Avtar Kishan Hangal

Other names of Avtar Kishan Hangal: A. K. Hangal, Padmabhushan Avtar Krishna Hangal
Hindi film industry is the gateway to success for many artistes. In this regard, there are various character artistes, but only few make their presence strongly felt. Here, then, A.K. Hangal‘s name should be surely brought to notice. He was the typical meek and broken old man in most of the films who earned the sympathy of his fans. Most of his roles had a positive shade in it. 
Having acted in more than 125 films A.K. Hangal ‘s road to considerable success was not that easy. Born on 1st February 1914 in Sialkot in Pakistan, he spent his early life in Peshawar and he worked as a theater artiste for some time. He was also working as a tailor. Moreover, he took vigorous participation in India’s freedom struggle. 
A.K. is the good old man of Hindi cinema and there is an inexplicable charm in him. A K Hangal considers the roles he enacted in Sholay and Shaukeen as his favorites. A noteworthy point is that A.K. Hangal was an inseparable part of many Rajesh Khanna’s films. In fact, he had worked in 12 films with Kaka. 
Hangal’s roles in Hindi cinema mirrored his very own personal life sometimes. Many wanted to cast him as a good old man, but as though wanting to break that image A.K. Hangal acted in a negative role in “Shaukeen”. The big screen wanted him as a good old man, but nobody cared for him when he was not keeping well during his old age. His son Vijay made no stone unturned when he made it clear to the cine industry that his father was suffering from multiple health problems and they were facing financial crisis. Here, then Jaya Bachchan with whom A.K. Hangal acted in many films came to the rescue. She made a kind gesture by volunteering to pay for Hangal’s treatment. After that, Hangal made his second innings in the serial Madhubala telecasted in Colors. Having worked in about 225 films Hangal opens up that he had seen only 50 of his films.
It is no exaggeration to say that Hangal excelled in whatever role he took up in life, whether it is tailoring, freedom fighter or actor. This good old man of Hindi cinema finally breathed his last in 2012.
Atul Kinagi Hindi Actor

Atul Kinagi

Actor Atul Kinagi is an Indian film actor known for his works predominantly in Hindi Cinema and Television. After two movies where he was given to play a brief and small role, he followed it up with TV serials where he is being given some meaningful roles with negative and positive shades. The actor also did many commercials in between movie roles that he got and accepted any kind of specimen of works in the industry so that it keep him busy. Making an entry in Bollywood is not an easy task that too who does not have any godfather. So after a period of unnoticed performances in his early career, he made his foray into TV serials and now has started getting recognition as an actor. He signed his first film ‘Jashnn’, where he had a supporting role to play. The film was directed by Raksha Mistry, but the film was a box-office disaster, and he went unrecognized. He started acting an early age in films. In TV series too, he had recently costarred with Nigaar Khan for a serial named ‘Main Naa Bhoolungi’. The actor played on-screen brother to Nigaar Khan and Garima Jain for this serial that was telecast on Sony TV. This serial was premiered on December 23, 2013, and ended on August 15, 2014. Currently, he has no assignments on his hand. He also has given a voice over for an animation film ‘Bird Idol’. He has appeared for a commercial advertisement for Vodafone. In the year 2009, he appeared for supporting role in film ‘Shaabash! You Can Do It’, which was directed by Shankar Mondal. That was his last Bollywood film. Right from his childhood, he had a passion for acting and wanted to get meaningful roles in TV or cinema. After his sabbatical from Bollywood, Atul Kinagi seemed determined to dispel any preconceived notions of him as an actor. He took on an array of challenging roles in TV serials now and gained recognition.


Ayub Khoso

Pakistani actor Ayub Khoso made his Bollywood debut with 'Welcome 2 Karachi'. Bollywood has always given excellent opportunities to Pakistani artists such as Veena Malik,  Meera, Zeba Bakhtiar, Sony Ali and  Javed Sheik. But not many could sketch a great innings of their career. Masses fell in love with their engaging performance, and they cried and they laughed with them one of them was Ayub Khosa, who made his grand debut with Welcome 2 Karachi, thanks to his conviction and dedication to his work.  Ayub Khosa played the role of the Taliban leader that was very convincing and deserves a mention. The film could not save his career in Bollywood though he had a box full of talent for our industry who hailed from across the border. He felt that Bollywood still does not know much about Pakistani actors. He regretted that 90 percent of the people in Pakistan watch Hindi movies and know every Bollywood actors name who are even nobodies.  This artist had shared screen presence with Arshad Warsi and Jackky Bhagnani, who were the lead actors in the Bollywood flick that he had acted. The film also had the participation of another renowned Pakistani actor Adnan Shah Tipu. 'Welcome 2 Karachi' was  produced by Jackky’s father, Vashu Bhagnani. This legendary actor is known for his screen persona in Karachi. He had over three decades acting experience in TV screen in Pakistan. The actor had a passion for acting since his school days, and he is fluent in many languages such as Sindhi, Urdu and English( other than Balochi and Brahui). The actor made his debut in the cinema recently.  He had given a far-fetched performance in 2014 Pakistani film Operation 021, where he played the central character. The film had the realistic plot of Afghan war crisis. It was dreams come true for his fans in Pakistan when he crossed borders and appeared in Bollywood flick. The actor was born in 1960 in Pakistan.

Ayub Khoso Hindi Actor