It's been six years since the release of the critically acclaimed film Newton, which marked a pivotal moment in the career of the versatile actor Rajkummar Rao. Directed by Amit V. Masurkar, this thought-provoking cinematic gem not only showcased Rao's exceptional acting prowess but also made a profound impact on both audiences and critics.
Rajkummar Rao reflects on the 6th anniversary of Newton; says, “I’m incredibly proud to have been a part of it”
Recalling the remarkable journey of Newton, Rajkummar Rao expressed his sentiments, stating, “When I look back at the incredible journey of Newton and see how it still resonates with audiences today, it's a deeply humbling experience and motivates me to play more critically acclaimed roles. It reminds me that meaningful storytelling has the power to connect across time and place, and I'm incredibly proud to have been a part of it.”
In Newton, Rajkummar Rao portrayed the character of Nutan Kumar, a dedicated government clerk who is resolute in ensuring a fair and free election. Rao's impeccable acting skills brought this character to life with authenticity and depth. His portrayal of Newton garnered widespread acclaim and numerous accolades, including the prestigious National Film Award for Best Actor.
Following his performance as Paana Tipu in Guns and Gulaabs, Rajkummar Rao is now gearing up for a diverse array of projects that promise to captivate audiences once again. Among his highly anticipated projects is Stree 2, which follows the success of the first installment. Additionally, Sri and Mr. and Mrs. Mahi are in the works, showcasing Rao's commitment to delivering compelling performances and engaging storytelling.
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