Kamaal Rashid Khan

Other names of Kamaal Rashid Khan: Kamal R Khan, KRK

Kamaal Rashid Khan better known as KRK is a realistic comedian, a television actor, film actor, producer and writer. Khan had started his career with the film Deshdrohi in 2008 in Bollywood as a producer and actor. Later on, he had also appeared as a supporting actor in a movie named Ek Villain by Mohit Suri. Kamaal Khan became a famous name in the TV industry after his television debut in Season 3 of Bigg Boss, the Indian reality TV show which is an adaptation of UK based reality TV show ‘Bigg Brother’.

The actor was nominated for eviction for 3 consecutive weeks. Later on, he became the first contender to be impulsively kicked out from the Bigg Boss house owing to his violent behavior towards other house mates. The actor abused Rohit Verma and then threw a water bottle at him. Unfortunately, the bottle hit Shamita Shetty accidentally. In the show, Khan also had a turbulent fight with comedian Raju Srivastav. The show authorities asked Khan to leave the house on the night. Later on, on 19th of November, Khan re-entered the house of Bigg Boss as a wild card entrant. The second stint of Khan ended in Week 10.

Khan was also involved in a controversy for his debut film Deshdrohi. The movie was banned in Maharashtra by the state government owing to concerns related to riots. In one of the instances, Kamaal Khan was accused of making offensive caste based remarks and slanderous remarks against Dhanush, South Indian actor in his review for the latter's debut Hindi movie Raanjhanaa. The reviews were posted on YouTube.

Thereafter, a case under Section 66A of the IT Act was registered against the actor which was lodged by Dr Bheemrao Ambedkar Vichaar Manch secretary R.L. Kane through email. The film fraternity also approached the Federation of Western India Cine Employees (FWICE). They demanded a complete ban against the actor.

One can say that KRK is an illegitimate son of controversy. Nowadays, he is more famous for his controversies than his movie related things.

Another version of this bio...

Kamaal Rashid Khan or Kamal R Khan (or KRK in short) was born on January 1st, 1975 Deoband district of Uttar Pradesh. Kamal has devoted his entire career to films and associated media. He has tried his hand as an actor both in the cinema and television in the Hindi film industry. He also writes and produces films. His appearance on television includes a short period when he was featured on the third season of the popular reality television show-‘Bigg boss’.

‘Deshdrohi’ is a film that he produced and also featured him as an actor. He has produced another film called ‘Munna Pandey Berozgaar’ which was a Bhojpuri movie. Kamal also made a cameo appearance in the film ‘Ek Villian’. Currently, he is engaged in the production work of his third film (as a producer) - ‘Deshdrohi2’. Since the beginning of his career, Kamal has been in the middle of controversies, such as his temper tantrums during the shooting of ‘Bigg Boss’.

Bigg Boss is a reality show that takes place inside the confines of a house. The contestants are to remain in the house during the entire production of the show and their life inside this house is shot and broadcasted. Kamaal R Khan was noticeable for certain acts that he committed during this shoot such as throwing a water bottle in rage against another housemate.

The film that he produced- ‘Deshdrohi’ was banned in Maharashtra as the government feared that it would cause riots in the state. Apart from this, Kamaal also lands into trouble often by simply speaking out his mind. While criticizing a movie in which a South Indian actor played the lead role, he accidentally made racist remarks at the actor. The same scenario repeated when the words that he used to describe Rajnikanth’s movie – ‘Kochaadiyan’, were derogatory and unnecessary.

He had to face the wrath of Rajinikanth’s fans for several days. Apart from his minor unpleasant instances in the industry, He is a very promising individual in the field of cinema.

His real name is Rashid Khan but he added Kamaal to it making it Kamaal Rashid Khan. Though he is not famous for his movies, we can say he does KAMAAL atleast through his controversies.

Jaswinder Bhalla

Jaswinder Singh Bhalla, a faculty at Punjab Agricultural University, is a Punjabi actor chiefly known for his comical roles. Bhalla's career as a professional comedian started in 1998 with Chankata 88. Jaswinder Singh Bhalla debuted in movies with the film Dulla Bhatti, but his comical journey started in his Punjab Agricultural University days where he performed in several University programs. Along with Mukunda Sharma, he released an audio cassette named Chhankata 1988 which marked the beginning of his career as a comedian. Their comical abilities were noticed by Doordarshan Kendra, Jalandhar during their performance in Pro. Mohan Singh Mela. Jaswinder Singh went on to release more than 27 audio visual material for the Chhankata series with Bal Mukunda Sharma. Jaswinder Singh has also appeared in Punjabi feature films like Jeela Ji, Mahaul Theek Hai, Power Cut, Kabaddi Once Again, Mel Kara De Rabba, Jatt and Juliet, Jatt Airways, Jihne Mera Dil Luteya. His chankatta series has also invited its fair share of controversies. The 2003 instalment of the series was objected to by certain ragi jathas. They accused him of mocking them and asked for apology. The artists did apologize. He was also assaulted by a government office for his satirical take on government. Another version of this bio... Jaswant Singh Bhalla, or Jaswant as we all know him, is a famous Punjabi comic and actor. He has obtained Ph. D in Agricultural Science from the Punjab Agricultural University. He is still associated with PAU as Professor on a regular basis. While a scholar at PAU, he used to perform as a stand-up comedian for the programs and functions in the university. In 1988, alongside his classmate from PAU, Bal Mukund Sharma they released an audio cassette known as Chhankata 1988, where he plays several characters from all walks of life in Punjabi society, this marked the start of his career. Chacha Chatur Singh was one of the protagonists and many other characters such as Bhana, JB, and Taya Fumhan Singh and the jokes revolved around the politics in Punjab and sometimes one the rural-urban divide. The name of the cassette label Chhankata came from the yearly program performed by both of them at college level. Both of them got observed by the local Doordarshan Kendra, during their performance at a cultural fest on a kind request by Punjabi big shot Jagdev Singh Jassowal. There are 27 audio video cassettes of the Chankata series featuring Neelu Sharma along with Bal Mukund Sharma, the last cassette of the series was released in 2009. Jaswinder has also shown interest in acting and has featured in many Punjabi films including Jeeja Ji, Mahaul Theek Hai, Jihne Mera Dil Luteya, Apan Phir Milenge, Jatt and Juliet and many more. These are some of his notable works and in most of the films; the story always contains a social message on issues such as female foeticide, unemployment, and substance abuse. Jaswant lives a very ordinary life even after so much of local stardom; he has also performed outside India. He is happily wedded to Parminder Bhalla and has two children a son and a daughter.

Jaswinder Bhalla Hindi Actor