When we talk about Randeep Hooda, only one thing come to our mind – WOW. Yes, the actor who has struggled for so many years and rejected so many times, Randeep Hooda did not lose hope and went on to do small roles with big stars ( debuted with Mira Nair’s acclaimed wedding drama ). It was the year 2005 which changed the life of Randeep Hooda with enduring performances in D as Deshu and subsequently ACP Agnel Wilson in Once Upon A Time In Mumbai in 2010 which got him recognized.
1. D (2005)
Produced by Ram Gopal Varma and directed by Vishram Sawant, D was another hard hitting tale of Dawood Ibrahim after Company. Randeep Hooda was formally introduced to Bollywood after his immensely popular Hinglish film, Monsoon Wedding. Randeep Hooda was just brilliant playing the role with utmost conviction. Unfortunately, the movie did not do well at the box office.
2. Highway (2014)
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Imtiaz Ali, who gave us beautiful movies like Jab We Met, Love Aaj Kal (2009), Rockstar, Tamasha, comes out with yet another romantic-filled in the journey of love and self-realization in Highway. Randeep Hooda is one of most under-rated actors in Bollywood. He fits the character of Mahabir who has heart of gold. as if it was tailor made for him.
3. Sarbjit (2016)
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Randeep Hooda completely transforms himself from a wrestler into a skeleton-prison look alike and gives the best performance of his life in Omung Kumar’s Sarbjit. Watch for him when he reunites with his family at the prison.
4. Sultan (2015)
Even Sultan had Salman Khan playing the title role, Randeep Hooda stood his ground as he appears in the second half of the film with his brilliant portrayal of Fateh Singh.
5. Extraction (2020)
Randeep Hooda proved that there is no boundary when it comes to acting as he pulled up his sock and foray into the Hollywood region with Netflix action flick, Extraction, which was released this year. I loved Randeep Hooda as he brings in the spark once he enters the scenes.