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  • The 2006 crime drama film 'Omkara', based on Shakespeare's 'Othello' saw Ajay Devgan play the lead role. Under the able direction of Vishal Bhardwaj, Ajay played the role of a political enforcer to perfection. The movie received positive acclaim from all quarters including few National awards. Sadly the cuss words in the film fetched 'Omkara' an A certificate which kept many away from cinema halls.
    The 2006 crime drama film 'Omkara', based on Shakespeare's 'Othello' saw Ajay Devgan play the lead role. Under the able direction of Vishal Bhardwaj, Ajay played the role of a political enforcer to perfection. The movie received positive acclaim from all quarters including few National awards. Sadly the cuss words in the film fetched 'Omkara' an A certificate which kept many away from cinema halls.
  • The character of Inspector Amit Kumar as portrayed by Ajay Devgn in 'Gangaajal' looked every inch an IPS officer in this hard hitting film. The actor, through his acting skills, managed to impress the audience in his cop avatar. The film was a run away success when released in 2003. The intense role later on was to become Ajay Devgn's hallmark.
    The character of Inspector Amit Kumar as portrayed by Ajay Devgn in 'Gangaajal' looked every inch an IPS officer in this hard hitting film. The actor, through his acting skills, managed to impress the audience in his cop avatar. The film was a run away success when released in 2003. The intense role later on was to become Ajay Devgn's hallmark.
  • 'Once Upon A Time in Mumbai' also opened the fortunes of Balaji Films. The film managed to gain both critical acclaim and moolah at the box office. The fiery dialogues of the film as penned by dialogue writer Rajat Arora, coming from Sultan Mirza, was a treat to cine goers. Ajay gelled perfectly in a milieu which took us back to an era when Mumbai was virtually ruled by the underworld. His chemistry with Kangana Ranaut was outstanding and viewers got to see a fresh pairing on the big screen.
    'Once Upon A Time in Mumbai' also opened the fortunes of Balaji Films. The film managed to gain both critical acclaim and moolah at the box office. The fiery dialogues of the film as penned by dialogue writer Rajat Arora, coming from Sultan Mirza, was a treat to cine goers. Ajay gelled perfectly in a milieu which took us back to an era when Mumbai was virtually ruled by the underworld. His chemistry with Kangana Ranaut was outstanding and viewers got to see a fresh pairing on the big screen.
  • This film in a way also changed the fortune of Ajay Devgn. It gave a 360 degree turn to Ajay Devgn's career and it helped him in fetching a tag which most in the industry often yearn for - of being an actor. The 1998 flick 'Zakhm' will always remain a special gift for Ajay Devgn that was presented by Mahesh Bhatt. In this movie we witnessed a different side of Ajay. Ajay Devgn managed to bag hi first national award for the film.
    This film in a way also changed the fortune of Ajay Devgn. It gave a 360 degree turn to Ajay Devgn's career and it helped him in fetching a tag which most in the industry often yearn for - of being an actor. The 1998 flick 'Zakhm' will always remain a special gift for Ajay Devgn that was presented by Mahesh Bhatt. In this movie we witnessed a different side of Ajay. Ajay Devgn managed to bag hi first national award for the film.
  • Written and directed by Ram Gopal Varma, 'Company' was a crime-thriller flick that starred Ajay Devgn in a vital role. The movie ‘s plot revolved around the economics behind running an Indian mafia organization. Ajay true to the plot of the film came out with flying colors in the role of the gang leader.
    Written and directed by Ram Gopal Varma, 'Company' was a crime-thriller flick that starred Ajay Devgn in a vital role. The movie ‘s plot revolved around the economics behind running an Indian mafia organization. Ajay true to the plot of the film came out with flying colors in the role of the gang leader.
