Tusshar Kapoor’s Birthday: 5 Best Actor Role From Golmaal to Muje Kuchna Kehna

Tusshar Kapoor turns 44 today. Although not a critic’s favorite, the actor has acted in a few big hits and some very few films. He is also one of the rare actors in Bollywood who became a single father. Today we are going to talk about the best roles and films that Tusshar has gifted us. The actor discovered his comic timing with Rohit Shetty’s film, chaos. “It was a turning point in my career. Whenever the breakup has been released, it has added a new wing and this time too I hope that it will happen. I hope that new opportunities will open up for me. People see me differently That is happening now. ” With audience reaction, he said in an interview. Cirkus: Before Ranveer Singh, did you know that Shah Rukh Khan and Tusshar Kapoor will once star in this Rohit Shetty film?

The actor also showed us his gangsta side in a couple of films. He showed us his romantic personality in the very first film. So, without further ado, here are Tusshar Kapoor’s best.

I want to say something (2001)

In his first film, the actor starred alongside Kareena Kapoor. The audience liked their pair and the film. It was one of the most recent Bollywood films. The actor’s sweet personality impressed everyone. 19 years old I have something to say: Tusshar Kapoor reminds me of his Bollywood debut with Kareena Kapoor, thanks to love and support.

Yeh Dil (2003)

Chances are good that you haven’t seen this movie. She acted in this romantic drama, alongside Anita Hasanandani. The film is on and some scenes will prick your heart. For instance, Tusshar goes to lengths to call his girlfriend, while she is locked up by her family.

Golmaal (2006)

The actor played the role of a silent person who does not deserve your sympathy. He was able to appear in a cast which included Ajay Devgan, Arshad Warsi. 14 year old Golmaal: Arshad Warsi, Tusshar Kapoor indifferent about Rohit Shetty’s super-hit comedy.


Noise in the City (2011)

An underground movie again! Directed by Raj and DK (Go Goa Gone, The Family Man), the film features Tusshar as a small-time publisher who kidnaps a famous author to obtain the manuscript of his next book.

Shootout at Lokhandwala (2007)

Tusshar played the role of the notorious gangster Dilip Buva in this critically acclaimed film.

Happy birthday, Tusshar. The actor recently replaced the producer starring Akshay Kumar Laxmii.

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