We have often seen several Bollywood celebs coming up in an altogether different avatar for their movies.
In fact, there are several actors who don't mind going an extra mile in experimenting their looks.
From going bald to taking up a bearded look or opting for prosthetic make-ups, our celebs doesn't hesitate to get into a new skin to experiment with their looks and surprise the audience with their never seen before looks.
Here's a look at actors who stunned the audience with their onscreen looks:
Amitabh Bachchan for 'Paa' - When director R. Balki had come with 'Paa' in 2009, the audience find it really hard to believe that the kid named Auro in the movie was Amitabh Bachchan. Big B put took the help of prosthetic makeup to get that look.
Rishi Kapoor for 'Kapoor & Sons' - The veteran actor went unrecognised in Karan Johar's family drama 'Kapoor & Sons' with the help of prosthetic makeup. Rishi Kapoor, who has always experimented with his looks, has never disappointed his fans and this time too he won the hearts as the adorable grandfather in the movie.
Shah Rukh Khan for 'Fan' - Superstar Shah Rukh Khan too took the help of prosthetic make-up for his 2016 release 'Fan', wherein he was seen in a double role.
Akshay Kumar for '2.0' - Bollywood's Khiladi Kumar, Akshay is all set to make his debut in Tollywood opposite Rajinikanth in '2.0'. While the actor will be playing a negative role in the movie, Akki will also be seen in an extraordinarily scary avatar of a crow man. With shocking white hair, piercing yellow eyes and big black nails, he looks like something straight out of a nightmare.
Aamir Khan for 'Thugs of Hindostan' - Superstar Aamir Khan has been one of the few celebs who brings up something new for the audience everytime he comes on the silver screen. He recently surprised the audience with his avatar of a wrestler in his last release 'Dangal'. And now Khan will once again be seen in a different avatar in his upcoming movie 'Thugs of Hindostan'. For the first time, Aamir Khan will be boasting a heavy bearded look on the big screen.