5 Must Watch Films Of Rajkummar Rao

Rajkumar Rao has made a remarkable place in the Bollywod industry without any godfathers. Check out the list of his 5 best films.

Rajkummar Rao is one of the finest actors from the younger generation of Bollywood actors today. He started his career without any godfathers and in 10 years, he has made a remarkable place for himself in the industry. He has worked in a variety of films and has won our hearts in each one of them. So, today we are listing down some of the best films of Rajkummar Rao that one needs to watch.

5 Best Films of Rajkummar Rao:

1-  Omerta

Omerta is a crime drama film and Rao plays the role of a British terrorist of Pakistan origin. Rao not only played a negative character but also immersed himself in it that it looked too convincing.

2- Newton

Newton is a black comedy and Rajkummar plays an honest government clerk who is sent on election duty in a Naxal control area. The film received universal critical acclaim and was a super hit at the box office. It also received a warm welcome at film festivals and was India’s official entry for the 90th Academy awards.

3- Stree

Stree is a horror-comedy film released in 2018. Be it the storyline, screenplay, dialogues or the performances, this film came out as a winner and should be on everyone’s watch list. The actor proved that he can pull off a comic role with much ease.

4- Shahid

Shahid is a biographical drama released in 2013. Rajkummar proved himself as an actor with such a phenomenal film in an early stage of his career. His performance fetched him National film award for the Best Actor.  

5- Bareilly Ki Barfi

Bareilly Ki Barfi is a light-hearted film starring Rajkummar Rao, Kriti Sanon and Ayushmann Khurrana in lead roles. In the film, he showed two sides of his character- one as a simple salesman and one as a total rowdy. The way he switched between both sides is commendable.

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