Farid Amiri is a veteran actor as well as a dress designer. He kick - started his career as a costume designer in the year 1996. Farid worked for the movie called Krishna. He designed extravagant dresses for the actors in the film and received decent appreciation for his costumes. Then in the year 2005, he started his career as an actor in the picture Laila. He has done upto nine films till now and will be doing more movies in the future. Farid is mainly known for the movies; Kalyug, Krishna, and Sunday. He played the role of Vikram Grewal in the movie Kalyug. Then in the year 2006, Farid worked with the film Golmaal: Fun Unlimited. He played the role of money in this movie.
In the movie, Gopal, Lucky, Madhav, and Laxman - four guys are destined together by their child-like notoriety and business of defrauding people for fun and money. Laxman is a brainy student who is not permissible to pass by his naughty band of friends Gopal, Madhav, and voiceless Lucky. He is peer-pressured into running a sequence of cons to make himself and his friends some money. Once unnerved out of college bag-n-baggage, the famous foursome finds shelter in the bungalow of a blind couple as their grandson. A cat mouse game reveals as Laxman's body and Gopal's vocal sound makes for Sameer (The grandson from the US). Each time the blinded Dadaji comes amongst them, funny situations arise. In the year 2007, he enacted the character of Shiva in the film, Chodon Naa Yaar.
In the next consecutive year, he enacted in the movie Sunday. An amnesiac woman doubts a missing day in her life may link her to wrong doing and tries to review her steps between Saturday evening and Monday morning. In the year 2010, he worked for the movie Tum Milo Toh Sahi. In the movie, after reticent as a Law Clerk, Subramaniam departures into himself, his recollections about his mother, and his minor apartment. He rents out the apartment to Bikramjeet Singh, who was debarred from the hostel, on the state that he cannot request any women even to visit him. A chance meeting with 'Lucky Cafe' restaurant holder, Delshad Nanji, first provokes him, then he surrenders and becomes a regular supporter along with several students.