Fawad Khan and Humaima Malik Top The List For Best Bollywood Newcomer
As we bid farewell to 2014, we cannot help but look back at some of the emotional, action-packed deliveries by some of our favorite Bollywood new actors!
Starting off with the talented Fawad Khan who topped the list of 2014’s most promising new comer, enchanted the masses with his stellar performance in Disney’s ‘Khooburat’; the world watched with sighs of delight as he romanced the beautiful Sonam Kapoor with the chemistry between them practically sparking off the screens. The endearing love story was declared an unofficial hit and cherry on the top was Fawad winning ‘Best Bollywood Debut’ at the prestigious ‘Masala Awards 2014’.
Not far behind, the striking Humaima Malik saunters along. Despite the fact that her debut film, Kunal Deshmukh’s ‘Raja Natwarlal’ did not receive much attention and was labeled dull, uninspiring and thoughtless, Humaima appeared stunning and charmed the audience, she was also the winner of ‘Best Bollywood Breakthrough Artist’.
The dramatic film ‘Mary Kom’ featured relatively new face, Darshan Kumar. Audience responded enthusiastically to the new actor and it may be predicted that he will be a common favorite in the coming future. Launched by renowned Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Darshan was utterly ecstatic at landing the coveted lead role and earning the chance to work with extraordinary actress Priyanka Chopra. Some dreams really do come true!
In the hair-raising, crime thriller ‘Mardaani’, we encountered Tahir Bhasin and were blown away by his stellar role as the antagonist. Acting alongside Rani Mukerji, Tahir received due appreciation, including a tweet by Aamir Khan, who had stated “Saw Mardaani yesterday (Sunday)! Must watch, it can happen to anyone! Rani is superb. And so is the new actor who plays the villain, Tahir Raj Bhasin.”
We cannot forget Patralekha’s jaw-dropping performance in Hansal Mehta’s hit movie ‘Citylights’. A touching, truthful film, the actress was highly praised for tackling her role, which required illustrating the turmoil’s of a city-dwelling couple, with superb skill.
Other notable feats included Barbie Handa’s sensual scenes in ‘Zid’, the electrifying performance of Surveen Chawla in the film ‘Hate Story 2’ and of course, Tiger Shroff’s exhilarating acting in in Sajid Nadiadwala’s ‘Heropanti’.
Overall, Indian entertainment industry in 2014 encountered several new faces with whom they laughed, cried and reminisced but no doubt Pakistani newcomers were the highlight of the year and we will no doubt be meeting them again in 2015!
Published on DesiFreeTV.com
Author – Rabia Ahmed