LoveYatri: Directed by Abhiraj Minawala, the movie marks the Hindi film debut of Salman Khan's brother-in-law Aayush Sharma and Warina Hussain. LoveYatri is a love story which revolves around nine days of Navratri festival. It will release on October 5.
Mirzya: Harshvardhan Kapoor (son of Anil Kapoor) and Saiyami Kher make their Bollywood debut with Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra's Mirzya (2016). The film is an epic romance drama inspired by the Punjabi folklore of Mirza-Sahiban.
Hero: Bollywood superstar Salman Khan launched the star kids Sooraj Pancholi and Athiya Shetty in his production Hero (2015). This remake looks like it belongs to an era before the original Hero starring Jackie Shroff and Meenakshi Seshadri. Not much thought has been put into the screenplay and a convoluted story flouting logic works against the film. The best thing comes at the end. When you see Salman Khan crooning Main Hoon Hero Tera. You wish some of that easy charm had rubbed off on the film.
Tarzaan: The Wonder Car: Hardly anyone remembers that Ayesha Takia and Vatsal Seth made their Bollywood debut in 2004 with this Abbas-Mustan's romantic thriller. We wouldn't blame them!
Qaidi Band: Aadar Jain, who is the brother of Armaan Jain made his Bollywood debut opposite Anya Singh in the film Qaidi Band (2017), which deals with the topic of inmates forming a band to rebel against authorities.
Sanam Teri Kasam: The film (2016) marks the Bollywood debut of Harshvardhan Rane and Pakistani actress Mawra Hocane. There are some rare tender moments between the two, and you wish the entire movie was executed in the same vein. The lead couple looked promising but are unfortunately saddled with unimaginative characterisation.
Laila Majnu: Directed by Imtiaz Ali, Tripti Dimri and Avinash Tiwary are all set for their Bollywood debut together with this film. The story revolves around the iconic lovebirds Laila and Majnu, but in Imtiaz Ali style. The film is slated to release on September 7, 2018.
Bekhudi: The love story released in 1992 was the debut of Kajol, who went on to become one of Hindi cinema's finest actresses. Starring opposite her was another newcomer Kamal Sadanah, son of filmmaker Brij Sadanah.
Raja Ki Aayegi Baraat: This 1997 film marked the debut of Rani Mukerji and Shadaab Khan, son of legendary actor Amjad Khan. Rani plays a rape victim in the film, who ends up marrying her rapist following a court verdict.
Prem Aggan: Feroz Khan launched his son Fardeen Khan opposite another debutant Meghna Kothari in this 1998 romantic flick.
Himalay Putra: Akshaye Khanna entered Bollywood in 1997 with this romantic tale produced by his father Vinod Khanna. The heroine opposite him was another debutant Anjala Zaveri.
Painter Babu: This relatively unknown film released in 1983 introduced the ravishing Meenakshi Sheshadri and Rajiv Goswami, Manoj Kumar's brother.
Faasle: This 1985 Yash Raj flick marked the debut of Farha Naaz and Rohan Kapoor's son of singer Mahendra Kapoor. Faasle, which dealt with the issue of a generation gap, had a grand star cast, which included Sunil Dutt, Rekha, Farooq Shaikh and Deepti Naval, but was a massive box-office disaster.
Jawaani: A forgettable film released in 1984 was the debut of the attractive Neelam Kothari and Karan Shah (Tina Munim's nephew).
Sultanat: Mukul Anand's multi-starrer action-drama launched Juhi Chawla and Karan Kapoor (son of Shashi Kapoor). It was also the first time Dharmendra was seen alongside son Sunny Deol. Bollywood late actress Sridevi was the other big name in the film.
Love in Simla: A musical with humour, the 1960 movie marked the debut of Joy Mukherjee and Sadhana, who went on to become one of the most successful heroines of her time.
Geet Gaya Patharon Ne: Directed by the legendary V. Shantaram, the movie introduced the filmmaker's daughter Rajshree as well as Jumping Jack Jeetendra.
Sawan Bhadon: The 1970 family drama saw a completely naive Rekha making her debut opposite Navin Nischol, a gold medallist from the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII).
Jaan Tere Naam: Now a popular face on television, Ronit Roy entered Bollywood with this 1992 college romance. His heroine in the film was also a debutant named Farheen, who is now married to ex-cricketer Manoj Prabhakar.
Dastak: Sushmita Sen reprised her real-life role of a beauty queen in her debut movie 1996. Opposite her was Mukul Dev, who was a popular face on television then.
Wedding Pullav: Newcomers Anushka Ranjan and Diganth Manchale make their Bollywood debut in Wedding Pullav (2015), a film produced by Anushka's parents Shashi and Anu Ranjan. If you are expecting novelty, go to the next screen. With Wedding Pullav, all you get is predictability mixed with unpalatable execution. With no distinct taste or flavour, this film makes for a huge disappointment - an indigestible pullav. Pic/YouTube
Aayush Sharma and Warina Hussain are all set to make their Bollywood debut with LoveYatri. The film is a love saga, that revolves around Navratri Festival. Here's the lowdown on the other Bollywood actors who made their debuts together.
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