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Student Of The Year
Making your Bollywood debut in a Karan Johar film is nothing short of a dream for any actor and we’re sure that Sidharth agrees with us on this. Sidharth Malhotra was first seen on the big screen in Karan Johar’s Student Of The Year along with Alia Bhatt and Varun Dhawan. The Sidharth Malhotra movie was a complete Bollywood package like you would expect from a Karan Johar film since it had ample of drama, comedy, romance and heartbreak. The trio making their debut in this film have gone from strength to strength since the release and proved that Karan Johar has a great eye for talent.
Hasee Toh Phasee
Hasee Toh Phasee brought together two relatively fresh faces on the big screen – Parineeti Chopra and Sidharth Malhotra. This Sidharth Malhotra movie wasn’t your conventional love story and that’s probably the biggest reason why it worked. When Sidharth Malhotra’s character is all set to get married, his wife asks him to look after her sister since she was an outcast of the family. During the time they spend together, they grow close and end up falling in love. Hasee Toh Phasee is regarded by many as Parineeti’s best performance till date.
When you’re in a relationship with someone, you make them your responsibility, you make their problems your own. In Ek Villain, Sidharth Malhotra played a local goon named Guru. Guru was void of any emotion whatsoever and thought of his profession nothing more than making a living. However, things take a turn in the Sidharth Malhotra movie when Aisha (Shraddha Kapoor) walks into his life. She teaches him to love, care and more importantly feel. As he’s getting his life back on track, Aisha is murdered by a psychopath named Rakesh Mahadkar (Riteish Deshmukh). Guru looses the one thing that mattered to him and he decides that Rakesh should pay for his actions.
The Sidharth Malhotra movie was a story about two estranged brothers who have a faceoff in the boxing rink. David Fernandez (Akshay Kumar) decides to take up fighting in a bid to save his daughter suffering from a terminal disease. His younger brother Monty, on the other hand, becomes a sensation after one viral video. However, with a desire to prove himself in the ring, he takes up professional boxing as well. The climax truly is the ultimate showdown as we see the two brothers go head to head with each other.
Kapoor and Sons
Directed by Shakun Batra, this Sidharth Malhotra movie is a story about a dysfunctional family who will never admit but they love each other more than anything in the world. After Amarjeet (Rishi Kapoor) suffers a heart attack, his grand children Rahul (Fawad Khan) and Arjun (Sidharth Malhotra) are forced to return to their childhood home in Coonoor. Being in a Kapoor household almost seemed like being in a battle fields as each and every family members seems to have a problem with someone or something in the house. However, they all eventually come to realise that at the end of the day, family is all they have.
Baar Baar Dekho
Time travel is a concept that is not seen too often in Bollywood. With Baar Baar Dekho, we saw the journey of a man who was taught about the importance of his loved ones by time. Jai Verma (Sidharth Malhotra) and Diya Kapoor (Katrina Kaif) are childhood sweethearts and are all set get married. However, Jai feels that marriage would hamper his career growth and decides against it. What follows in the Sidharth Malhotra movie is Jai realising he’s been travelling through time as he witnesses how miserable his life will turn out without Diya. Reeling from this blow, Jai comes across the priest (Rajit Kapoor) who had conducted his marriage and warned him about the importance of time. He begs him for another chance and the priest grants his wish and he’s given a do over.
A Gentleman was a film that featured Sidharth Malhotra in a double role. One character was Gaurav Kapoor, a simpleton living in Miami who hopes to get married to his college Kavya (Jacqueline Fernandez). But, Kavya is on the search of a man who is more adventurous and risk-loving. Parallel to the same runs the story of clandestine spy Rishi Purohit (Sidharth Malhotra), who works for a spy organisation headed by Colonel Vijay Saxena (Suniel Shetty). Rishi wants to start fresh and ends up taking Gaurav’s identity who’s killed in an accident. But, little does he know that his troubles are far from over.
Ittefaq was a classic who dunnit type of murder mystery that starred Sidharth Malhotra, Akshaye Khanna and Sonakshi Sinha. The film is inspired by the extremely well received Yash Chopra film of the same title. Sidharth played the character of a popular author named Vikram. Sonakshi played the role of a Maya Sinha , a young housewife married to a lawyer. Later, the body of Shekhar Sinha (Sachin Sharma), Maya’s husband and Vikram is made to be the prime suspect since he was present in the apartment. Dev Verma (Akshaye Khanna), is assigned to lead the investigation from the case. When Dev interrogates Vikram and Maya, he learns that the case isn’t as easy as it seemed and even includes Shekhar’s wife Maya as a suspect of the murder. The Sidharth Malhotra movie has enough plot twists and turns to keep you interested through the runtime which just falls short under two hours.
Aiyaary was a film that featured a talented cast including Manoj Bajpayee, Sidharth Malhotra and Rakul Preet Singh. In the film, Manoj and Sidharth played the characters of Abhay Singh and Jay Bakshi respectively. The two were highly established officers in the Indian Army with Abhay acting as Jay’s mentor. However, after a fallout between the two, Jai decides go rogue and Abhay is forced to go against his very own protege. The Sidharth Malhotra movie is packed with some mind-blowing action but could have done with a shorter runtime which stretches the film unnecessarily.
Abhay (Sidharth Malhotra) runs a business which involves kidnapping grooms who ask for a dowry before marriage. After kidnapping them, he forces them to marry the girl and announce it to the society as a surprise party. Later, when his childhood sweetheart Babli (Parineeti Chopra) comes back into his life, she forces him to stay away from these illegitimate means to earn money. He refuses to accept Babli’s opinion and decides to continue with his ways. A heartbroken Babli decides now she’ll kidnap Abhay and force him to marry her. The Sidharth Malhotra movie is inspired by events that occur commonly in the Northern section of India.
While the same thing cannot be said about Milap Zaveri, Marjaavaan was Sidharth’s first out and out masala entertainer. Impactful dialogues, item songs, gripping background music and epic fight scene, this film really ticked all the boxes when it comes to commercial flicks. Similar to his character in Ek Villain, Sidharth played the role of a gangster who never really bothered about the joys of life. Zoya (Tara Sutaria) comes into his life and suddenly everything seems be falling into place. However, a dwarf named Vishnu (Riteish Deshmukh) is jealous of Raghu (Sidharth Malhotra) and is determined to make his life a living hell.