Top 10 Bollywood actors to look out for in 2015

MUMBAI: The past year in Bollywood gave us several groundbreaking performances by celebrated actors as well as debutants.  With the year coming to an end, here’s a roundup of some of the hottest actors to look out for in 2015. Check out the list of top 10 actors who are sure to rule the industry in the upcoming year.

Deepika Padukone:

Apart from numerous brand endorsements and appearances, Deepika Padukone tops the list with many exciting projects lined up for release next year. Deepika will essay the title role in Shoojit Sircar’s Piku opposite legendary Amitabh Bachchan and Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Bajirao Mastani as Mastani. Last but not the least she also has Imtiaz Ali’s Tamasha opposite Ranbir Kapoor in her kitty.

Kangana Ranaut:

Kangana Ranaut received numerous accolades for her film, Queen, winning millions of hearts with its simple story. Kangana also won the best actress award drama category for the film in the recent Stardust Awards. Taking the entertainment quotient one notch higher, she will be seen in a double role in Aanand L. Rai’s Tanu Weds Manu 2 in 2015.

Vidya Balan:

Vidya Balan is geared up for some ambitious releases in 2015. Mahesh Bhatt’s Humari Adhuri Kahani which stars Vidya alongside Emraan Hashmi and Rajkumar Rao is an anticipated romantic drama. The actress, who is known for her unique choice in roles, was last seen in Bobby Jasoos this year.

Shraddha Kapoor:

In 2015, Shraddha Kapoor will be shaking legs with Varun Dhawan in the upcoming dance based film, ABCD 2. Currently, the actress is enjoying the Vegas schedule of the film that promises to deliver cutting edge VFX and outstanding choreography.

Arjun Rampal:

Social media platforms have been buzzing with compliments for Arjun Rampal’s look in his upcoming film Roy. Portraying the role of a complex filmmaker Kabir, fans are totally loving his new look and the role. With Roy’s release, 2015 will see the actor playing a role that he has never done before.

Taahir Bhasin:

Taahir impressed the audience and critics this year with his powerful performance as the antagonist in his debut YRF film Mardaani opposite Rani Mukerji. In 2015, Taahir has an exciting project film titled Babumoshai Bandookbaaz, opposite Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Chitrangada Singh. Looks like 2015 will be promising for the young actor.

Emraan Hashmi:

Emraan Hashmi starred in Mr. Natwarlal and Dharma Productions’ Ungli this year. Even though these films did not do well, his future projects in 2015 like Mr. X and Hamari Adhuri Kahani are in the list of the most awaited films of the coming year.

Abhishek Bachchan:

With his last super-hit release, Happy New Year, Abhishek Bachchan surely witnessed a successful year in 2014. In 2015, the actor has interesting projects to look forward which includes All is Well along side actress Asin.

Jacqueline Fernandez:

Jacqueline Fernandez is riding high on success with the blockbuster KICK and 2015 is touted to be a great year for the actress with films like Roy, Brothers and Definition of Fear among others. Jacqueline will be seen in a double role in her upcoming film Roy and her first international debut Definition of Fear is a horror film directed by James Simpson. These films are sure to keep the actress on her toes for next year.

Nargis Fakhri:

Nargis Fakhri was praised this year for her item song in KICK and for her quirky performance in Main Tera Hero alongside Varun Dhawan. In 2015, she will be making her Hollywood debut with her upcoming film Spy with Jude Law. Nargis will also be seen in a Tamil film Saahasam.

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