What pops up in your mind when you hear the word “Bollywood”? Your mind may start thinking about some beautiful sets, ladies, six pack abs handsome honchos and the limelight about which every single person is much crazy.
Most people believes that the aforementioned things are the only key that can lead one to the top of the world named Bollywood. But it is not true always. A commoner, Rajkumar Rao, has proved it with just his talent and acting skills. A very simple and shy lad from Gurgaon with no connections with Mumbai Film Industry has proven his potential in every kind of roles he offered. After completing graduating from FTII Pune, he started his acting career.
It was never been easy for a guy to get challenging roles for a guy who doesn’t have any roots in Bollywood nor have six pack abs. Still he make his vibrant presence in tinsel town on the basis of his own talent and skill. From the very beginning, he left a bright mark in his area when he acted as Adarsh in his debut film “Love, Sex aur Dhokha”.
He left the audience surprised and hooked on his acting not for single time, he did justice with his roles every time. Whether it is as a legendary character like Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose in Bose: Dead/Alive, or as a simple lad Govind Patel in Kai Po Che, a tyrannical boyfriend like Vijay in Queen, audience never get bored with Rao’s performance.
He transformed himself many times to do justice with his roles. The latest masterpiece from his acting cascade is his role as a honest and dutiful government employee Newton Kumar in the film Newton.
Not only the praise and accomplishment from the audience the actor has also added many winning feathers in his cap like National Film Award in Best Actor category. Three Filmfare Awards for three different roles in three different films namely Shahid (2013), Trapped (2017) and Best Supporting Actor for his role as Pritam Vidrohi in Bareilly Ki Barfi (2017).
Rajkumar’s Story motivates us to remain focused on our goal without paying any slightest attention on what other people say and what the society set parameter to be successful in our dream career.