From Saawariya To Barfi! To The Dutt Biopic, Ranbir Kapoor Has Raised The Bar For Star-Kids

It has been 10 years since RK junior did the ‘Jab se tere naina‘ and we all melted!

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On 9th November 2007, Ranbir Kapoor entered the industry with Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s ‘Saawariya’. Although, the film didn’t fare well at the B.O; Bollywood got a star. He bagged all the awards that year and went ahead to have a decent enough career. The proud momma’s boy has been controversy’s favorite child. But what can we say, we adore him!

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The man has been pretty intelligent in his choices as an actor. He has chosen roles that we don’t see any other star kid make. With such a legendary legacy to hold and carry on his shoulders. We can safely say, he has held his own.

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It has been a decade, we’ve seen him as a one-sided lover, a manchild, a rockstar, an honest salesman and he has done justice to every skin he has worn. 

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Ranbir has experimented and had his share of failures too. He is someone with a reputation to live up to, someone who has only done what he wanted to do, someone who has risked it and still made it large!

The boy has the Kapoor blood in him, obviously, he had to act. The talent he shines with is what makes him a star and not the name. His personal life aside, the troubled relationship, the controversies he is surrounded with and whatever is written about him every day.

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The actor, Ranbir Kapoor has made a mark in Bollywood. The star, Ranbir Kapoor shines in our hearts. 

Ranbir Kapoor isn’t in the best phase of his career but he definitely knows how to win the audience. The audience sought a star and we have definitely made one out of Ranbir Kapoor.

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The characters he has portrayed in the past decade have been debatable, relatable and you can’t really question his talent. He has aced it as a Rockstar, as Ved in Tamasha, as Bunny in Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani and even as Jagga in Jagga Jasoos.

You can’t question Ranbir Kapoor, the actor.

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If nepotism gives us actors like Ranbir Kapoor, it may not be all that bad a thing (jk)!

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Shivani Ahuja

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