There have been several discussions and heated debates about the most deserving films in 2014. The past year saw an interesting blend of films that won commercial success and critical acclaim. So while the big films got bigger, several offbeat projects also found several takers. In the second edition of IBNLive Movie Awards, we select nominees in various popular categories and allow our readers decide the outcome. Take our poll to vote and choose your favourite performers of 2014.
From Fawad Khan's subtle performance in 'Khoobsurat' to child actor Parth Bhalerao's strong role in 'Bhoothnath Returns'- 2014 saw some impressive debuts. But whose acting technique impressed you the most? Vote and let us know.
Tiger Shroff: He was butt of all jokes prior to the release of his debut film 'Heropanti'. But the young actor managed to shut his critics up with a skilfull performance and awe inspiring dance moves. This is one guy to watch out for.
Fawad Khan: The man who has already made the subcontinent swoon over him with his TV shows and Pakistani actor Fawad Khan did not disappoint his fans with his Bollywood debut in 'Khoobsurat'. The actor played a royal prince who struggles to strike a balance in following his heart and abiding by the strict rules set by his authoritarian mother.
Inaamulhaq: He had earlier written scripts for films and TV shows till 'Filmistaan' happened to him. He played the happy Bollywood fanatic Pakistani in Nitish Kakkar's 'Filmistaan' and together with actor Sharib Hashmi brought a smile on everyone's face with his performance.
Parth Bhalerao: It is not easy to match steps with a stalwart like Amitabh Bachchan in every frame but child artiste Parth Bhalerao managed to do just that in 'Bhoothnath Returns'. The little star has also impressed critics with his performance in Marathi film 'Killa'.
Tahir Raj Bhasin: We would have easily written him off had his cameo role in 'One By Two' been the only release this year but Tahir Raj Bhasin managed to make critics sit up and notice his talent in 'Mardani' where he played the antagonist.