The year 2013 was a good start for Prithviraj as an actor. He did many good roles in all his movies, which indeed showed the wavelength of him as an actor. Movies portrayed him even in negative shades, which was accepted by the audience. The actor became more choosy over his roles, which indeed boosted the actor in the industry.
Prithviraj was seen in a negative role for the first time in his
movie Mumbai Police. His role itself was
the ultimate thrilling climax of the film, that indeed won rave
reviews. The young, stiff IPS officer Anthony Moses looted the
hearts of many.
As per the poll conducted by Oneindia for the Best Villain of
2013, Prithviraj clearly wins the title against his opponents. Out
of the total votes, Prithviraj has got 954 votes, which is indeed a
good number to beat down.
Other nominees for Best Villain 2013 were Sreekumar
(Memories), Indrajith (Ezhamathe
Varavu), Bobby Simha (Neram) and Subba Raju
(Sound Thoma). Sreekumar has ranked in the second place
with 313 votes which has been followed by Indrajith with 149 votes.
Bobby Simha receives 141 votes and Subba Raju gets 66
Prithviraj indeed receives this title as he performed well in a
negative role without showing off much heroism.
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Prithviraj essayed the role of IPS officer Anthony Moses in
Mumbai Police, who was also a gay.
Sreekumar plays the role of a revengeful doctor in the movie
Memories, who kills three people and tries for the fourth,
Indrajith played the villain in Ezhamathe Varavu. He
has done villainous roles previously too.
Bobby Simha will always be remembered for the role essayed by
him in Neram. He played a money lender in the
Subba Raju essayed the role of an arrogant police officer in the
movie Sound Thoma.