We have lined up 21 awesome Bollywood fan art from four artists. Why Bollywood fan art and what’s special about it?
Bollywood fans are crazy and fanatical. Their craziness for their hero or heroine is complete. There are plenty of examples of what people can do for their idols. Fans of Rajnikanth pour milk on his cutouts and posters as a form of reverence. This is such a special gesture because the practice of pouring milk is reserved only for Hindu deities!
Bollywood fans transcend boundaries. Bollywood is not confined to just India and Indians, it belongs to the world. We have fanatical fans of Bollywood fans in places such as Chile, Peru and other South American countries. We even have European fans! Of course, wherever there is large settlement of Indians (US, UK, Australia), Bollywood is not far behind. Check out this Shah Rukh Khan fan page from Peru.
As you can see there is no shortage of passion for matinee idols. One of channeling this passion is through art. We combed Behance and Tumblr to pick out four amazing illustrators and artists that have created captivating Bollywood fan art. Please check out their work and support them.
21 Bollywood fan art from Behance and Tumblr
Rahul Arora – Bollywood fan art with a twist
Rahul Arora is a freelance illustrator. He does storyboards, comics, concept art, environmental design and freelance illustration assignments. Check out his Behance profile and his blog. Here is a line-up of his work. Prepare to be amazed!
Sonakshi Sinha – The angry village belle
Shah Rukh Khan aka King Khan as the Lion King
Salman Khan as the raging bull wearing his Dabaang sunglasses
Ranveer Singh brings out his inner wild
Priyanka Chopra plays cupid
Ekta Kapoor – The queen of TV serials
Mallika Malks – The Creative Doodler
Mallika Malks is an illustrator and graphic designer. She is a doodle lover and her skill and attention to detail is reflected in her work. She is currently the creative lead at Myntra. Check out her Behance profile. You can also buy her artwork from Gabombo.
The Bollywood alphabet chart – The beginners guide to learning about who is who of Bollywood
Bollywood masala – Just in case you need to make a spicy Indian curry
Andaaz Apna Apna – Mallika’s take on this cult classic
Archana Aravind – The queen of Bollywood posters
Archana is a graphics artist. According to her facebook page, she says, “The mother nature and the people around me have always served to be the greatest inspirations for my art and design works.” Here is a collection of her stunning fan art based on movie posters.
Milkha Singh – Ready to take off
The intrepid lady detective and her many avatars
Rambo and Clint Eastwood rolled into one!
Don’t ever cross a woman – You were warned
Personal struggles in a small town India
Cristina Bombolla – Spanish illustrator who loves Bollywood
Cristina is an artist from Spain that seems to enjoy drawing iconic scenes from Bollywood. You can find her work on her blog page. Who said Bollywood is only for Indians?
Remember the Baazigar O Baazigar song?
Dance routine from Bajirao Mastani
Titli song from Chennai Express
Dance routine from Devdas
The iconic mustard fields of DDLJ 🙂
Om Shanti Om
From the much anticipated Dilwale!
In summary, the biggest lesson we have learned is that art and movies transcend languages, nations, and cultures.
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