Here’s a list of some noted stars who were once on top in the tinsel town.

Rani Mukerji

The bong beauty is one of the Bollywood actresses who has lost her charm on-screen. Though she made efforts for comeback through Aditya Chopra's productions, ‘Mardani’ which fell flat at the box office.  

Bipasha Basu

Once the sultry queen, who with her looks and bold style statement made men fall on their knees. However, Bips who shot to fame with ‘Jism’ lost her charm. Her movies like ‘Jism 3’, ‘Creature 3D’ and ‘Humshakals’ were unsuccessful on box office.


She was once the reigning queen of Bollywood. The actress gave many superhit films. However, after 'My Name Is Khan', Kajol suddenly disappeared, which made fans forget her very existence.

Ameesha Patel

Ameesha who became a sensation with her blockbuster debut, 'Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai' tried her luck many times to stay in the industry, but flopped.

Aftab Shivdasani

Aftab Shivadasani  entered the industry as a child artist with the film 'Mr India'. Before getting a break in movies he was seen in many TV commercials. He made his first Bollywood debut in Ram Gopal Varma's 'Mast' opposite Urmila Matondkar. He has had many hits and failures in the Bollywood. He was last seen in 'Grand Masti' in 2013, but the actor failed to make the mark.

Urmila Matondkar

Another actor who debuted as a child artist, Urmila Matondkar made her screen debut in the 1980 film ‘Kalyug’. She debuted as an actress in the Malayalam film 'Chanakyan'. In Hindi cinema, she made her mark with films such as ‘Rangeela’, ‘Judaai’, and ‘Satya’, all of which earned her Filmfare nominations. But Matondkar lost her plot and gave some massive flops in the 2000s culminating in her vanishing too.

Dino Morea

Dino Morea began his career as a model before becoming a Bollywood actor. His first film was 'Pyaar Mein Kabhi Kabhi' opposite Rinke Khanna. But he got his breakthrough in Rajiv Menon's Tamil film ‘Kandukondain Kandukondain’, and subsequently in the Hindi film ‘Raaz’ and ‘Gunaah’.

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