Happy Birthday Shahid Kapoor: His 5 career -defining films

Happy Birthday Shahid Kapoor: His 5 career -defining films news
Pooja Sharma By Pooja Sharma | 25 Feb 2017 14:56:52.9000000 IST

Pankaj Kapur and Neelima Azeem’s son Shahid Kapoor has come a long way since his background dancer days. The chocolate boy looks star established himself as an actor on his own merits and has given some really noteworthy performance in his 14 year long career so far.

The 36-year-old actor married Mira Rajput two years back and the lovely couple now has an adorable baby Misha. Shahid’s baby wife Misha threw an advance birthday bash for him, as the actor would be out of town because of his professional commitments.

On the occasion of Shahid’s 36th birthday today we bring you this handsome and terrific actor’s 5 career-defining performances that made him a bankable and commendable star.


ISHQ VISHK (2003)

Shahid made his acting debut with this coming-of-the-age romantic film. His cute looks earned him the chocolate boy tag. People fell in love with Shahid’s dancing skills as well after watching this flick.

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KAMINEY (2009)

Powerhouse director Vishal Bhardwaj gave Shahid Kapoor one of the best films of his career with KAMINEY. Shahid played double role of twins in this film and his portrayal of both these characters was praiseworthy.

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R…RAJKUMAR (2013)

This film earned Shahid an action hero tag. This was also the first time that Shahid did an out an out action masala film.

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HAIDER (2014)

Yet another Vishal Bhardwaj film made Shahid shine out as a performer in this desi adaptation of Shakespeare’s Hamlet. Vishal Bhardwaj’s film has always done wonders for Shahid’s career.

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UDTA PUNJAB (2016)

Shahid’s portrayal of Tommy Singh in this Abhishek Chaubey film was brilliant. Shahid has certainly learned the art of getting into the skin of the characters that he plays on screen. He bagged the ‘Critics Award for Best Actor’ for this film at Filmfare.

We wish him a blissful and a wonderful year ahead.

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