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Tom Cruise birthday special: His best films so far (see pics)

New Delhi: The king of million hearts across the globe, Tom Cruise is celebrating his 51st birthday today.Ever since exploding onto the scene in 1980s, Tom Cruise has remained one of the most popular actors

India TV Entertainment Desk [ Updated: July 05, 2014 18:10 IST ]
tom cruise birthday special his best films so far see pics
tom cruise birthday special his best films so far see pics

New Delhi: The king of million hearts across the globe, Tom Cruise is celebrating his 51st birthday today.


Ever since exploding onto the scene in 1980s, Tom Cruise has remained one of the most popular actors in Hollywood.

 His personal life might be constantly messed up, but in theaters Cruise still manages to keep us entertained.

Whether he is shooting down in Russian MIGs, running from or towards danger, or just being handsome and charming, Tom Cruise rarely disappoints.

From his early acting debut with 'Risky Business' and 'Top Gun' to 90s classic like 'A Few Good Men to Respect', to recent favourites Mission Impossible series, Tom cruise has always entertained people with his style and charm.

 On the occasion of his 51st birthday, we have picked out his best movies from his prolific career. If you are a die-heart fan of Tom Cruise then have a look at his best movies so far.



 1. Top Gun- Released in 1986, 'Top Gun' is the first most successful movie of Tom Cruise. This bombastic military movie starred Tom Cruise as Pete "Maverick" Mitchell.

Along with his partner, Goose and Maverick is sent to an elite fighter pilot school called Top Gun designed to take the best pilots and make them even bester.

 No movie banked harder on Cruise's talent for playing hotheaded, attractive charming heroes with simple yet engaging character.



2.  Born on the Fourth of July
- He earned positive reviews for his role in ‘Rain Man' but for many people, Tom Cruise was little more than the pretty faced.

With 1989's ‘Born on the Fourth of July', Cruise shocked everyone by delivering the most harrowing performance to that point in his career, committing so deeply to his portrayal of paralyzed Vietnam vet Ron Kovic.

 Not all critics loved ‘Fourth of July', but those who found fault with the film generally took issue with direction. Cruise's work received almost universal raves.

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