50 Best Ajay Devgn Movies And Where To Watch Them

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Ever since he raised eyebrows performing a 180-degree leg split on two bikes in Phool Aur Kaante, Ajay Devgn made his mark in Bollywood as a bankable action star and dramatic hero. From Singham to Drishyam, if you too are a fan of Ajay Devgn’s stellar filmography, we’ve got the definitive list of his best movies and a convenient guide with every streaming platform where you can watch them.

Where to stream Ajay Devgn’s filmography?

You can watch most of Ajay Devgn’s best movies on Prime Video although Netflix has a fairly impressive collection as well. Devgn’s abundance of movies over three decades also implies that many of his classic comedies, dramas, and action flicks are available to stream on more niche OTT platforms like ZEE5, Shemaroo, Lionsgate Play, Hotstar, etc.

If you wish to know more about Ajay Devgn’s career and filmography, here’s a more comprehensive look.

From Iconic Cops to Iconic Gangsters

Some of Devgn’s most popular hits find him playing either a morally righteous lawman or an antihero on the other side of the law. For instance, Singham found him playing the titular cop while Raid featured him as an honest revenue officer who conducts income tax raids against fraudsters. Gangaajal is another great cop drama in his résumé.

As for the morally grey characters, Devgn again has a long line of iconic roles. Omkara, Vishal Bhardwaj’s suburban take on Shakespeare’s Othello, finds him playing a criminal enforced for politicians, who eventually goes down a cycle of self-destruction as he grows increasingly possessive over his love interest.

Then there’s the cult crime drama Company in which he played a fictitious version of notorious Mumbai gangster Dawood Ibrahim. A few years later, he would portray another fictional version of a mobster in Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai, sinking his teeth into Dawood Ibrahim’s mentor Haji Mastan this time.

The Common Man

Time and again, Ajay Devgn has showcased his dramatic intensity with everyday characters. These are common people from different walks of life, who end up becoming real-life heroes in the face of adversity. This holds true for the Drishyam films in which he plays a family man committed to protect his wife and children from an incriminating secret. The Legend of Bhagat Singh, a rousing biopic on the titular Indian freedom fighter, similarly recalls the revolutionary’s humble beginnings and his eventual transformation into the British colonialists’ worst nightmare.

Ajay Devgn’s Comedic Side

Despite his best efforts being mostly serious roles, Devgn also has a humorous side. This perhaps comes out best in his collaborations with Rohit Shetty who has directed him in several successful comedies like the Golmaal franchise, Bol Bacchan, Sunday and All The Best. He has also doubled his action hero persona with some slapstick comedy in Son of Sardaar and Action Jackson.

There’s definitely something funny about seeing the usually-brooding Devgn indulge in childish theatrics every once in a while. The man even ended up playing a satirical version of himself in India’s first live-action/animation hybrid film Toonpur Ka Superrhero.

Why is Drishyam Ajay Devgn’s Best Movie?

An understated performance in Rituparno Ghosh’s Raincoat and a National Award-winning turn in Mahesh Bhatts Zakhm might make for some of Ajay Devgn’s most critically acclaimed acting. But when it comes to an overall package, Drishyam still brings him out in full form. A direct remake of the Malayalam film of the same name, the mystery thriller is known for its unforgettable third act twist. Meanwhile, Devgn gives it all as a family patriarch who puts his life on the line to protect his family. His character Vijay Salgaonkar flirts with the law but is worth rooting for with Devgn’s iconic performance evoking fear, sympathy, and ultimately, awe.

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  1. Drishyam



    IMDB 8.2 (95k)


    A simple, street-smart man tries to protect his family from a cop looking for her missing son.

  2. Omkara



    IMDB 8.0 (22k)


    Half-caste bandit Omkara Shukla abducts his lady love, Dolly Mishra, from her family. Thanks to his cleverness, he gets away with the kidnapping. A conspiracy, however, forms against him when he denies his right-hand man, Langda Tyagi, a promotion. Ultimately, this plot threatens not only his relationship with Dolly, but their lives and those of their associates as well.

