Aladdin The Return of Jafar Aladdin and the King of Thieves
Ruben A. Aquino
Originally: Gruff, tough, rude, selfish, greedy, cruel, vengeful, cunning, aggressive, brutal, violent, ruthless, harsh, sinister, menacing, manipulative, sadistic, mean, intimidating, evil, villainous Later: Good-hearted, friendly, kind, helpful, polite, respectful, protective, understanding
Very muscular man with turban
Captain of the Guard
Bad/Neutral, later Good
To imprison Aladdin (originally) To keep Agrabah safe
The Sultan, Princess Jasmine, Rajah, the royal guards, Aladdin, Abu, Genie, Iago
Aladdin, Abu, Princess Jasmine, Magic Carpet, Genie, Iago (all formerly), Jafar, Abis Mal, the forty thieves, Sa'Luk
The Royal Guards
Praise, the law, serving the Sultan
Street rats, thieves, law breakers, treason, theft, Aladdin (formerly)
Powers and abilities
Learns to accept Aladdin and catches bouquets at the Aladdin and Jasmine's wedding
"Stop thief! I'll have your hands for a trophy, street rat"
Razoul (Arabic: رازول) is a major antagonist turned anti-hero in Disney's Aladdin and it's two sequels and it's TV series. He is the captain of the guards working for the Sultan. Razoul is one of Aladdin's arch-enemies and becomes obsessed with arresting him for his crimes.
Although Razoul is unnamed in the first film, but his name is revealed in the sequel.