They stole hearts as child actors in all time favourite films. However, most of them disappeared after that one film and we wonder, what happened next? And where are they now? Take a look at some of the many child actors, who have now transformed into hunks and bombshells!
The girl who played Kamal Haasan’s chirpy daughter in Chachi 420 is all set to play Aamir Khan’s daughter in Dangal. Before this, Sana has earlier worked in Bittoo Boss and Akaash Vani.
Don’t remember who’s he? Here’s a cue:
Chandu ke chacha ne chandu ki chachi ko chandni raat mein chandni ke chamach se chutney chatai. Yes! That's Laddoo from Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham. He played the younger Hrithik Roshan in K3G and was last seen in a small role in Puneet Malhotra's Gori Tere Pyaar Mein. He has appeared in several commercials and has also assisted Sohum Shah in Luck.
Malvika Raaj who played young Kareena Kapoor in Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham is busy walking ramps today. Daughter of producer Bobby Raaj and the niece of yesteryear actress Anita Raaj, here's hoping she makes an appearance in the movies soon.
She played the cute little Anjali in Kuch Kuch Hota Hai and now she’s the hottest girl in town. She starred in Karan Johar’s Student Of The Year and jaws dropped when fans saw her in a bold avatar. Today, Sana Saeed is a part of the dance based reality show, Nach Baliye with her boyfriend Dipesh Patel.
She was barely 11 years old when she gave an outstanding performance in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Black. She even won the Filmfare Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Female). There are reports that she will be paired opposite Sushant Singh Rajput in Shekhar Kapur’s Paani. She was even seen with Shahid Kapoor’s brother Ishaan at Shahid’s birthday party earlier this year.
Last month, Shah Rukh Khan’s son went viral on Twitter. No this is not about Aryan or AbRam but about his reel son in K3G. Jibraan’s Instagram profile was brought to notice last month by a website.
A handsome hunk now, if he decides to enter Bollywood, he can surely give tough competition to the younger crop of actors.