  3. The Legend of Bhagat Singh


    Born in British India, Bhagat Singh witnesses numerous atrocities during his childhood and grows up to become one of the most fearless freedom fighters in the country.

  4. Raincoat



    IMDB 7.7 (5k)


    Tells the story of two lovers, separated by destiny, who meet again one day. This encounter allows each to realize the truth about the lives they are living.

  5. Zakhm



    IMDB 7.9 (3k)


    Amidst religious riots, a son deals with his mother's life-threatening injuries, and her last request.

  6. Company



    IMDB 8.0 (16k)


    Mallik is a henchman of Aslam Bhai, a Mumbai underworld kingpin. He inducts local hothead Chandu into the gang, and the two of them soon form a formidable faction within the gang, eventually displacing Aslam. As the empire grows, however, the two of them start drifting apart.

  7. Raid



    IMDB 7.4 (19k)


    An incorruptible IT officer Amay Patnaik (Ajay Devgn) gets an anonymous tip about a political leader Tauji’s (Saurabh Shukla) illegal assets. Patnaik plans an elaborate Raid on Tauji’s home and businesses.

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  8. Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai


    A tale of two gangsters from the eras of past and present, whose lives enter parallel paths as they struggle to survive within Bombay's criminal underworld.

  9. Gangaajal



    IMDB 7.8 (18k)


    Posted to a small, crime-ridden town, a cop soon learns that cleaning up the system also means confronting the corruption among police and politicians.

  10. Yuva



    IMDB 7.3 (9k)


    Michael, Arjun and Lallan, three men from three different strata of society, cross paths one morning in Calcutta and change one another's lives forever.

  11. Golmaal – Fun Unlimited


    Four runaway crooks take shelter in a bungalow owned by a blind couple.

  12. Drishyam 2

    Drishyam 2


    IMDB 8.2 (45k)


    7 years after the case related to Vijay Salgaonkar and his family was closed, a series of unexpected events bring truth to light that threatens to change everything for the Salgaonkars. Can Vijay save his family this time?

  13. Aakrosh



    IMDB 7.0 (4k)


    Three friends from Delhi go missing in a small village - Jhanjhar, in Bihar. It's 2 months and there is no clue about their disappearance. The media and students movement demand action from the authorities. It's then that the government orders a Central Bureau of Investigation enquiry with officers Sidhant Chaturvedi (Akshaye Khanna) and Pratap Kumar (Ajay Devgn) to solve the case.

  14. RRR



    IMDB 7.8 (169k)


    A fictional history of two legendary revolutionaries' journey away from home before they began fighting for their country in the 1920s.

  15. Apaharan



    IMDB 7.4 (5k)


    Story of a tumultuous and complex relationship between a father (Mohan Agashe) and son (Ajay Devgan), set against the backdrop of a thriving kidnapping industry in the Hindi heartland of Bihar.

  16. Golmaal 3

    Golmaal 3


    IMDB 5.6 (9k)


    Golmaal 3 highlights the story of hatred between two bunch of siblings within a family. The family that eats together prays together, lives together, and can't stand each other.

  17. Main Aisa Hi Hoon

    Main Aisa Hi Hoon


    IMDB 4.9 (1k)


    A mentally challenged man fights his former father-in-law for custody of his daughter.

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  18. Singham



    IMDB 6.8 (19k)


    An honest, small town cop is transferred to a big city that is controlled by a crime boss that he had once humiliated.

  19. Lajja



    IMDB 6.6 (2k)


    Vaidehi (Manisha Koirala) gets married to Raghuvir (Jackie Shroff), an NRI. Suffering the agony of an unhappy marriage, she decides to run away from him when she learns that she is pregnant and he wants to take the child away from her. In her pursuit for freedom, she meets Mythili (Mahima Chaudhury) a bride-to-be, Janaki (Madhuri Dixit) a theatre artist and Ramdulari (Rekha) a village midwife - all of whom are victims of male chauvinism. They however refuse to be put down and fight for their rights.

  20. Atithi Tum Kab Jaoge?


    The story of a happily married couple living in Mumbai whose lives take an interesting turn when a distant relative turns up unannounced at their doorstep from a far off village.

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