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08-17-2009, 05:35 PM #1
\★\ Small time actors who shined in big films /★/Their stunning performances left us wanting more. We take a look at small time actors who held their own against established stars in big banner films.
Deepak Dobriyal in Delhi-6: After a memorable debut in Omkara, his act of a petrified Muslim was one of the most memorable aspects of the forgettable film. He was also brilliant as the King's trusted Man Friday in Gulaal. The guy is such a natural that he becomes the character and we'd love to see this talent powerhouse in bigger, mainstream films.
Shahana Goswami in Rock On: In reality, Shahana is very soft-spoken. That's the last thing you'd believe after watching her yell her lungs out as Arjun Rampal's nagging wife. The powerful performance stunned us and we welcomed Bollywood's latest acting phenomenon with open arms.
Isha Sharwani in Luck By Chance: Pretty. Check. Fabulous Dancer. Check. Can act. Check.Thin. Check. Isha Sharwani dazzled us with her dazed and dreamy act of Miss Prim and Proper in Luck By Chance. The actress hasn't signed any more films after that but she is such a joy to watch and we would love to see her in films made by good directors.
Tisca Chopra in Taare Zameen Par: Tisca was a TV actress (Astitva) who had done some forgettable films before she deservedly came into the limelight with Taare Zameen Par. Her sensitive portrayal of a loving mother in Aamir Khan's directorial debut was heart-rending to say the least. After that we just saw her in Nandita Das' Firaaq. Wake up B-town directors and cast her as the pretty mother or sister in your films.
Arjan Bajwa in Fashion, Summer 2007, Guru: He and Priyanka Chopra made a perfect couple in Fashion. In Summer 2007 (that no one saw), he turned in an inspired performance, stealing the show from star son Sikander Kher. In Guru, he looked the part of a sophisticated old-money Parsi. He is quite the looker and can act, so it beats why someone perfectly likeable like Arjan has not made it big in B-town yet.