12 child artistes from Bollywood films who turned into beautiful divas

Sep 22, 2018, 19:00 IST
  • 12 child artistes from Bollywood films who turned into beautiful divas

    Konkona Sen Sharma: She first faced the camera as a four-year-old in the 1983 Bengali film Indira, which starred her mother Aparna Sen. Today, she is among the most critically-acclaimed actresses in Bollywood. In 2017, Konkona Sen Sharma's directorial debut film A Death in the Gunj was released and she won the Filmfare Award for Best Debut Director. The actress has also been a part of the critically acclaimed Lipstick Under My Burkha in the same year which won her numerous international awards. Konkona first gained attention with the English-language film Mr. and Mrs. Iyer (2002), which was directed by her mother, Aparna Sen, and received the National Film Award for Best Actress for her performance in the film.

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    Sana Saeed: She played the role of Tanya Israni in Student Of The Year (2012), but is still more famous for her portrayal of SRK's adorable daughter Anjali in Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (1998). Sana has also featured in television soaps like Babul Ka Aangann Chootey Na and Lo Ho Gayi Pooja Iss Ghar Ki, and was part of Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa (season 6). Sana Saeed last appeared in Zee TV's talk show Juzz Baatt (May 2018) as a guest along with Adnan Khan, Arjit Taneja and Karan Jotwani.

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    Urmila Matondkar: She was lovable as Pinky, the elder daughter of Shabana Azmi and Naseeruddin Shah in the classic Masoom (1983). A decade or so later, she took Bollywood by storm, playing the sensuous diva in Rangeela (1995). She is now away from the limelight as she is happily married to Mohsin Akhtar Mir.

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    Alia Bhatt: She played the role of the little Preity Zinta in the 1999 crime thriller Sangharsh, when she was just six. Alia made a promising debut in Student Of The Year (2012) and is currently one of the A-listers in Bollywood. Now, Alia Bhatt is one of the highest-paid actresses in India. Not only this, but she has also appeared in Forbes India's Celebrity 100 list since 2014 and was featured by Forbes Asia in their 30 Under 30 list of 2017.

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    Hansika Motwani: She played Hrithik Roshan's little friend in Koi... Mil Gaya (2003). She made her Bollywood debut as the female lead in Aap Ka Surroor (2007) opposite Himesh Reshammiya. Hansika is currently one of the top actresses in Tamil film industry. A very must be aware that Hansika Motwani is involved in many philanthropic activities. The actress provides monetary support for the education of 25 underprivileged children and also takes care of the medical needs of 10 women affected with breast cancer. She has also been the brand Ambassador of 'Chennai turns Pink', an awareness program to create breast cancer awareness among urban women.

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    Pooja Ruparel: Best remembered as Chutki from Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge (1995), and also her role in King Uncle she was part of Anil Kapoor's desi version of the international series 24 on Colors. However, the actress is now into stand-up comedy and is doing very well for her.

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    Ayesha Takia: Remember the little girl who appeared on our TV screens during the early '90s and proclaimed "I am Complan Girl?" She was none other than Ayesha Takia. Today, she looks as stunning as anyone in B-Town. Married to politician Abu Azmi's son Farhan Azmi, Ayesha also has a four-year-old son, Mikail Azmi. 

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    Ankita Jhaveri: The original 'Rasna' girl has gone on to become a popular star down south, having worked in Tamil, Telugu and Kannada films. 

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    Amrita Prakash: As a child artist, she made her mark as Milli in 'Tum Bin' (2001) and in the Malayalam film 'Manjupoloru Penkutti' (2004). As a grown-up artist, her first proper role was in the TV show 'Har Ghar Kuch Kehta Hai' (2008) as Sanskriti Thakral. She has also anchored reality shows.

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    Malvika Raaj: The girl who played the young Kareena Kapoor in 'Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham' (2001), was a Femina Miss India contestant in 2010, and is now a full-time model and has also been a national level football player.

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    Tabu: She played Dev Anand's teenage daughter in the film 'Hum Naujawan' (1985), and went on to become a highly rated actress in Bollywood with critically acclaimed movies to her credit.

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    Shruti Haasan: The barely visible figure on the left is indeed that of Kamal Haasan's daughter. She had a brief role in her father's controversial 2000 film 'Hey Ram', as Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel's daughter. Shruti Haasan made her debut as a lead actress in 'Luck' (2009) and has done films in Bollywood as well as South Indian film industry.

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Remember Konkana Sen Sharma, who started her Bollywood career by playing the role of a journalist in Madhur Bhandarkar's Page 3? The actress turns 39 on December 3, started her career into the world of showbiz at a very tender age. 

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