As a man with three distinct personalities, Vikram is a spectacle to behold, seamlessly shifting between the three characters.
Vikram flexes his generous acting muscle with Pithamagan. He plays a social outcast who is transformed by a friendship with a conman.
Mani Ratnam's magnum opus stars Vikram as the fierce Aditya Karikalan, the eldest son of Sundara Chozha.
Interestingly, while Vikram plays the character of Raavan in Raavanan, he plays Ram in the Hindi version. That Mani Ratnam shot both Tamil and Hindi versions simultaneously says much about the actor's prowess.
Vikram, known for his dramatic transformations in physicality, began his experiments with Sethu, where he goes from a charming young man to a brain-damaged shadow.
From Midnight in Paris to Pulp Fiction