Ajay Devgn, a Bollywood actor, has been working in the business for about 31 years. Ajay, however, has been one of those actors—if not the only actor—to maintain an intense persona amidst the glitz and splendor. Those who watched Bollywood films as children in the 1990s will be familiar with his intense and outstanding performances. In contrast to the type of Bollywood films with which he made his debut, the actor has demonstrated his flexibility. He is skilled in several genres, including humor, drama, action, and even romance. Ajay, one of the most commercially successful performers, has amassed a following thanks to his roles in comedies like Golmaal. Ajay Devgn has always captured audiences’ hearts with his roles, from that of a police inspector in Singham to that of Tanaji Malusare in his most recent film Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior.

Bajirao Singham in Singham

One of Ajay Devgn’s best-known movies with Rohit Shetty is Singham. In actuality, Rohit introduced the no-nonsense policewala Bajirao Singham to the audience, which marked the beginning of his cop universe. Ajay assumes the character of a law-abiding police officer who has been relocated to a gangster-run city. Destiny pits him against a dishonest politician who questions his morals. The movie ended up being one of the biggest hits of 2011, and Rohit was compelled to make Singham Returns as a result of its success. Since then, Ranveer Singh and now Akshay Kumar have joined Rohit Shetty’s cop universe.

Tanaji Malusare in Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior

Tanhaji: The audience has responded quite favorably to The Unsung Warrior. The historical action-drama is based on the life of Maratha hero Tanhaji Malusare, who served as Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj’s lieutenant and trusted confidante and was also Ajay’s 100th film. The movie became the highest-grossing Bollywood movie of 2020 after earning Rs 332.73 crore net in India and Rs 34.85 crore abroad.

Vijay Salgaonkar in Drishyam

The same-titled 2013 Malayalam and Tamil films have been remade in Hindi as Drishyam. Ajay had a difficult time living up to his part because Mohanlal and Kamal Haasan had already performed it in the Malayalam original and Tamil remake, respectively. But there’s no denying that the actor did a wonderful job of living up to the audience’s expectations. Ajay portrays Vijay Salgaonkar in the Nishikant Kamat-directed movie, who makes tremendous efforts to prevent his family from being apprehended.