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Meet the future

If 2019 was the year of the first-timers, 2020 will see more fresh faces, eager and ready to scorch the screen

Shama Bhagat Published 01.01.20, 06:40 PM
Isabelle Kaif

Isabelle Kaif Sourced by The Telegraph

Isabelle Kaif

Isabelle, actress Katrina Kaif’s younger sister, will debut opposite Aayush Sharma in Kwatha. Isabelle was supposed to debut opposite Sooraj Pancholi in Stanley D’Costa’s Time To Dance but there’s no news on it as of now. Kwatha is inspired by true events in the Indian Army.


Manushi Chhillar

Miss India and winner of Miss World 2017, Manushi will make the big fat Bolly debut opposite Akshay Kumar in Yash Raj Films’ Prithviraj. Manushi will play the role of Prithviraj’s love, the gorgeous Sanyogita, in the Chandraprakash Dwivedi-directed film.

Keerthy Suresh

Keerthy Suresh, daughter of producer Suresh Kumar and South Indian actress Menaka, will make her Bolly debut opposite Ajay Devgn in director Amit Sharma’s Maidaan. Keerthy has a slew of films in Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam to her name. Maidaan, on the golden years of Indian football, will see Ajay playing Syed Abdul Rahim, the architect of modern Indian football.

Sanjana Sanghi

Sanjana Sanghi Sourced by The Telegraph

Sanjana Sanghi

Sanjana will debut as lead actress with Mukesh Chabbra’s directorial opening venture Dil Bechara opposite Sushant Singh Rajput. The film is a remake of Hollywood’s The Fault In Our Stars. Delhi girl Sanjana has been a model and was seen in Imtiaz Ali’s Rockstar, where she played Mandy — the lead, Nargis Fakhri’s sister, besides small roles in Hindi Medium and Fukrey Returns.

Krystle D’Souza

Television star Krystle D’Souza is set to step into Bollywood with director Rumi Jaffrey’s Chehre, a mystery thriller featuring megastar Amitabh Bachchan and Emraan Hashmi.

Namashi Chakraborty and Amrin Qureshi

Namashi Chakraborty and Amrin Qureshi Sourced by The Telegraph

Namashi Chakraborty & Amrin Qureshi

Namashi Chakraborty, the youngest son of actor Mithun Chakraborty, and Amrin Qureshi, daughter of producer Sajid Qureshi, are set to make their debut with Rajkumar Santoshi’s Bad Boy.

Surilie Gautam

Surilie Gautam, the younger sister of Yami Gautam, is set to star in Battle of Saragarhi opposite Randeep Hooda. The news was shared by Yami on Instagram.

Alaia F

Alaia F, daughter of actress Pooja Bedi, will open her career with Nitin Kakkar’s Jawaani Jaaneman. She plays Saif Ali Khan’s daughter in the film.

Riva Kishan and Priyaank Sharma

The year begins with star kids — Ravi Kishan’s daughter Riva and Padmini Kolhapure’s son Priyaank — set to star in director Karan Vishwanath Kashyap’s film Sab Kushal Mangal produced by Prachi Manmohan.

Ahan Shetty

The son of actor Suniel Shetty enters Bollywood with a big break in Sajid Nadiadwala’s RX 100, a remake of the Telugu hit. The film is being directed by Milan Luthria and will star 2019 debutante Tara Sutaria opposite Ahan.

Saurav Gurjar

Wrestler-turned-actor Saurav Gurjar will debut in Karan Johar’s magnum opus Brahmastra, alongside Amitabh Bachchan, Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt. Saurav plays the antagonist.

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