Remember Aamna Sharif's debut? Kumar Sanu's 'Dil Ka Aalam' was her first ever appearance in small screen and her style transformation is totally stunning.
Besides fashion, remember '90s music? Euphoria, Alisha Chinoi, Sonu Nigam, Indian Ocean, Falguni Pathak, Bombay Vikings— the '90s generation was lucky enough to witness and experience a whole new dimension of music.
While you were grooving on the Indie-pop tunes, you probably might have not noticed the Bollywood stars who made their first ever appearances on the screen.
From Bipasha Basu to John Abraham and Malaika Arora, the Indian pop artists and bands did launch such famous faces. Even current superstars Shahid Kapoor and Deepika Padukone made their debuts with music videos only.
These Bolly celebs have come a long way from their music video days, undergoing undeniably a drastic style transformation.
Shahid Kapoor's boy-next-door act in Aryans music video ‘Aankhon mein tera he chehra’ was adorable. Shahid's macho look at present clearly shows his transformation from the chocolate boy look.
Deepika Padukone started her career with Himesh Reshammiya's music video ‘Naam Hai Tera’. This International star's style journey is pretty epic.
Malaika Arora starred in the famous video ‘Gur naal ishq mitha’ with Jas Arora and this catchy tune is till date a popular choice at Indian weddings.
Remember Ayesha Takia as a cute girl-next-door in Falguni Pathak's song ‘Meri chunnar udd udd jaye’? Talking about drastic transformation, we have a clear winner.
Milind Soman, India's Ironman was first ever seen in pop singer Alisha Chinai’s ‘Made in India’ video. Be it Alisha's tune or Milind's hot bod, we still have enough good reasons to remember the song.
Riya Sen was totally adorable in Falguni Pathak's music video ‘Yaad piya ki aane lagi’ and Riya has evolved into a stylish diva indeed ever since her debut.
None other than Vidya Balan starred in Euphoria's music video ‘Kabhi aana tu meri gali…’ back in the '90s.
Bipasha Basu kick started her career with Sonu Nigam’s music video ‘Kab Ye Janegi’. You can't deny Bipasha's admirable style journey.
John Abraham was the star who made his debut with Pankaj Udhas’s music video ‘Chupke Chupke’. Well, who thought of that!