How many of these actors can you match with their younger appearance?
Showbiz is all about reinventing one's looks every few years.
And some of our filmi folk have really changed over the years.
Here's taking a look.
Two decades on, he was seen in the television show, Parvarish. He has a considerably fuller face and receding hairline now.
It seems all very incidental then, that when he unceremoniously abandoned his acting career to open swanky hotels in New York, he looked more business-like and only slightly rough around the edges.
Several decades after her career peaked and she retreated into a fiercely private life, she has retained her famous elegance.
While people were struck by how disrespectful he was, especially towards women, we were largely distracted by his (seemingly) Beavis and Butthead-inspired haircut.
With his return in Hindi films like Qayamat: A City Under Threat and Don, Chunky struck one as visibly different.
From the first film that brought him acclaim -- Ardha Satya -- to his latest costarring Dame Helen Mirren -- A Hundred-Foot Journey -- the acting stalwart has made an admirably dignified transition into middle age.
Her famously chuby cheeks have given way to a more defined jawline, dramatic eye makeup at all times and a more svelte frame.
The unstoppable veteran wears middle age well with a rare ease.
What a stark contrast there is between his Jaan Tere Naam days his TV days circa 2014, no?
Case in point: Here he is in a still from Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi (2003) and a more recent image.