Sneha was launched by none other than
, opposite himself in the 2005 film, Lucky: no time for love. Despite a good star cast;
, Salman to name a few, the movie failed to do well at the box office. Sneha’s Bollywood career it seems was tied to the movie as post the flop debut; she vanished from the Bollywood sphere.
Another one of Salman Khan’s prodigy who failed to do much on the silver screen is Zarine Khan. She was launched opposite Salman Khan in ‘
’, a period drama. The movie didn’t register well with the audiences, and like a lot of new comers who bid their career adieu post their debut flops, Zarine followed suit.
Despite big expectations, this Mukerji sister didn’t quite set the screen on fire. “
”s baby sister, and “
”s second daughter was launched by YRF opposite
in a movie about pre-marital sex. The subject of the movie was probably a little too ahead of its time, and the movie fell prey to unnecessary controversies. Amidst all the chaos, however, Bollywood forgot to pay attention to the new actress and she went down in history as the “unsuccessful sister”.
Television’s favourite beta, Amar Upadhyay a.k.a Mihir Virani, quit his successful show "" to pursue his film career. His exit from the show was mourned by a lot of his fans and his big screen venture suffered due to the audiences’ acceptance of the actor only as Mihir.
For anyone who has ever fallen in love in their college days, the image of
twirling to Pehla Nasha is probably what defines love. Aamir Khan’s love interest in the movie was veteran actor “
”s daughter, Pooja Bedi. The movie was a blockbuster. Sadly for Pooja, despite the box-Office success, her career failed to take off.
This Kapoor family actor was launched by “”s production house. The film, "
Lekar Hum Deewana Dil
", didn’t do much at the box office despite a lot of marketing. Due to the lack of any success, the actor has also gulped by oblivion with no new project in his pocket.
The actress was launched with
directed, Ram Teri Ganga Maili. The movie was declared a 1985 super hit. Unfortunately, for both the lead actors, the success of the movie failed to turn into further meaty roles. Mandakini, particularly was hit hard as she did a “bare-it-all” for her first movie.
Talk about fame not leading to fame! Anu Aggarwal shot to fame post her debut movie, Aashiqui, being dubbed as the romantic cult for the generation. But Anu decided not to sign any more movies post her first film. She was never seen again, and Bollywood lost its sweetheart.
Remember the time
dyed her hair red? That’s right; the actress went all red-haired for her movie “
Love Story 2050
”. This futuristic love story was the launch vehicle of producer “
”s son Harman Baweja. The movie promotions marketed Harman and Priyanka as real life couple. But even with all the marketing and promotions, the movie tanked, and Harman’s career went down with it.
You will only remember her if you are a
Shah Rukh Khan
fan. Yes. The woman might have almost gone unnoticed. She was the leading lady opposite Khan in ‘
’. The docile yet intelligent village girl, Joshi went without creating abuzz. The lack-lustre in her first appearance didn’t contribute to her career, and we never saw her again.