Actors from the Industry who have gone bold and beyond with their characters

15 . Apr . 2019
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Bold, bolder and more, it is time to pave way for something more than fluttery eyes, butterflies and the age-old letters. Keeping up with the generation and a year proving how content really is king, the stars and actors of the industry have gone all out to be experimental, bold and sensual.

Find out the popular actors who took the road less travelled by to set a new benchmark in the field.

 Karan Wahi

 Featuring in a VOOT original series, ‘Fuh se Fantasy’, Karan Wahi starred in episode, ‘Foot Fetish’. A ten episodic love saga, the series portrays romance, fantasies and relationships like never before.

The actor essayed the role of a successful man on a well-paid job who quits it thereafter in order to fulfill his uncanny attraction towards beautiful feet. This is an endearing and a curious story of a guy who is smitten by feet.

Kiara Advani

Lusts, love and fantasies, Kiara Advani in ‘Lust Stories’ presented a typical Indian bahu in a brand new avatar! A woman first, and naturally the one not without needs Kiara Advani’s role must have caused an uproar but all is fair in love, lust and bold content.

Swara Bhaskar

Known for her gutsy roles, and fiery performances Swara Bhaskar proved that here is an actor who will not bow down to anything! Redefining bold in Indian context, she essayed the role of Sakshi in Veere Di Wedding, a woman with unrequited desires and was also seen in the VOOT original series, ‘It’s Not That Simple – Season 2 who explores her desires and fantasies along with her profession.

 Ratna Pathak Shah

 Well here is a performance that needs no introduction! Causing a Lipstick rebellion, Ratna Pathak Shah’s unconventional and yet, deadly understandable portrayal was hard to miss. ‘Lipstick Under My Burkha’ was a revolution and nothing less. An aged woman addressing and exploring her unrequited desires was definitely a first in the history of Indian cinema.

Arjun Mathur

 Taking the bold narrative a notch up, Arjun Mathur’s portrayal of a gay man fighting for his rights in a country that did not recognize homosexuality was so real, engaging and unmissable! ‘Made in Heaven’ presented a story never told before in the most glamourized way possible.