These Are The Daughters Of Famous Bollywood Villains

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Heeba Shah – Naseeruddin Shah

Bollywood Villains Daughters

Naseeruddin Shah is one of the versatile actors in the current Bollywood industry. But you may not know his daughter named Heeba Shah, who is also a good actress. She has impressed fans by acting in movies like Q, Ravi Goes To School, Yeah Ballet, etc. Like her father, Heeba is also a brilliant theatre artist.


Namrata Puri – Amrish Puri

Bollywood Villains Daughters

Amrish Puri terrorized the Bolly world with his high pitched ‘Mogambo Khush Hua’, Dong, Balwant Rai, and much more. His daughter is a famous fashion designer who periodically exhibits costumes to show her customers.


Juhi Babbar – Raj Babbar

Bollywood Villains Daughters

Raj Babbar has performed various evil character roles in Bollywood movies. But you might not know his daughter Juhi Babbar, who has played a huge part in theatre as an actor and director. She had made her Bollywood debut but sadly she went unnoticed. She married a TV actor named Anup Soni.


Pranutan Bahl, Krishna Bahl – Mohnish Bahl

Bollywood Villains Daughters

Being a star kid himself, Mohnish Bahl glittered since his role in the movie Maine Pyaar Kiya. He played a villain role in many films. Pranutan Bahl was released into Bollywood by Salman Khan in his movie Notebook. Krishna Bahl is mostly away from the limelight.

A villain plays an important part in a story. Moreover, no story is complete without a villain. Furthermore, it is not easy for actors to play Bollywood villains. They have to bring a combination of foulness, immorality, and maliciousness. However, there are many actors who played Bollywood villains without being a specialist in negative roles. Which name surprised you most on the list? Let us know in the comments below.

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