Salman Khan, Shah Rukh Khan, Imran Khan: Actors turn tapori to stand out?
Jun 15, 2013 14:18pm
There is something striking about tapori avatar. While the colloquial language sounds interesting, the peculiar body language which is equally important, can't be ignored either. No wonder filmmakers are using tapori look in movies so often.
Aamir Khan's striking tapori attitude in Rangeela to romance and life expanded his fan base.
Shah Rukh Khan made a cameo appearance in 'Shakti, The Power'. The actor flaunted the hidden tapori in him through his item number 'Ishq Kameena'.
Anil Kapoor's role as a dreamer, witty talker and street procession dancer was much appreciated by the viewers. All in all, he is the 'jhakass tapori' in Bollywood.
Sanjay Dutt as Munna Bhai still remains the most memorable role he played, courtesy his funny mannerisms and 'tapori' language.
Neil Nitin Mukesh was roped in to essay the role of a tapori in 'Lafangey Parindey'. But the actor failed to look like one.
'Judwaa' revolves around the lives of twins Prem and Raja. Unlike Prem, Raja is both sociable and precocious. Salman aka Raja was more entertaining.
Ranbir Kapoor showed he can be convincing even when he plays a tapori. He was seen essaying the role in an item number in 'Chillar Party'.
Arshad Warsi made a new style statement when he accessorized his 'tapori' look with gaudy chains.
Salman Khan had as much fun playing a tapori as much as the viewer had while watching 'Wanted'.
Jackie Shroff uses tapori style in both reel and real life.