This is bromance of a different kind. In 'Filmistaan', Sharib Hashmi and Inaamulhag played two men from different countries who bond because of their common love for Bollywood and form a friendship that is so strong that it can fight all odds.
Alia Bhatt and Randeep Hooda are chalk and cheese and they still were in sync with each other in Imtiaz Ali's 'Highway'. The two actors played their role to perfection in a film which was heavily performance driven.
If you think Rajkummar Rao is a superlative actor you should see how Manav Kaul perfectly complements him in Hansal Mehta's 'CityLights'. With solid background in theater, the two actors made 'CityLights' a powerful film.
Siddharth Malhotra played the silent brooding goon in love with the chirpy Shraddha Kapoor in 'Ek Villain'. The couple looked so good together onscreen that it fueled rumours about their link-up off screen much to the discomfort of a certain Mr Aditya Roy Kapoor.
It has been an interesting first half of 2014 for Bollywood and some very hatke pairs won our hearts over with their chemistry and talent.
Kangana Ranaut and Lisa Haydon proved to the world then you don't always need a man to have a good time in the film 'Queen'. The two played strikingly different characters in the film who belonged to two different cultures and that made their chemistry extra special.
They haven't confirmed their relationship status but the chemistry that Alia Bhatt and Arjun Kapoor shared in '2 States' looked real and definitely not play acting.
Siddharth Malhotra and Parineeti Chopra made for a very unlikely pair in 'Hasee Toh Phasee' but the film perhaps worked because of that very fact. A hatke romance about a struggling entrepreneur and a mad scientist, Siddharth and Parineeti made for a cute pair.
They may have made fun of Tiger Shroff before the release of 'Heropanti' but the new actor managed to shut them up with his performance. Kriti Sanon- his co-star in the film also managed to make heads turn. Together they made for a cute couple on screen.