Bollywood actors who proved their acting skills by playing THESE real life characters!
Apart from playing the usual Rahuls, Rajs, Poojas and Sonias of Bollywood, these superstars have also stepped out of their comfort zone to play real-life characters. Inspired by their hardships and their real life performances, these actors have left no stone unturned in portraying the same on silver screen! We at StyleCracker are rounding up a list of these talented actors!
Which one’s your favourite from the list?
We're sure none of us missed this biopic with Farhan Akhtar playing the Flying Sikh - Milkha Singh. From working on that incredible physique, putting in his best acting skills to even bagging countless awards, this was one memorable film.
He played the controversial cricket captain Mohammad Azharuddin in the highly anticipated film ‘Azhar’. The movie is a fictionalised dramatic representation of some important incidents that happened in the life of the cricketer. As per the reviews, the role of Azhar was tailor-made for Emraan Hashmi. Guess that says a lot about the movie and if you haven’t already seen it, it’s time you should!
Anything we say about her and her performances in all her films will always be an understatement. She is an actress who experiments with roles and proves herself every single time. Priyanka literally put herself in Mary Kom’s shoe and displayed the best act.
‘Chak De India’ is based on the story of Mir Ranjan Negi, a field hockey player and former goalkeeper of the India national field hockey team. The film that captures his journey full of ups and downs was one of the biggest hits of 2007 and actor in lead- Shahrukh Khan was the receiver of endless compliments and awards for the same.
Sushant Singh Rajput
The much awaited film of the year - Dhoni: The Untold Story has hit the theatres and is all set to be a massive success. From what we see in trailers and promos, Sushant Singh Rajput in the lead looks super promising and we cannot wait for him to bag all the awards this year!
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