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TV Hunks’ Transition from Small Screen to Silver Screen

TV Hunks’ Transition from Small Screen to Silver Screen

Our TV actors, no doubt, get immense love and attention from their fans. These TV actors have such a huge fan following that sometimes these actors are more popular than the Bollywood stars. The amount of love and support they get from their fans help them to take a plunge from small screens to big screens. There are many actors who forayed into Bollywood quitting their successful TV careers while some of them did it to try their luck out. But not everyone could make it in the industry. 

We bring you five most handsome hunks of TV screens that made their way to silver screen:


He has to top the list. From staring in ‘Kis Desh Mein Hai Mera Dil’ to ‘Pavitra Rishta’ and even taking part in celebrity dance reality show ‘Jhalak Dikhlaa Jaa’, Sushant has come a long way today. He is definitely amongst one of those actors who don’t find it necessary to look back. He made his amazing film debut with ‘Kai Po Che’ and impressed the biggies of the entertainment industry with it and since then he has been enthralling the audience with his amazing acting and dancing skills at the silver screen.


Gurmeet was the heartthrob of the viewers when he was working for television. He received fame by playing the role of Lord Ram in ‘Ramayan’. Post this, he went on to do various fiction shows and even took part in various reality shows. But now Gurmeet is seen only in the films. He starred in the movie ‘Khamoshiyan’ in 2015.


Jay was known face of Balaji Telefilms when he starred in their show ‘Kayamath’ as ‘Neev’, post which he hosted many reality shows. Jay also made his way into Bollywood with the film ‘Platform No.6’ in 2013 followed by ‘Hate Story 2’ and ‘Ek Paheli Leela'.

4. Karan Singh Grover

Karan Singh Grover debuted with Balaji Telefimls' ‘Kitnii Mast Hai Zindagi’ but rose to fame with his role as ‘Dr. Armaan Malik’ in ‘Dill Mill Gayye’. He was last seen on small screen with Zee TV’s ‘Qubool Hai’ post which he went on to work in Bollywood. He was seen with his wife Bipasha Basu in the film ‘Alone’ and ‘Hate Story 3’.


Barun Sobti became a household name with his show ‘Iss Pyaar  ko Kya Naam Doon’ oppositie Sanaya Irani but post that he took a break from tv and tried his luck in bollywood with the film ‘Mai Aur Mr. Right’. But Barun is back into television on his fans demand with his show ‘iss pyaar ko kya naam doon 3’.