We grew up watching iconic cartoons and movies, something which keeps us entertained even today. Even if we’ve outgrown the age of watching cartoons, we still feel nostalgic when we come across our favourite characters. To address this nostalgia and the fanboy/fangirl in you, we decided to find the oddest of similarities between your favourite celebs and most-loved cartoons. Imagine your celebrities as cartoon characters, you cannot not laugh at the uncanny resemblance. Take a look at these celebrities that look like cartoon characters.
Let's start this list of celebrity cartoon look-alikes with this one. Who’d have thought Disney would draw inspiration for the love interest of Rapunzel from Ranveer Singh. And it’s not just his looks that bears resemblance to the Band Baaja Baaraat actor, their personalities are quite similar as well.
Sanjay Dutt’s Kancha Cheena from Agneepath (2012) seems like a live action adaptation of the self-inflicted injury loving Uncle Fester from The Addams Family (1973). The only difference? Uncle Fester loves blowing himself up while Kancha Cheena loves blowing up others.
When it comes to celebrities that look like cartoons, we can’t help but compare our Bhai to He Man, when he literally dressed in an attire that strongly resembles the popular superhero in the movie Suryavanshi (1992). He Man draws his superhuman strength and power from Gray Skull, but we’re still in the dark about the source of Bhai’s unlimited power.
It seems like Gru, the heroic villain from Despicable Me franchise was created in the image of Feroz Khan, the iconic Bollywood actor who played both positive and negative roles with equal finesse. Taking the similarities even further are both Gru’s and Feroz Khan’s characters’ looks in Welcome (2007) and Despicable Me (2010)
Looks like the writers of Comedy Nights with Kapil created the character of Palak, played by the comedian Kiku Sharda while watching Shrek. The similarities between Palak and Princess Fiona are just uncanny.
Don Carlton, a side character from the movie Monsters University and our favourite, Judge Tripathy, portrayed by Saurabh Shukla in the Jolly LLB franchise share the same moustaches and paunches but the most prominent similarity between them is their positive outlook.
There’s no direct resemblance between both the actors and their cartoon counterparts, but the love-hate relationship of both the Khans and our favourite cat & mouse pair is the sole redeemer of this comparison.