Jagga Jasoos: The film, directed by Anurag Basu, narrates the ups and downs of Jagga (Ranbir Kapoor) and Shruti's (Katrina Kaif) life as they embark on a mission to hunt for Jagga's father. Ranbir Kapoor's performance was praised by the critics and liked by audience alike
Bombay Velvet: Ranbir Kapoor plays a street-fighter, Johnny Balraj, who desires to become a big-shot in this crime-drama. He is paired opposite Anushka Sharma who essays the role of Rosie Noronha, an aspiring jazz singer. Karan Johar is seen in his first full-fledged role in Bollywood as the flamboyant antagonist Kaizad Khambatta in Anurag Kashyap's ambitious project that takes you back to the Mumbai before it became a metropolis. Pic/Santa Banta
Roy: Ranbir Kapoor made his comeback on the big screen with an extended cameo in 'Roy' after a hiatus of nearly a year and a half. He plays a thief named Roy who manages to pull off heists without being caught. Though the film flopped at the Box Office, Ranbir win a million hearts with this romantic thriller. Pic/YouTube
Barfi: Ranbir plays the character of a deaf-mute person, who enjoys life to the hilt nonetheless. The actor won several awards for his role and was lauded by critics too Pic/ Santa Banta
Rockstar: In this Imtiaz Ali film, Ranbir portrays the character of Janardhan Jhakar, who goes through an emotional roller coaster ride while pursuing his dream of becoming a rockstar
Chillar Party: Ranbir made a guest appearance in the item-number track, 'Teri Tai Tai Phiss', in this 2011 children's film. However, the actor took everyone by surprise with his 'tapori' antics
Anjaani Anjaani: Here, Ranbir appeared as a character with suicidal tendencies, who meets his match in Priyanka Chopra. Though the film was panned by critics, both the actors' performance was lauded
Raajneeti: Prakash Jha's political thriller gave Ranbir an opportunity to demonstrate his grey side on screen. As Samar Pratap, the conniving son of a slain politician, he held his ground against experienced actors like Nana Patekar, Manoj Bajpai and Ajay Devgn
Rocket Singh: Salesman of the Year: From a good for nothing salesman to a master seller, Ranbir's transformation in this film was effortless. This one is still considered as one of his finest performances on-screen
Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani: The Rajkumar Santoshi-directed comedy allowed the talented actor to display his funny skills
Wake Up Sid: As a spoilt, self-centred college student, Ranbir was at his natural best again. It helped that he had the versatile Konkona Sen Sharma to boot
Bachna Ae Haseeno: Romancing three leading ladies was no big deal for the Kapoor kid in this Yash Raj flick
Saawariya: In his very first film, Ranbir gave glimpses of his abundant talent, as a bar's lead singer, who is kind-hearted enough to treat even prostitutes with respect
We hope to add Sanju in this list too!
As Bollywood heartthrob Ranbir Kapoor is all geared up for Sanju, we take a look at his diverse canvas of work, from his debut in 'Saawariya' to his last outing 'Jagga Jasoos'