8 Best Roles of Abhishek Bachchan Where His Performance Stole The Show

8 Best Roles of Abhishek Bachchan Where His Performance Stole The Show

7 Apr 18 @ 11:23 AM | By Ravi

Abhishek Bachchan, who was born on 5th February has a lineage which any one would be proud of. Known as the son of Amitabh Bachchan, who is one of the most educated actors in Bollywood, and husband of Aishwarya Rai wouldn’t have been easy. The actor who debuted in J.P. Dutta’s Refugee in 2000 has improved as an actor in leaps and bounds and made a place for himself in Bollywood and even then, he rejected certain endorsement deals that went against his morals. With over sixty films to boot he has not only done some exceptional work but also has bagged the Filmfare ‘Best Supporting Actor’ award three times for his performances in Yuva, Sarkar and Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna. As a tribute to the actor on his birthday we have compiled a list of his eight best performances to date.

  1. Abhishek Bachchan as Lallan Singh in Yuva (2004)

    Director Maniratnam’s take on today’s youth had Abhishek playing the character of a local goon with negative shades who joins politics to make it big. He was aptly supported by Ajay Devgn and Vivek Oberoi. His performance as Lallan got him his first Filmfare award.

    Yuva
    Yuva
  2. Abhishek Bachchan as ACP Jai Dixit in Dhoom (2004)

    The first of the Dhoom series where he played a cop who is out to catch the thief. Though the character of Jai Dixit is a no nonsense cop, he added a new dimension to it.

    Dhoom
    Dhoom
  3. Abhishek Bachchan as Shankar Nagre in Sarkar (2005)

    Playing the good son of Subhash Nagre in Ram Gopal Varma’s Sarkar wouldn’t have been easy but Abhishek gave it everything he had with hardly any dialogues and carried it off coolly on screen. He received his second Filmfare ‘Best Supporting Actor’ award.

    Sarkar
    Sarkar
  4. Abhishek Bachchan as Rishi Talwar Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna (2004)

    He played the good husband to Rani Mukerji who gets dumped. He portrayed the character of Rishi who undergoes a lot of frustration and humiliation before he relieves himself of the relationship. This act fetched him his third Filmfare award.

    Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna
    Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna
  5. Gurukant Desai in Guru (2007)

    Regarded as one of his best performances, Guru was loosely based on the life of Industrialist Dhirubhai Ambani where Abhishek played the complex character of Guru with much aplomb which involved a transformation of his character from a young to an old Guru on screen.

    Guru
    Guru
  6. Abhishek Bachchan as Sameer in Dostana (2008)

    Abhishek and John Abraham play gays to get into a rented apartment who fall in love with Priyanka Chopra. Abhishek as a nurse was fun and walked away with all the accolades in the film.

    Dostana
    Dostana
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  8. Abhishek Bachchan as Abbas Ali/ Abhishek Bachchan in Bol Bachchan (2012)

    A remake of Hrishikesh Mukherjee’s all-time classic comedy Golmaal, Abhishek makes his boss Ajay Devgn to believe that he has a twin brother. His act as Abbas Ali was nothing short of brilliance.

    Bol Bachchan
    Bol Bachchan
  9. Abhishek Bachchan as Nandu Bhide/ Vicki Grover in Happy New Year (2014)

    He played a double role in this Farah Khan directorial. Nandu Bhide and his ‘nagin dance’ style had all in splits. His performance stole the show from the remaining cast.

    Happy New Year
    Happy New Year
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