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Dec 25 2013, 15:37 IST
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SummaryActors who stepped out of their stronghold.

The original He-man of Hindi films, Dharmendra makes his Punjabi film debut in Subhash Ghai’s Mukta Arts production Double Di Trouble.

The actor plays a double role in this action drama.

With this film, Ghai too ventures in the Punjabi film domain for the first time.

Dabangg actor Salman Khan makes a guest appearance in Nishikant Kamat’s film Lai Bhari with which Riteish Deshmukh too forays into acting in Marathi films after producing the successful Balak Palak early in the year.

The film dealt with the importance of imparting sex education in the right manner to impressionable minds.

After a long hiatus from Marathi films, veteran actress Tanuja made a comeback in Nitish Bharadwaj’s debut directorial film Pitruroon.

To add authenticity to her character of a widow, she has shaven her head in the film, that sees Sachin Khedekar play a double role.

Kahaani director Sujoy Ghosh redirects his career graph by donning the grease paint in late director- actor Rituparno Ghosh’s swan song Satyanweshi.

He played the role of the popular detective Byomkesh Bakshi.

Dhanush, who dons many hats—that of an actor, playback singer, lyricist and producer, shot to fame with the immensely popular song Kolaveri di.

He made his big Bollywood debut in Aanand L.

Rai’s Ranjhanaa.

Ashutosh Rana made his Marathi film debut with Yeda, where he played an eccentric Brahmin, Appa Kulkarni.

Director Priyadarshan, noted for his vast repertoire of films in several languages, made his acting debut in the Malayalam film Kalimannu, directed by Blessy.

He essayed a cameo of a director in the movie.

South superstar Chiranjeevi’s son, Ram Charan made his Bollywood debut opposite Priyanka Chopra in the remake of the Amitabh Bachchan-starrer Zanjeer (1973), directed by Apoorva Lakhia.

After producing the Marathi film Vihir, AB Corp returned to the regional fold with the Gujarati movie Saptapadii.

Akshay Kumar, who turned producer with OMG: Oh My God!, produced his first Marathi film 72 Miles: Ek Pravas under his banner Grazing Goats Pictures.

Oscar-winning sound designer Resul Pookutty has given music for the Marathi film, A Rainy Day, directed by Rajendra Talak.

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