Varun Dhawan who is starring in 'Judwaa 2' will feature in a double role for the first time. He will be seen romancing beauties, Jacqueline Fernandez and Taapsee Pannu. 'Judwaa2' is a remake of the hit Salman Khan starring film 'Judwaa'
'Mubarakan' was the second outing for Arjun Kapoor to be seen in a double role after 'Aurangzeb'
Arjun Kapoor in 'Aurangzeb'. A twisted remake of the 1978 hit 'Trishul', 'Aurangzeb' has Arjun playing a hardened criminal as well as a police informer
'Mastizaade' is a raunchy comedy of errors revolving around Aditya Chotia (Vir Das) and Sunny Kele (Tusshar Kapoor) who fall for the twin sisters, Lily and Laila, played by Sunny Leone. Directed by Milap Zaveri, 'Mastizaade' is set to release on February 29
Kangana Ranaut in 'Tanu Weds Manu Returns' Once in a while, an actor overpowers the movie, and Kangana Ranaut does that with 'Tanu Weds Manu Returns'. She dazzles with dual performances as she plays two dramatically diagonal roles -- one as the ebullient, effervescent, free spirited Tanu and the other as the rustic Haryanvi, a budding athlete, Kusum. As she moves from one role to another with such incredible ease, ironically making it increasingly difficult for you to believe that it is the same actor who's played the two roles. Pic/Santa Banta
Sanjeev Kumar and Deven Verma in 'Angoor'. The rip-roarious comedy 'Angoor', based on Shakespeare's 'The Comedy of Errors', had Kumar and the underrated Verma in their best comic roles ever. The movie revolves around two pairs of identical twins separated at birth and the funny situations that ensue when they cross paths after growing up
Salman Khan in 'Judwaa'. The superstar is at his comical best as the tapori character Raja as well as the mature musician Prem
Shah Rukh Khan in 'Duplicate'. Yes, this was a terrible film, in which one SRK is a chef and the other is a hardened criminal. The movie was promoted smartly using the punch line 'Double Shah Rukh, Single Rate'. The film though is remembered for being among the biggest disasters of Bollywood
Neetu Singh in 'Kaliyaan' . As a child artist, Neetu played twins named Ganga and Jamuna, who live separately owing to differences between their parents. As a kid as well, Neetu was incredibly talented, and made a major impact
Dev Anand in 'Hum Dono' . Anand pitched in a sparkling performance as Mahesh Anand, who is mistaken for his look-alike in the Indian Army, Major Verma, by the latter's family. Major Verma is believed to have been killed in action
Madhuri Dixit in 'Sangeet'. One of Madhuri's underrated works, the actor portrayed the caring mother as well as the blind daughter, who is passionate about dancing, and came up trumps in both roles
Dilip Kumar in 'Ram Aur Shyam'. In this twins separated at birth tale, the thespian played two radically different characters one is an oppressed man and the other is free-spirited. Kumar pulled off both roles with elan
Rajesh Khanna in 'Aradhana'. The film that made Kaka a superstar and had Khanna as both father and son, both of whom are Air Force officers. Khanna's unique style of romance made him a heartthrob of the nation
Hema Malini in 'Seeta Aur Geeta'. The female version of 'Ram Aur Shyam', Hema was equally brilliant portraying diametrically opposite sisters separated at birth in this Ramesh Sippy classic
Sridevi in 'Chaalbaaz'.This was a literal retelling of 'Ram Aur Shyam' and 'Seeta Aur Geeta', with minor modifications. The good part was that Sridevi was as good as Dilip Kumar and Hema Malina as Anju and Manju, the twins separated at birth
Amitabh Bachchan in 'Satte Pe Satta'. Big B has done a few double roles over the course of his glorious career, and 'Satte Pe Satta' sits right at the top. Ravi is the eldest of orphaned, unsophisticated seven brothers while Babu is a criminal, who is a look-alike of Ravi
Paresh Rawal in 'Andaz Apna Apna'. The veteran actor was hilarious to the hilt in this ageless comedy. As Teja aka Shyam Gopal Bajaj, who is a criminal and his twin brother Ram Gopal Bajaj, who is a honest rich man, Paresh had little trouble tickling the funny bone
Kajol in 'Dushman'. The film wasn't great, but Kajol held her own as twin sisters -- Sonia and Naina with completely contrasting natures. Sonia is outgoing while Naina is an introvert, and Kajol is likeable in both roles
Govinda in 'Aankhen'. Chi Chi was at his very best in this David Dhawan venture, as Bunnu and his identical cousin Gouri Shankar. One is a spoilt brat and the other a typical village guy. The movie follows the comedy of errors trajectory with Govinda's performance being the highlight
Kader Khan in 'Hum'. The versatile character actor had brief roles in this multi-starrer. But, who else could pull off a strict Army man and a clumsy theatre actor, who has the annoying habit of scratching himself, with such eloquence?
Mehmood in 'Humjoli'. This film is best remembered for the legendary comedian spoofing three generations of Kapoors -- Prithviraj, Raj and Randhir in what can be described as a funny tribute to the first family of Bollywood. Mehmood, as usual, was top notch in all three roles
Kamal Hassan in 'Appu Raja'. The dubbed version of a superhit Tamil film, the versatile actor starred in triple roles -- as a mechanic, a circus clown, who is a dwarf, and a police officer. This isn't Hassan best work, but there are moments to enjoy nonetheless