The year 2018 has witnessed an induction of heaps of young talent into Bollywood. Several far-famed star youngsters including Janhvi Kapoor, Ishaan Khatter, Sara Ali Khan tried their luck on the silver screen amid the favouritism discussion. There was additionally no dearth of in style faces from alternative industries like Dulquer Salmaan from south cinema and Radhika Madan and Mouni Roy from television who took the plunge in the film industry. Here are the new members of the Hindi screenland and the way they fared in their debuts.
Janhvi Kapoor made her Bollywood debut in bittersweet circumstances. Her first film came out months after the death of her mother, actor Sridevi. The star kid had a special connection with the audience -- they not just waited to witness her acting talent but to also look for traces of her late mother. While the moviegoers could not ignore her peculiar accent in the trailer, her fresh face and her slight resemblance with Sridevi did enough to pull them to the theatres.
Ishaan Khatter solely has appreciation coming his way and has been accepted by the moviegoers for his talent. The son of actor Neelima Azeem and brother of actor Shahid Kapoor made his debut with Majid Majidi’s Beyond The Clouds, that was followed by his additional industrial film Dhadak. His acting ability has been punctually noted by the critics and therefore the audience.
Aayush Sharma had the perfect launch a debutant will hope for. The brother-in-law of Salman Khan made his debut in a love story however the film didn't enthuse both the critics and therefore the fans... Not only did the film fall flat due to an unimpressive script and poor direction, but Aayush’s acting skills were also questioned.
Warina Hussain is among the chosen few launched by Salman Khan in the film industry opposite Aayush. Whereas he couldn't impress the moviegoers, Warina did grab attention for her contemporary face and glam attractiveness. Sadly, she was as uninformed as her co-star within the film.
Mouni Roy is one of the most popular faces on the small screen and it didn’t take much to notice her on the silver screen. The actor made her debut with Gold alongside Akshay Kumar, which tugged at the heartstrings of the moviegoers with the much-needed dose of patriotism on Independence Day. HT review called her the “right mixture of crotchety and charming” as she won hearts with her typical Bengali accent that came handy for the role.
Rohan Mehra, son of popular yesteryear actor Vinod Mehra, made a forgettable debut in Bollywood with Baazaar. He got to play the lead in this Saif Ali Khan and Radhika Apte starrer but neither his unpolished acting skills nor the script offered any hope that could save the movie from sinking at the box office.