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From Amrita Rao to Shamita Shetty; these actresses witnessed a short period of success in Bollywood

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Bollywood industry is one the toughest industry as it can raise the artist high as well as sink them aswell. Today we have brought the five actresses of Bollywood, whose career got no achievements which made them to leave Bollywood.

1. Ayesha Takia
Taarzan starrer Ayesha Takia entered bollywood in 2004. After that the actress did a bunch of films but it dint turned out well at the Box Office. The actress made a comeback with Salman Khan’s Wanted and Shahid Kapoor’s Paathshala, but after the actress got married to Farhan Azmi, Ayesha quit Bollywood.

2. Amrita Rao
Amrita Rao entered Bollywood Ab Ke Baras in 2002, after that the actress did Ishq Vishq with Shahid Kapoor which was a huge hit in the industry during that time. The actress was last seen in Thackeray into a pivotal role. After that the actress is currently focussing on family.


3. Twinkle Khanna
Daughter of Rajesh Khanna, Twinkle Khanna started her acting career back in 1995 with Barsaat, Twinkle Khanna quit acting in 2001. After the actress got married to Akshay Kumar, Twinkle never returned to her acting career. Her last movie was Love Ke Liye Kuch Bhi Karega.

4. Gracy Singh
Lagaan and Munnabhai MBBS fame Gracy Shah
made her acting debut back in 1999 with Anil Kapoor’s “Hum Aapke Dil Me Rahte Hai”. She was last seen in the movie Love Ke Blue Mountains which was released in 2017. Although she is active in Bollywood her career is not that much decorated as everyone expected.

5. Shamita Shetty
Shamita Shetty was introduced by Yash Raj Chopra Films in Mohabbtein in 2000. She won the IIFA award for best star debut for playing Ishika in the movie. However, despite having a great launch, her career could not take the flight that she desired. The actress is currently locked up in the Bigg Boss 15 house and gained the finalist position.

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