Shahid Kapoor filmography

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Shahid Kapoor is smiling at the camera.
Kapoor at a promotional event for Teri Meri Kahaani in 2012

Shahid Kapoor is an Indian actor who appears in Bollywood films. As a dancer in Shiamak Davar's institute, Kapoor made uncredited appearances as a background dancer in the films Dil To Pagal Hai (1997) and Taal (1999).[1] He also appeared in several music videos, including one for the singer Kumar Sanu, before making his acting debut with a lead role in Ken Ghosh's romantic comedy Ishq Vishk (2003).[2][3] The film was a sleeper hit, and Kapoor's portrayal of a teenage student earned him the Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut.[4][5]

Kapoor found little success in the next two years; all five of his releases, including the thriller Fida (2004) and the drama Shikhar (2005), were commercial failures.[6] He had three film releases in 2006. He starred opposite Kareena Kapoor in 36 China Town and Chup Chup Ke, and played a prospective groom opposite Amrita Rao in Vivah, a commercially successful family drama from director Sooraj Barjatya.[7][8] In the following year, he reunited with Kareena Kapoor in the romantic comedy Jab We Met, for which he received his first Best Actor nomination at Filmfare.[5] Kapoor's sole film release in 2008 was opposite Vidya Balan in the romantic comedy Kismat Konnection.[9] In 2009, Kapoor portrayed twin brothers, one with a lisp and the other with a stutter, in Vishal Bhardwaj's critically acclaimed caper thriller Kaminey.[10][11]

Following the success of Kaminey, Kapoor appeared in a series of films which performed poorly at the box-office, including the drama Mausam (2011) and the romance Teri Meri Kahaani (2012).[12][13] The 2013 action-drama R... Rajkumar proved to be his first commercial success in four years.[14] He followed it by playing the title character in Bhardwaj's Haider (2014), an adaptation of William Shakespeare's tragedy Hamlet. For his performance in the film, Kapoor won the Filmfare Award for Best Actor.[14][15][16] In 2016, he played a rock star addicted to drugs in Udta Punjab, a crime drama about substance abuse in the Indian state of Punjab, for which he won the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor.[17][18] In addition to acting in films, Kapoor has hosted eight award ceremonies, and in 2015 he featured as a talent judge on the dance reality show Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa Reloaded.

