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5  Debutant Pairs Ever Who Made A Strong Collective Impact



  1. Rishi Kapoor-Dimple Kapadia In  Bobby He was  the  bade ghar ka eklauta  beta  . She was his  nanny’s  grand daughter , and we  all know the rest. Buoyed  by  the best music score (by Laxmikant Pyarelal) ever in a teen romance of Bollywood, Bobby’s Rishi and Dimply Jodi created the  kind of craze never  seen before.Socho kabhi  aisa ho toh kya ho…haan, socho socho.
  2. Kamal Haasan-Rati Agnihotri in Ek Duuje Ke Liye: Playing  out a tragic  Tamil-Punjabi love story to  its doomed finale  this was  one of the  most exhilarating  romances  to have been  conceived for consumption. Director K Balachander remade his own Tamil blockbuster.And the Hindi version , again  bolstered by a  chartbuster score(again, by Laxmikant-Pyarelal) the  film made instant stars  of its lead pair, though  Kamal Haasan couldn’t eventually attain the heights in Hindi that he had achieved in Tamil
  3. Sanjay Dutt-Tina Munim in  Rocky Sanjay Dutt and his  brother-in-law  Kumar Gaurav both made their  debut at  about the same  time. Gaurav’s  Love Story was a blockbuster. Rocky did  average  business. But it was Sanjay Dutt and  Tina Munim from Rocky who catapulted  to fame. Dutt continues to have a  screen presence to this day. The songs  of Rocky  (composed by R D Burman) specially Kya yehi pyar hai play on.In fact this  is the  title  of  this week’s  new release featuring television start Karanvir Vora in  the  lead.
  4. Ranbir Kapoor-Sonam  Kapoor in  Saawariya:  Though this exquisite  excursion into experimentation   failed , the lead pair under the sensitive supervision  of  Sanjay Leela  Bhansali soared  like  a dream. Ranbir  was an  instant star, taking the nation into a collective swoon as he  danced in  towel to Jab se tere naina. Sonam made a  slower but steady impact.
  5. Meezan-Sharmin Segal in Malaal: The  latest  epistle to   that feeling called  love  is a tender  and strong  love story built around the  life in .  Though not directed  by   Sanjay Bhansali it bears  his stamp   in every frame . The  young debutants Meezan  and Sharmin Segal are refreshingly free  of  the  vain self-obsession that we see  in  today’s newcomers. They have a bright future ahead.
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