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This 10 newcomers will make their Bollywood debut in 2021

This 10 newcomers will make their Bollywood debut in 2021 (pic credit- Instagram / Manushi Chillar / Ahan Shetty / Shirley Setia)

Bollywood debut in 2021- Every year, variety of fresh faces are introduced to the audience on the silver screen. Every normal year that’s. With the pandemic looming large, all film shootings were halted, and even once they did get permission to start out, cinema theatres weren’t allowed to open. However, with things slowly crawling back to normalcy, it’s like all those that were waiting within the wings to form their big-screen debuts last year will finally get an opportunity to display their acting chops. From Manushi Chhillar to Ahan Shetty, inspect all the Bollywood newcomers set to hit the screen in 2021.

Manushi Chillar

In November 2019 it had been announced that the previous Miss World would be making her debut within the world of acting. 23-year-old Chhillar, who won the Miss World pageant 17 years after Priyanka Chopra, will star opposite Akshay Kumar in Chandraprakash Dwivedi’s work of art Prithviraj, essaying the role of Princess Sanyogita, Prithviraj’s love interest. Talking about her first role, the young actor says, “Her life is a particularly important chapter in Indian history and that i will try my best to play her as accurately as possible.” The movie is predicted to release around Diwali 2021.

Ahan Shetty

Quite a lot has been written about Suniel Shetty’s son shooting for his debut film, a remake of the Telugu film RX100 (2018). a couple of days ago, the manufacturers of the film finally revealed the primary poster of the movie titled Tadap. Described as a fantastic romance, the Milan Luthria-directorial also stars Tara Sutaria within the lead role.

Ahan recently took to Instagram to celebrate the wrap of his first film, sharing an image of him fist-bumping the director along side a sweet note for his team, “Going to carry on to those memories forever. many thanks to the entire team of Tadap and everybody who pushed me in ways I didn’t know I could.” The movie is about to hit cinemas on September 24, 2021.

Isabelle Kaif

Katrina Kaif’s younger sister is yet to form her big-screen debut but she has already bagged two plum projects. The trailer of her first film, Time to Dance, opposite Sooraj Pancholi came out recently and therefore the new star looks comfortable matching steps with the latter within the dance movie directed by Stanley D’Costa. She has two other projects within the pipeline–Kwatha with Salman Khan’s brother-in-law Aayush Sharma and Suswagatam Khushamdeed with Pulkit Samrat.

Shalini Pandey

The Telugu blockbuster Arjun Reddy (2017) didn’t just convince be a gamechanger for its lead hero Vijay Devarakonda—it also opened doors for its female lead Shalini Pandey as she bagged herself a task in Bollywood opposite Ranveer Singh within the upcoming YRF production Jayeshbhai Jordaar.

While she played the docile Preethi in Arjun Reddy, we hope to ascertain her during a more perky avatar in her Hindi film debut that’s alleged to be a humorous entertainer based in Gujarat. the discharge date of the film has been set for August 27.

Namashi Chakraborty

Mithun Chakraborty’s younger son Namashi would have made his Bollywood debut last year itself, had it not been for the pandemic. Now, he’s set to star in Rajkumar Santoshi’s Bad Boy. Expected to be an out-and-out commercial film, it also marks the filmmaker’s return to direction after seven years. Reportedly, the actor has also already bagged his second film which is predicted to be a unusual family comedy.

Lakshya

The 2008 romcom Dostana featured the trio of John Abraham, Abhishek Bachchan, and Priyanka Chopra. Its 2021 sequel, Dostana 2, will again see two guys and a woman within the lead roles. While Kartik Aaryan and Janhvi Kapoor are familiar names for Indian audiences, it had been the addition of newcomer Lakshya that intrigued everyone. If you’re a television soap watcher, you’ll recognise this actor from shows like Adhuri Kahani Hamari, Pyar Tune Kya Kiya and Pardes Mein Hai Mera Dil among others.

Shirley Setia

The singer became a household face soon after she started posting covers of popular songs on YouTube. A social media sensation, Shirley gave us a glimpse of her acting skills with the Netflix film Maska (2020), co-starring Manisha Koirala. she is going to now be seen in her first lead role in her big-screen debut Nikamma opposite Abhimanyu Dassani. Directed by Sabbir Khan, the film also marks Shilpa Shetty Kundra’s return to films after quite a decade.

Palak Tiwari

Shweta Tiwari’s daughter had pulled out of the Bollywood film Quickie opposite Darsheel Safary as she didn’t want showbiz to distract her from her education. Now, the young actor are going to be seen in Rosie: The Saffron Chapter, a movie inspired by real events co-starring Vivek Oberoi.

The plot revolves round the sudden and mysterious disappearance of Rosie, a BPO employee at Gurugram. In an earlier interview, Palak had mentioned that she has drawn inspiration from Sadhna’s add the 1964 Woh Kaun Thi.

Sharvari Wagh

It has been an extended wait within the industry for Wagh who started giving acting auditions in 2014. Her efforts finally paid off when she was announced together of the leads within the YRF production Bunty Aur Babli 2, a sequel to the 2005 film starring Saif Ali Khan and Rani Mukerji. The newcomer has been paired opposite Siddhant Chaturvedi within the film which revolves around two con couples. Her first project—The Forgotten Army: Azaadi Ke Liye (2020) was an epic war series that released last year on Amazon Prime Video.

Pranitha Subhash

South Indian actor Pranitha Subhash is already a longtime name within the Kannada, Tamil and Telugu film industries. After having seen her performance in a number of her films, the manufacturers of Bhuj: The Pride of India signed her on for the historical war drama starring Ajay Devgn. She also recently bound up the shoot of her second Hindi film, Hungama 2 directed by Priyadarshan.

Speaking of her Bollywood debut, the actor says “I think today Bollywood has space for everybody, with different genres and stories—either on OTT or theatres. aside from that, it isn’t an area where you get stereotyped anymore. you’ll choose what you would like, there are multiple sorts of movies. Things have diversified such a lot, so i’m just trying to find diversity and variety in my work.”

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