Whether it may be enjoying movies in theatres or on white curtains in villages, Indians are just crazy about Bollywood. And sometimes we may notice that people think the actors possess the same nature as they act on the screen. That’s why heroes get due respect whereas villains are thought to be evil in real life too. However, equal credit goes to the scriptwriter who makes them look evil via making their character look like that through their script. So let’s have a look at some prominent personalities in the industry who are the daughters of these Bollywood villains.
Pema Denzongpa – Danny Denzongpa
Danny is a famous actor seen in Bollywood as well as Tollywood. But his daughter, though out of the limelight, is an animator and skilled in traditional animation, storyboarding, and visual arts.
Srishti Kumar – Kiran Kumar
Along with playing negative roles in Bollywood, Kiran was a prominent face inTV industry too. His daughter Srishti is a fashion designer and also runs a label named Shish & Shush. She had also played a role in the show Millie when she was 15 years old. Along with all this, she’s an entrepreneur as well.
Divyanka Bedi – Ranjeet
Ranjeet is termed as one of the best actors in a negative role of the 70s and 80s. His acting was so perfect that people had started criticizing him for showing such cruelty in his characters. While his daughter is a successful fashion designer. She has designed the costume for a play Murder On The Menu by Rael Padamsee.
Shruti Kharbanda – Kulbhushan Kharbanda
Kulbhushan Kharbanda is very famous for playing villain roles in Bollywood, the best one being Shakaal from Shaan. His daughter Shruti Kharbanda is very much active on social media and has shared many of her family pics.
Prerna, Punita, Ritika Chopra – Prem Chopra
Pram Chopra is immensely famous for his negative roles. His eldest daughter is married to a publicity designer named Rahul Nanda. Punita got married to a singer and actor Vikas Bhalla. And his youngest daughter Ritika is married to Bollywood actor Sharman Joshi.