Aamir Khan not only delivered a poignant performance but also showcased his directorial finesse in "Taare Zameen Par," skillfully portraying the delicate subject of dyslexia with emotional depth and sensitivity.
Prithviraj Sukumaran made a noteworthy directorial debut with "Lucifer," seamlessly balancing his role as both director and actor, contributing to the film's success as a gripping political thriller.
Ajay Devgn took on the dual responsibility of director and actor in "Bholaa," presenting a comedy-drama that highlighted his versatility not just in front of the camera but also behind it.
Arbaaz Khan stepped into the director's chair for "Dabangg 2," successfully continuing the iconic saga of Chulbul Pandey, showcasing his ability to helm a blockbuster sequel while reprising his role as Makhanchand Pandey.
Kangana Ranaut displayed her directorial skills in "Manikarnika," a historical drama that celebrated the life of Rani Lakshmibai, combining her powerful portrayal with directorial vision to bring the Queen of Jhansi's story to the big screen.
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