  • 'The Legend of Bhagat Singh' is a 2002 Indian historical biographical film, based on the life of Bhagat Singh who was a freedom fighter who fought for Indian independence. The movie that starred Ajay in the lead, showed the details of how Singh came to develop his views during the era of British Raj. The film awarded Ajay his 2nd national award. Credit must be given to Ajay who had a foresight to sign this film as an year later the film industry witnessed a spate of films that tried to explore the phenomenon called Bhagat Singh.
    'The Legend of Bhagat Singh' is a 2002 Indian historical biographical film, based on the life of Bhagat Singh who was a freedom fighter who fought for Indian independence. The movie that starred Ajay in the lead, showed the details of how Singh came to develop his views during the era of British Raj. The film awarded Ajay his 2nd national award. Credit must be given to Ajay who had a foresight to sign this film as an year later the film industry witnessed a spate of films that tried to explore the phenomenon called Bhagat Singh.
  • Though Sanjay Leela Bhansali's 1999 blockbuster 'Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam' focused more on the love story of Salman Khan and Aishwarya Rai, but it was the character of Vanraj as played by Ajay Devgn that ran away with all the limelight.  The actor looked really phenomenal playing the character of a sweet, subtle Gujarati Lawyer. It was a different facet of Ajay Devgn which sadly to this day remains unexplored.
    Though Sanjay Leela Bhansali's 1999 blockbuster 'Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam' focused more on the love story of Salman Khan and Aishwarya Rai, but it was the character of Vanraj as played by Ajay Devgn that ran away with all the limelight.  The actor looked really phenomenal playing the character of a sweet, subtle Gujarati Lawyer. It was a different facet of Ajay Devgn which sadly to this day remains unexplored.
  • 'Kachche Dhaage' was a true blue thriller film that hit theaters in 1999. The film directed by Milan Luthria, saw Ajay Devgan in the role of a smuggler, who deals in smuggling goods across the Rajasthan border into Pakistan. The film when released gave a new line of thinking to Bollywood directors. Ajay's character stood out for him.
    'Kachche Dhaage' was a true blue thriller film that hit theaters in 1999. The film directed by Milan Luthria, saw Ajay Devgan in the role of a smuggler, who deals in smuggling goods across the Rajasthan border into Pakistan. The film when released gave a new line of thinking to Bollywood directors. Ajay's character stood out for him.
  • It's difficult to imagine Ajay in a Bihari character but Rituparno Ghosh was more than successful in his effort to get those nuances out from Ajay's charatcer. It was a film that showed a very subdued and gentle Ajay. The film when released was a box office disaster despite aces like Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Ajay himself. The movie beautifully captured the poignant moments. The film won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Hindi. This is one film that Ajay must surely be proud of.
    It's difficult to imagine Ajay in a Bihari character but Rituparno Ghosh was more than successful in his effort to get those nuances out from Ajay's charatcer. It was a film that showed a very subdued and gentle Ajay. The film when released was a box office disaster despite aces like Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Ajay himself. The movie beautifully captured the poignant moments. The film won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Hindi. This is one film that Ajay must surely be proud of.
  • Donning the character of Colonel Ranvir Singh Ranawat, Ajay Devgan did an outstanding act in the 2003 action thriller film 'Zameen'. The movie also starred Abhishek Bachchan and Bipasha Basu in the lead roles. The debut film of ace director Rohit Shetty was based on a true incident.
    Donning the character of Colonel Ranvir Singh Ranawat, Ajay Devgan did an outstanding act in the 2003 action thriller film 'Zameen'. The movie also starred Abhishek Bachchan and Bipasha Basu in the lead roles. The debut film of ace director Rohit Shetty was based on a true incident.
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The 2006 crime drama film 'Omkara', based on Shakespeare's 'Othello' saw Ajay Devgan play the lead role. Under the able direction of Vishal Bhardwaj, Ajay played the role of a political enforcer to perfection. The movie received positive acclaim from all quarters including few National awards. Sadly the cuss words in the film fetched 'Omkara' an A certificate which kept many away from cinema halls.

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