Richa Chadha, Trupti Dimri, Vicky Kaushal: Small Roles, Big Impact

Cinema has a wide range and many Actors become unforgettable in the short but powerful roles with their indelible mark on the viewer's attention. Here’s a glance at a few actors who have made a quick touch on screen.

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Richa Chadha, Trupti Dimri and Vicky Kaushal are some of those actors who have shined on the silver screen with their small roles.
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Cinema has a wide range and many Actors become unforgettable in the short but powerful roles with their indelible mark on the viewer's attention. Here’s a glance at a few actors who have made a quick touch on screen. Let's examine the contributions of these individuals and how they left a legacy by the role they played even if it was small.

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Siddhant Chaturvedi - Gully Boy: Siddhant Chaturvedi, acclaimed as MC Sheri, acted the supporting role and turned into a superlative mentor and inspiration. Murad`s character was like a mentor and psychological support for the main character of the movie, who was going through the lanes and by-lanes of the rap scene in the streets of Mumbai. Besides rap, the second feature about Chaturvedi was his natural talent for rapping that drew the audience toward his charismatic performance, and ultimately elevated him to the limelight, winning them wide acclaim.

Richa Chadha - Heeramandi: Richa Chadha may not be the main character in the popular anthology series 'Hiramandi' but her performance as Lajjo has stayed in the minds of viewers as well. She made her character real and gave it its full potential through her sophisticated acting.  She made her character complex and interesting. In the mere few minutes that Richa has been on screen, she has managed to convey an array of emotions that have the audience totally drawn to her, thereby making her a recognized and talented actress.

Trupti Dimri - Animal: The little but mysterious character of Trupti Dimri in the action thriller "Animal" was tantalizingly enigmatic and deepened the story with a lot of mystery hidden behind it. She excelled in the emotional part and made the audience follow the story of the film by creating a marvelous mystery with her character. Trupti Dimri's quality of drawing the spectators' attention and portraying depth with just a few hand gestures is clear evidence of the greatness of her acting talent. She was also given the title of  "National Crush " label, as well.

Bobby Deol - Animal:  Bobby Deol's small but powerful role portrayal in Animal has made everyone to realize that he is a multifaceted actor. In a character that is unsparing and requires the actor to express such serious emotions, Bobby Deol played a part in such a way that the viewers could not even blink. His noticeable and impressive character, which had no dialogue, brought more depth to the film's plot and made the audiences and critics admire him.

Vicky Kaushal - The Dunki: Vicky Kaushal entranced the viewers with his spellbinding performance as a very complex person in the recent hit movie "Dunki". Despite the fact that he was not in many scenes, Vicky managed to invest the role with feeling and emotion and gave the character a spirit and life with a true soul. He mastered the multifaceted and enigmatic role, highlighting the various parts of the film's plot, and earned for his ability to evoke a variety of feelings with a light hand and dignity.

Mrunal Thakur - Made in Heaven 2:  Mrunal Thakur's brilliant appearance in the web series 'Made in Heaven 2' demonstrated her ability and range; she is a true professional. Let us look at Mrunal's portrayal in this television series where he has exhibited both strength and weakness.  It is an act that will be cherished by the viewers for many years to come. The part was something different from what she was used to and she received thanks for the convincing role. In this episode, which was the most loved by the people, it was domestic violence based on marital and spousal violence. Apart from Mrinal, her character was the only one that was significant.  However, she played it so naturally that even the critics fell for her, and discerned her talent in acting.

Nawazuddin Siddiqui - Badlapur: Nawazuddin Siddiqui is an actor who has done superlative justice to his character as a villain in Badlapur. In the span of three seasons, Nawaz pulled off a role that encompassed terror and complexity in negative characterization. His portraying the villain also influenced the plot line of the film, which in turn made the character more of a show stopper and the audience more satisfied.

Pankaj Tripathi - English Medium: While his role may be small, the way Pankaj Tripathi played with the comic flaw in ‘English Medium’ proved his genius and ease. He was perfect for his part that needed both fun and adorable character and he was able to perform in such a way that the audience was blown away by his acting but also connected with the character in a way that was able to make them cry. It is his power to snatch the spotlight from everyone else without fail that showed the world his competence and left the story forever stamped in people’s minds.


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