Ranbir Kapoor filmography

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Kapoor at an event for Barfi! in 2012. His performance in the film earned him his second consecutive Filmfare Award for Best Actor.

Ranbir Kapoor is an Indian actor and film producer who appears in Hindi films. He began his career as an assistant director on the films Aa Ab Laut Chalen (1999) and Black (2005), before making his acting debut opposite Sonam Kapoor in Sanjay Leela Bhansali's romantic drama Saawariya (2007).[1] It was a commercial failure but earned Kapoor a Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut.[2][3] He established himself in 2009 with leading roles in three films—the coming-of-age drama Wake Up Sid, the comedy Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani and the drama Rocket Singh: Salesman of the Year. His performance in all three won him the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor.[3] In 2010 Kapoor played a character based on Arjuna and Michael Corleone in the commercially successful political thriller Raajneeti.[4][5][6]

The years 2011 to 2013 proved to be highly successful for Kapoor as he starred in top-grossing films of each individual year.[7][8] In Imtiaz Ali's musical Rockstar (2011) he played an aspiring singer, and in Anurag Basu's comedy-drama Barfi! (2012) he starred as a joyful deaf and mute man.[9] His performance in both films earned him two consecutive Best Actor awards at Filmfare and the former also earned him a Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor.[10][11] The romantic comedy Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani (2013) earned over 2.95 billion (US$44 million) to emerge as Kapoor's highest-grossing release and one of Indian cinema's biggest earners.[7][12]

This success was followed by a period of decline in which Kapoor starred in several commercial failures, including the period crime drama Bombay Velvet (2015), the romance Tamasha (2015), and the comic mystery Jagga Jasoos (2017); the latter also marked his production debut under Picture Shuru Productions, which he formed with Anurag Basu.[4][13] His sole commercial success in this period came with Karan Johar's romance Ae Dil Hai Mushkil (2016), in which he starred opposite Anushka Sharma as a musician involved in a one-sided love affair.[7][14] In addition to acting in films, Kapoor has co-hosted four Filmfare Award ceremonies.

Film

Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
Film Year Role Director(s) Notes Ref.
Aa Ab Laut Chalen 1999 Rishi Kapoor Assistant director [15]
Black 2005 Sanjay Leela Bhansali Assistant director [15]
Saawariya 2007 Ranbir Raj Sanjay Leela Bhansali Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut [3]
[16]
Bachna Ae Haseeno 2008 Raj Sharma Siddharth Anand [17]
Luck by Chance 2009 Himself Zoya Akhtar Cameo appearance [18]
Wake Up Sid 2009 Siddharth "Sid" Mehra Ayan Mukerji Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [19]
[20]
Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani 2009 Prem Rajkumar Santoshi Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [19]
[21]
Rocket Singh: Salesman of the Year 2009 Harpreet Singh Bedi Shimit Amin Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor
(also for Wake Up Sid & Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani)
[3]
[22]
Raajneeti 2010 Samar Pratap Prakash Jha Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [23]
[24]
Anjaana Anjaani 2010 Akash Siddharth Anand [25]
Chillar Party 2011 Himself Vikas Bahl
Nitesh Tiwari
Special appearance in song "Tai Tai Phish" [26]
Rockstar 2011 Janardhan "Jordan" Jakkad Imtiaz Ali Filmfare Award for Best Actor
Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor
[10]
[27]
Barfi! 2012 Murphy "Barfi" Johnson Anurag Basu Filmfare Award for Best Actor [11]
[28]
Bombay Talkies 2013 Himself Multiple Special appearance in song "Apna Bombay Talkies" [29]
Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani 2013 Kabir "Bunny" Thapar Ayan Mukerji Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [30]
[31]
Besharam 2013 Babli Abhinav Kashyap Also playback singer for song "Love Ki Ghanti" [32]
[33]
Bhoothnath Returns 2014 Himself Nitesh Tiwari Cameo appearance [34]
PK 2014 Alien Rajkumar Hirani Cameo appearance [35]
Roy 2015 Roy Vikramjit Singh [36]
Bombay Velvet 2015 Johnny Balraj Anurag Kashyap [37]
Tamasha 2015 Ved Vardhan Sahni Imtiaz Ali Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [38]
[39]
Girls With Goals 2016 Himself Unknown Documentary series [40]
Ae Dil Hai Mushkil 2016 Ayan Sanger Karan Johar Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [41]
[42]
Jagga Jasoos 2017 Jagga Anurag Basu Also producer;
Nominated—Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor
[43]
[44]
Love Per Square Foot 2018 Gattu Anand Tiwari Cameo appearance [45]
Bucket List 2018 Himself Tejas Deoskar Marathi film; cameo appearance [46]
Sanju Film has yet to be released 2018 Sanjay Dutt Rajkumar Hirani Post-production [47]
Brahmastra Film has yet to be released 2019 TBA Ayan Mukerji Filming [48]

Television

Title Year Role Notes Ref.
54th Filmfare Awards 2009 Host Television special [49]
56th Filmfare Awards 2011 Host Television special [50]
57th Filmfare Awards 2012 Host Television special [51]
59th Filmfare Awards 2014 Host Television special [52]

Music video

Title Year Role Performer(s) Album Ref(s)
"Phir Mile Sur Mera Tumhara" 2010 Himself Various [53]

See also

References

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