These Bollywood celebrities have proved time and again that age is nothing but a number. Whether it is their genes or the fitness regime they’re following, these men and women surely seem to be getting better as they age.
And given the fact that good looks is an intrinsic element to be a Bollywood star, it shouldn’t be a surprise that these celebrities sometimes get compared to their own offspring. So, here’s taking a look at a few celebs who still haven’t passed their prime and have ended up surpassing their kids in the looks department.
Whether it is his impeccable sense of style, his baritone voice, or his effortless on-screen portrayals, Amitabh Bachchan still exudes the same charisma and aura that he did decades ago. We think Abhishek Bachchan is yet to grow out of his super-successful father’s shadow.
Life’s too short to have boring hair! Trying a new look this December completed from my bucket list! On my way to the #ipoy2016 awards!! pic.twitter.com/YvhTClBvGa
— Anil Kapoor (@AnilKapoor) December 13, 2016
Anil Kapoor never ceases to amaze us. Recently, we were all left awestruck after the 59 year old posted a snap of himself wearing a chic grey suit and sporting a brand new hairstyle. And while son Harshvardhan Kapoor is trying to get a foothold into Bollywood, we definitely think Anil Kapoor stole the limelight in one fell swoop (with the haircut).
Instagram.. Should I? Shouldn’t I? Daaaamn I already have..
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Suneil Shetty is hotter than ever before and is surely giving tough competition to Athiya who made her debut in Bollywood last year. Whether it is his super cool hairstyle, his ‘hipster’ beard or his chiseled body, he is definitely one of the hottest dads of Bollywood.
Ma and me at the music launch of Goynar Baksho! pic.twitter.com/WWBW2ElkeP
— Konkona Sensharma (@konkonas) April 2, 2013
Before Konkona Sensharma took over our hearts and minds with her powerhouse performances, we were (and still are) enamoured by her mother Aparna Sen, whose remarkable films made a significant contribution to Indian art house cinema. And we think she’s still the greatest ever.
It is really hard to fit into the shoes of Hema Malini, who was once known as the “Dream Girl” of Bollywood. Esha Deol did try her luck in Bollywood but learnt it the hard way. Her career may have fizzled out, but her mother remains an evergreen star who still manages to enthrall audiences, young or old.