TV Actresses : Here’s 5 Female Oriented Films That Could Have Cast These Actors In Lead Roles

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Dhrashti Dhami for Queen

Over the past couple of years, the trend of women-oriented movies has caught up. Earlier we have seen movies like Mother India, Arth, Bandit Queen, which were women oriented but now this trend has made a pleasurable comeback. Several leading Bollywood actresses like Priyanka Chopra, Kangana Ranaut, Rani Mukherjee, Vidya Balan have recently played strong characters in female centric movies. The success of these movies prove clearly that if the story is good and the actor is fabulous in her work then the movie can become a success commercially even without a big male actor.

Taking a glance at the pool of talent in our television industry, we see a lot of scope among these actors and believe to have a lot of potential. Imagine these TV actresses in the recent women centric movies playing strong characters? To ease things out, we bring to you the the TV actresses who according to us would fit perfectly into the shoes of the pratogonists in the following recent women oriented movies.

Dhrashti Dhami for Queen
Dhrashti Dhami for Queen

Queen – This movie starring Kangana Ranaut in the lead revolves around a girl who decides to go on her honeymoon to Paris and Amsterdam alone after his fiancé breaks off his marriage. This was a beautiful movie showing the journey of an under-confident girl becoming a strong and confident girl.

We believe the curly hair beauty Drashti Dhami can play the role with ease as she has the capability to show the various emotions of Kangana’s character in the movie.

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1 COMMENT

  1. I think ‘Sriti jha’ and ‘Anita Hassanandani’ will be perfect for ‘Mardaani’ and ‘Kahaani’ respectively…^_^
    ‘Rati Pandey’ is the best for ‘Mary Kom’ that’s true…’Divyanka Tripathi’ is also perfect for English Vinglish…^_^

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