Happy Children's Day 2019: Urmilla Matondkar, Neetu Kapoor, Kunal Kemmu And Other Child Artists Bollywood Has Known

As we celebrate Children’s Day 2019 today, here are six best child artists Bollywood has ever got. Actors like Urmila Matondkar, Neetu Kapoor, Jugal Hansraj and many more have charmed us with their talented acting skills and stellar performances for decades

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Happy Children's Day 2019: Urmilla Matondkar, Neetu Kapoor, Kunal Kemmu And Other Child Artists Bollywood Has Known
Children’s day is celebrated on November 14 every year, which also marks as birth anniversary of India’s first Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. The day is celebrated to increase awareness of the rights, care, and education of children because Panditji loved being around kids. The celebration of Children’s day was dated back to the year 1956, but after the death of Jawaharlal Nehru, his birth anniversary has every been celebrated as Children’s day in India due to his fondness towards children and popularity as ‘Chacha Nehru. As we celebrate Children’s Day today, here are six best child artists of Bollywood who have charmed us with their stellar performances for decades.

Today, in India, the entire country celebrates Children’s day with lots of zeal and excitement. As this day is observed as a special day for kids, over the years, Bollywood has gifted us with some talented artists who have outshined the public with their performances. With the need for child artists in Movies for roles to be played as children, many artists rose to fame with their stellar performances and have won the hearts of thousands. Amongst a few, some left us speechless with their acting skills, naming them, Neetu Kapoor, Hansika Motwani, Kunal Khemu, Jugal Hansraj, Urmila Matondkar, Aftab Shivdasani have played their parts well to be remembered. Also Read: Children's Day 2019: Sara Ali Khan, Sonam Kapoor And Bhumi Pednekar's Childhood Pictures Are Pure Gold


Neetu Kapoor – Mother to Ranbir Kapoor and wife of Rishi Kapoor, Neetu Kapoor rose to fame with her films since childhood from the age of 8. Known as Baby Sonia back then, the actress was a talented young star and was loved by the audiences for her performance. He won a lot of acclaim for her films Waris and Pavitra Paapi as a child actor, and also appeared in 1966 film Roopa, Dus Lakh and film Do Kaliyaan, where she played a double role.


Hansika Motwani – Born and brought up in Mumbai, Hansika is known for her roles in the film Koi...Mil Gaya and show Shaka Laka Boom Boom. The actress mainly appears in Tamil films and languages Telegu, Malayalam, Hindi and Kannada. Motwani has also won a South Filmfare award for her performance in a film.


Kunal Khemu - The actor marked his film debut with the Mahesh Bhatt 1983 film ‘Sir’. Kunal made his debut as a child actor with a Doordarshan series Gul Gulshan Gulfaam. Later as a child artist, Kemmu worked in films Raja Hindustani, Zakhm, Bhai, Hum Hain Rahi Pyar Ke, and Dushman.


Jugal Hansraj – Jugal began his career as a child actor with 1983 film Masoom. Later Hansraj also acted as a child actor in films 1986 Karma and Sultanat.


Urmila Matondkar – Matondkar has carved her niche in Bollywood with her stellar performances. The actress marked her debut as a child artist in 1980 Marathi film Zaakol and later marked her Hindi film debut with 1981 film Kalyug. The actress garnered her wide recognition with the film Masoom.


Aftab Shivdasani – The popular Mast actor was selected as ‘Farex’ baby while he was 14 months old. Since then, Aftab appeared in many TV commercials and pursued his acting career in films Mr. India, Shahenshah, ChaalBaaz, Awwal Number, C.I.D., and Insaniyat.

As we celebrate Children’s Day today, wishing all the kids a very ‘Happy Children’s Day.’


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