Top Films of Abhishek Bachchan that Explains the Actor He is today!

Top Films of Abhishek Bachchan that Explains the Actor He is today!

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Feb 6, 2018  Updated On : May 30, 2018

Abhishek Bachchan’s career has been a complete roller coaster ride since he debuted in the war film ‘Refugee’ in the year 2000. Bachchan Jr. has done numerous movies in every possible genre one can think of. He has given various hits in his 17 year long career.

The 41-year-old actor has come far beyond his father, Amitabh Bachchan’s shadow and made a name for him in the industry. He faced a brief setback in the period 2010-12, but bounced back with the blockbuster ‘Bol Bachchan’.

Here’s a list of movies that truly defines the man he is today:

Refugee (2000)

Abhishek plays an intense role of a refugee opposite Kareena Kapoor in their debut film. The film was critically acclaimed and received much love from the audience.

Bluffmaster! (2005)

In this superhit, Mr. Bachchan plays a con man along with Riteish Deshmukh and Priyanka Chopra. His acting chops were well appreciated by the critics and viewers. The audience widely accepted the new-found cool status of Abhishek.

Guru (2007)

The film came as the turning point in Abhishek’s career. This was an off-beat character that he doesn’t play in his movies. Yet he has done full justice to the character of Gurukant Desai. He was paired with Aishwarya Rai Bachchan in this film. He effortlessly portrays the rags-to-riches character with his distinctive attitude and aura. The film received huge acclaim.

Sarkar Raj (2008)

One of the finest roles played by Bachchan, which even shadowed the character portrayed by his father Amitabh Bachchan. The flick garnered a very positive critical reception. The superb performance of Abhishek cemented his career in B-town for a long period of time. The movie is exciting to watch even to this day.

Dhoom Series

The Dhoom series is, in fact, the only series that has all its movies termed as blockbusters. Abhishek Bachchan plays the role of a loyal and brave police officer who leaves no stone unturned to nab the culprit. Abhishek’s brilliant performance leaves the audience glued to their seats. The intensity and prowess of all the three films are fun to watch.

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