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There are several performers with phenomenal talent, but the Bollywood industry has yet to realise their full potential. They have the power to divert the majority of the audience’s concentration away from the main protagonists. They continue to wow crowds with their skills, and people want to see them time after time, but they are ignored in Bollywood. Despite their incredible performances, these performers never received the recognition that they so richly deserved.

Every now and then, an actor breaks through and outperforms with brilliant and sincere portrayals. Celebrities like Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Jaideep Ahlawat have experienced this. Only their earlier efforts in Gangs of Wasseypur and Paatal Lok were recognized.

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Below the list are the 9 underrated Bolyywod actors who deserve more attention-

1. Ranvir Shorey

Shorey, who is known for films such as Pyaar Ke Side EffectsKhosla Ka GhoslaHoneymoon Travels Pvt. LtdBheja FrySingh Is Kinng, and Dasvidaniya, among many others, has expressed his dissatisfaction with prominent producers. He was quoted as saying by PTI,

“You should talk to the filmmakers, especially the mainstream ones and ask them why they don’t give me work. I did Ek Tha Tiger, but I wasn’t in Tiger Zinda Hai. I know and I feel that I’m ignored.”

Ranvir Shorey
Ranvir Shorey/Instagram

2. Sanjay Mishra

Did you know that this amazing actor once left Bollywood to work as an omelette maker in a Dhaba for Rs 150 per day? Did you know that he has been a part of the Bollywood industry for over 25 years? It’s a pity he isn’t better known for his outstanding performances in sitcoms like Office Office and films like MasaanDhamaalAll The BestGolmaal Again, and Kaamyaab, to name a few.

Most versatile actor Sanjay Mishra

3. Saurabh Shukla

Saurabh Shukla is a perfect example of a talented actor who is frequently eclipsed by a protagonist. He has played some remarkable parts during his three-decade career. Shukla has made people laugh with astonishing interpretations ranging from Kallu Mama in Satya to Tom Uncle in Mohabbatein, Pandurang in Nayak: The Real Hero to Justice Tripathi in Jolly LLB.

Saurabh Shukla in Barfi

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4. Sai Tamhankar

Mimi starred Kriti Sanon, and Pankaj Tripathi is a well-known opening sequence. Nonetheless, Sai Tamhankar’s modest but effective performance as Shama could not have been overlooked. While Sanon was fantastic as Mimi, Tamhankar’s genuine, likeable portrayal as a trustworthy buddy made Shama stick in my mind as well.

Sai Tamhankar
Sai Tamhankar/Instagram

5. Kay Kay Menon

Kay Kay Menon has proven to be one of Bollywood’s best actors with his impeccable dialogue delivery, compelling acting chops, and flexibility. He has produced great performances in everything from Hazaaron Khwaishein AisiBlack FridayLife in a… Metro, and Gulaal to Haider, The Ghazi Attack, and Special OPS. He is deserving of more widespread Bollywood attention.

Kay Kay Menon
Kaykay Menon/Instagram

6. Aparshakti Khurana

Aparshakti Khurana is underappreciated not for a lack of assignments, but for an availability of appropriate positions. While Helmet featured him in the lead, major entertainers such as Hum Do Humare Do maintained to placed him in smaller roles.

Aparshakti Khurana
Aparshakti Khurana/Instagram

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7. Arshad Warsi

When the producers wanted to create a successor to Jolly LLB after its popularity, they intended to put a prominent performer in the starring role rather than Arshad Warsi. As a result, Akshay Kumar was brought on board. Of course, the man addressed his dissatisfaction with the situation without hesitation. In an interview with Hindustan Times he told,

“So, (the truth is), I have completed 25 years in the industry, and I’m still looking for a job because that is how the industry is.”

Arshad Warsi
Arshad Warsi/Instagram

8. Sharib Hashmi

Hashmi is more than simply a good actor; he’s also a brilliant producer and director, as seen by his role in The Family Man. He was as brilliant in subsequent projects, the most recent being Pagglait, while he was faultless as JK in The Family Man.

