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Love In Shades Of Grey: Aparshakti Khurana To Vijay Varma To Ali Fazal – 3 Characters We Secretly Wish We Could Date

People are always in love with good characters, but what is the character was a grey one? From mischievous to brooding, meet the grey characters that captivated us in the past few months.

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While it’s always exciting to watch heroic and charming characters on-screen, there’s something intriguing about grey characters who blur the lines between good and bad. Let us explore four grey characters from popular Indian shows and movies who have stolen our hearts with their personalities.

Madan Kumar Played By Aparshakti Khurana (‘Jubilee’)

Aparshakti’s portrayal of Madan Kumar in Jubilee has left audiences smitten. With his quirky personality and a touch of mischievousness, Madan is a character that strikes a perfect balance between good and bad making us wish we could embark on an adventure with him.

Anand Swarnakar Played By Vijay Varma (‘Dahaad’)

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Vijay Varma’s portrayal of Anand Swarnakar in Dahaad has captivated hearts with his enigmatic persona. Anand is a complex character with shades of grey, harboring secrets and an intense aura. His brooding nature and hidden vulnerability make him intriguing and leave us yearning for a deeper connection.

Guddu Bhaiya Played By Ali Fazal (‘Mirzapur’)

Ali Fazal’s portrayal of Guddu bhaiya in the web series Mirzapur has earned him a massive fan following. Guddu is a character who walks the line between hero and anti-hero. He possesses a fierce energy, unwavering loyalty, and a raw, rugged charm that is hard to resist which makes us curious about what lies beneath his tough exterior.

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While grey characters may not always fit the traditional hero mold, their complexities make them fascinating prospects on-screen. The likes of Madan Kumar, Anand Swarnakar and Guddu Bhaiya challenge our perception of morality and captivate us with their multi-dimensional personalities.

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