Bollywood does not allow much of the new faces to make a permanent mark in the industry these days; nonetheless there are numerous actors who debut each year in tremendous or hideous films.
There are large numbers of actors who made the debut in the film industry and even won the awards for their roles still vanished from the Bollywood.
Bhagya Shee made her debut with the film “Maine Pyaar Kiya” in the year 1990. She won Filmfare award for the best actress in leading role as well as ruled over millions of hearts with her cuteness & innocence.
He was awarded for in the Filmfare awards in 1996 for his films Barsaat. Later with many flops his career turned down. After experimenting as a DJ, he came back with his film Poster Boyz.
In 1997 Chandrachur Singh got Filmfare award for his film Maachis. After many such films including Shah Rukh and Aishwarya starrer Josh wouldn’t help him to survive in the industry as an actor.
She won Filmfare award for her 1998 film Pardes. After a few flops she got married and settled with her husband.
Fardeen won Filmfare award for his Pooja Bhatt starrer 1999 Prem Agan. Though he made a few come back several times, the actor later settled for his business dropping the idea of acting.
Rahul Dev won IIFA award for his 2001 film Champion. Later he vanished from the industry due to numerous reasons and settled for the TV industries.
Uday Chopra, the son of the eminent producer Yash Chopra won Filmfare award for his 2001 film Mohabbatein. He worked alongside Shah Rukh and Amitabh Bachchan in that film. He worked in many major films in yet never did a successful leading film.
Esha Deol got the Filmfare award for her 2003 film “Koi Mere Dil Se Pooche”. Later after few flops she settled to walk out of the industry.
He won IIFA award for his role in the 2007 film 36 China Town. Later the actor vanished from the industry and settled for the small roles in south Indian films.
The actor won the best actor award for the 2010 film “Kal Kisne Dekha”. The actor was last seen in the Nawazudin starrer Carbon which was a short film for Youtube.
He won IIFA award in the category of the best actor male for the 2006 film Hazaro Khwahishe Aisi.
The actor won the Filmfare award for his 2015 film “Hero” but he lost in the oblivion.