7 Highest-Rated IMDB Films and Shows of Jitendra Kumar

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TVF Pitchers (2015) - 9.1

Though Jitendra Kumar has a supporting role in this web series about four friends who quit their jobs to start their own startup, the series itself is highly rated and showcases his early work with TVF (The Viral Fever).


Kota Factory (2019) - 9.0

This web series portrays the struggles of students preparing for engineering entrance exams in Kota. Jitendra Kumar plays Jeetu Bhaiya, a wise and supportive mentor. The show is highly acclaimed for its realistic depiction of the academic pressure in Kota.

Panchayat (2020) - 8.9

In this comedy-drama series, Jitendra Kumar stars as Abhishek Tripathi, an engineering graduate who reluctantly takes up a job as a secretary in a rural village. The series is praised for its humor, heartwarming moments, and Kumar's endearing performance.

Chaman Bahaar (2020) - 6.9

In this coming-of-age film, Jitendra Kumar plays Billu, a young man who starts a paan shop in a small town and becomes infatuated with a girl who moves in across the street. The film is appreciated for its quirky narrative and Kumar's earnest performance.

Gone Kesh (2019) - 6.8

This heartwarming drama tells the story of Enakshi, a teenage girl who dreams of becoming a dancer but is diagnosed with alopecia, leading to rapid hair loss. Jitendra Kumar plays Srijoy, a supportive and understanding young man who becomes a significant part of Enakshi's life.

Jaadugar (2022) - 6.8

In this sports-comedy film, Jitendra Kumar plays the role of Meenu, an aspiring magician who must win a local football tournament to marry the love of his life. The film explores Meenu's journey as he navigates his passion for magic.

Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan (2020) - 5.8

This romantic comedy film addresses the topic of same-sex relationships in a conservative Indian society. Jitendra Kumar stars opposite Ayushmann Khurrana, and the film is lauded for its progressive narrative and Kumar's impactful portrayal of Aman Tripathi.

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