7 best films of Emraan Hashmi you should watch.

Here is a list of 7 best films of Emraan Hashmi which you should watch.

From most popular films like Murder to more critically acclaimed performance in Shanghai.

Murder (2004)

This thriller marked Emraan Hashmi’s debut as a lead actor and gained him significant attention for his performance. While the movie and it’s leading lady Mallika Sherawat made much buzz for various scenes and song sequences, the films still marks as one of the best films of Hashmi’s career.

Jannat (2008)

In this crime romance, Hashmi played a street-smart cricket bookie entangled in the world of match-fixing. The film was both a critical and commercial success. Like many of Emraan Hashmi films, this film’s music and song was also chartbusting.

Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai (2010)

Emraan Hashmi portrayed a character inspired by the real-life underworld figure, Dawood Ibrahim, in this gangster drama. His performance received praise from critics and audiences alike.

Shanghai (2012)

In this political thriller, Hashmi portrayed a videographer caught in the midst of corruption and political machinations. It is regarded as he best performance of Hashmi’s career and is a tight slap on the faces of critics who questioned his acting skills.

Awarapan (2007)

This action thriller showcased Emraan Hashmi in a darker and more intense role as a hitman seeking redemption. The film starred Shriya Saran as his love interest and the duo are set to win fans again in the upcoming series Showtime. The film also featured fine actors like Ashutosh Rana as antagonist.

Tigers (2014)

This film is inspired by an episode in Pakistan during the 1990s, a repetition of the Nestlé baby milk scandal in 1970s and Hashmi played the role of a salesman who battles against the giant company. Hashmi once again proved that he is far beyond just the commercial actor doing typical Bollywood films.

Ek Thi Dayan (2013)

Directed by Kanan Iyer, the film is a supernatural-thriller telling the story of a magician – played by Emraan Hashmi – whose life starts falling apart when he starts hallucinating about his deal sister. The film featured Konkona Sen Sharma, Huma Qureshi and Kalki Koechlin.