Even though Kuch Kuch Hota Hai was all about Shahrukh and Kajol, Salman did administer to connect with the viewers. In fact, by the end of the film, we in fact ended up feeling bad for him. Of course, we were happy for Rahul and Anjali, but that’s a different story.
2.Saswata Chatterji, Kahaani
For us, this was the most threatening cameo ever. If you have seen the movie, you’ll know accurately what we are talking about. In a few seconds, he frightened the hell out of us. In fact, some people say that he was not anything less than the highlight of the film.
3. Lisa Haydon, Queen
In an unfamiliar land, Lisa becomes a friend, a guide and the only source of joy for Kangana’s character. She helps her discover the city and inspires her to become self-regulating. Lisa and Kangana together displayed a bond that stayed with us long after the movie was over.
4.Swara Bhaskera, Ranjhanaa
Swara always takes the right kind of roles. We can corroborate that after watching Tanu Weds Manu and Ranjhaana. In the latter, her character was picked from real life. We have all been in love with a guy who hasn’t love us back at least once. And one feels weak about it. We could all relate to her and required to go and give her a big hug.
5. R. Madhavan, Rang De Basanti
Madhavan’s character in RDB was the connecting thread of the gang. He’s an stimulation to the whole lot and he becomes the reason the rest of the group finds its calling. This was absolutely one of the strongest cameos ever.
6. Pavan Malhotra, Bhaag Milkha Bhaag
Pavan Malhotra is one of those underrated actors who always does a radiant job. In this film, he played Milkha Singh’s coach, and he nailed it. He played the role of an over-the-top poignant Sardarji who was just too gorgeous for words.
7. Naseerudin Shah, Zindagi Na Milegi Dobaara
Even though Shah’s role was really short in the film, his character added meaning to the entire film, especially Farhan Akhtar’s character. Shah played the role of an unresponsive man who had discarded his pregnant girlfriend in the past. And he did full justice to it.
8. Irrfan Khan, Haidar
Irrfan’s performance in Haidar was simply surprising. He played the role of Roohdaar, a mysterious guy. He silently observes the mess created by the Army and laughs at it. Irrfan took the film to a newer level and it’s only fair to call his role one of the most commanding cameos in Bollywood.
9. Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Kahaani
This man never fails to impress us, right? In Kahaani, he played the role of a cop who is trying his best to find a radical. His character paralleled that of Vidya’s and added more material to the film.
10. Jimmy Shergill, A Wednesday
Shergill played the role of an angry ATS officer. His screen company was only 10 minutes with a few dialogues, but he managed to leave a mark and present a outstanding character.