Gone are the days when actresses were just love interests of male actors and were there for songs and dances. Barring a few movies, 90s actresses were not having meatier roles in movies back then. But now things are changing and we are witnessing actresses having meatier and more important roles in films. Today, in this article we are listing 90s Bollywood actresses nailing it with meatier roles.
90s Bollywood Actresses Nailing It With Meatier Roles:
One actor who is an absolute delight to watch on the screen is Tabu. From Virasat, Chandni Bar to more recently Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2, Tabu always nails it with her performances. She will also be seen in Drishyam 2, Bholaa with Ajay Devgn.
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan:
Ash is a beauty with talent. From Jeans, and Iruvar to PS1, Ash has always gotten meatier roles in films. She is getting appreciation for her performance in the recent release of Ponniyin Selvan 1. She will be seen in PS2.
Madhuri Dixit Nene:
Madhuri has been the superstar of the 90s era. The dancing queen of Bollywood also excelled as a performer. Right now, she is ruling the OTT space with The Fame Game and her recent Maja Ma. Madhuri also has some other upcoming films which make sure she is here to rule again.
Rani has done Mardaani 2 and Hichki recently which also fared well at Box Office. When it comes to performances, Rani always nails it. She has Nikhil Advani’s Mrs Chatterjee Vs Norway film coming next year.
Raveena has done KGF 2 recently which brought her back into the game. She was also featured in the Netflix series Aranyak. The show was successful and is gearing up for the second season.
Sushmita will be seen as a transgender Gauri Sawant in Ravi Jadhav’s next web series Taali for Voot. She also did the Aarya web series for Disney Hotstar. Having done 2 seasons, the show will be back with season 3.
Also, we will get to see Kajol in an upcoming Disney Hotstar web series. Shilpa Shetty Kundra will also be seen in Rohit Shetty’s Indian Police Force along with Sidharth Malhotra, and Vivek Oberoi.
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