Top 5 Favourite Child Actors who are there in everyone’s memory
There is an art and there is always a craft to it. Some develop this craft and some are born with it. Looking at the child actors, we find characters who are developed with both, the art and the craft of acting. We have often celebrated the performances of adult – actors from different genres but the child actors often remain to be overlooked. So, here, we decided to give a shoutout to the amazing child Actors from the Hindi Film Industry who nailed their roles as an actor and became an emotional string that bound us with the film.
1. Ishaan (Darsheel Safary)
I don’t know who can choose to watch and rewatch Taare Zameen Pr because of Ishaan but we surely can do. Darsheel plays the role of Ishaan, an autistic child and as we said, well played by Darsheel, you won’t feel in any moment that Darsheel is acting so. He is as natural in the role as any other autistic child would have look. Released in 2007, Taare Zameen Pr makes a film which was obviously very different from the content that was floating in Bollywood film, and Darsheel absolutely lifted up the meaning of the film by many folds. Staring parallel to Amir Khan, there was no moment where Amir’s popularity could steal the thunder of Ishaan’s screen presence.
2. Munni (Harshaali Malhotra)
What a heartwarming character Munni is. A 7-year-old girl who is playing a role of mute girl absolutely nailed it, staring parallel to Bollywood’s favourite, Salmaan Khan in the film “Bajrangi Bhaijaan”. With no dialogues, it was her expressions and acting with which she caught all the eyes and hearts. So, this is a shout out to the seven-year-old star.
3. Banku (Aman Siddiqui)
Banku, a notorious, cute and intelligent kid whose innocence makes him a friend of a ghost. Well, Bhoothnath must have been extremely special for Aman as well because he has performed parallel to the legend of Hindi Cinema, Sri Amitabh Bacchan. Further, he appeared in several advertisements too and became a television star winning everyone’s heart.
4. Kalam aka Chotu (Harsh Mayar)
A poor kid, Chotu knowing about the story of the former Indian President, APJ Abdul Kalam decided to change is his name to Kalam and further laid his way to harbour his own dreams moving on the path of the Visionary, Abdul Kalam. He won a National Film Award for Best Child Artist and we are absolutely in love with his acting brilliance.
5. Anjali (Sana Saeed)
Okay, this one would have been everyone’s favourite. The more praise this film gets, the similar love, Anjali, Rani Mukherjee’s on-screen daughter in Kuch Kuch Hota hai had gotten. Cute, witty and brilliant in her acting skills, she absolutely dominated the stance of the film in the second half with Kajol and Shahrukh being at their best.
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