Uday Chopra: We did a double take when we saw this snapshot of Uday Chopra. The Dhoom franchise actor looked a far cry from his usual hunky self with grey hair. Aditya Chopra's brother seems to have let himself go. He was papped while exiting Emraan Hashmi's home in Bandra. Uday, who is based in the US, looks after the home banner's international division. He used to be active on Twitter with his sharp-witted posts, but for a while now he has steered clear of social networking. Last seen on the big screen in Dhoom 3 (2013), he found himself in the news due to his rumoured relationship with Nargis Fakhri. Buzz is that they have split
Harman Baweja: The actor, who is best remembered as the lookalike of Hrithik Roshan, became a trending topic after his recent pictures surfaced online. Harman Baweja made his Bollywood debut opposite Priyanka Chopra in his father Harry Baweja's film 'Love 2050' eight years ago. The film, however, proved to be a box office dud. His other films 'Victory' (2009) and 'What's Your Raashee?' (2009) tanked as well. After a string of flops, Harman Baweja was supposed to be relaunched in Bollywood by his father Harry Baweja last year. We wonder what's happening on that front
Chandrachur Singh: He breezed into Bollywood in 1996 with two successful films - 'Maachis' and 'Tere Mere Sapne'. He proved his versatility by playing a militant in off-beat serious drama 'Maachis', about militancy in Punjab, and an NRI who falls in love with a desi girl in romantic comedy 'Tere Mere Sapne'. Later in 'Josh' and 'Kya Kehna' he was seen romancing Aishwarya Rai and Preeti Zinta respectively. After 2001 release 'Aamdani Atthani Kharcha Rupaiyaa' the actor suffered health problems and has been out of action
Fardeen Khan: He made his Bollywood debut with 'Prem Aggan' in 1998. Fardeen, however, has been missing in action for quite a while. In fact his last release was the 2010 flop 'Dulha Mil Gaya' in 2010
Jugal Hansraj: Jugal Hansraj started his career in showbiz as a child artiste in the 1983 film 'Masoom', which starred Naseeruddin Shah and Shabana Azmi. His first film as an adult was 'Aa Gale Lag Jaa' (1994), where he was paired with Urmila Matondkar, who incidentally played his sister in his first film 'Masoom'. The actor's stint as writer and director came with the 2008 computer-animated film 'Roadside Romeo' which was produced jointly by Yash Raj Films and Walt Disney Studios. The 'Pyaar Impossible' director has always kept his personal life private. He married his girlfriend Jasmine in a private ceremony in Michigan in 2014
Ayub Khan: Being Dilip Kumar's nephew gave Ayub an easy entry into Bollywood. However, while he possessed good looks, his acting skills couldn't match up to the same. He debuted with Mashooq (1992) and went on to star in Salaam (1994) and Khilona (1996) none of which could set the box office on fire in an era where the three other Khans were ruling the roost
Rahul Roy: It was 27 years ago that actor Rahul Roy shot to fame with his blockbuster film, Aashiqui. His subsequent attempts at a comeback - To Be Or Not To Be in 2013 - went rather unnoticed. The former Bigg Boss winner has apparently launched his own production house now and will release a film starring himself
Kumar Gaurav: Manoj Tuli, better known as Kumar Gaurav, acted in several films such as 'Love Story', 'Teri Kasam' and 'Kaante'. Gaurav married Namrata Dutt, daughter of Sunil Dutt and Nargis and sister of Sanjay Dutt
Sharad Kapoor: He made a mark with his film 'Dastak' co-starring Mukul Dev and Sushmita Sen. He went on to act in films like 'Lakshya' and 'Josh'
Mukul Dev: Remember Mukul Dev? The actor worked in several films like 'Dastak', 'Mere Do Anmol Ratan' and most recently 'Bhaag Johny'
Zayed Khan: He made his Bollywood debut opposite Esha Deol in 'Chura Liyaa Hai Tumne' in 2003. He starred in several films there on that failed to set the cash registers ringing at the box office. He was last seen in 'Sharafat Gayi Tel Lene' in 2015