From Romantic Hero to Gangster Icon: 5 Emraan Hashmi Films You Can't Miss

From a romantic hero to a retro gangster, Emraan Hashmi's filmography offers a diverse array of cinematic experiences. Let's take a nostalgic trip down memory lane and explore five of his must-watch films that have left an indelible mark on Indian cinema.

1. Once Upon A Time in Mumbaai (2010)

As we recently celebrated 13 years of this cinematic gem, "Once Upon A Time in Mumbaai" features Emraan Hashmi as Shoaib Khan, a character that became an instant icon. Donning golden watches and retro glasses, Emraan exuded charisma and charm, making Shoaib Khan a character to remember.

2. Murder (2004)

Emraan Hashmi's career soared to new heights with "Murder" , a gripping thriller directed by Anurag Basu. This film not only established him as a romantic hero but also showcased his ability to portray complex characters. Emraan's performance struck a chord with the audience, solidifying his position as the "lover boy" of Bollywood.

3. Jannat (2008)

"Jannat" delves into the world of illegal betting in cricket. Emraan plays a small-time gambler caught in the throes of match-fixing. His portrayal of a flawed yet charismatic protagonist tugs at the heartstrings and leaves viewers invested in his journey.

4. Gangster (2006)

"Gangster" was a game-changer for Emraan Hashmi, as he ventured into a new territory of acting prowess. Sharing the screen with Kangana Ranaut and Shiney Ahuja, Emraan's performance added depth to the film and showcased his versatility as an actor.

5. The Dirty Picture (2011)

Breaking away from his conventional roles, Emraan Hashmi delivered a powerful supporting performance in "The Dirty Picture"  The film received critical acclaim, and Emraan's on-screen chemistry with Vidya Balan left a lasting impact on audiences.


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