"Gully Boy" Hits The Box Office With Excellent Performances Of These Talented Actors

DungCNT |Feb 19, 2019

Gully Boy Box Office: Ranveer Singh-Alia Bhatt's movie is on a roll and pacing towards Rs 100 crore. Not only in India the movie is performing very well overseas as well.

Gully Boy, the latest release of Zoya Akhtar, has brought her a significant achievement. Her blockbuster, however, still offers the chances for other actors to highlight their names in the acting career. Gully Boy has gone beyond expectation with outstanding performances of a dozen stars - from an electric Alia Bhatt to potential debutant Siddhant Chaturvedi.

Being the main character in this film, Ranveer Singh takes up the primary responsibility on his shoulders when it comes to delivering the character's soul via his performance. He has put a lot of effort into practicing the rapping skills, the body language, and the accent as well and his attempt is proved through every scene. Every moment he appears on the screen surprises the audience with his acting skill which is expressed by the way he smiles with his girlfriend as she amazingly gives him a kiss or smiles in tears when a friend of his proves their friendship. Moreover, the Simmba's actor spends most of his time keeping calm under the pressure of class divide in Gully Boy. He has done an important job in putting his character in the best way. His excellent contribution deserves unanimous praise.

In Gully Boy, Alia plays as a rebellious daughter. Despite her characteristics, she still breaks into tears in her father's arms when she has trouble. Alia's character is an envious girlfriend, but her smile can light up your life. Alia is well-known for her natural acting skill in Bollywood.

Besides the two main actors, the other five actors are worth receiving the audience's attention for their talents. Their incredible performances have lifted the film to an extraordinary level.

Siddhant Chaturvedi

Siddhant Chaturvedi is a name that we shouldn't miss when we mention natural talents. Although Gully Boy is the film that marks his debut, he wows everyone with his perfect acting skill. For debutants, it is not easy to catch the audience's attention with their first film, but he incredibly did it. What impresses everyone most is his warmth. Not only is he a teacher but he also seems to open a whole new world to promising rappers. In many scenes, the actor's skill is evaluated to perform better than Ranveer.

Vijay Raaz

Always known as a humorous factor in the movie, Vijay Raaz switched from a silly image to the guy that frightens everyone as he appears on the screen in Gully Boy. The actor casts in an abusive husband role and also takes the subjugation to be his life's verity. The violence bursts out due to his exasperation resulted in the following mantra for many years although his son is told not to dream.

Raaz's part can make you feel scared but his moment of weakness at the end is touching. Maybe the audience does not pay so much affection for his character, but it's impossible not to empathize with a man who weeps over his half-life. Vijay successfully finishes his part as an actor.

Amruta Subhash

This time, Amruta is in the role of Ranveer's mother. Maybe she is older than Ranveer only six years old; nevertheless, their relationship seems to be so many natural thanks to her professional skill. The trouble becomes rising when the second wife of her husband comes home. The new wife gets a new room while she has to sleep on the floor in the kitchen. The new wife has breakfast on her bed while she has to wash the dishes. She takes the humiliation but also fights for it even when she realizes that she isn't able to win the fight. From a gentlewoman, she turns to be protective. The actor deserves to be a hot name on trending in Bollywood.

Vijay Varma

After the baddie image in Pink, Vijay Varma has come back with Moeen role, a car thief and drug peddler with a golden heart in Zoya's film. Little children have to roll weed for him, but he can feed them. He has his friends steal cars but still believes in their dreams. He is willing to punish anyone who wants to take control of him but still be kind to those breaks into tears. The actor is successful in naturally performing a bad guy but full of kindness.

Srishti Shrivastava

Appearing only five minutes in the frame, Srishti Shrivastava can make an impression on the viewers with a plucky home wrecker Albina Dadarkar. Only with a few dialogues in the movie, she leaves a mark with her character although her screen time is not as much as Alia's time. When being accused of flirting Alia's boyfriend, she is in the mood for scratching another's face. Screaming or kicking scenes of two angry women are not often humor gold but Srishti and Alia did it.

>>> Read more: "Gully Boy" Movie Review: Raveer Singh And Alia Bhatt In A Film Full Of Contrasts


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