Indian actors are leaving an indelible impression on the global platform, venturing into the domain of international cinema alongside some of Hollywood’s most distinguished talents. The New Year reveals an exciting array of Indian performers including Sobhita Dhulipala, Ali Fazal, Neha Dhupia and Ishaan Khattar amongst others, who are ready to create a significant impact on the world cinema stage, highlighting their adaptability and further amplifying the burgeoning influence of Indian cinema on a global scale.
Here are 7 Indian actors who will make their international debut in 2024:
Sobhita Dhulipala in Monkey Man
Renowned for her grace and sensuality, Sobhita Dhulipala marks her Hollywood debut in Monkey Man, starring alongside Dev Patel. The recently released trailer provides a glimpse into Patel’s character seeking revenge from the underworld for childhood atrocities, generating excitement and congratulations from industry peers for Dhulipala’s stellar performance and stunning look.
Neha Dhupia in an untitled family drama
Neha Dhupia is set to explore international waters in a family drama directed by Egyptian filmmaker Ali El Arabi. The film, set against the backdrop of Kochi and Qatar, revolves around the intricate bond between a mother and her son, woven together with the theme of football, promising a captivating cinematic experience in 2024.
Ishaan Khattar in The Perfect Couple
Ishaan embarks on his Hollywood journey with the web series The Perfect Couple, directed by Susanne Bier and featuring Nicole Kidman. Adapted from Elin Hilderbrand’s novel, this six-part series promises an engaging narrative in Khattar’s international debut.
Ali Fazal in Afghan Dreamers
Adding another feather to his international cap, Ali Fazal takes on the lead role in Afghan Dreamers, directed by two-time Oscar winner Bill Guttentag. The film narrates the true story of Roya Mahboob, an Afghan tech entrepreneur challenging societal norms by empowering young women in science and technology.
Richa Chadha in Aaina
Richa Chadha gears up for her international foray through the Indo-British production Aaina, directed by Markus Meedt. Co-starring alongside William Moseley, the film explores the aftermath of violence on individuals, navigating through both London and India, and delving into their battles with PTSD.
Sikandar Kher in Monkey Man
Celebrating Sikandar Kher’s stellar entry into Hollywood with Monkey Man, Anupam Kher recently extended his congratulations, highlighting the actor’s journey into the global cinematic landscape.
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