Bollywood industry is full of talent and actors . But many a times , they fail to see what the audience think about some of the stars . Their talent is just missed out from many directors .
Today, we have brought to you some of the celebs and how their talent is not fully utilized by the industry.
Let’s have a look:
1. Jaaved Jaaferi
Javed Jaaferi is the son actor Jagdeep he made his debut in Subhash Ghai’s ‘Meri Jung‘ where he played the role of Amrish Puri’s bratty son Vicky Thakraal. He got fame with his dance reality show called Boogie Woogie. We never saw Javed in lead roles but it’s a reality that he is a treasure of talent .
2. Isha Sharvani
For those who don’t know about the actress , she is a beautiful dancer as well .She debuted in Subhash Ghai’s ‘forgettable Kisna‘ alongside Vivek Oberoi . She also gave an amazing performance in ‘Luck By Chance‘ the film of Zoya Akhtar. Although she picked a few interesting films like Ajay Devgn’s remake of The Notebook and Bejoy Nambiar’s David where she was paired alongside Vikram as a mute girl, she quickly got lost in a sea of pretty faces.
3. Ashutosh Rana
One of the most versatile actor Ashutosh , has always justified his role in the movies like Dushman and Sangharsh back to back. He became one of the most wanted character for villian in movies like Badal, Kasoor and even the brilliant Haasil. We saw him back in an adorable character as that of Alia Bhatt’s father in Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhaniya and Brothers .
4. Riteish Deshmukh
Son of a politician, Late Vilas Rao Deshmukh , Riteish Deshmukh was always targeted to be in the Bollywood industry because of nepotism as he made his debut from the film , Tujhe Meri Kasam. However,he was soon the part of Sivan’s Apna Sapna Money Money. He did many roles and one of the firm role he did was in the movie ‘ Ek Villain‘.We ever saw the talent of his being utilized as a lead.
5. Chandrachur Singh
He did a string of films in the late 90s including Kya Kehna, Josh and Daag: The Fire and quickly evaporated from the scene barring a few patriotic films in the early 2000s. He was last seen in Mira Nair’s The Reluctant Fundamentalist where he even sings a ghazal.
6. Shreyas Talpade
Shreyas in indeed a good actor but never got that opportunity to prove his talent . He did his debut in Nagesh Kukunoor’s Iqbal and even went on to star with Shah Rukh Khan in Om Shanti Om. A few bad movie choices later, like Bombay to Bangkok made him lost in league. He still hasn’t been given his due as an actor. Although he was seen giving a bit in movies like Great Grand Masti , Housefull 2 , Poster Boyz and Golmaal Returns .
7. Rahul Bose
The favourite son of Indian independent cinema, Bose had his fair share of films working with directors ranging from Dev Benegal, Aparna Sen and several new and upcoming filmmakers. Lately, Bollywood doesn’t know what to do with him apart from Zoya Akhtar’s Dil Dhadakne Do. Besides being a marathoner and India’s rugby captain, Bose deserves more sensible offers from Bollywood.
8. Mahi Gill
Making a stunning debut in Anurag Kashyap’s Dev D, Gill was another victim of getting typecast into roles of edgy women and alcoholics. After that she was seen in the movie ‘Gulaal‘ Very quickly, performance-oriented roles and even her gig in the ‘Zanjeer’ remake went unnoticed because of the film’s overall failure.She was also seen in ‘Sahib Biwi and Gangster‘ .
9. Vivek Oberoi
He made a brilliant career with his start-up in Bollywood . Starting out in Ram Gopal Varma’s Company, where he went toe-to-toe with an in-form Ajay Devgn, Oberoi made a brilliant start. And then lost the plot after his controversial altercation with Salman Khan, which is when film offers began to dry up. He’s a good actor and deserves more roles as proved by his role in Rensil D’Silva’s Kurbaan.
10. Randeep Hooda
He was discovered in Mira Nair’s Monsoon Wedding, where Randeep played an NRI cousin of the family, and formally became Naseeruddin Shah’s protege. He spent a while trying to make it as a Bollywood hero as he did films like D and Risk. And even though he might have rendered a committed performance in Omung Kumar’s Sarbjit, Bollywood still has to give him his due as an actor. By making a movie worthy of his performance.
11. Arshad Warsi
Making his debut alongside Chandrachur Singh in Tere Mere Sapne, Warsi lost the plot early on and then made a comeback with Rajkumar Hirani’s Munnabhai movies where he played Circuit. He did a few gritty movies like Sehar, Ishqiya and Jolly LLB, but the actor is still far from getting his due as a lead actor.
12. Kunal Khemu
A child-star in Mahesh Bhatt’s Zakhm and Raja Hindustani , Khemu made his debut as an adult in Mohit Suri’s Kalyug. He made a few movies like 99, Traffic Signal and then went on to co-write the dialogues of Go Goa Gone which was a moderate success. The actor hasn’t made any significant strides in his Bollywood career since then.