Discover the ‘It’ Boys of the 20s, the stars who ruled our hearts during this decade


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This decade has dropped some good new-age actors in our basket that changed the entire look of the Bollywood Industry as Ishaan Khatter makes our hearts go ‘Dhadak, Our ultimate boy next door, Rohit Saraf. Shantanu Maheshwari, a Gangubai favorite, and Vihaan Samat won us over with his ‘dimples’ and his smiles in Mismatched. Adarsh Gaurav’s intense energy to Babil Khan, the son of Irrfan Khan, made his acting debut in Qala. The 20s have provided us with a lovely table spread of tomorrow’s stars.

Ishan Khatter and MC Sher Siddhant Chaturvedi delivered an electric performance in Katrina Kaif’s Phone Bhoot. In 2020, he also wowed everyone with a spectacular performance in Khali Peeli. There’s no doubt that he’s one of today’s breakout stars!

Mismatched also featured Rohit Saraf, who played the perfect brother in The Sky is Pink. The role of Vedha’s brother was a perfect fit for him in the 2022 film Vikram Vedha. Watch out for this star!

He starred in the web series Mismatched, Harsh Agarwal, with special sensitivity, brought Vihaan into the spotlight. In Zoya Akhtar and Reema Kagti’s “Eternally Confused and Eager for Love,” he perfectly captured the awkwardness and anxiety of the 20s.

Recently, Shantanu Maheshwari shared the screen with Bollywood star Alia Bhatt in Gangubai Kathiawadi. In the film, audiences are left wondering who Shantanu Maheshwari is because of the undeniable chemistry between the pair. He is an actor and dancer best known for the role of Swayam in the hit drama Dil Dosti Dance (D3).

Babil Khan just made his debut this year and captivated us with his performance in Qala. Like Jagan in Qala, Babil Khan exudes innocence and honesty.

In Netflix’s The White Tiger, Adarsh Gourav played a central role in being nominated in the lead actor category at the BAFTA Awards 2021. He will be seen in Guns and Gulabs as well.

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