5 Best Supporting Performances From Bollywood Films in 2016

Generally, when a year comes to an end, we have a bunch of good movies to look back to. Unfortunately, this was not the case with 2016. While many Bollywood films, big and small, released this year, not many managed to leave a mark. In other words, 2016 did not see the best of Bollywood. 
They were not all disappointments though. We can say that it was a fairly good year when it comes to supporting performances. Fresh and exciting talent made its way onto the big screen. There were many actors whose performances were well-appreciated by the audience and deserve a special mention. 

Let's take a look at some of the best supporting performances of Bollywood in 2016.

Rishi Kapoor in Kapoor & Sons
Rishi Kapoor played the role of a quirky grandfather, who really stole the show.rishi-kapoor-and-sons-3

Anant Vidhaat Sharma, as Govind in Sultan
Anant started off his journey as a theatre actor from the streets of Delhi to Yash Raj Films studio. He played the supporting role of a best friend to Salman Khan in Sultan. sultan-anant

Purab Kohli as Ibrahim Durrani in Airlift
Airlift stirred up the patriotic sentiments in the hearts of everyone who watched the film. Purab Kohli played an important role as a supporting actor in the film. purab-kohli-759

Kirti Kulhari as Falak Ali in Pink
One of the most appreciated movies of the year was Pink. The three girls were fierce and strong in the portrayal of their characters. While Taapsee Pannu surprised us with her performance, Kirti stood out as well with her great contribution.kirti

Anurag Kashyap in Akira
Well known as a director, Anurag Kashyap played the role of a police officer, who is also the main villain of the film. He is said to be the most effective villain of this year. anurag-kashyap-in-akira

So, which one would you pick as your favorite supporting performance from the above-mentioned ones?

–Joseph Bhathena

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