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Daddies of Bollywood: These South Asian Actors Are Aging Like Fine Wine

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by Jessie Brar – Follow @jessieebrar

Sure, all these new guys entering Bollywood are hot, but can we please take a moment to appreciate the men who have made our jaws drop over the years, and continue to do so today? The word “Daddy” has never been more applicable.

10. Milind Soman — Age: 52

Then:

Now:

Like a fine wine, this Indian Supermodel (& definite daddy) only gets better with age.

9. Anil Kapoor — Age: 60

Then:

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Now:

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Now I know where the fountain of youth went. . .

8. Aamir Khan — Age: 52

Then:

Now:

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Is this what dreams are made of?

7. Shah Rukh Khan — Age: 52

Then:

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Now:

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Is 52 the new 25? Like DAMN!!!

6. Saif Ali Khan — Age: 47

Then:

Now:

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In the words of his wife, this daddy is looking “P.H.A.T., Pretty, Hot and Tempting”!

5. Sunil Shetty — Age: 56

Then:

Now:

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Sorry, just trying to pick my jaw up off the floor. . .

4. John Abraham — Age: 44

Then:

Now:

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Did he even age?!

3. Akshay Kumar — Age: 50

Then:

Now:

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“Khiladi”? More like Killen’ Em Daddy!

2. Shahid Kapoor — Age: 36

Then:

Shahid Kapoor in 2005 (Photo Source: Bollywood Hungama)

Now:

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There. Are. No. Words.

1. Arjun Rampal — Age: 44

Then:

Now:

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Such a daddy that he even got a movie about it.

‘Tis the season for giving.

You’re welcome.


Chocolate Lover – Bollywood Dancer – Bhangra Enthusiast – Mental Health Advocate. Jessie Brar studied psychology at Queen’s University and now works in youth mental health promotion with Jack.org in Toronto, Canada. Her spare time is dedicated to raising awareness about mental health in the South Asian community through The Mental Health Spotlight (@TheMHSpotlight). The Mental Health Spotlight is a project dedicated to erasing stigma around mental health and mental illness in South Asian communities through the power of storytelling. In her downtime, she can be found cuddled up watching/reading Harry Potter, eating Reese’s Cups, or dancing to Bollywood and Bhangra tunes in front of a mirror. Check out more of her work on her website here.

 

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