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The bad man of Bollywood, Gulshan Grover, who recently finished shooting for Deepa Mehta's International project Beeba Boys, wants the Hindi film industry to learn from the West.

Gulshan Grover not just enjoys portraying negative characters on screen, but also makes sure that each is different from the other. 

Veteran actor Gulshan Grover has said Indian women have a better chance at getting a leading role in a Hollywood film as compared to men.??

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The 'badman' of Bollywood has done many entertaining films and has won over many fans in his long career, but it is the new generation of actors that impresses him the most.

For actor Gulshan Grover making a career in Bollywood was not a walk in the park but he was determined to make a career for himself when he left Delhi for Mumbai in 1974.

Actor Gulshan Grover has lent his voice in Hollywood filmmaker Steven Spielberg’s upcoming adventure fantasy, The Big Fat Giant.

Actor Gulshan Grover has found a fan in actor Ruslaan Mumtaz, who's also the co-star of his upcoming film.

After entertaining audiences for years on the silver screen, Bollywood's very own villain, Gulshan Grover, is all set to take his career to the next level.

Looks like the 'Bad Man' of the silver screen, Gulshan Grover, is in for a good time in New York, USA. We've been informed that the actor will be honoured at the upcoming New York City International Film Festival (NYCIFF).

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