They are the toast of the film world – they enjoy international fame and make headlines wherever they go. Their films are viewed by majority of the audiences out there and they enjoy the best that an acting career has to offer. In case you are wondering, I am talking about Hollywood actresses. History is proof that every major film producing country in the world has exported their best talents to Hollywood with a bid for world domination. India being a film obsessed country needs no introduction to Hollywood and is it even possible for anyone to fall in love with movies, without falling head over heels for the leading ladies.
Here is an attempt to list the most popular and loved Hollywood actresses in India on the basis of their fan following and how much they dominate film discussions on a regular basis. It is not possible to make an accurate list since it is not based on any survey and every individual out there has different taste but one can make an observation as to the films of which actresses are released on a regular basis in India and who rules the internet or the social media space. The list below of the most loved Hollywood actress in India is more or less appropriate for the present time but it may keep changing as time goes on.
10. Marilyn Monroe
Her charm is universal and timeless. If you haven’t heard about her then you must be living under a rock. One of the first global stars of world cinema she redefined what it meant to be glamorous. She became a definitive pop culture icon when she entertained American troops at the end of the Korean War. A career that began as a model – including a scandalous photo shoot for Playboy magazine – went on to witness exhilarating highs as the resident royal sex symbol of Hollywood. Her public image shattered many moral conventions and her famous skirt blowing scene in ‘The Seven Year Itch’ even shocked her then husband Joe DiMaggio. She was an untamed soul who loved being in front of a camera and the audience absolutely adored her. In the peak of her career her fame knew no bounds – she graced the cover of every possible magazine cover around the world, including a Filmfare cover in India.