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2018 Wrap Up: 7 Bollywood actors who are the scene-stealers of 2018

Gone are the days when audiences lauded only the lead characters in a movie. Bollywood has evolved a lot over the years and supporting characters get as much importance as the lead characters in a movie. In fact, there are many movies in which supporting characters overshadow or outshine the main characters. In movies like ‘Raanjhanaa’, ‘English Vinglish’, ‘Tanu Weds Manu’, ‘Sanju’, ‘Stree’, ‘Love Sonia’ and others, we have seen supporting cast doing as well as the leads.

Top 7 scene stealers of Bollywood 2018

Pankaj Tripathi (‘Stree’)

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Pankaj Tripathi as Rudra Bhaiya in ‘Stree’  stunned us with his one-liners and comic timing. Where Rajkummar Rao and Shraddha Kapoor had their own screen presence, Pankaj owned ‘Stree’ with his dialogues (especially the Aadhar system dialogue). “Sabka aadhar link hai iske paas,” was not in the script but it was improvised by the actor.

Gajraj Rao (‘Badhaai Ho’)

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Though ‘Badhaai Ho’ was a story shown from the perspective of Ayushmann Khurrana’s character, his on-screen dad Gajraj Rao stole the show. His character has left a remarkable mark on the audiences. He has pulled off his role very well.

Richa Chadha (‘Love Sonia’)

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Richa is one of those actresses in Bollywood who has done many unconventional roles. Though she played the second lead in ‘Love Sonia’, she outshined others and won most accolades for her role as Madhuri.

Vicky Kaushal (‘Sanju’)

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Vicky played Sanjay Dutt‘s best friend on-screen. He spelled his magic among the audiences with his character of Kamli. His role earned him lots of appreciation from all quarters.

Sumeet Vyas (‘Veere Di Wedding’)

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‘Permanent Roommates’ fame Sumeet Vyas was the only actor among the four actresses in ‘Veere Di Wedding’. He played the love interest of Kareena Kapoor Khan and despite having a minor role, he received a positive response for his role in the movie.

Jim Sarbh (‘Padmaavat’)

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Jim Sarbh’s role as Malik Kafur, the slave-general of Ranveer Singh earned him a lot of appreciations. His chemistry with Ranveer Singh on-screen was raved by audiences as well as critics.

Abhishek Banerjee (‘Stree’)

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Abhishek played one of the friends of Rajkummar Rao in ‘Stree’. Along with Aparshakti Khurana and Rajkummar, he made his presence felt with his comic timing and expressions.

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