Top 10 Best Movies of Sushant Singh Rajput

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Sushant Singh Rajput was a gleaming and talented Indian actor, best famous for his TV and Hindi Cinema work. He was rightly stepping on the journey of success and could be seen among the upcoming superstars of Bollywood but unfortunately, he left the world by suicide at the age of 34 only. However, the cause of suicide is still a mystery and unsolved chapter. His fans are still his fans and they keep trends him on Twitter with the hashtag #JusticeforSSR.

Sushant Singh Rajput had work in a dozen of Bollywood films where you can mark his acting skills. As a tribute to SSR, we have made a perfect collection of the top ten best movies of Sushant Singh Rajput to must-watch.

Top 10 Best Movies of Sushant Singh Rajput

Top 10 Best Movies of Sushant Singh Rajput

 10. Rifleman

Sushant had announced on Army Day earlier in 2019 his next film, Rifleman. The movie is based on 1962, Nuranang war hero rifleman Jaswant Singh Rathore. But the project stuck in legal conflict due to biopic rights. The trailer of the movie got released in May 2020. The movie is to be released posthumously. As expected the movie will be a super hit on the box office.

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9. Great Indian Bustard Film

Abhishek Chaubey directed this historical drama film, Sonchiraiya. His thoughtful casting made him add Sushant to his venture. Sushant played the role of a bandit along with Manoj Bajpayee, Ranvir Shorey, Ashutosh Rana, and Bhoomi Pednekar. The film was released on 1 March 2019 and drew the attention of critics who appreciated the stars’ performance.

The film weaves around the inner truth of these bandits who chose this path of a rebel but do not know if they are right or wrong. They refuse to live by the laws of oppressors. They had a mission of cushioning their community or caste. These dry arid region rebels knew of their greater purpose in life.

Sushant played the role of a young foot soldier named Lakha, whose ideologies have badged him as a hero among them. The film didn’t work well at the box office but the performance of Sushant will inspire you.

8. Detective Byomkesh Bakshy!

Detective Byomkesh Bakshy is another one of the best Bollywood movies of Sushant Singh Rajput. The idea of presenting an already hit Tele Series of the 90s on the big screen struck the director Dipankar Banerjee, starring Sushant Singh Rajput as Byomkesh-the detective. Although the action thriller could not create that magic at the box office but became critically acclaimed.

The pre-independence Calcutta nostalgia and the story plot mesmerized niche audiences but could not fetch the masses. Sushant was critically appreciated for being in the skin of Bengal’s most popular fictional character. His attire, dialogue delivery, and expression stole the critics’ hearts. His acting, screenplay, and the maze in the plot of the movie stuck with the audience till last. You must watch this film if you want to witness his performance and acting skills.

7. Chhichhore

This National Award Winner film is an ode to bittersweet moments spent at the college strung with countless memories and moments high on friendship in a humorous tone. The comedy directed by Nitesh Tewari makes him remember Sushant for his utterness to reach the essence of his varied character, Anni in the movie.

The film was the blockbuster of 2019. It managed to appeal to audiences with its screenplay, one-liners, comic punches, and relatable jokes suiting the engineering life. Pritam’s music added the star to this comedy-drama of a realistic approach. The movie describes the life of six friends from losers to being choosers and then winners too in their lives which is the ultimate journey of self-exploration. Sushant nailed the character of Anirudh in the movie. The film managed to fetch 100 crores at the domestic level.

6. PK

Sushant had a very small fling in the 2014 movie PK, Rajkumar Hirani directed satire comedy-drama. The film highlighted the superstition prevalent in human society in a novice way. Although Sushant played a third character and a cameo for 20 minutes but got noticed. Sushant played the Pakistani love interest of Anushka Sharma’s character Jaggu. His character was named Sarfaraz Yousaf.

Sushant refused to charge for his appearance in the movie PK although Hirani gave him a signing amount of Rs 20. Which he got framed as a token of affection from his favorite director. PK was one of the blockbusters of 2014 and fetched many awards.

5. Shuddh Desi Romance

This tickling romantic comedy reflected the raw mindset of modern youth on marriage, love, and live-ins. Their apprehensions to love, attraction, and commitment.

Sushant played the role of a youth goofy guide in a confused state with a brilliant pace. He was like any other random guy around us in this skimpy budget movie. The chemistry of conversation between Parineeti’s character and Sushant’s is a chunk from daily life. It is of the hits and critically acclaimed movie of Sushant’s long-lived movie career. His acting was spontaneous and in the skin of the character. So, you can watch this movie to enjoy the SSR’s acting skills.

4. Dil Bechara

Another best movie of Sushant Singh, a cinematic adaptation of the best-selling novel “The fault in our stars” by John Green. Two terminal cancer patients create an extraordinary love story of them and celebrating their lives. The characters are Manny (Sushant Singh Rajput) and Kizie Basu (Sanjana Sanghi). Sadly this was Sushant’s last acting adroitness on the silver screen. The movie was posthumously released after Sushant’s tragic death.

Sushant was deep-dived in Manny’s character who values every moment of his life. He was appreciated for his no-cut single-take title track choreographed by Farah Khan. His dialogue remained tied to the audience and throng for more.

3. Kedarnath 

This 2018 movie Kedarnath is another best movie of Sushant Singh Rajput. Sara’s onscreen charm as a debutant could not supersede the Sushant’s screen presence. The irresistible scenic beauty of the Himalayan lap mesmerized the viewers of its cinematography. The movie was overall commercially successful.

The ease with which Sushant carries the pilgrims says the persona of his acting. Sushant’s character dealing with tourists and his composed presence strings the audience with belief in faith above religion. Sushant tried to give out his best in this badly executed by Abhishek Kapoor 2 hour movie. But his chemistry with Sara Ali Khan was admired.

2. Kai Po Che!

Sushant debuted on the silver screen in 2011 from Kai Po Che based on Chetan Bhagat’s best-selling novel ‘The Three Mistakes of My Life. He essayed the role of a budding cricketer named Ishaan who dreamt of sowing a sports academy. The film shows the bond of buddies whirled in hatred of religion and communal riots. Critics labeled the movie as a million-time watch because of the perfect progression of the movie.

Kai Po Che was the establishing factor in Sushant’s star career. He did justice to the role allotted to him. Sushant’s entry into Bollywood made him a potential star overnight. The film was acclaimed by critics and a blockbuster. Overall, one of the best Bollywood films of Sushant’s career.

1. M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story

M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story, probably the most favorite and best movie of Sushant Singh Rajput. He navigated into the impassive character of M.S.Dhoni in his hit biopic. Sushant electrified the moments Mahi underwent all the struggles and hurdles to reach its goals.

Some scenes froze the moment and stamped Sushant’s stardom. The helicopter shot of Sushant is a forever remembered action. Sushant was in charge of making real to reel feel real and he did that. His colossal acting and diligence need to be applauded forever. He got nominated for various prestigious awards like Filmfare Awards Stardust awards and Zee cine awards to list a few. Besides that, he also won the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne for best actor.

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