When you belong to a family of Bollywood stars, the pressure to perform at the Box Office is immense. Arjun Kapoor is one such actor who has stood strong despite being quite non-conventional in his movie choices.

His long list of star cousins include Sonam Kapoor, Rhea Kapoor, Harshawardhan Kapoor and the likes while his dad Boney Kapoor enjoys the status of a reputed and credible Film producer in the industry. Arjun's Bollywood debut was with Habib Faisal's acclaimed "Ishaqzaade" in 2012 where he played a macho man full of emotions and since then he has not looked back.

He received accolades for his rustic performance in his debut itself and won millions of hearts, making girls across India swoon to his stubble look. Post Ishaqzaade Arjun worked in a total of 5 films namely Tevar, Finding Fanny, 2 States, Gunday and the Box office dud Aurangzeb. All in all his entire journey has been fresh and entertaining.

As he completes 3 years in the industry he has been trending on the social networking website Twitter with the hashtag #3yearsofArjunKapoor and even he tweeted about his 3rd Bollywood anniversary.

In this 3 year long journey Arjun has worked with an array of actresses, but his most appreciated pairing remains with Parineeti Chopra in Ishaqzaade and Alia Bhatt in 2 States.

2 States showed the audience a completely different side of Arjun where he played a college boy madly in love with a girl from a different caste than his own and who went on to conquer his love.

Seems like hard work has paid off for Arjun Kapoor since he did have a complete 360º change to his persona before he joined the movie business.

Before his Bollywood journey started he was a bulky geeky looking college kid. What's more commendable is that he has somehow managed to stay away from the shadow of his producer father Boney Kapoor and his superstar uncle Anil Kapoor, and has created a league and a persona of his own which is today loved by millions.

All we can say is all the best Arjun for the future innings and continue to entertain us like always and more.