The heartthrob of the nation and incredibly good-looking Ranbir Kapoor is one of the most versatile actors in Bollywood today. Better known as Saawariya, Rockstar or perhaps just Sid by his fans, the Kapoor scion’s popularity is indeed growing by leaps and bounds. Ranbir is known for leaving no stone unturned when it comes to perfecting his performances. And with his next venture – Sanju – he has once again proven that there is nothing difficult for him.
Here are seven films we totally loved him in:
Wake Up Sid
From playing a flirtatious boy-next-door to a rich good-for-nothing brat, Ranbir broke the stereotype with this role.
Rocket Singh – Salesman Of The Year
Good looks can sell an actor better on screen. However, Ranbir chose to explore his acting prowess instead. He took the opportunity and underwent a massive makeover for his role. The rest of course…is history!
Who could have the thought the effervescent star would transform himself into a conniving young politician! Dark, gritty and intense, Ranbir stunned the viewers with his grey side.
Another stellar performance by the star that established him as one of the most talented actors in Bollywood. With a role that demanded the actor to go to extremes, Ranbir nailed it with a brilliant performance.
To emote each dialogue through expressions is quite a tedious job. However, Bollywood’s good-looking star made it look like a child’s play.
Ae Dil Hai Mushkil
He gave us the friend zone anthem of our generation with Channa Mereya and at the same time, delivered a powerful performance as a man who fell in love with his friend and yet could do nothing about it.
Bollywood has had a dearth of musicals in recent times and this was the movie we needed. Kids loved the songs and the story was endearing, not to mention Ranbir's excellent performance. The movie was a long time in the making and it was certainly worth the wait.
Sanju is all set to release in theatres this Friday and is certainly something that will be an addition to this list. Tell us what you think in comments below and don't forget to share.
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