VOTE! Which Bollywood hero would make a sexy Thor?
Chris Hemsworth has garnered universal acclaim for his strapping charisma in and as Thor.
The Australian actor reprises his role and rivalry with his adopted brother, Loki in its sequel, Thor: The Dark World on November 8.
Lending Thor a perfect blend of arrogance, might and vulnerability, there’s no denying Hemsworth’s contribution to the part.
BUT, now here’s a wild thought, what if Thor was set in Bollywood? Which of our heroes would be top contenders to play the Norse God of Thunder?
We’ll spoil you for choice.
Click through the slide show and vote at the end.
Salman Khan may not have had much luck playing a blustering warrior in Veer but his innate cockiness and well-built physique are a seamless fit for Thor.
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Image: Salman Khan in Veer
With his Greek God looks and India’s most successful hero designation, there’s little Hrithik Roshan needs to work on.
Except, maybe, beef up a little to play a swaggering version of desi Thor.
Image: Hrithik Roshan in Krrish 3
Shah Rukh Khan
The regal superstar is known to a proud disposition at all times and a bulky bod, whenever required for a role.
He should have no trouble doing yet another Don, this time in costume.
Image: Shah Rukh Khan in Om Shanti Om
Student of the Year’s dashing Kukkad showed his mettle in face-offs rather promisingly for Karan Johar’s campus caper.
But can his chiseled body bear the weight of Thor’s hammer?
Image: Siddharth Malhotra in Student of the Year
Sushant Singh Rajput
He’s emerged as 2013’s most terrific surprise package with back-to-back impressive performances in Kai Po Che and Shuddh Desi Romance.
Can he pull off a mythical God?
Image: Sushant Singh Rajput in Kai Po Che
Ranveer Singh’s bodacious avatar in Ram Leela is making a lot of noise these days.
His boastful, pompous manners is a lot more close to what Thor, never so much for humility, is all about.
Image: Ranveer Singh in Ram Leela
There’s never been a question mark about his rippling muscles. Lately, his sensible choice in making movies is serving him well too.
Would he be convincing as a superhero commanding the forces of natures?
Image: John Abraham in Force
Speaking of pompous, Arjun Kapoor’s haughty ways in both Ishaqzaade and Aurangzeb are typically bad boy stuff.
Work on the rough edges; add some poise and polish and he could pass off as God, if only, make-believe.
Image: Arjun Kapoor on Men's Health cover
We’ve all witnessed Vidyut Jamwal’s prowess at flexing those seriously toned abs and beating the daylights out of baddies in Force and Commando.
Maybe he’s just what Loki needs to be afraid of.
Image: Vidyut Jamwal in Commando
Hemsworth put on about 20 pounds to look the part of Thor. Farhan Akhtar worked out his butt to embody athlete Milkha Singh.
Commitment is what Thor needs and the director turned actor is a master of the game.
Image: Farhan Akhtar in Bhaag Milkha Bhaag