15 weird action scenes only Indian actors could pull off

  • HT Correspondent, Hindustan times, New Delhi
  • Updated: Feb 07, 2016 09:18 IST
Style is just another name for Rajinikanth. (YouTube)

No one can match our ‘desi’ heroes when it comes to throwing punches. They thrash villains with such vigour that the baddies would remember the beating for years. It doesn’t matter much whether the bullets hit our hero or the hero hits them, the result will remain the same: The bullet needs to die. Just to give you a glimpse inside the amazing world of mind boggling actions Indian heroes do, we have compiled a list of 15 videos. Watch. Scratch your head. Rejoice. Watch them again.

Hello Brother (1999)
If you really need to do it, do it the Bhai way. This is ‘painful’ action. By the way, Salman Khan called it ‘pungi bajana’.

Aakrosh (2010)
Your mind will take some time to register this scene in its entirety. What were they thinking while shooting this? Do you know who directed this film? Priyadarshan.

Andaz Apna Apna (1994)
Aau, lolitaa, hum tum, milke karenge—dhaki tiki, dhaki tiki. No? Watch this hilarious action scene from Rajkumar Santoshi’s Andaz Apna Apna.

Khiladi 420 (2004)
This was years before Akshay Kumar did Baby and Special 26.

Desh Drohi (2008)
Come on man, this is KRK. Let’s cheer for him. And, don’t miss the sound he makes before falling down.

Jaani Dushman: Ek Anokhi Kahani (2002)
There’s a reason Armaan Kohli couldn’t succeed in films. This is insanely crazy stuff.

Bollywood heroes are not the only one doing gravity defying stunts. They have a better match in Southern cinema stars.

Alluda Majaka (1995)
This is True Lies in Telugu. But, Arnold is no Chiranjeevi. Go man go. No animals, only human beings were harmed during this scene.

Dharmapuri (2006)
Make way for the Captain.

Here are some kids reacting to Telugu actor Balakrishnan movies
Don’t trouble the trouble because then the trouble troubles you. I am not the trouble, I am the truth. Whatever that means.

Annamalai (1992)
Rajinikanth, the name is enough.

Mirchi (2013)
The Bahubali in making.

Virudhagiri (2010)
Vijayakanth fights London gangsters with sticks. Watch it to believe it.

Athisaya Piravi (1990)
You can’t keep Rajinikanth out of the game for long. That’s why he is back on our list.

Aambala (2015)
Vishal gets into Rajinikanth’s shoes.

And, here’s a Singham parody. It will blow your mind for sure.

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