Prithviraj Sukumaran's strongest villainous performances in various languages and where to stream these films are listed here.
Malayalam actor Prithviraj Sukumaran is well regarded for his ability to effortlessly and convincingly inhabit any role. He is starring as an antagonist in Bade Miyan Chote Miyan, one of the most-awaited Hindi movies of 2024. Both his fans and movie buffs across the country were enthralled with his Malayalam dialogue and the glimpse into his character that the action thriller's teaser offered.
Additionally, Prithviraj has played a number of parts with a negative tone. Kotta Madhu in Kaapa, Koshy Kurian in Ayyappanum Koshiyum, and Antony Moses in the Mumbai Police are a few examples. The actor's strongest villainous performances in various languages and where to stream these films are listed here.
In addition to receiving praise from many, Prithviraj Sukumaran's portrayal of Gomathinayagam Pillai—a jealous and ambitious theatre artiste—won the actor Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Villain.
Prithviraj, who portrayed Mikhail Warli/Tony Cake in the action thriller Naam Shabana, won high appreciation for his plausible depiction of a cunning international arms dealer, which included a gripping action scene involving Taapasee Pannu in the film's conclusion.
Along with Vikram and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s acts in this Mani Ratnam directorial, Prithviraj was also highly appreciated for his role as ASP Dev Prakash Subramaniam, IPS. Despite being the film's primary protagonist and based on Sri Rama from the epic Ramayana, his role has a certain amount of greyness to it.
Prithviraj makes an appearance as Laiq, a man willing to kill anyone in order to satisfy his spiritual beliefs. His vicious demeanour and provocative yet potent speech establish a hateful persona.
In this movie, the actor plays two roles: Sathya and Christy Lopez. Christy is a professional killer who develops an obsession with killing Sandra, the main character, as the movie goes on. Although the 2005 release did not do well at the box office, it was his second film as a villain.
This is Prithviraj’s second film, which was released months after his debut movie Nandanam. It is regarded as the actor's standout performance as Saathan, also known as Daveed in his early films.