7 Most Intensely Violent Movies of Indian Cinema

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Satya (1998)

A pathbreaker in many respects, the Ram Gopal Varma crime drama also acquainted audiences with a grounded idea of what street thugs and gangsters are like, and was particularly detail-heavy in depicting the cold-blooded violence that runs across the film.

Agneepath (2012)

Karan Malhotra's remake of a classic was more vivid, more flamboyant, and certainly more brutal, to the point that the film's U/A rating was concerning, given the visuals portrayed all sorts of bare-boned violence, all of it graphic, none of it ease to stomach.

Gangs of Wasseypur (2012)

Anurag Kashyap's epic crime saga gave violence the sort of cinematic language Indian audiences were not familiar with, in that it was casual, frenetic, and bloody: there wasn't the slightest hesitation in showing a gunshot wound as it would look.

Badlapur (2015)

The calculated brutality of the Sriram Raghavan film transcended the screen, piercing the viewer with each thought-out blow that was landed, creating a presence that loomed over the film.

NH10 (2015)

Navdeep Singh directed this chilling thriller set in the badlands of North India where a young woman realises violence is her only way out of a jam, and she dishes it out as well as the people interested in killing her.

Vikram (2022)

Kamal Haasan starred in the frenzied Lokesh Kanagaraj actioner that was as gleefully violent as it was trigger-happy.

Animal (2023)

Sandeep Reddy Vanga and Ranbir Kapoor collaborated on some of the most cartoonishly violent sequences in Hindi cinema which had all the gore and none of the staying emotional or aesthetic impact.

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