Ram Gopal Varma’s Best Movies Before He Went Rogue

Ram Gopal Varma’s Best Movies Before He Went Rogue


Ram Gopal Varma is an exceptional director. This comment once made sense. Several National Awards that he and his movies received were a testimony to the man’s talent behind the camera. He took Bollywood by storm in the 90s and early 2000s with his RGV GENRE of movies. RGV career reminds me of Dark Knight‘s “You either die a hero or live long enough to see yourself become a villain.” Not that we want any harm to him, but he needs to re-evaluate his scripts.

Quentin Tarantino and Ram Gopal Varma have one thing in common, they both learned film-making by watching films.
Just like this awesome fun-fact, we will make you relive the fun part of RGV’s career with this best films according to us:


Durga’s brother is killed in a gang war, turning him into a revenge-seeking man with a mission. Now, his ex-girlfriend’s cop husband is out to get him. Finally, the two team up to nab the real culprit.
This movie gave us the iconic dialogue “Mumbai ka king kaun?”. It also gave us one of Bollywood’s most incredible Manoj Bajpayee who wanted to play the lead role.



Mili’s ambition of becoming a famous actor is met with several hurdles when Raj Kamal, a noted actor, and Munna, her childhood friend, both fall in love with her.
In this movie, we saw Aamir Khan as a mavali who thinks that 5-star hotels only spend their money on tables and chairs and not food. Remember that epic scene?

Nandu, a small-time thief, is assigned to smuggle an unknown packet for a petty amount. With the cops pursuing him, Nandu has to elude them and deliver the packet on time.

This movie has been by far the most hilarious sequence in Bollywood by Sanjay Dutt as Uma Parvati and Urmila Matondkar as Daya Shankar and the Chako.


On a stormy evening, an announcement is made on the television about a serial killer at large. Soon, a woman who is home alone finds the doorbell ringing and a stranger pleads to enter her home.

No spoilers for this suspense gem.


Chandu, a henchman, and Malik, a local hothead, join hands to form a gang. As their gang gains a reputation, tension arises between them and they eventually fall apart.

Ajay Devgn and Vivek Oberoi prove their acting prowess.

When a married couple moves into a flat that is haunted by a spirit, a series of inexplicable experiences drive the wife to near madness. Now, the husband must protect his wife to save their marriage.

Lesser we speak about this horror film the sounder sleep you and I will get.


Sarkar is a powerful gangster who is framed for murdering an upright politician. With Sarkar imprisoned, his son Shankar steps in his shoes as a leader to protect his father and their legacy.

India’s version of Godfather.


A man in his sixties falls in love with a teenage girl. This affects his relationship with his wife and daughter, whose friend is the girl he loves.

A movie was way ahead of its time, it still is even today. Amitabh Bachchan choosing such a role shows how secure he is about his film career.
Not A Love story

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Not A Love Story is a 2011 Indian crime-thriller film inspired by the gruesome murder of Neeraj Grover in 2008 that led to the arrest of Emile Jerome Mathew and Maria Susairaj. Starring Mahie Gill, Deepak Dobriyal and Ajay Gehi and directed by Ram Gopal Varma, the film was released on 19th August 2011.

Watch it if you have a strong heart and stomach.
Tell us which other films of RGV were your favourite.


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