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HBD Abhishek Bachchan: Check out the top 5 underrated films by the versatile actor!

Bollywood’s one of the finest and most talented actors Abhishek Bachchan celebrates his birthday today on 5th February. Born and Bought up as a star kid with the name of Bollywood’s legendary Amitabh Bachchan, Abhishek had a different struggle in the industry. Making his debut in 2000 with Refugee along with Kareena Kapoor, the junior AB somewhere fail to impress the audience with his performance during that time as the viewers were expecting some cliche drama similar to his parent’s talent.

Well, today on the actor’s birthday, let us talk about the films that still are underrated and live deep down in our hearts for his magnifying performance.

1 Yuva
Mani Ratnam’s directorial political thriller Yuva was released a way back in 2004. AB as Lallan Singh, a ‘Gunda’ in the film is something like a flavor to the three-course meal. Talking about the film, Yuva is a masterpiece way ahead of its time. Adding a cherry on the top, A R Rahman has done a tremendous job by giving a piece of classic music with a youthful feel to this film.

2 Guru
Abhishek Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan starring film Guru is loosely based on the life of business mogul Dhirubhai Ambani. Abhishek’s character of Guru Bhai in the film steals the whole show with his outstanding acting skills and dialogue deliveries. Talking about Aishwarya as Sujata, her character and her chemistry with the actor can make us understand how does the real couple evolve.

3 Delhi 6
To the one who says, AB doesn’t know acting should go and watch Delhi 6 at least once to understand the actor’s passion for his work. Released in 2009 under Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra’s directorial co-starring with Sonam Kapoor Delhi 6 is one of the films which covers all the emotions, culture, sensitive topics like religions and caste all in one with great efforts.

4 Raavan
Mani Ratnam’s most underrated masterpiece Raavan is one of the epic action-adventure films that keeps you hooked to the beauty of the film. Although, the film fell miserably at the box office the intensity of the story was praiseworthy.

5 Manmarziyaan
Anurag Kashyap’s 2018 released Manmarziyaan is always been praised for Taapsee Pannu and Vicky Kaushal’s magnifying characters. But the one who added color to the beautiful story was Abhishek Bachchan for his mature character. No doubt the one who has watched Manmarziyaan will somewhere wish for a life partner like Robbie Bhatia.

Cine Talkers wishes Abhishek Bachchan a very happy birthday.

CT Team


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