Arshad Warsi's Circuit from Munna Bhai MBBS, SRK's Jehangir Khan from Dear Zindagi and more characters who merit spinoffs


MUMBAI: Bollywood has gifted us with unforgettable characters, and some are simply too good to fade away. Here's a list of 6 iconic Bollywood characters who deserve their own spinoff, each with a unique story waiting to be told.

Dr. Aditya Shrivastav in Bhool Bhulaiyaa:


Played by the versatile Akshay Kumar, Dr. Aditya Shrivastav in "Bhool Bhulaiyaa" captivated audiences with his wit, intelligence, and unexpected twists. A psychiatrist with a penchant for unraveling mysteries, his character added humour to the film's narrative. A comeback for Dr. Aditya would undoubtedly reignite the thrill, laughter and excitement associated with the iconic psychological thriller.

Rana from Piku:


Who could forget Irrfan Khan's character, Rana, from "Piku"? He was the down-to-earth cab driver who had no option but to surrender his car to Kolkata and eventually became Piku's friend. A comeback for Rana would be a lovely tribute to Irrfan Khan and his amazing acting.

Poo from Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham:


Kareena Kapoor Khan's character, Poo, was the ultimate fashionista and had all those famous lines in "Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham." Recalling her iconic lines like "Tumhe koi haq nahi banta ki tum itni khoobsurat lago" and "Kaun hai yeh, jisne dobara mudke mujhe nahi dekha?" emphasises her character's sass and charm deserve to be celebrated once again!

Circuit from Munna Bhai M.B.B.S.:


Arshad Warsi's portrayal of Circuit in "Munna Bhai M.B.B.S." endeared him to audiences with his loyalty, humor, and unwavering support for Munna Bhai. As the quintessential best friend, Circuit added comic lit up every scene with his comic timing 

Aisha from Wake Up Sid:


As the free-spirited and independent Aisha, played by Konkona Sen Sharma, "Wake Up Sid" offered a refreshing portrayal of modern womanhood. Her character resonated with audiences for its relatability, and pursuit of dreams. 

Dr. Jehangir Khan from Dear Zindagi:


Shah Rukh Khan's portrayal of Dr. Jehangir Khan in "Dear Zindagi" offered a refreshing take on therapy and mental health. A comeback for Dr. Jehangir Khan would not only destigmatize mental health issues but also reaffirm the importance of seeking help and finding hope in life's journey.


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