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Bollywood Actors That Are Unrecognizable In Their Film Character

In this article, how about taking a look at some of the Bollywood actors who were totally unrecognizable for some of their characters.

30th November 2019 | 08:09 PM (IST)
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Acting in the entertainment world is not just about how you perform on the screen, acting also has an equal contribution from how you appear on the screen. The makeover, the fashion, the costumes are all an important part of the acting industry. The most important part of all this is to have to sit to hours and hours in one chair to get the makeover done for some particular characters.

Some Bollywood movies have had some characters which are totally unrecognizable with their makeup on. This article is all about some such characters who were hard to recognize in their characters.

1. Rishi Kapoor

Rishi Kapoor had to have a huge makeover of prosthetics to look 92 years of age in the movie Kapoor and Sons for his character of Daddy and real fun-loving grand-dad anyone would want.

Bollywood Actors That Are Unrecognizable In Their Film Character

2. Amitabh Bachchan

Amitabh Bachchan confirmed of being bored of sitting on the place for the makeover of Auro in Paa. Amitabh at the age of 67 had to play the character of a 12 year and also play the son of his real son Abhishek Bachchan.

Bollywood Actors That Are Unrecognizable In Their Film Character

3. Vikram

If we are talking about character makeovers in movies, then how about Vikram in the movie ‘I’. He had to be seen in 4 different looks throughout the movie. First a bodybuilder, a model, a hunchback and a beast. We really salute the dedication level of Vikram for this movie.

Bollywood Actors That Are Unrecognizable In Their Film Character

There are many other actors who went unrecognizable eg: Hrithik Roshan in Dhoom 2, Kamal Hassan in Chachi 420, Rajkumar Rao in Raabta, Akshay Kumar in 2.0, etc.

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30th November 2019 | 08:09 PM (IST)
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