Nostalgia! Bollywood Child Actors We Loved Looks Like This Now
From ‘Karishma Ka Karishma’ to ‘Shaka Laka Boom Boom’, we loved watching daily soaps when we were kids. The type of content we have sen at our time, unfortunately, it is not the same now. Well, let’s have a look at the amazing performers we saw at our time. Their cute smiles really melted out hearts then and will definately make us smile even now.
This cute little sardar kid won our hearts in Kuch Kuch Hota Hai with his star-counting antics and solo dialogue, “tussi ja rahe ho, tussi na jao”. One will never forget his ‘star-counting’. Other than this movie, he was seen in some more. In 2009, at the age of 17, he bagged his first lead role in Piyush Jha’s, Sikandar.
Making us wonder that dreams do come true, Kinshuk created magic with his pencil in Shaka Laka Boom Boom. And gradually he just vanished from our eyes. And now when we saw him after almost a decade in 2016. His comeback with a soap opera, he was already an adult in his late 20s. Oh, we miss the cleverness and innocence in Sanju.
This baby truly adored us all with her cute smile and twinkling eyes in the role of Angel in Heyy Babyy. The character was played by one-year-old Juanna Sanghvi who made her audiences smile every time she smiled. Well, she never came back after that no matter how badly we wanted, we never got to see her again.
Jhanak Shukla, who played the role of the blue-eyed human-robot in the Indian remake of Small Wonder, had a very short stint as an actor. At the age of 7, she gave two of the most remarkable performances of her life- as Karishma in Karishma Kaa Karishma and as Preity Zinta’s step-sister Jia in Kal Ho Naa Ho. Jhanak soon felt that Bollywood was taking too much of her time. So she quit acting to concentrate on her studies.
She played the role of Kajol’s bubbly sister Chutki in Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge and the wild child Munna in King Uncle. We’re yet to see Pooja Ruparel on the big screen again.
He stole our hearts when he lip-synced to the national anthem in his British-Indian accent in Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham. However, SRK’s on-screen son couldn’t make it big in the industry despite his cute looks. Now guess what, if rumours to be believed, now Jibraan is assisting Ayan Mukerji in Karan Johar’s Brahmastra.
Do you guys miss them too?