Bollywood Top Debuts of 2014: Fawad Khan, Tiger Shroff, Kriti Sanon

Bollywood Top Debuts of 2014: Fawad Khan, Tiger Shroff, Kriti Sanon

Here's a look at some fresh faces that made their impressive debuts in Bollywood in 2014.

Pakistani actor Fawad Khan, who impressed scores of Indian fans with his performance as 'Zaroon' in 'Zindagi Gulzar Hai', became a heartthrob overnight post his debut flick 'Khoobsurat; Jackie Shroff's son Tiger took the big screen by storm with his 'Heropanti'. Here's a look at some fresh faces that made their impressive debuts in Bollywood in 2014.

Fawad Khan - Khubsoorat: We knew him as Zaroon from hit serial 'Zindagi Gulzar Hai' much before his debut film and this was enough for Fawad to make an impressive Bollywood debut opposite Sonam Kapoor in 'Khubsoorat'.

Tiger Shroff - Heropanti: Those dance moves and a hot body to die for have won a lot of fans for the 'Heropanti' actor Tiger Shroff. His film did an average business at the Box Office and earned him rave reviews. He will now be seen in Sabiir Khan - Ekta Kapoor's next and Sajid Nadiadwala's next with Kriti Sanon.

Kriti Sanon - Heropanti: Model turned actress Kriti Sanon set foot in the industry with 'Heropanti' opposite Tiger Shroff. Hailed for her looks and acting talent, Kriti surely has a long way to go in Bollywood as she has already bagged more movies including, 'Singh is Bling', 'Farzi' opposite Shahid Kapoor and Sajid Nadiadwala's next opposite Tiger Shroff.

Tahir Raj Bhasin - Mardaani: Tahir Raj Bhasin made his Bollywood debut opposite Rani Mukerji but as a villain in 'Mardaani'. He became the most loved villain and even Aamir Khan praised the young villain of Bollywood.

Darshan Kumaar - Mary Kom: Darshan Kumaar, also known as the Johnny Depp of India, began his career in the Bollywood industry as Priyanka Chopra's husband in 'Mary Kom'. The actor was praised for his portrayal of a supportive husband of 'Mary Kom' plyed by Priyanka. He will be next seen in 'NH10' opposite Anushka Sharma.

Armaan Jain, Deeksha Seth - Lekar Hum Deewana Dil: Yet another Kapoor lad - Raj Kapoor's grandson Armaan Jain - made his BIG debut in Bollywood with 'Lekar Hum Deewana Dil'. Deeksha Seth, an established actress down south, also made her Bollywood debut with this movie. The debutants were all over the city during the promotions, but it came and went, without much recognition. Though the actors still struggle to make a mark, Armaan Jain has managed to arouse the filmmakers' interest in him.

Surveen Chawla, Jay Bhanushali - Hate story 2: TV actor Surveen Chawla is the next bold actress in B-Town. Seen in a sexy and bold avatar in her first Bollywood movie 'Hate Story 2', the actress has became the hot favourite of many.

Jay Bhanushali, a famous face on television, also debuted in the film in a completely different avatar from what he has been doing on TV.

Daisy Shah - Jai Ho: Daisy Shah got a break opposite Salman Khan in the movie 'Jai Ho'. She was also seen in the Kannada remake of the film 'Bodyguard'. Criticised for weight issues, she didn't manage to impress the directors much but is seen in almost all the parties hosted by Dabangg Khan.

Manasvi Mamgai - Action Jackson: After being crowned as Femina Miss India 2010, Miss Tourism International 2008 and Elite Model Look India in 2006, movies came very late to Manasvi Mamgai with the film 'Action Jackson'. The actress was noticed for her small role in the Prabhudheva film.

Patralekhaa - Citylights: Patralekhaa made an impressive debut with Mahesh Bhatt’s home production ‘CityLights’ opposite her beau and National Award winner Rajkummar Rao. The actress was praised for her role of a mother who is forced to turn to bar dancing to earn a livelihood.

Mohit Marwah - Fugly: B-town and movies are nothing new to Mohit Marwah, the eldest son of the founder of Noida Film City Sandeep Marwah and Reena Marwah. Also, a cousin of Bollywood actors Arjun Kapoor and Sonam Kapoor, Mohit made his debut in the film 'Fugly' this year. Though his film didn't do well at the box office, Mohit was critically acclaimed for his performance.

Sidharth Shukla - Humpty Sharma ki Dulhaniya: A popular face of Television for playing the role of Shiv in 'Balika Vadhu', Sidharth Shukla made his debut in 'Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhaniya'. With that charm on his face and masculine physique, we think the actor managed to grab his share of limelight. The actor also bagged the award for Breakthrough Supporting Performance - Male at the recently held Stardust Awards.

Vijender Singh, Kiara Advani - Fugly Indian Olympic boxer-turned-actor, Vijender Singh made his debut with 'Fugly'. Having come from Haryana, the actor went ahead with his Haryanvi accent even in the movie and earned applause.
Kiara Advani is the niece of famous Bollywood actress Juhi Chawla.

Rakul Preet Singh, Nicole Faria, Himansh Kohli - Yaariyan: Directed by Divya Khosla Kumar, we saw some new faces on screen including that of Rakulpreet Singh, Nicole Faria and Himansh Kohli in 'Yaariyan'. A story based on college life and competitions, the movie was a surprise hit of 2014.

Ariana Ayam - Heartless: Ariana Ayam debuted alongside Shekhar Suman's son, Adhyayan Suman in the film 'Heartless'. Ariana was roped in for the role even without being auditioned.

Sonali Raut, Zoya Afroz - The Xpose: Sonali Raut and Zoya Afroz got a break in Bollywood with 'The Xpose'. The movie was a big failure at the box office but the actresses grabbed their share of limelight, because of their alleged catfights. Sonali, however, was chosen to be a contestant in 'Bigg Boss 8'.

Imran Abbas Naqvi - Creature 3D: A handsome Pakistani model and actor, Imran Abbas Naqvi, entered Bollywood this year with the film 'Creature 3D'. Though the movie failed at the box office, Imran got his share of popularity and has a decent fan following in India now.

Hasleen Kaur - Karle Pyaar Karle: The first runner up at Pantaloons Femina Miss India and India's representative at Miss Earth 2011 Pageant, Hasleen Kaur debuted with the movie 'Karle Pyaar Karle'. She was initially offered the role of Chanda in 'Dev D', but she turned it down as she wanted to concentrate on her studies.