A Bollywood Diva that eludes grace with her looks and aesthetic acting skills, Yami Gautam has firmly grasped the movie arena. She remains one of the best actors of this upcoming generation. It’s why we’re presenting a piece on the ‘Top Ten Movies of Yami Gautam of All Time’.
Hailing from the scenic city of Himachal Pradesh, she possesses the quilt of a personality that preludes all. She started her journey into the movie stream with a Kannada movie before stepping stone into Bollywood with the critically and commercially successful movie ‘Vicky Donor’.
We’d be looking at the best movies in her career with regard to performance, box office collection and more.
Let’s roll out the list then.
10) Ullasa Utsaha (2009)
- This one was the first instance of Yami Gautam swapping TV screens for the movie arena.
- The movie was based on Kannada language and featured a story of an irresponsible young man in love with a girl (portrayed by Yami Gautam).
- It was a remake of Telugu Film Ullasamga Utsahamga.
9) Yuddham (2014)
- This one is a Telugu language based drama film directed by Bharathi Ganesh.
- The movie had Yami Gautam and Tarun Kumar in leads while the supporting cast was played by Bhramanandan, Chandra Mohan, Srihari, Ashish Vidyarthi and more.
8) Gouravam (2013)
- This movie was themed on drama and was simultaneously made into Telugu and Tamil languages.
- The movie was directed by Radha Mohan and was based on the issue of honor killing.
- The movie featured Allu Sirish, the brother of stylish superstar Allu Arjun and Yami Gautam as the major leads. Prakash Raj played an effective part in the movie.
- The movie was met with mixed reviews from critics and viewers alike.
7) Courier Boy Kalyan (2015)
- The movie was a Telugu-language romantic thriller themed directed by Premsai.
- The movie had Nitin and Yami Gautam in the lead and featured a host of supporting cast like Ashutosh Rana and Brahmanandan.
- It was simultaneously shot in the Tamil language along with this one.
- The movie was produced by Gautam Menon for the banner Photon Kathaas and Gurufilms.
6) Total Siyappa (2014)
- This one was a romantic comedy film directed by E. Nivas and was written by Neeraj Pandey and featured Yami Gautam alongside Ali Zafar.
- The movie has Anupam Kher and Kiron Kher plying atrade as the supporting cast.
- It did quite well at the box office although the critics had their fair share of criticism.
5) Action Jackson (2014)
- An action comedy themed movie, this one was directed by Prabhu Deva and featured ahost of actors.
- The major lead of the movie was Ajay Devgan where he featured in dual roles. The female leads were played by Sonakshi Sinha, Yami Gautam, and Manasvi Mamgai.
- The movie fared pretty well at the box office.
4) Badlapur (2015)
- A psychological thriller movie by Sriram Raghavan, this one was a peach of a movie.
- It featured Varun Dhawan and Nawazuddin Siddiqui as the leads with Huma Qureshi, Yami Gautam, Radhika Apte, Vinay Pathak and more in supporting cast.
- The movie grossed a healthy slice of money at the box office and was judged as a major success.
3) Junooniyat (2016)
- Another instance of Yami Gautam and Pulkit Samrat working together, this movie made the round earlier this year.
- The movie was directed by Vivek Agnihotri and was produced under the banner of T-Series.
- The movie had not so satisfying run at the theaters.
2) Sanam Re (2016)
- This movie themed on romantic drama and featured Pulkit Samrat, Yami Gautama and Urvashi Rautela as the leads.
- The movie was directed by Divya Khosla Kumar and was produced by Bhushan
- The movie largely centered on the love and the consequences regarding it. It fared great at the box office charts and was declared a hit.
1) Vicky Donor (2012)
- Well, the top of the table belongs to the firm favorite movie of Yami Gautam, ‘Vicky Donor’.
- The first instance of Yami Gautam into Bollywood, this movie was lauded as a major critical and commercial success.
- The movie featured Ayushmann Khurrana and Anu Kapoor in the leads beside Yami Gautam.
- The movie was produced by John Abraham and was directed by Shoojit Sircar.
- The movie dealt with a storyline based on sperm donation and infertility and was loosely based on Canadian French Film ‘Starbucks’.
- It earned the title of ‘National Award for Best Popular Movie Providing Wholesome Entertainment’ at the 60th National Film Awards.
Yami Gautam and done really well to carve a career as one of the mainstream Bollywood Diva and we hope long may it continue. So, what’s your pick of the bunch among these movies? Share with us down below in the comment box and let us know about it.