Rajkummar Rao has established a name for himself in the last ten years solely based on his hard work. He’s always taking chances and ensuring that each release offers something unique to the public. Slowly but slowly, he has established himself as a bankable celebrity with a growing fan base. From 2010 to the present, we’ve compiled a list of his best films. We’re confident that seeing them would assist to relieve the boredom brought on by the confinement.
1. Love Sex Aur Dhokha (2010): It’s an anthology film with stories about love, sex, and treachery. Honor killings, the MMS scandal, and sting operations are all independent but interconnected storylines. A handicap, an amateur film camera, a security camera, an underwater camera, and spy cameras were used in the making of the film.
2. Ragini MMS (2011): It’s a found-footage horror film that combines elements from Stephen King’s novel Gerald’s Game with the story of a true scandal. Without Kainaz Motivala’s knowledge, Uday (Rajkummar Rao) intends to shoot a sex tape with her.
3. Koi Po Che (2013): Ishaan (Sushant Singh Rajput), Govind (Rajkummar Rao), and Omi (Amit Sadh) are three pals who, like any other regular teenagers, want to try something new. Because Ishaan is a gifted player, the trio decides to create a cricket coaching academy as well as a sports store.
4. Shahid (2013): Shahid is based on the assassination of lawyer and human rights campaigner Shahid Azmi in 2010. He nearly exclusively defended persons accused of terrorism in the instances he handled. The 1992 Mumbai riots cause Shahid (Rajkummar Rao) to flee to Kashmir and become a terrorist.
5. Aligarh (2015): In India, homosexuality is still a taboo subject. Aligarh is based on the true incident of Ramchandra Siras, a Marathi professor and the head of Aligarh Muslim University’s Classical-Modern Indian Languages Faculty, who was fired for supposedly having homosexual tendencies.
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