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‘Mohabbatein’ fame, Jugal Hansraj’s shocking transformation
Actor, director, and scriptwriter, Jugal Hansraj is popularly known for his role in Shah Rukh Khan starrer ‘Mohabbatein’. He has turned unrecognizable in his recent pictures. The actor who made his Bollywood debut as a child artist was netizens favorite for his chocolate boy image in the 90s films. The actor was recently snapped with Anupam Kher and his then and now pictures will surely shock you.
Shocking transformation of Jugal Hansraj
Jugal Hansraj kick-started his Bollywood journey as a child artist. The actor made his debut with Shekhar Kapur’s film, ‘Masoom’. The film also starred Urmila Matondkar and half-siblings chemistry was loved by the audience. For his good looks, innocence and acting skills everyone believed that he would become a huge star in Bollywood. However, destiny had something else for him planned.
Main Stream Films
After doing a lot of commercials and movie projects as a child artist, Jugal had then become a known face in Bollywood. The actor made his adult Bollywood debut with the film ‘Aa Gale Lag Jaa’ in 1994, which also starred Urmila Matondkar. The audience had loved Urmila and Jugal’s on-screen chemistry.
Chocolate Boy Image
After making a mark with her impeccable acting skills in the few films, Jugal Hansraj then became one of the most loved actor for his chocolate boy image. Remember the evergreen song-‘Ghar Se Nikalte Hee’ from the film ‘Papa Kehte Hai’? It starred Jugal Hansraj and Mayuri Kango in the lead roles. The songs went viral from this love story and thus the actor became famous for his chocolate boy image from the film.
Tough Phase In Acting Career
There is saying in Bollywood i.e every actor has his lucky time in Bollywood. After the downfall of his acting career, Jugal started to play supporting roles in films such as ‘Mohabbetien’, ‘Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham’, ‘Salaam Namaste’, ‘Aaja Nachle’ and few among others.[/image
A Shift To Direction
After facing failure in his acting projects, Jugal then turned a director and he has directed films such as ‘Roadside Romeo’ in 2008, ‘Pyaar Impossible’ in 2010. Interestingly, he even bagged the National Award of Best Director for ‘Roadside Romeo’ (Animation Film).
Jugal Hansraj was last seen sharing the screen space with Vidya Balan in the mystery thriller-‘kahaani 2: Durga Rani Singh’. He portrayed the role of Mohit Dewan, Minnie’s uncle in the film, who doesn’t believe in god and goddesses.
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