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His performance in the film received positive reviews; Taran Adarsh wrote, "D wouldn't be what it is without Randeep.He changes his expressions like a chameleon changes colors and that's where he scores." Sudish Kamath of The Hindu compared his screen presence to that of Amitabh Bachchan and wrote that despite his limited screen time, "[he] chews the scenery around him with [...] his baritone firing away dialogue as if he were born to play this role." Hooda too attributed his subsequent success to the film saying that his professional prospects really changed after the role.My uncles were drivers and I thought of those times and people around me." Garauv Malani wrote, "Randeep Hooda plays the best character of his career so far and gets immense scope to show his performance prowess.The passion, obsession, emotions and expressions he brings to his character is simply outstanding." Hooda's first film in 2012 was Kunal Deshmukh's crime thriller Jannat 2, a sequel to Jannat (2008).
He then appeared in a spate of critically and commercially unsuccessful projects.
Hooda also featured in the thriller John Day, alongside Naseeruddin Shah.
He also appeared alongside Rani Mukerji and Saqib Saleem in a segment directed by Karan Johar for the anthology film Bombay Talkies.
Hooda later developed an interest in theatre and participated in school productions, one of which he directed.
In an interview with Rediff.com, he said he enjoyed appearing in front of people. After completing his schooling, Hooda moved to Melbourne, Australia, in 1995, where he studied for a bachelor's degree in marketing and a master's degree in business management and human resource management.
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However, his family wanted him to become a doctor and he was transferred to Delhi Public School, R. Hooda made his acting debut in Mira Nair's film Monsoon Wedding (2001), playing a non-resident Indian from Australia.