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Popular Movies That Were Written by Famous Bollywood Actos 

Movies Written by Bollywood Actos: 

Actors are not just limited to acting. They are often seen exploring new areas of movie-making. From direction to writing, actors can do almost everything. Some of the actors have even proved themselves to be an amazing writer. You will be surprised to know that these Bollywood movies are written by famous Bollywood actors. Let’s find out which ones! 

 1. The Girl In Yellow Boots

Kalki Koechlin made her writing debut with the film The Girl in Yellow Boots. She acted in the movie as well. Although the movie did not do so well at the box office, Kalki’s word for appreciated by both critics and audiences. 

 2. A Death in The Gunj 

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A critically acclaimed movie, A Death in The Gunj, was Konakana’s first movie as a writer and a director. Vikrant Massey and Kalki Koechlin were in the leads. This movie did win quite a several awards for the performance and the story. 

 3. Satte Pe Satta

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People just know him for his amazing comic timing as an actor but you will be glad to know that he did write some of the Bollywood blockbusters in his time. He has written scripts for Aunty No 1, Diya Aur Toofan, Coolie, Muqaddar Ka Sikandar, Satte Pe Satta, Agneepath, Lawaaris, Mahaguru, and Yaarana to name a few.

4. Baaghi: A Rebel for Love, Veer

You thought that Salman Khan is just limited to Acting? Well, let us prove you wrong because the Chulbul Pandey can write so well. Baaghi was the 1990’s biggest blockbuster movie. 20 years later, Veer was released which was again written by Salman. The movie was written keeping Sanjay Dutt in mind. 

 5. Shahenshah

Not many people know that the movie that brought back the dooming career of Amitabh Bachchan was written by none other than Jaya Bachchan. However, the screenplay was later edited by Inder Raj Anand. 

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