Indian television has been responsible for making childhood awesome, especially for the 90s kids. Following the various fairy tales and other fictional shows that swept the hearts of children, was truly one of the memorable times for the kids. From serials like Sonpari to Shaka Laka Boom Boom to Karishma ka Karishma and Shararat, etc. the various television series helped the various child artists of that time to pursue a shining career in the glamour industry.
While some of them became immensely popular as grown-ups as well, the others faded to oblivion making us all left with memories of their brilliant works from the 90s. Following this, today in this post, we have re-collected a list of some child artists who mesmerized the audiences with their cute appearances in various children entertainment shows back in the 90s and after having a break from the industry for years, they again made a comeback with a bang as adults. While some of them were able to cast their magic again, the others could not recreate the same magic on the screen. Let’s have a look at the artist who made a comeback after years:
Making us all fall for his innocence in the most popular Hindi serial Balika Vadhu, this actor shot to fame overnight. Being a child artist playing the character of Jagdish in the serial, the actor appeared alongside the other child artist, Avika Gaur. While both of them became highly successful and were loved by millions, the actor Avinash Mukherjee’s exit from the show became disheartening news for the fans.
And post his exit in the show, the actor started making short appearances in various other shows however, he grabbed a recognizable role after years and made a comeback with the serial Shakti: Astitva Ke Ehsaas Ki. After taking a brief amount of break from 2010 to 2012, the actor was only confined to making appearances in various lesser prominent shows. The actor has now grown up into a handsome hunk and is currently working in the serial Sasural Simar Ka 2.
Making our childhood awesome with the hilarious role of Tito in the serial Shaka Laka Boom Boom, the child artist Madhur Mittal won the hearts of people. Starting his career back in 1997 by winning the dancing reality show, Boogie Woogie, the actor started making a career as a child artist in the Bollywood industry where he appeared in several films like Kahin Pyaar Na Ho Jaye, One Two Ka Four, Say Salaam India and various other television shows with Shaka Laka Boom Boom being the most prominent one.
Several years later, the actor again stepped into the industry and grabbed a major role as Salim in the film Slumdog Millionaire. This helped him to gain worldwide attention and he became a star overnight and even received the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture.
Foraying into the television world with his lead role as Sanju in the serial Shaka Laka Boom Boom the child artist, Kinshuk Vaidya became highly favorite for the audiences. Being a child while we all started to believe about him having a magic pencil, Kinshuk Vaidya appeared in the role of Sanju from 2002 to 2004.
And after taking a break from the industry for years, the actor reappeared on the screen as a grown-up in the serial Ek Rishta Sajhedari ka. While this serial became immensely popular following his appearance after years, the serial could only be made to 160 episodes. The impressive performance of Kinshuk as Aryan Sethia became a hot topic at that time.
Entertaining the masses with his brilliant performance as Gautam in the serial Just Mohabbat the child artist Aditya Kapadia has now grown into a handsome hunk. While we all wanted him to see more of the actor right after the serial Just Mohabbat, he rather went on to take a break from the industry and made an appearance after years as Ram Kapoor’s son Kush Kapoor in the popular daily soap Opera Bade Achhe Lagte Hain.
Nailing his roles both as a child artist and a grown-up in the historical period dramas, the actor Rajat Tokas has been one of the brilliant actors of the television industry. Becoming famous as a child artist with the historical series Prithviraj Chauhan, Rajat played the lead role of brave Prithviraj in the serial.
And after taking a break for years, the actor again made a comeback as a grown-up in another historical drama series, Jodha Akbar. Playing the lead role of Akbar, the intense performance of the actor was highly loved by the audiences making the serial one of the brilliant works of the television industry.