Thor Ragnarok


Thor: Ragnarok: Before Hela, these women gave us spooks as villians!

From Cate Blanchett to Priyanka Chopra, who was your favorite female baddie? Ours is #8!

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Fans across the globe, including India, are gearing up in excitement to see Marvel’s First Female Villain Hela in Thor: Ragnarok, which will release on the 3rd November 2017, which will be played by none other than the Oscar winner Cate Blanchett!

Speaking of Marvel’s first female villain Hela, played by Cate Blanchett, Chris Hemsworth has publicly said, “Cate Blanchett is just brilliant as Hela. She is one of the greatest actors that has ever been. I had ideas of what she might do but I was completely blindsided by the outcome. She just has this insane off-kilter attitude or look or kind of movement to her character.”

Releasing on 3rd November, “Thor: Ragnarok” is directed by Taika Waititi and Chris Hemsworth will once again be seen as the god of lightning, Thor and Tom Hiddleston reprising his role as Loki. They will be joined by Cate Blanchett, Idris Elba, Jeff Goldblum, Tessa Thompson, Karl Urban, Mark Ruffalo and Anthony Hopkins.

While we wait with bated breath for Hela to unleash her villainy on Thor, Loki and The Hulk here’s recapturing some of the best female villains in the cinema of all time in Hollywood and Bollywood!

Cate Blanchett – Thor: Ragnarok

Blanchett took on the role of the fearsome Hela in which she becomes Marvel’s first on-screen female villain, and will also see her destroying Thor’s famous hammer, Mjölnir. Co-star Mark Ruffalo, who plays the Hulk, has said that Blanchett “plays the worst of the worst. [Hela is] so evil.” Looks like its chills on 3rd November!

Thor Ragnarok

Rosamund Pike – Gone Girl

Pike was an icy-cool Amy Dunne in David Fincher’s 2014 adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s best-selling thriller. We still can’t get rid of her impression of Amy Dunne from our heads!

Rosamund Pike

Tilda Swinton – The Chronicles of Narnia

Swinton has played the cold-hearted White Witch in a trilogy of Narnia films – and terrified generations of children in the process as the icy villainess.

Tilda Swinton

Cruella De Vil- 101 Dalmations

101 Dalmatians was based on a novel by the British writer Dodie Smith in which villainous Cruella de Vil (voiced in the film by Betty Lou Gerson) plans to skin puppies for a new fur coat. Cruella De Vil, played by Glenn Close was portrayed to be a proper monster with an unhealthy pallor, emaciated body draped in an oversized fur coat and a thin face.

Cruella De Vil

Basic Instinct

After appearing in a lot of unsuccessful movies, Sharon Stone got her big break by uncrossing her legs during the scene of a police investigation. Thanks to her evil performance in this sex thriller, Basic Instinct, the film made millions at the box office.

Sharon Stone

Bellatrix Umbridge and Dolores Umbridge- The Harry Potter Franchise

Along with the scary Voldemort, it’s the evil female witches of the Harry Potter franchise such as Bellatrix Lestrange (Helena Bonham Carter) and Dolores Umbridge (Imelda Staunton), who gave the students and the audience their fair share of spook in the absence of you-know-who!

Bellatrix Umbridge and Dolores Umbridge

Konkona Sen Sharma

The actual ‘Daayan’ of the movie was indeed Konkona Sen Sharma – who sent tremors up the audience’s spine as a witch disguised in a khadi sari-clad mysterious woman with kohl-lined eyes.

konkona sen sharma

Priyanka Chopra

Priyanka Chopra plays a powerful, successful boss-lady who seduces her office junior with whom she has a history – and tries all sorts of tricks to get him back, in ‘Aitraaz’. And she fits the bill perfectly as the sultry seductress that she played in Saat Khoon Maaf. Her villainous performance had won her a number of awards and much praise from critics as well as the audiences.

Priyanka Chopra

Bipasha Basu

The sizzling Bipasha Basu got her first nomination for a negative role in the cult hit 2003 movie ‘Jism’ and established Bipasha even more firmly in her Bollywood career.

Bipasha Basu


The very first woman to make the Filmfare list of actors commended for their negative role was Kajol for her role as a psychopathic killer in ‘Gupt’ – which was easily one of the best films of 1997.


Urmila Matondkar

Her acting in ‘Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya’ was nothing short of brilliant – an obsessed, jealous mistress who turns a stalker, with the tables turned on a man this time was a refreshing and most welcome thing to see!

Urmila Matondkar

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