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Deepak Dobriyal

He has played comic, negative and creepy characters and each one of them stood out in the movie regardless of the number of people sharing his screen space. Out of all the roles, he's played, Tanu Weds Manu remains our favourite because of papiji.

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Tahir Raj Bhasin

Pradeep Sarkar’s Mardaani saw the rise of a particular young kid who is the head of a human-trafficking syndicate, engaging in a battle of wits with Rani Mukherjee – a police officer. Tahir Raj Bhasin impressed plenty of people with the way he held his own, and made a sinister character out of Walt.

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Surveen Chawala

A TV veteran and know for her work in Punjabi films, she grabbed the eye-balls with the racy Hate Story 2. However, she used her oomph and showcased some acting chops in Anurag Kashyap’s Ugly - we hope she arrives.

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Anand Tiwari

He got everyone’s attention with his line in the Tata Tea commercial – “If you’re not voting during elections, you’re sleeping.” He has played many many likeable roles in movies like Udaan, Kites, Go Goa Gone.

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Kunal Roy Kapur

That fat guy from Delhi Belly, with the tummy problems – or better known as the brother of UTV honcho Siddharth Roy Kapur and VJ-turned-actor Aditya Roy Kapur. He’s worked in a few indie films like Loins of Punjab Presents.

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Divya Dutta

For years, Divya Dutta has been "ohhh that one" in a movie. But, if you recall her roles in Bhaag Milkha Bhaag and Veer-Zaara, you will realise that she's been around for decades. When are we going to see more of her?

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Ratna Pathak Shah

Ratna Pathak Shah began her career in the year 1983 with Mandi, but rose to prominence in 1985 with the popular TV show Idhar Udhar. The actress over the years has appeared in many critically and commercially successful movies, including Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na, Khoobsurat, and Lipstick Under my Burkha.

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Amrita Puri

Being the only female actor in "Kai Po Che!", Amrita was of course in the limelight, but after her timid girl role in "Aisha", watching Amrita as Vidya was a breath of fresh air.

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