A supporting actor always adds strength to the film efficiently. They give the film a new lease of credibility and yet they go unnoticed sometimes.
Let’s take a look at the nominations for Best Supporting Actor of 2015:
Anupam Kher – Baby
As a quirky character of Shuklaji in Baby, Anupam Kher delivered a great performance in the film. With his great comic timing he supported the lead character of Akshay Kumar superbly. He is one of the finest talents in our country and by playing this character effortlessly, the caliber of this veteran actor can be witnessed easily.
Sunil Grover – Gabbar Is Back
Sunil Grover impressed the audiences and critics with his simplistic performance as Hawaldar Sadhuram in Gabbar Is Back. He played the character of a cop, who is considered as good for nothing and who is always insulted by seniors with great conviction. His frustration, as Sadhuram, was expressed with great power by Sunil Grover.
Irrfan Khan – Piku
Irrfan Khan, who has showcased his acting in Hollywood, has completely rocked the character of Rana Chaudhary. Irrfan, who played the owner of Himachal Cab service, who accompanies Piku and her father in their journey to Kolkata, perfectly expresses his state of mind and slips into the core of the character very easily.
Anil Kapoor – Dil Dhadakne Do
Anil Kapoor portrayed the character of Kamal Mehra as the self-made business man, who wants to show-off and leads a practical life. He got out of his comfort zone and played this character brilliantly and thus became the perfect choice to play this flamboyant role. Anil Kapoor also bagged the Filmfare Best Supporting Actor award for this film.
Ranveer Singh – Dil Dhadakne Do
Ranveer Singh received rave reviews for his performance as Kabir Mehra in the film. Apart from sharing great chemistry with co-star Anushka Sharma, Ranveer Singh added the right comic element in the film. His energetic and confused character in the film was totally loved by the audiences.
Nawazuddin Siddiqui – Bajrangi Bhaijaan
Nawazuddin Siddiqui, who essayed the character of a Pakistani journalist Chand Nawab, won many accolades for this role in Bajrangi Bhaijaan. His comic timing in the film was brilliant which was really enjoyed by the audience.