Farhan Akhtar was born on 9th January, 1974 in Mumbai. He is the son of the famous screenwriter,
Javed Akhtar. Apart from being a film director, a producer, and a playback singer, Farhan is also a brilliant actor. He starred in “
Bhaag Milkha Bhaag,” which was released in July, 2013. It is a film based on the life event of Milkha Singh a.k.a. “The Flying Jat,” an Indian athlete who won many running championships and was a great Olympian. The film turned out to be a super hit and earned INR 300 Million.
Aamir Khan is a prominent identity of Bollywood. Mr. Perfectionist is what he is famously known as, he has produced, directed, and acted in numerous award-winning films like “
3 Idiots,” “
Lagaan,” “Sarfarosh,” etc. His “Mangal Pandey: The Rising” of the year 2005, was a biopic, that represented the life of Mangal Pandey, who was an Indian soldier, known for sparking the First War Of Indian Independence. The film earned INR 45 Million in Indian Box Office.
Sahabzade Irrfan Ali Khan or Irrfan Khan, is acknowledged as a refined and a highly skilled actor of Bollywood, due to his natural and multifaceted acting. He has worked in the movie “
Paan Singh Tomar,” who was a soldier cum gold medalist at the Indian National Games, but eventually became an infamous bandit. The film was released on 2nd March, 2013 and emerged as a box-office super hit, earning INR 384 Million.
Sushant Singh Rajput
Sushant is an Indian television actor, who entered Bollywood by making his debut in “Kai Po Che.” He was later casted in the movie “M.S. Dhoni- The Untold Story.” The film predicated its plot on the life of the previous Indian National cricket team’s captain,
Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Sushant received a lot of critical appreciation for his work in the film.
The Indian cinema actor, Hrithik Roshan is known for his excellent dancing skills and the versatility of characters he plays. He enacted in the movie “
Jodhaa Akbar,” a biopic of the Mughal Emperor Akbar which released on 15th February, 2008. “Jodhaa Akbar” received the Audience Award for the Best Foreign Language Film.
The Dirty Picture” is a biopic, inspired from the life and works of the South Indian actress
Silk Smitha. She was famous for her amatory roles in films. Vidya Balan, an established actress in Bollywood, portrays Silk Smitha in the movie. She is an award-winning actress who received credits for playing strong protagonists in her films.
Seema Biswas is a film and theatre artist who sought prominence through the biographical film “
Bandit Queen” of the year 1994, in which she portrayed the role of the notorious Phoolan Devi and did a seemingly good job. She also won the National Film Award, 1996 for Best Actress.
8. Raj Kumar Yadav
Rajkumar Rao Yadav is a promising newcomer in the Indian film industry. “Love, Sex Aur Dhokha” was Rajkumar’s debut film in the Hindi film industry. He played the biopic of Shahid Azmi, the lawyer and Human Rights activist, assassinated in 2010. Rajkumar was awarded the National Film Award for Best Actor.
A well-known actor, who gained success after a long period of struggle. Later on, he got various opportunities through which he earned a great name for himself. He enacted the character of Dashrath Manjhi a.k.a. “Mountain Man,” in “Manjhi: The Mountain Man,” who was a poor labourer and who carved a 9.1 meters wide and 110 meters long path through a hill.
Sachin Khedekar, an actor, and director, is best known for his role in Shyam Benegal’s “Netaji
Subhash Chandra Bose: The Forgotten Hero,” of Subhash Chandra Bose. The film gained a lot of admiration on the Indian Box Office.