Born in a family that has strong ties in the film industry, it wasn’t too long before Arbaaz Khan jumped into Bollywood. Born in 1967, he started his career as an actor and then decided to switch to the production aspect of films later on. 

Arbaaz had big shoes to fill with his older brother, Salman Khan Salman Khan is a very famous Indian actor and a pr >> Read More... Salman Khan , being a superstar actor. He has held many leading and supporting roles in movies throughout his acting career. He is well known for his supporting roles in Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na in which he appeared with his brother Sohail Khan Sohail Khan is an Indian Film Actor. He is also a >> Read More... Sohail Khan and Dabangg 1 and 2 in which he worked with his other brother Salman Khan. He is currently working on a comedy film, Kis Kisko Pyaar Karu, alongside Kapil Sharma Kapil Sharma was born in a small town of Amritsa >> Read More... Kapil Sharma from Comedy Nights with Kapil.

2010 was a great year for Arbaaz as he ventured into production and established his own production house, Arbaaz Khan Productions. This led to the creation of the blockbuster Dabangg. The movie grossed over US 34 million dollars and won various awards at Filmfare, IIFA, and Zee Cine Awards. This prompted the production of Dabangg 2 which also received a warm welcome in the box office throughout the world. 

Arbaaz has a son, Arhaan, with his wife Malaika Arora Khan. Malaika is also an actress and famous for her item numbers most notably for her performance in Dabangg’s “Muni Badnaam Hui”. The two met at a coffee ad shoot and got married in 1998. Arbaaz has two brothers, Salman and Sohail, and two sisters, Arpita and Alvira.
Arbaaz Ali Khan Hindi Actor

Arbaaz Ali Khan

Arbaaz Ali Khan is a renowned Indian actor and the son of the late prolific Hindi film actor, Ajit Khan. He is also the brother of Bollywood actor, Shehzad Khan. Arbaaz was debuted and starred in the Hindi romance film, Solah Satra, alongside Ekta Sohini in the lead roles in the year 1990. In the same year, he was seen in the Hindi film, Police Public. It took him six years before his comeback in the silver screen through the Pakistani film, Ghunghat, in 1996. A year later, he was starred as a police officer, alongside Amitabh Bachchan, Dimple Kapadia, and Karishma Kapoor, in the Bollywood musical action film, Mrityudata. In 2003, he played as Rocky, the henchman of Kabir Bedi’s character in Akshay Kumar-starrer ‘Talaash: The Hunt Begins..’ Arbaaz made an appearance in the blockbuster crime film, Black Friday – The True Story of the Bombay Bomb Blasts, helmed by Anurag Kashyap. This film was adapted from Hussain Zaidi’s book about the 1993 Bombay bombings. In 2005, he played as Emperor Jahangir in Akbar Khan’s Bollywood historical drama film, Taj Mahal: An Eternal Love Story and did a small stint in Once Upon a Time in Mumbai in 2010. He also acted in the romantic comedy film, I Love New Year, in 2013. However, after many delays, this film was released in 2015. In the year 2014, he starred in the Bollywood horror film, Neighbours, which was directed by Shyam Ramsay. However, this film failed miserably at the box office. Arbaaz also ventured into television and acted in many television shows including Life OK’s Main Lakshmi Tere Aangan Ki, 24 on Colors and Karam Apnaa Apnaa on STAR Plus. He played as Amritlal, who has a dark past, on Colors’ Sanskaar – Darohar Apni Ki. In 2014, he essayed the role of Balram in the drama series, Devon Ke Dev… Mahadev. He also portrayed the role of the flirtatious, Rajwada King, in Pride Rock Television’s Time Machine on Epic Channel. Before this, the talented actor was also seen as Harshvardhan Kapoor in the popular drama series, Madhubala – Ek Ishq Ek Junoon on Colors TV. Besides acting on television and the big screen, Arbaaz was featured in many advertisements. He is fluent in English, Marathi, Urdu, Persian and Bengali languages and he usually portray roles with gray shades. Before his debut film, he acted in Mohamad Reza Aalami’s Ashoobgaran in 1998.


Arjun Chakraborty

Arjun Chakraborty is an Indian film actor and director. He was born in a remote village in Rajasthan. His father, who is a doctor, is keen on doing social service and shifted to Rajasthan to serve the people and the country. When he is about to enter college, he wanted to study science, and thus he attended Maharana Bhopal College of Udaipur. During college, the school had a debate about films, and one of his friends challenged him to make a film by himself to prove his arguments. That is the time he thought of venturing into films. Arjun never waited for the results of his B. Sc and instantly went to Mumbai. On his way, he saw a film glossy of Madhuri, while reading an article about the popular director, Gulzar. Luckily, the director’s address was enclosed at the end of the article, and so, Arjun went straight to his house. Gulzar promised to meet him the following day, but only for five minutes. When he came back to Gulzar’s house, he told him that he wanted only to assist him in making films and that he doesn’t like to act on it. The two have spoken for two and a half hours, and Gulzar appointed him as his third assistant. Arjun also received his eight months’ salary as Gulzar wanted him to establish himself. Since then, he assisted the director for four and a half years, and he was later referred to do a small stint in the film, Angoor, which stars Sanjeev Kumar, Moushumi Chatterjee, and Deven Verma. He was also offered to portray a parallel role in Kamal Haasan-starrer film, Zara Si Zindagi, helmed by K. Balachander. Gulzar scripted the film, and this marks Arjun’s debut in the film industry. This was followed by Gulzar’s Libaas and he was also cast in N. Chandra’s Hindi film, Ankush, in 1986. He acted as Shabana Azmi’s brother in Mrinal Sen’s art film, Ek Din Achanak, in 1989. Also in 1989, Arjun opted to do Bengali films starting with Prabhat Roy’s Pronomi Tomay. Since then, there’s no looking back and he continued his career in Bengali film industry. He even played a negative role in the 1991 Bengali film, Antardhan. In 2008, he made his directorial debut in the Bengali film, Tolly Lights, which is based on Suchitra Bhattacharya’s novel entitled Rangeen Prithibi. In the same year, he ventured into television and acted on Sahara One’s Sahib Biwi Gulam, which marks Raveena Tandon’s debut on television. He was starred in the Bengali serial, Tumi Robe Nirobe, along with Shweta Bhattacharya and Shubhankar Saha in the lead roles, and the television serial, Bibah Abhijan. Arjun is married to Nilanjana Chakraborty.

Arjun Chakraborty Hindi Actor