Sharib Hashmi
Sharib Hashmi/Instagram

9. Shahana Goswami

Shahana Goswami proved that she is not your typical actress in Bombay Begums and The Last Hour. Her personalities linger with you for a long period of time because she has a way of demanding interest that isn’t based on dramatic gestures. New show have actually put her on the pathway to becoming a mainstream celebrity, despite her illustrious resume.

Shahana Goswami
Shahana Goswami/Instagram

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10. Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub

Regardless of how tiny or large his involvement was, Zeeshan Ayyub made lasting impression on audience. He has delivered some of the notable roles. His best work include Murari in Raanjhanaa, Chintu in Tanu Weds Manu Returns, Sadiq in Raees, Nishad in Article 15, and Manish in A Simple Murder.

Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub

11. Vijay Raaz

Vijay Raaz has proven his adaptability time after time, but Bollywood rarely employs his exceptional acting abilities. He is undoubtedly one of the performers we can never have enough of, with flawless portrayals in movies like as Monsoon WeddingRunDeewane Huye PagalWelcomeDhamaal, and Delhi Belly, among others.

Vijay Raaz awards
Vijay Raaz Fanclub/Facebook

12. Amit Sadh

He is well-known for his parts in movies such as Kai Po Che.  His acting career began with the Star Plus teen drama Kyun Hota Hai Pyarrr, and he went on to star in the TV program Bigg Boss (Hindi Season 1). He also starred as Kshitij, a barrister, in Shobna Desai’s Sony Entertainment Television serial Durgesh Nandinii.

Amit was previously seen in Amazon Prime’s online drama Breathe and its second act Breathe: Into the Shadows as Inspector Kabir Sawant, portraying the position of the top national bureau of investigation. He represents Major Videep Singh in Sony Liv’s upcoming series Avrodh the Siege Within.

Amit Sadh
Amit Sadh/Instagram

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13. Mahie Gill

Mahi’s initial break came in the Punjabi-based Bollywood movie Hawayein. Since then she went on to do a handful of Punjabi movies as well. Anurag spotted her for the first time at a function and immediately cast her as Paro in the film Dev.D. She appeared in UTV’s Aage Se alongside Shreyas Talpade and Irrfan Khan in Paan Singh Tomar alongside.

Mahie Gill Hot
Mahie Gill/Instagram

14. Shreyas Talpade

Shreyas Talpade is an Indian actor, filmmaker, and producer who has worked in both Bollywood and Marathi movies. He has starred in a number of critically acclaimed and financially successful movies, including the epic resurrection drama Om Shanti Om (2007) and the comedies Golmaal ReturnsGolmaal 3Housefull 2, and Golmaal Again.

In the Hindi version of Pushpa: The Rise, Talpade was the one who translated for Allu Arjun.

Shreyas Talpade
Shreyas Talpade/Instagram

15. Randeep Hooda

However, he received little notice and went on to star in a string of aesthetically and economically disappointing films, notably Karma Aur Holi. Hooda’s career took a turn when he appeared in Mumbaai’s successful and profitable Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai and he was afterward recognized for his portrayal in Saheb, Biwi Aur Gangster.

He continued to attract appreciation for his roles in movies such as the Highway, Rang Rasiya and Sarbjit as well as his main appearances in thrillers Jannat 2 and Jism 2.

Randeep Hooda
Randeep Hooda/Instagram

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16. Abhay Deol

Abhay is a performer who has never been afraid to speak his thoughts. Dev DRaanjhanaManorama six feet underZindagi Na Milegi DobaraShanghai, and Oye Lucky Lucky Oye are among his accomplishments.

underrated bollywood actors - Abhay Deol
Abhay Deol/Instagram

17. Nimrat Kaur

Nimrat began her career as a stage actress in 2009, working with theatre legend Sunil Shanbag in a theatrical at the Prithvi Theatre Festival. She was nominated for the Mahindra Excellence in Theatre Awards in the Best Actress position after completing nearly 50 shows.

Nimrat was hailed as one of the most outstanding theatrical performers, and she went on to collaborate with stage legends such as Manav Kaul, winning Best Actress for her performance in Akarsh Khurana’s Baghdad Wedding.

underrated actors in bollywood- Nimrat Kaur
Nimrat Kaur/Instagram
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