Bollywoods Best Suspense Thrillers Ever | Memsaab.com

With ‘Talaash’ Making It To The Theatres,Look Back At Some Of The Best Thrillers To Come Out Of Bollywood In The Last Few Decades

Gul Panag And Abhay Smiling Still From Movie Manorama Six Feet Under

Gul Panag And Abhay Smiling Still From Movie Manorama Six Feet Under
In This Image: Gul Panag, Abhay Doel
Manorama Six Feet Under (2007): An Amateur, Small-Town Detective Gets Entangled In A Mess Of Lies, Deceit And Murder.The Film Has Abhay Doel At His Very Best, With Good Supporting Acts From Raima Sen And Gul Panag
 

Madhuri And Jackie Hug Still From Movie 100 Days

Madhuri And Jackie Hug Still From Movie 100 Days
100 Days (1991): A Young Woman Has A Dream Of Her Sister Getting Killed, And The Same Turns Out To Be True. She Kees Getting Visions With Various Clues That Eventually Lead Her To The Murderer. Madhuri Dixit, Jackie Shroff And Javed Jaffrey Star In The Film

Shabana Azmi And Amol Palekar Smiling Photo From Movie Khamosh

Shabana Azmi And Amol Palekar Smiling Photo From Movie Khamosh
In This Image: Shabana Azmi, Amol Palekar
Khamosh (1985): Arguably Hindi cinema’s Most Underrated Thriller, This Vidhu Vinod Chopra Flick Has A Plot Wherein The Murderer Is Brilliantly Hidden In The Plot Till The Absorbing Climax. Star Cast Includes Stalwarts Like Amol Palekar, Naseeruddin Shah, Shabana Azmi And Pankaj Kapoor

Rishi Kapoor Snap Taken From Movie Khoj

Rishi Kapoor Snap Taken From Movie Khoj
In This Image: Rishi Kapoor
Khoj (1989): A Man Gets A Call From A Priest Saying His Missing Wife Is With Him In The Church. But, After Seeing Her, He Claims That She Is Not His Wife. The Film Has Rishi Kapoor, Naseeruddin Shah And Kimi Katkar Among The Principal Cast
 

Rajendra,Nanda And Ashok On Movie Kanoon Wallpaper

Rajendra,Nanda And Ashok On Movie Kanoon Wallpaper
Kanoon (1960): The Film Is A Courtroom Drama, Where The Judge's Would-Be Son-In-Law Is The Defence Lawyer In A Case Of Murder For Which He Actually Suspects His Would-Be Father-In-Law. Rajendra Kumar, Nanda And Ashok Kumar Play The Central Characters

Dharmendra And Sanjeev Nice Photo From Movie Shikar

Dharmendra And Sanjeev Nice Photo From Movie Shikar
In This Image: Dharmendra, Sanjeev Kumar
Shikar (1968): A Manager Comes To Know That A Man Has Been Murdered And Informs The Police. However All Evidences At The Crime Scene Have Been Tampered, Making It Extremely Difficult For The Cops To Make Any Headway Into Investigations. Dharmendra, Asha Parekh And Sanjeev Kumar Play Lead Roles

Zeenat,Sanjay And Danny Photo From Movie Dhund

Zeenat,Sanjay And Danny Photo From Movie Dhund
Dhund (1973): A Young Woman’s Invalid Husband Gets Killed. The Widow And Her Ex-Boyfriend Are Viewed As Suspects, But The Actual Killer Is Someone Else. Zeenat Aman, Sanjay Khan And Danny Denzongpa Star In The Film
 

Vinod Khanna Snap Taken From Movie Inkaar

Vinod Khanna Snap Taken From Movie Inkaar
In This Image: Vinod Khanna
Inkaar (1978): A Wealthy Businessman Uses The Help Of A Police Officer To Trace Down His Servant’s Son. The Kidnapped Boy Is Rescued But The Main Abductor Is Still At Large And The Money Isn’t Recovered. Vinod Khanna Puts In A Stellar Performance As The Cop

Amitabh Bachchan Awesome Still From Movie Parwana

Amitabh Bachchan Awesome Still From Movie Parwana
In This Image: Amitabh Bachchan
Parwana (1971): An Artist Is Obsessed With A Girl, But The Latter Is In Love With A Wealthy Tea Plantation Owner, Who Somehow Gets Entangled In The Murder Case Of The Girl’s Uncle. The Film Stars Amitabh Bachchan, Navin Nischol And Yogeeta Bali

Rajesh Khanna Angry Photo Still From Movie Ittefaq

Rajesh Khanna Angry Photo Still From Movie Ittefaq
In This Image: Rajesh Khanna
Ittefaq (1969): A Painter Being Tried For His Wife’s Murder Escapes From The Mental Hospital Which He Has Been Sent To And Lands Up At A Woman’s House, Holding Her At Gunpoint To Evade Arrest. There’s A Dead Body In The House Though… ‘Ittefaq’ Has Rajesh Khanna In One Of His Rare Non-Romantic Roles At His Peak
 
 
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