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Posted On Date: 31/08/2019 01:55 PM.

Birthday Special: 4 times Rajkummar Rao proved that he is a versatile actor!

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Without a shadow of a doubt, Rajkummar Rao is one of the most versatile actors in the industry and we couldn’t agree more to it. The actor has every time come up with something different and he has always been a part of great scripts.

The birthday boy has always proved that he is also versatile and has a lot of maturity in him as an actor. So, on his birthday e would like to run down some of his best movies today.


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The magnum opus was helmed by Amar Kaushik, Rajkummar Rao, Shraddha Kapoor, Pankaj Tripathi, and Aparshakti Khurrana in pivotal roles in the film.

Rajkummar portrayed the role of a ladies tailor Vicky in the film and he had a comic role. The film not only kept us hooked but also gave us goosebumps at times during some scenes.


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Kai Po Che

The film was directed by Abhishek Kapoor and Kai Po Che garnered a lot of positive reviews after its release. The film is based on Chetan Bhagat’s novel three mistakes of my life.

Rajkummar Rao essayed the man who wanted to take his sports business to the next level and gave a top-notch performance as Govind Patel. The movie also featured Sushant Singh Rajput

City lights

City Lights has been directed by Hansal Mehta. Rajkummar Rao played the role of a common man Deepak who is in debt of loan that he is unable to pay now because o9f his financial circumstances.

At the time of screening of the film, King Khan also praised Rajkummar Rao for his epic performance.


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Bareilly Ki Barfi

Rajkummar played the second lead of the film and there are very fewer chances for the second lead to flourishing on the silver screen apart from the first main character.

But in Bareilly Ki Barfi  Rajkummar performed a good act.


Posted On Date: 31/08/2019 01:55 PM.

Source: Devotee Bollywood Bang-Bang