This Is How These Famous Child Artists Look Like Now

Also know what are they upto now!

This Is How These Famous Child Artists Look Like Now
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Whenever you look at the kids playing in your locality, do you feel like getting back to the days when even you were a kid? The answer is probably, yes. Because childhood is surely the golden period of everyone's life and the memories of that times remain with us, until the end of our journey of life. 

Now, when we are all grown up, we surely can't step into the shoes of a child, but whenever we get a chance to relive those golden moments. We never let go such opportunities. Today, here's something which will take you down the memory lane, which will bring a cute smile on your face. And something which will make you feel nostalgic.

Are you excited to know about that 'something'? I know you are.

WittyFeed is here with a list of child artists which were once inseparable parts of our routine, and we all grew up with their presence in our life. Today we are here to tell you about what are they upto now. Let's have a look into their lives!

1. Swami from Malgudi Days.

1. Swami from Malgudi Days.

'Malgudi Days',  a television show which was a part of our life back then, when we were kids. Swami, the lead child actor of the show, was like a friend for us, in those times. 

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Swami isn't a kid anymore!

Swami isn't a kid anymore!

This friend who accompanied us in our childhood days is now all grown up like us. Swami aka Manjunath Nayaker is a PR professional for Bangalore–Mysore Infrastructure Corridor Project (BMICP) now and prefers to stay away from the limelight.

2. Remember this 'Complan Girl?'

2. Remember this 'Complan Girl?'

Whoa! Many of us grew up sipping in Complan Milk, which was a must when we were kids. But do you remember the advertisement of Complan, from that era? And the girl who was a part of that ad series?

She is now one of the prettiest actresses of B-Town.

She is now one of the prettiest actresses of B-Town.

That cute girl with two ponytails grew up as a successful actress, Ayesha Takia.

3. I bet you don't know about this Complan Boy.

3. I bet you don't know about this Complan Boy.

Do you know who is this boy who too was a part of the ad series of Complan?

He was none other than the very handsome Shahid Kapoor.

He was none other than the very handsome Shahid Kapoor.

You will be surprised to know that he was Shahid Kapoor. Yes, the very handsome actor of Bollywood, Shahid Kapoor.

4. 'The Colgate girl'.

4. 'The Colgate girl'.

Remember this cute girl who was a prominent face of Doordarshan once? She also became a household face, after she got featured in an advertisement of Colgate.

Meet Shahinda Baig aka Colgate girl.

Meet Shahinda Baig aka Colgate girl.

Shahinda isn't into acting anymore. She is now a part of the aviation industry and works for an airline company in Dubai.
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5. 'Rasna Baby'

5. 'Rasna Baby'

She gained popularity, after she appeared on-screen in an advertisement of Rasna. 

Woo! She is now a ravishing actress.

Woo! She is now a ravishing actress.

Ankitha Jhaveri aka 'Rasna Baby', is now a leading actress of Tollywood.

6. The very innocent Tina from the film Mr. India.

6. The very innocent Tina from the film Mr. India.

The audience simply loved Tina, and her innocent face won million hearts after the release of the film Mr. India.

She isn't just cute anymore...

She isn't just cute anymore...

The very cute Tina from Mr. India aka Huzaan Khodaiji is working as an advertising executive with a popular advertising company, Lintas.
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7. The chirpy break dancer from the film Mr. India.

7. The chirpy break dancer from the film Mr. India.

He was one of those characters of the Blockbuster film Mr.India, who was admired for the kind of role he played in the film. The naughty little boy who was fond of dancing in the film was none other than Ahmed Khan

He is now a successful choreographer in B-town.

He is now a successful choreographer in B-town.

And is now an owner of a leading dancing school of India.


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