Can you guess who these children grew up to be?
These childhood pictures of famous celebrities are sure to separate the fans from the fanatics. Its time to put your observational skills to the test and point out the similarities between these stars and their childhood photos.
Not now, or even in a million years would we have thought that the small kid would turn into this big buff, sexy man to the right.
Amitabh began his career in films in 1969 as a voice narrator in Mrinal Sen's Bhuvan Shome. Director Satyajit Ray also used Bachchan's voice in his 1977 film Shatranj Ke Khiladi. He wanted to become an engineer and was keen to join the Indian Air
Alia Bhatt is hands down the cutest Bollywood baby! Ever!
Jackie's cub has grown into a 'Tiger'.
Sonakshi Sinha "Daddy se darr nahi lagta sahab ... pyar se lagta hai."
Aah! That smile! Everything about Kajol may seem different today (as compared to those old photos), everything except her smile.
The only remarkable change we see in these photos is Honey Singh's height.
Some things never change, right Bobby?
Take a look at Anupam Kher... with hair.
It's funny to see how little has changed with Jaaved Jaffrey's hair style. Put the glasses aside and use a filter on the recent picture and you won't know the difference.
Ali Zafar still donning those boyhood locks.
Playback singer Shreya Ghoshal who mainly sings in Hindi and Bengali films got her priorities right. Looks like her little dreams of being a singing star came true.
Bollywood actor Abhishek Bachchan born to Amitabh and Jaya Bachchan studied at some well known schools in Delhi, Mumbai and Switzerland, before joining Boston University, but he later dropped out. He was dyslexic during his childhood. He debuted as
Bollywood successful megastar Shahrukh Khan once tried his hand at a small restaurant business in Dariya Ganj but couldn't succeed. He worked as an usher at a concert and earned his first salary Rs 50. He completed the entire film, 'Kabhi Haan Kabhi
Bollywood 'Khiladi', Akshay Kumar is an early riser; he is off to Juhu Beach at 4 am irrespective of his shooting schedule. Lesser known fact is he was awarded the highest Japanese honour of ‘Katana’ and a sixth degree Black Belt in Kuyukai Gojuryu
Urmila Matondkar has acted in a T.V serial called 'Titliayan' on Doordarshan in the early eighties. She has also acted in two video films of Nari Hira's Hiba films "Kala Sindoor" and "Tumhare sahare". Her first film was 'Narsimha'. Urmila has been
Mahesh Bhatt was born to Nanabhai Bhatt, a Gujarati Brahmin and Shirin Mohammad Ali, a muslim. His parents were not married to each other. Mahesh got married to Kiran and they both have two children, Pooja and Rahul Bhatt.
Lesser known facts about Saif are that he is a trained guitarist and performed in concerts occasionally. He quit smoking after a mild heart attack in February 2007.
Kareena's name was derived from the book Anna Karenina, which her mother read while she was pregnant with her. Karishma and Kareena are granddaughters of veteran actor Raj Kapoor. Her actor father Randhir Kapoor wasn’t too keen on his daughter
Vivek Oberoi has appeared in more than a dozen productions, starting in the early 2000s. In 2007, he was nominated for a Filmfare Award for Best Villain for his role as Maya Dolas in Shootout at Lokhandwala. He was once dating Aishwarya Rai and is
Leading South Indian Asin Thottumkal debuted in 'Narendran Makan Jayakanthan Vaka' in 2001 and received the Filmfare Award for Best Tamil Actress. Her family was certain she would pursue science and the civil services and was amazed when she chose
Imran Khan's real name is Imran Pal. After the separation of his parents, he used his mother's surname. Imran played the role of the child Aamir Khan in films like Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak and Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikander. Imran Khan studied direction,
Preity Zinta was born in a small town (Shimla). She completed her schooling from Shimla and soon came to Delhi for her post graduation in Psychology. It was in Delhi that Preity Zinta was discovered by a photographer who persuaded Zinta to act in
Rani Mukherjee is a bollywood actor and a stage performer who has participated in two world tours. Rani was a part of 'Magnificent Five'. She got hitched with Aditya Chopra on 21st April 2014.
Shilpa Shetty made her debut in the film 'Baazigar' (1993). She has appeared in nearly 40 Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and Kannada language films, her first leading role being in the 1994 'Aag'. She married businessman Raj Kundra.
Sonam Kapoor, the freshest face of Indian film industry, is the daughter of film star Anil and Sunita Kapoor. Sonam joined Sanjay Leela Bhansali as an assistant for the making of the film ‘Black’ and gained insight into the art of filmmaking.
Raveena Tandon is an Indian actress and former model. She is the daughter of director Ravi Tandon. Raveena got her name from a combination of her father's name Ravi and mother's name Veena. She adopted two children Pooja and Chhaya as a single
To make things interesting we thought we'd start first with your favourite television star. Meet the then long and curly haired boy, Aakarshan Singh, who went on to star as Aryan in the television show 'Maharakshak Aryan'.
Who would have thought that the chubby cheeked Sriti Jha, who always seemed to have a poker face as a baby would grow up to play the role of Pragya in 'Kumkum Bhagya'.
Ravish Desai stole many hearts when he first appeared on the television show 'Satrangi Sasural', and looking at his kiddie pic, we are sure he has been at it since his childhood.
Time may have changed a lot for Mohit Malik, but certainly not the naughtiness in his eyes.
These stars have come a long, long way to making it big in the business. The road to fame and success is not an easy one, but if you hang in there long enough, you might just get there. Here's wishing you all a Happy Children's day.
Would you believ that the cutie in this picture with an 'ABC' bib is actually Bollywood star Aamir Khan.