Films

Shahid Kapoor looks directly at the camera.
Kapoor promoting Dil Bole Hadippa! in 2009
Shahid Kapoor looks away from the camera.
Kapoor at the 2014 BIG Star Entertainment Awards
Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
Title Year Role Director(s) Notes Ref(s)
Dil To Pagal Hai 1997 Dancer Chopra, YashYash Chopra Uncredited [1]
Taal 1999 Dancer Ghai, SubhashSubhash Ghai Uncredited [1]
Ishq Vishk 2003 Rajiv Mathur Ghosh, KenKen Ghosh Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut [19]
Fida 2004 Jai Malhotra Ghosh, KenKen Ghosh [20]
Dil Maange More 2004 Nikhil Mathur Mahadevan, AnantAnant Mahadevan [21]
Deewane Huye Paagal 2005 Karan Bhatt, VikramVikram Bhatt [22]
Vaah! Life Ho Toh Aisi! 2005 Aditya Manjrekar, MaheshMahesh Manjrekar [23]
Shikhar 2005 Jaidev "Jai" Vardhan Matthew Matthan, JohnJohn Matthew Matthan [24]
36 China Town 2006 Raj Malhotra Abbas–Mustan [25]
Chup Chup Ke 2006 Jeetu Prasad Sharma Priyadarshan [26]
Vivah 2006 Prem Barjatya, SoorajSooraj Barjatya [8]
Fool & Final 2007 Raja Khan, AhmedAhmed Khan [27]
Kya Love Story Hai 2007 Himself Lovely Singh Special appearance [7]
Jab We Met 2007 Aditya Kashyap Ali, ImtiazImtiaz Ali Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [19]
[28]
Kismat Konnection 2008 Raj Malhotra Mirza, AzizAziz Mirza [9]
Kaminey 2009 Charlie / Guddu[a] Bhardwaj, VishalVishal Bhardwaj Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [19]
[29]
Dil Bole Hadippa! 2009 Rohan Singh Singh, AnuragAnurag Singh [30]
Chance Pe Dance 2010 Sameer Behl Ghosh, KenKen Ghosh [31]
Paathshaala 2010 Rahul Prakash Udyavar Ukey, MilindMilind Ukey [32]
Badmaash Company 2010 Karan Sethi, ParmeetParmeet Sethi [33]
Milenge Milenge 2010 Amit (Immy) Kaushik, SatishSatish Kaushik [34]
Mausam 2011 Harinder Singh (Harry) Kapur, PankajPankaj Kapur [35]
Teri Meri Kahaani 2012 Jawed / Govind /
Krish [b]
Kohli, KunalKunal Kohli [36]
Bombay Talkies 2013 Himself Multiple[c] Cameo appearance in song "Apna Bombay Talkies" [38]
Phata Poster Nikhla Hero 2013 Vishwas Rao Santoshi, RajkumarRajkumar Santoshi [39]
R... Rajkumar 2013 Romeo Rajkumar Prabhu Deva [40]
Haider 2014 Haider Meer Bhardwaj, VishalVishal Bhardwaj Filmfare Award for Best Actor [16]
[41]
Action Jackson 2014 Himself Prabhu Deva Special appearance in song "Punjabi Mast" [42]
Shaandaar 2015 Jagjinder Joginder Bahl, VikasVikas Bahl [43]
Udta Punjab 2016 Tommy Singh Chaubey, AbhishekAbhishek Chaubey Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor[d]
Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor
[18]
[17]
[44]
Rangoon 2017 Nawab Malik Bhardwaj, VishalVishal Bhardwaj [45]
PadmavatiFilms that have not yet been released 2017 Rawal Ratan Singh Bhansali, Sanjay LeelaSanjay Leela Bhansali Filming [46]

Television

Shahid Kapoor and Farhan Akhtar stand on the stage
Kapoor (left) co-hosting the 13th IIFA Awards with Farhan Akhtar in 2012
Title Year Role Notes Ref.
Mohandas B.A.L.L.B 1998 Assistant director Television series [2]
[47]
16th Star Screen Awards 2010 Host Television special [48]
17th Star Screen Awards 2011 Host Television special [49]
18th Colors Screen Awards 2012 Host Television special [50]
13th International Indian Film Academy Awards 2012 Host Television special [51]
14th International Indian Film Academy Awards 2013 Host Television special [52]
15th International Indian Film Academy Awards 2014 Host Television special [53]
Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa Reloaded 2015 Judge Reality show [54]
Zee Cine Awards 2016 Host Television special [55]
17th International Indian Film Academy Awards 2016 Host Television special [56]

Music video appearances

Title Year Performer(s) Ref(s)
"Aankhon Mein" 1999 Aryans [2]
[57]
"Mera Dil Bole Piya Piya" 1999 Poornima [58]
[59]
"Doli Doli" Unknown Falguni Pathak [58]
"Kehna To Hai" Unknown Kumar Sanu [2]
"Jaan Likhu Janam Likhu" Unknown Riddhi [58]
"Phir Mile Sur Mera Tumhara" 2010 Various [60]

See also

Footnotes

  1. ^ Kapoor played dual roles in the film.[29]
  2. ^ Kapoor played triple roles in the film.[36]
  3. ^ Bombay Talkies consisted of four short films, directed by Anurag Kashyap, Dibakar Banerjee, Zoya Akhtar and Karan Johar.[37]
  4. ^ Kapoor shared the award with Manoj Bajpayee for Aligarh.[18]

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