5 underrated performances of Sobhita Dhulipala which prove that she is an unstoppable force to reckon with, when it comes to performing diverse roles

09 May, 2024 - 23:54 pm IST    |    By TellychakkarTeam

MUMBAI: Sobhita Dhulipala is well known for her body of work that is not majorly mainstream, yet exceptional. Recently her Hollywood Debut with Dev Patel's Monkey Man, Sobhita has proved that she is here to rule and carve a niche for herself and her choice of work is slective and exceptional.

Check out her top 5 underrated works, which prove that she is an unstoppable force to reckon with when it comes to diverse roles.

Kurup- Sobhita Dhulipala's performance in the much-anticipated film "Kurup" has garnered widespread acclaim, particularly for her portrayal of an 80's nurse. She captures the essence of the profession with authenticity, seamlessly blending into the period setting as an 80's nurse. Besides that performance is elevated by her chemistry with Dulquer Salmaan as well.

Through her outstanding portrayal, she not only breathes life into her character but also adds depth and authenticity to the film's narrative.

Major- The movie, which was based on the 26/11 Mumbai attacks, Dhulipala plays a pivotal role as a victim caught in the harrowing events that unfolded at the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel. Her performance not only adds authenticity to the narrative but also showcases her remarkable talent as an actress. Through her electrifying performance, she immerses audiences into the chaos and trauma experienced by the victims, eliciting the empathy out of it.

Ghost stories- Sobhita Dhulipala's performance in the anthology horror film "Ghost Stories" as a paranoid pregnant woman is nothing short of chilling and unforgettable. The performance was marked by its raw vulnerability and emotional intensity.

Her portrayal serves as the emotional anchor of the segment, driving the narrative forward and leaving a lasting impression on viewers.

Ponniyin Selvan 1&2- 
Sobhita Dhulipala's portrayal of a classical dancer in the epic historical drama "Ponniyin Selvan 1 and 2" is a mesmerizing exploration of artistry, tradition, and emotion. 
Through her elegant movements and expressive gestures, she captures the essence of Bharatanatyam and other traditional dance styles, infusing her portrayal with authenticity and reverence for the art form. Through her enchanting rendition, Sobhita not only honors the rich tradition of Indian classical dance but also elevates the epic saga with her captivating presence. 

Raman and Raghav 2.0- 
Sobhita Dhulipala's performance in her debut film "Raman and Raghav 2.0" as a complex character at the tender age of 23 showcases her remarkable talent and maturity as an actress. One of the most compelling aspects of Sobhita's performance is her ability to convey the emotional depth and complexity of her character. From moments of vulnerability to scenes of intense drama, she navigates the highs and lows of her character's journey with aplomb, leaving a lasting impression on audiences.


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