams, who later dedicated the same to someone else. This sudden switch of likeliness caused a lot of hurt in the heart of the audience.
What made the audience more close to Anjali’s character was the way she helped him win the last cycling competition.
Neil Nitin Mukesh As Omar In New York
The scene where Maya (Katrina Kaif) bumps into Omar (Neil Nitin Mukesh), while picking her child from school, and the way tears come rolling off his eyes, made everyone feel sad. Gosh, it made the audience cry like hell. This happened after Omar buried his love for eight long years.
Anushka Sharma As Akira In Jab Tak Hai Jaan
This vibrant character from the film that made it enjoyable for the audience didn’t deserve to be friend-zoned. She turned the serious officer into a fun-loving man just to be left at the end. She brought love back to his life but finally became one of the friend-zoned Bollywood characters.