5 Bollywood Actors Who Feel More Satisfied With Them Now Than Their Debut Image

Laavanya Hien |Jul 21, 2019

There are a number of actors who make themselves a perfect fit for the current Bollywood than they used to be in their starting times. Here are five Bollywood actors that we’re talking about.

Bollywood industry is currently experiencing a considerable transformation from fatigued storylines and stereotypes to the fresh and new content.

And, Bollywood actors are the ones who should be thankful for these massive changes because they are in need of roles and characters in films with fresher dimensions to challenge their potential. Moreover, this transformation also helps them to discover their own entire range.

Consequently, there are a number of actors who make themselves a perfect fit for the current Bollywood than they used to be in their starting times. Here are five Bollywood actors that we’re talking about.


Tabu Bollywood actors
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Actress Tabu made her debut in the Dev Anand directorial Hum Naujawan. After that, she kept on to consolidate her name in the movie industry and became one of Bollywood’s most popular actresses during the 90s.

Through the years, she has demonstrated to be the star who makes a great attempt in looking for meaty roles. While, in fact, those refreshing roles are often written for the current B-Town’s actresses, Tabu appears to be a more suitable fit than she was in the times she started her careers.

Saif Ali Khan

Saif Ali Khan
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Saif Ali Khan forayed into the big screen with the 1993 movie Aashiq Awaara. Within that time, the 48-year-old actor experiences a lot of ups and downs in his career.

Though he still tried his best to be suitable or even become more popular, it seemed uncomfortable for him to be responsible for performing Hindi movie hero stuff. However, it was not until the above-mentioned transformation in Bollywood films, his career began to bloom.

The fresh content in B-Town now is a good reflection of his tastes and sensibilities, which makes him gain ever-increasing attention from both audiences and media. Moreover, with his reputation at the contemporary time, Saif Ali Khan has proved that he had already been underrated in the position of an actor.

This is to say, he makes himself a good fit for B-Town now than when he had the first on-screen appearance.

Emraan Hashmi

Emraan Hashmi
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Emraan Hashmi first featured in the 2004 thriller erotic film Murder directed by Anurag Basu. This was also the time he was much known as the Bollywood’s instant sensation and serial kisser.

But, it had made him do movies wherein it was really complicated to distinguish himself from each other because he appeared to be performing the same kind of characters in different films. That’s why we needed a lot of time to eventually separate that his performance could go beyond kissing pivotal ladies.

Since the content in Bollywood movies changed, Emraan Hashmi has confessed that he should be a part for the time being rather than things he had done before. In addition, he also feels happier and more comfortable about what he is doing now.

Rishi Kapoor

Rishi Kapoor
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Actor Rishi Kapoor first appeared in the movie 1973 which was a super hit and did exceedingly at the ticket run. He then won the notable title “The Best Actor” in Filmfare Award. Since then, he enjoyed many years of superstardom and he was called “undisputed chocolate boy” by female fans.

However, it was not until 2012 that the Karan Malhotra directorial Agneepath disclosed an actor who was covered by gloss and stardom. Since then, the actor has overwhelmingly impressed us with his acting skill. This is to say, Rishi Kapoor feels more satisfied in Bollywood now than the time he was most successful.

Akshay Khanna

Akshaye Khanna
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Akshay Khanna is also one of the most noticeable Bollywood actors who prefer the kind of content in B-Town now to the one at his times in the earlier eras. First appeared in the year of 1997 with the movie Himalay Putra, he has been criminally underrated and kept on to go through many ups and downs throughout his career.

He then began to attract some more attention with the Farhan Akhtar directorial Dil Chahta Hai; however, he did not receive any credit he deserved. It took him until now to be appreciated with impressive performances in such movies as Ittefaq and Mon.


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