Deepika Padukone and Kriti Kharbanda
The Indian film industry is a vast and diverse landscape, encompassing various regional film industries, with Bollywood being the most prominent one. While many aspiring actors dream of making it big in Bollywood, some talented individuals start their careers in South Indian cinema before making their mark in the Hindi film industry.
One of the most celebrated actresses in Bollywood today, Deepika Padukone, started her acting career in the Kannada film industry. Her debut film "Aishwarya" (2006) marked the beginning of her cinematic journey. After gaining recognition in South Indian cinema, she made her Bollywood debut with the blockbuster hit "Om Shanti Om" (2007) opposite Shah Rukh Khan. Her talent and charisma quickly catapulted her to stardom, making her one of the leading actresses in the country.
Kriti Sanon, known for her beauty and acting prowess, began her acting career in Telugu cinema with the film "Nenokkadine" (2014). Her impressive debut performance garnered her attention, and she transitioned to Bollywood with "Heropanti" (2014) opposite Tiger Shroff. Kriti has since delivered a series of successful films in Hindi cinema, solidifying her place as a rising star.
Kriti Kharbanda is another actress who kick-started her career in South Indian cinema making her debut with “Boni” but it was “Googly” which she shot with KGF star Yash, that put her on the map. She made an unconventional choice and chose to make her debut with the Bhatt’s in Raaz Reboot. She then went onto do films with Kartik Aaryan and akshay kumar, but it was "Shaadi Mein Zaroor Aana" that made her a household name and brought her recognition. Kriti’s versatility and acting skills have made her a sought-after actress in both industries.
Taapsee Pannu, recognized for her powerful performances, first appeared in South Indian films before gaining fame in Bollywood. Her Tamil debut, "Aadukalam" (2011), won her critical acclaim. Taapsee's journey in Bollywood began with "Chashme Baddoor" (2013), and she went on to deliver remarkable performances in films like "Pink" (2016), "Badla" (2019), and many more. She has become a symbol of talent and resilience.
Rakul Preet Singh
Rakul Preet Singh is a name that resonates in both South Indian and Bollywood cinema. She started her career in the Kannada film "Gilli" (2009). After making her mark in the South, she ventured into Bollywood with "Yaariyan" (2014) and subsequently appeared in films like "De De Pyaar De" (2019). Her ability to seamlessly transition between different film industries is a testament to her acting prowess.
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