The bubbly Preity Zinta who floored us with her hits like 'Kal Ho Naa Ho', 'Dil Chahta Hai', 'Salaam Namaste' and 'Koi Mil Gaya' is all set for a comeback with her film 'Ishkq in Paris'. IPL commitments kept her away from the silver screen for nearly three years but the dimpled beauty is gearing up for her comeback and has also turned producer for the movie.
Sridevi dazzled us last year with 'English Vinglish'. Before Gauri Shinde's film, the heroine had last appeared in the 2008 movie 'Halla Bol' in a guest role. She left the industry in 1997 to focus on bringing up her daughters, but even at 49, she still manages to take our breath away.
Manisha Koirala attempted a comeback last year too with 'Bhoot Returns' though the movie sank at the box office. More bad news was to follow when the actress was diagnosed with cancer. She is currently undergoing treatment for the same.
The stunningly beautiful Karisma Kapoor, who once lit up the screen with her performances in films like 'Raja Hindustani', 'Dil Toh Pagal Hai' and 'Biwi No. 1', made a a comeback with her film 'Dangerous Ishhq' that released earlier this year. Kareena's older sister and mother of two, Karisma took a sabbatical after her last film 'Shakti- The Power' that released in 2002. Unfortunately, the movie bombed at the box office.
The talented actress created quite a buzz when she made her comeback with Aamir Khan. Kajol's film 'Fanaa' made headlines not only because the actress had returned to the silver screen but also because it was the first time the two actors were paired opposite each other, and that she had chosen Aamir over SRK to make a comeback. The movie was a huge hit at the box office and critics who wondered if she still had it in her, were silenced
The NRI actress made a comeback with 'Aaja Nachle', and also returned to India. The film had everything that you could expect from a Madhuri-starrer especially dance, dance and some more dance, but left us disappointed. But that has not deterred filmmakers from approaching her and the buzz is that Madhuri may play the lead in Anubhav Sinha's next project.
The 'Ankhiyon Se Goli Maare' siren who was extremely popular in the 90s, got married to film distributor Anil Thadani in 2004 and took a sabbatical from acting. After giving birth to two children, the actress is back but this time on the small screen as a host of the show, 'Issi Ka Naam Zindagi Hai', based on the lines of the popular show 'Jeena Issi Ka Naam Hai', hosted by Farooq Sheikh
Big B's affair with television started in the year 2000 with 'Kaun Banega Crorepati', a Hindi version of the popular UK show 'Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?' At the time, the actor was battling bankruptcy and hadn't delivered a hit in years, but after the show aired the rest, as they say, is history! The actor's small screen success also followed him to the big screen shortly after
Wearing polka dotted blouses and short skirts in her debut film 'Bobby', Dimple Kapadia at the age of 16 made heads turn, but broke many hearts when she decided to settle down with actor Rajesh Khanna and quit films. Soon after she separated from Khanna, Kapadia made a comeback on the silver screen with her film, 'Saagar' in which she plays the role of a woman torn between her best friend (Kamal Hasan) and lover (Rishi Kapoor). The film a huge success, Dimple won the Filmfare Best Actress Award and it was also India's official entry to the Oscars that year.