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Anjali Sinha

MAY 11, 2022

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Ranveer Singh's evolution in movies

Boy-next-door

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He debuted with the 2010 movie Band Baaja Baaraat and essayed the role of Bittoo Sharma. His Delhi accent and look won hearts

A Conman

Next, he played a conman in Ladies vs Ricky Bahl. In the movie, he changed his style several times and nailed all of them

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He collaborated for the first time in 2013 with Deepika Padukone and Sanjay Leela Bhansali for the movie Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela. His Gujarati style was loved by many

Gujarati man

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In 2014, he played a coal mafia in the movie Gunday. He had a moustache and 70s hairstyle for the look

70s Gunda

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Heroic Maratha

In 2015, he surprised everyone with his portrayal of Peshwa Bajirao in the movie Bajirao Mastani. He went bald and had a moustache for the role of Maratha

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Ranveer played Alauddin Khilji in Padmaavat which was released in 2018. His accent, style, and body language - everything was on point

Maniac Gangster

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He became part of Rohit Shetty’s cop universe with the 2018 film Simmba. With ‘vardi’, moustache and sleek hairstyle, he looked perfect as a policeman

Daring Cop

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His portrayal of street rapper Murad in the 2019 film Gully Boy is unforgettable. His well-studied look and accent made his character believable

‘Gully’ Rapper

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He transformed himself into former cricket captain Kapil Dev for 83. His resemblance with Dev is uncanny

Aye Aye Captain

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Ranveer plays a Gujarati feminist man in Jayeshbhai Jordaar. His Gujarati accent and attire are similar to that of the natives

A Feminist

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