Every year we see some new faces making their presence felt over the silver screen. However, a few just come once and disapper without making any mark over the B Town films. The year of 2014 and 2015 is no exception as these years have witnessed one of the most promising young men and women joining the bandwagon of B Town stars by making their mark in their debut movies. Some are star kids, while others have carved their niche hard to see their entry into Bollywood. Now, let’s check some top Bollywood debutants of 2014 and 2015 as under:
This young boy remained in the media discussion after his movie – Heropanti release. Sajid Nadiadwala was the man to launch him over the silver screen giving a decent debut in B Town. He is known to be a striking face in Bollywood with good acting sense and great body. His dance and action skills are often compared to the Greek God of Bollywood – Hrithik Roshan. He roared with his performance getting him three awards in the debut category. His upcoming films are Baaghi: A Rebel For Love and Flying Jat, which will be released next year.
From being a dancer at the background to the lead actress in Salman Khan starrer film called Jai Ho, Daisy has come a long way. For her its a fairy tale to cover that gap so soon. Though this appears to be the script of the Aamir Khan starrer film Rangeela, but it seems true for her. She was also assistant choreographer to Ganesh Acharya for a couple of south Indian films. With her performance in Jai Ho, she was able to impress the audience and critics. She will be seen in movies like Spark and Hate Story 3, which are announced recently.
He is a known face and poster boy of our neighboring country Pakistan in the world of music and movies. With his couple of TV shows and Pak movies, he has impressed the audience and lucky enough to have a huge female fan following. Considering his popularity and good acting skills, he was the lead cast in opposite to Sonam Kapoor in the 2014 movie called Khoobsoorat. He is doing his next B Town film called Kapoor & Sons.
She is a star kid and her name explains the same. Yes, she is the daughter of Sunil Shetty the Anna of B Town movies. All these years, she has kept low profile till she was backed by Salman Khan for the remake of 1984 film called Hero in opposite another debutant Suraj Pancholi. She will be reprising the role of Meenakshi Sheshadri of the original film Hero. The experts are expecting a good launch of this star kid with the remake of a classic film Hero.
He is yet another addition to B Town from Pakistan Film and Creative world. He did his debut in opposite to the dusky beauty of B Town called Bipasha Basu. Even before his movie hit the theatres, he was seen making headlines over the tabloids in the B Town. The rumor mills kept on bringing out a number of rumors about his alleged affair with Bips, which turned a farce thing.
Sara Khan managed to gain popularity with her TV show called Sapna Babul Ka along with a couple of others like Bidaai, Junoon, etc. She was also surrounded with a controversy of getting married and divorce during her participation in Bigg Boss. Keeping all these issues aside, she is back making headlines for her film Total Siyappa opposite Ali Zafar.