Today we are covering Amar Upadhyay, the man who immortalized the iconic Mihir Virani. For the first time a TV serial had made it on the billboards of the city, and Amar Upadhyay was the leading man of that. Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi was the renaissance of Indian television.
Today we are covering the very pretty, Tara Sharma. The John Abraham starrer was based on paranormal experiences of a young doctor after the passing away of his wife. It's interesting to note that Tara's debut was also a grand one.
Today we are covering the paragon of beauty, Sushmita Sen. The world came to know about Sushmita Sen on May 21st, 1994 when, she won the prestigious crown of Miss Universe in the beautiful city of Pasay in Philippines. To enter Bollywood was inevitable for beauty pageant winners.
Today we are covering Love Story 2050’s debutant, Harman Baweja. A lot of expectations were built around the director's kid, his sci-fi movie skirting the utopian future-city of Mumbai failed miserably at the box office. An average cine-lover had heard his name enough times, way before he marked his debut, and one may credit that part of his fame to his much-gossiped romance with the very accomplished star, Priyanka Chopra that had flourished during the making of Love Story 2050.
Today we are covering Ram Gopal Varma’s blue eyes girl from the early 2000s, Antara Mali’s life away from limelight. Before being spotted as Vivek's love interest in Company, Antara had appeared in movies like Urf Professor, Khiladi 420, and Mast. Antara's debut, however, was in the 1998 movie Dhoondte Reh Jaoge, in which she had starred opposite Amar Upaddhyay.
Today we are covering Shahid Kapoor’s Vivaah co-star, Amrita Rao’s life away from limelight. Let us know in the comment section, if there is any star, you want us to dig out from the black hole of Bollywood sanyas. Three movies that changed Shahid Kapoor's career graph are Kabir Singh, Jab We Met and Vivaah. The perfect journey from engagement to marriage in an arrange marriage environment also featured Amrita Rao who was perfect in her portrayal of a small town girl - coy, nervous, and the atypical of a Rajshri Production.
Today we are covering the Damini fame, Meenakshi Seshadri and her journey after Bollywood. Let us know in the comment section, if there is any star, you want us to dig out from the black hole of Bollywood sanyas. Damini was one of the biggest hits of its time. One of the highest grossing of 1993, Damini is also remembered for Meenakshi Seshadri’s unparalleled performance, which, without a doubt, was the best of her career.
Today we are covering the original Ashiqui girl, Anu Agarwal and her journey after Bollywood. After a string of embarrassing releases, Anu went missing from the industry, and nothing was heard or written of her for the longest time. A similar fate hunted down her co-debutant, Rahul Roy too.
Today we are covering Papa Kehte Hain fame, Mayuri Kango and her journey after Bollywood. Let us know in the comment section, if there is any star, you want us to dig out from the black hole of Bollywood sanyas. Though her movies tanked at the box-office, Mayuri Kango, popularly recognized as the blue-eyed girl from the song ‘Ghar se nikal te hi’ became an over-night sensation in the mid-nineties after working in Papa Kehte Hain opposite ‘Masoom’ fame, Jugal Hansraj.