You all must have gone through the promos of Anushka Sharma’s Philauri, where she plays a friendly ghost trying to settle an unfinished business.

Blending ghosts and humor can be very tricky, but there are some Hindi films that have successfully achieved that. Here’s a list of three of the most memorable and entertaining ghosts of Hindi cinema-
Essaying the role of Marco, Shah was absolutely spot-on in his role of the friendly ghost who teams up with Sundar (Shahrukh Khan) to avenge his murder. Sharing a hilarious and crackling chemistry with Khan, Shah stole the show and gave us one of his most endearing and entertaining characters.
Just the baritone of this legend is enough to illicit fear and intimidation. Tattered and unkempt in his demeanor, he had a few scary and spooky scenes in the film but gradually transformed into a sympathetic spirit, when he developed an affectionate relationship with Banku, the protagonist.
Sharing a warm and tender chemistry with the actor, Bachchan proved why he’s the Shehenshaah of cinema.
Every time Salman Khan dies in a film, it turns out to be a damp-squib. Sohail Khan’s Hello Brother met with the same fate. Considered loud, unfunny and bizarre at the time of its release, it has developed a cult following over the years. Regarded as people’s favorite guilty-pleasure, the film saw Khan in the role of Hero, a courier-delivery boy who’s killed by his own boss. He comes back as a spirit and teams up with a no-nonsense cop, Vishal (Arbaaz Khan), to seek vengeance. With his over-the-top mannerisms and hysterical antics, Khan was unapologetic and unabashed throughout the film. Sometimes irritating but mostly enjoyable, the actor made Hero truly an illustrious character.