Today, a film’s prosperity depends intensely on how famous the cast is. The greater the star, the greater the hit – hence making the real storyline an optional prerequisite. Be that as it may, there are movies where the plot is the hero and the greatest names in Bollywood have given some remarkable exhibitions – making us overlook their star status and experience passionate feelings for the characters they depicted. Here are 10 underrated movies that featured a portion of the greatest stars in B-wood.

#1. Saif Ali Khan’s Being Cyrus

An account of a useless Parsi, who harbours dark, curved insider facts, this film is an absolute necessity look for any noir film fan. Saif Ali Khan plays Cyrus Mistry, a sculptor, who enters the lives of the Sethna family surprisingly. Cyrus deliberately turns into a huge piece of the family’s working as he finds all their dirty little secrets and is maneuvered into a dangerous plot to murder. Saif depicts a sociopath splendidly, without his standard peculiarities and exchanges, making us really pull for his dim character.

#2. Kalki Koechlin’s Shanghai

In spite of the fact that not the focal character in the film, Kalki’s execution in Shanghai is unquestionably critical. Kalki plays an understudy who is battling to bring issues to light against the decision political gathering in her city, in this way trapping herself into a political intrigue. The film likewise stars Emraan Hashmi and Abhay Deol. In spite of the fact that it wasn’t a major business hit when it discharged, it was praised by film pundits for its authenticity.

#3. Konkana Sensharma’s 15 Park Avenue

Konkana Sensharma plays the part of Meethi, a young lady who is tormented by schizophrenia, which is irritated by awful encounters throughout her life. The film takes after her story and her association with her elder sister (Shabana Azmi) and her fiancee (Rahul Bose). Konkana’s depiction of a rationally sick individual who is continuously getting more debilitated is dazzling and truly touches the gathering of people.

#4. Aishwarya Rai’s Raincoat

A somewhat extraordinary adjustment of O Henry’s Gift of the Magi, this flawless story demonstrates on-screen characters Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Ajay Devgn in an altogether different light. The film takes after the account of the two heroes, who meet each other after quite a while and find how each has endured since their division. Downplayed exhibitions and incredible bearing by Rituparno Ghosh make this film an absolute necessity watch.

#5. Abhay Deol’s Ek Chalis Ki Last Local

A story brimming with sudden wanders aimlessly, Ek Chalis Ki Last Local is a seriously underrated film. One of his most punctual movies, Abhay Deol plays a common man who misses the last prepare home and needs to discover a path back. He meets an excellent young woman (Neha Dhupia) and in this way goes into a night brimming with irregular, entertaining and dull turns that change his life for eternity. A comic drama thriller, this film will keep you snared from begin to end.

#6. Rahul Bose’s Shaurya

Inspired by A Few Good Men, this legal drama takes on a gripping moralistic debate. The film follows the story of a Muslim soldier in the Indian Army, who is court-martialed for shooting his commanding officer. Rahul Bose plays the soldier’s defense attorney, who slowly pieces together what happened with the help of a journalist (Minissha Lamba) and figures out that the incident was more just a shooting. Bose’s performance as an apathetic lawyer who gradually discovers the truth and its consequences is noteworthy, to say the least.

#7. Kareena Kapoor’s Chameli

One of her prior movies, Kareena Kapoor depicts a whore, named Chameli, who meets an affluent speculation financier (Rahul Bose) on a stormy night. The two are stuck in a rear way because of the overwhelming downpours and are compelled to communicate. As they become acquainted with each other better, the financier warms up to Chameli and encourages her escape the inconvenience she is in, along these lines changing his point of view totally. Despite the fact that it wasn’t a hit, this film is an inspiring story of two outsiders getting to be companions. Kapoor’s Chameli was agreeable, genuine, and not at all like any part she has done since.

#8. Shah Rukh Khan’s Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa

Ruler Khan (SRK) has numerous notorious movies, where he, as the saint, spares the day and gets the young lady – making him one of Bollywood’s go-to sentimental legends. In any case, in Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa, SRK, in an improbable curve, plays the person who loses the young lady. SRK’s blunt depiction of a character who is fundamentally a failure makes you pull for him through every one of his shenanigans

#9. Aamir Khan’s Raakh

A great vengeance story, Raakh is a grasping wrongdoing thriller featuring a youthful, post-Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak Aamir Khan. He plays a young fellow who embarks to retaliate for the assault of a companion (Supriya Pathak), with the assistance of a wore out and skeptical cop (Pankaj Kapur). Aamir’s enthusiastic execution of a youth going up against the huge, awful universe of wrongdoing and equity earned the film basic recognition and three national honors.

#10. Amitabh Bachchan’s Nishabd

This film blended about a remarkable debate with its plot line, which demonstrates a substantially more established, wedded man, (Amitabh Bachchan) beginning to look all starry eyed at his 18-year-old girl’s companion. Despite the fact that it enraged many people, the film is a fascinating story of taboo love. Bachchan plays the old, negative man who is profoundly changed in the wake of meeting a young lady with elan and demonstrates his interior battle well.

Which other underrated films of your favourite Bollywood actors would you add to this list? Let us know in the comments.