12 Gorgeous Actresses Who Went De-Glam For Their Bollywood Debuts

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For any aspiring actress, making an entry in the film industry is a big dream. It is their primary chance to create a long-lasting impression on the viewers and settles on how their professions would progress finally.

Whilst the majority of actresses opt for the safe bet that is to choose a glammed up avatar looking smoking hot and pretty, there are beauties who chose a slightly different path for their debut movie by preferring to go completely de-glam for their debut films.

12 stunning beauties who went de-glam for their Bollywood entries –

Konkona Sen Sharma

Konkona Sen Sharma is one actress who has always concentrated more on recital and her debut film Page 3 showcased the same.

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Shweta Tripathi

Shweta Tripathi captivated with her acting skills in Masaan and did not care much about her de-glam character in the movie.

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Kareena Kapoor

Kareena Kapoor could have had the glossiest debut, however, she preferred the character of Nazneen in Refugee for her debut.

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Kangana Ranaut

Kangana Ranaut also picked the role of a Gangster for her entry in the film world.

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Bhumika Chawla

Bhumika Chawla entered the film world with Tere Naam with Salman Khan but was completely de-glam.

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Nandita Das

The National honour winner also favoured a de-glam foray in the movie world with Aamir Khan in 1947 Earth.

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Bhumi Pedneker

Not just de-glam, Bhumi Pedneker donned the character of an over-weight female in Dum Laga Ke Haisha that was also a big decision.

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Sanya Malhotra

In her super duper hit debut with Dangal, Sanya Malhotra donned the role of a wrestler and therefore was not glammed up in any way for the movie.

Banita Sandhu

Banita Sandhu entered the film world with October, which had no scope for a glam avatar

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Chitrangada Singh

The brilliant and super stunning Chitrangada Singh did a de-glam character in Sudhir Mishra’s Hazaron Khwahishein Aisi.

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Patralekha

In her first flick Citylights, Patralekha donned a migrant worker that required her to appear completely relatable and de-glam.

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Aishwarya Rajesh

The well known Tamil beauty, she decided to play the de-glam character of Asha Gawli in Daddy.

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Though these actress went de-glam for their Bollywood debuts, but they definitely made a mark in these movies.

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