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Weekend Binge: actor Rajkummar Rao is undeniably the most beautiful Bollywood actor of his generation

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Weekend Binge: actor Rajkummar Rao is undeniably the most beautiful Bollywood actor of his generation: Every week, we will curate a collection of titles like movies, TV, general miscellanea for to see and in some cases, read, or listen to in a series we calling Weekend Binge.

The selection will on a theme which binds the picks – which could be extremely blunt in certain instances, or confusingly abstract in some. No rules apply, other than the end goal is get some great entertainment to watch.

Weekend Binge: actor Rajkummar Rao is undeniably the most beautiful Bollywood actor of his generation

The idea is to base the theme in week’s significant events it can get the release of a new movie, or how we can also use this opportunity to comment on our world in general, and turning to art to wrap our heads around some of the more difficult stories of the past seven days.

Not enough is write or says on the bravery that must have gone into Omerta. Fans of Mario Puzo’s gangster novels and the movies they inspiring will familiar with the term.

In the Sicilian mafia, Omerta is the vow of silence that the gangsters take. Even the daughter was to kill; they will never point fingers or name names. In many ways, this version of the eyes is a reason behind most of our problems as a society.

There is always the thought that has more of us braver, a lot of our problems and the people responsible for them will go away.

Playing a terrorist especially one who has a very close relationship with our country, and is responsible for the grief many of our countrymen and women have faced, and continues to endure cannot have eased.

Especially in India regularly finding it challenging to separate actors from the characters that they play on screen.

There is a chance that we are forever associating actor Rajkummar Rao with the vile Omar Saeed Sheikh.

Luckily for us, the director cum actor pairs of director Hansal Mehta and actor Rajkummar Rao rare in playing safe.

Over the course of four incendiary movies and one show, establishing themselves as among the most excellent creative partners in our country and dare I say, the entire world.

There is a filmmaker cum actor partnership right up there with some of the most acclaiming duos of modern times like Scorsese DiCaprio, Refn Gosling, Burton Depp, Almodovar Cruz.

The most exceptional product of this partnership besides, of course, the films is the fact that actor Rajkummar Rao was finally receiving the praise he always deserving when he is playing little parts in films like Shaitan and Wasseypur.

As he ventures into the mainstream it is bounding to happen, so we might as well accept it let’s take a look at his journey to reach this stage.

Here are the five best movies of Rajkummar Rao’s career, pre-Omerta.

Shahid

With the year 2014 film Court, Shahid is the most exceptional movie about the Indian legal system we have had in the last decade.

But while Court was more satirical in tone, Shahid is a film inspiring by Italian neo-realism which is brutal stark, unfussy and shooting with the rugged authenticity that can only come with hand-held cameras.

It is almost as if Hansal pointing the camera in Rajkummar’s direction and let him lose some taking that is unbearing and in comfort.

And the fearlessness has given us a performance that has an unhinging sincerity and passion that we rarely see in Indian movies.

CityLights

All the movies on this list are perhaps the only one that cannot quite attain the extraordinary heights of the rest is CityLights, but that is because I hold the original that it is on, Metro Manila, in such high regard.

However, Hansal and Rajkummar efficiently transport the flavor of the Philipino city to the modern Mumbai and zero in on the sad realization that while we may separating by borders, in the face of grief and survival, we are all the same.

Aligarh

There are very few Indian films makes with the empathy and sensitivity of Aligarh. It is a heartbreaking tragedy of one man trying to survive in a world that did not accept him.

Like the film is known as Ramchandra Siras, which is a Homosexual professor at Aligarh Muslim University.

Was beaten down, repressed and usually gagging by those in positions of power. Professor is isolating, assaulting, persecuting and shame.

But we of know the pain he lives with now. We know his story which is a story that will live for eternity as the warning, but also as a sign of hope.

And it makes you wonder, how can someone try to bury a tale as beautiful as this?

It is also a great example of cinematic restraint both the film and the central performances.

The rest of the films in this list featuring actor Rajkummar in a leading role, this is Manoj Bajpayee’s movie to carry, but he can not have done what he did without Rajkummar’s support. Together, they are achieving greatness.

Newton

The lines between art and propaganda blur are one bright spot. It is feeling sort of reductive to label Newton as a social drama.

It is not at least in the way that some of actor Akshay Kumar’s films which are but it is a movie that has anger in its heart, and spirit in its veins.

Like the movie Shahid, it is pointing spotlight in the way of the systemic problem in the nation that we just have not paid attention.

Like the legal system broken, corrupt, compromising in parts to making a film about rigging elections to takes courage.

Trapped

There are bad Rajkummar Rao films, but never a bad Rajkummar Rao performance. Trapped is neither. It is — like similar vanity projects such as All is Lost (Robert Redford), Buried (Ryan Reynolds), Locke (Tom Hardy) — a virtuosic one-person show, a film that has at its center a performance so commanding that you forget that you’re watching an actor at all.

But not enough people realize how risky films such as this are. In the wrong hands, it could have come turned into an unbearable exercise in self-praise. It’s not. Under Vikramaditya Motwane’s deft direction, the films become a statement on our place in the world – sort of like CityLights.

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