Mohammad Feroz Khan is known as ‘Feroz’ and also as ‘ Amitabh Bachchan Ji’. He is a well known Indian film actor. He acted in most of the ‘Hindi’ language movie. Many called him as duplicated ‘Amitabh Bachchan’. He is taken part in many of the films and TV ads. In duplicated ‘ Sholay’, he worked with ‘ Dhananjay Singh’. He was working since 1950’s in the industry; he was most popular as an actor and the lyrists. He was also working with the costume department. Feroz was born in the year 1968.

He was born to ‘Mohammad Saeed Khan’ and ‘Asia Begum’. Feroz was from ‘Badaun’ in ‘Uttar Pradesh’. A TV serial which made him famous was ‘Ek Do Teen’ it has been telecasted on ‘Star Plus’. Pradeep is worked in many TV serials and up to 20 movies. He is done for about four music videos. Few of the movies are ‘Heeralal Pannalal’, ‘Kabhi Kranti Kabhi Jung’, ‘Main Madhuri Dixit Banna Chahti Hoon’.

His serial in the channel ‘MTV’ is ‘Fully Faltoo’. Cinemas are ‘Khosla’s Nest’ in 2006, ‘Gangobai’ in 2002, ‘Duplicate Sholay’, ‘Jaagruti’ in 1993, ‘Tridev’ in 1989, ‘Swati’ in 1986, ‘Zabardast’ in 1985, ‘Manzil Manzil’ in 1984, ‘ Indra’ in 1983, ‘ Laila Majnu’ in 1979. His TV shows are ‘Saheb Biwi Aur Boss’ in 2015, in which he played a role of ‘ Dilip Kumar’, sunny’s father, ‘May I Come In Madam?; in 2016. He acted as ‘Firoj’ in ‘ Khosla Ka Ghosla’ which was realized in the year 2006 on 22nd September. Outsourced on 12th September.

‘Escape from Taliban’ telecasted on 14 February. ‘Gangabai’ dated on 16th August 2002. In which he was as a junior ‘Amitabh’. He was made ‘Jr Amitabh’ in the cinema ‘Duplicate Sholay’ as a lead role. In costume department, he worked for ‘ Hamara Dil Aapke Paas Hai’ which was dated on 24th august 2000. ‘Phool Aur Aag’ on 14th of may 1999 as ‘Feroze’. Did as Firoz on 7th January 1994.

In ‘Jagruti’ he was an actor who played the role of ‘Firoz’ on 3rd July 1992. ‘Tridev’ on 7th July 1989. ‘Mazloom’ on 19 September 1986 as ‘Rajan V Singh’. In ‘Swati’ as an actor in the year 1986 on 1 January. ‘Zabardast’ on 21st June 1985. ‘Manzil Manzil’ on 16th of November 1984 he worked as ‘Feroze’. ‘Teen Batti Char Rasta’ on 1st of January as the lyricist. ‘Jungle KA Jawahar’ on 1st January 1952 as the lyricist.

Ashutosh Rana Hindi Actor

Ashutosh Rana

A versatile actor, Ashutosh has worked in Indian films along with Kannada, Telugu, and Marathi films. He was born on November 10th 1964 in Dadarwara and had a knack for acting. His passion for acting prompted him to go to National School of Drama and studied acting.  Starting his career on the television screen he first graced television in 1994 in a mini-series, Tahqiqat. He got his first break on the big screen, playing a clerk in Sanshodhan in 1995. His role in Dushman made him a well-known actor as he portrayed a psychopathic killer.  This led to his first set of awards for Best Villain in a movie at Filmfare and Screen Weekly Award. He won another Filmfare award in 2000 for Best Villain for his role as Lajja Pandey in Sangharsh. Ashutosh has been featured in 220 movies throughout his career in 5 different languages. His latest film is Black Home in which he a darker side of India is portrayed. Ashutosh Rana is married to actress Renuka Shahane. The couples have two children together, Shauryaman and Satyendra. He is known to be a devoted believer of his guru who he refers to as Dadda Ji and who guided him throughout his career. Another Version of this bio...        ‘Ashutosh Rana’ was born on 10th Nov 1964 in Gadarwara, Madhya Pradesh, which is also known as the ‘city of Osho’. He is an Indian Television and Bollywood actor. There he was known as ‘Ashutosh Neekhra’. He spent his childhood in ‘Gadarwara’ where he finished his primary school. He used to play the role of Ravana in the city Ramleela. Ashutosh Rana has staunch faith in his Guru, whom he calls "Dadda Ji". It was Dadda Ji, who suggested to ‘Rana’ to take up the acting career. When Rana was about to venture in the field of acting, Dadda ji told him to go to Bombay and meet ‘Mahesh Bhatt’ and take any project which starts with the letter "S". When Rana got an offer of “Swabhimaan” from Mahesh Bhatt, he didn't wait for a second and grabbed the opportunity. He frequently appears in Mahesh Bhatt's films.        He is married to TV show host and Bollywood actress ‘Renuka Shahane’ and has two sons ‘Shouryaman’ and ‘Satyendra’. ‘Ashutosh Rana’ learnt acting from “National School of Drama at Delhi”. This was followed by Farz, Sazish, Kabhi Kabhi, Dhund, Apradhi Kaun and Waris. In 2010 he acted in a Star Plus show “Kaali- Ek Agnipariksha”, where he played an extremely powerful negative role as ‘Thakral’. He played the role of “Sarkar” in the reality show, ‘Sarkar Ki Duniya’. He anchored the TV show, ‘Baazi Kiski’ in the year 2001. He made his debut in Hindi films in the year 1996 in ‘Sanshodhan’. His acting was highly applauded in the film ‘Dushman’ in which he played the role of a cold blooded murderer and psychopath killer and he won award for the ‘Best Actor in Negative role’ in the ‘Filmfare’. He is mostly given roles of antagonists in movies, particularly that of a killer. He has played the role of Alia Bhatt's father in Karan Johar's “Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania”.


Milind Gawali

Milind Gawali is a popular film actor, producer, and director. He was born on June 16 and studied at Fatima High School in Vidhya Vihar. He also attended Sharda Ashram High School in Dadar and went to Ambedkar College for Commerce. When he was in the second year, he went to Kirti College, Prabhadevi and attended Lala Lajpat Rai College of Commerce in Worli before he took post graduation at The University of Mumbai. Ever since his childhood, it is always his passion to enter the filmdom. He even had the chance to act in two children movies, Hum Bachche Hindustan Ke and Waqt Se Pehle. Since then, his journey has started. Milind has worked in ad films, voice-overs, modelling, dubbings, TV serials, TV ads, and corporate films, but his love for films remained constant. Pradeep Maini’s Hindi film, Vartaman and Baburam Ishara’s Anumati eventually came his way. That’s when the time when the television serials became a hit, and Sanjeev Bhattacharya invited him to perform in the television serial, Campus. Its success led him to perform in several TV serials like Parivartan, Aahat, C.I.D, Bandhan, Kahani Teri Meri, Itihas, and more. During that time, he started working in the Marathi films Aai, Nilambari, and Maratha Battalion simultaneously. Milind has since acted and completed more than 65 Marathi and Hindi films. He also donned short films, documentaries and had acted in more than three thousand TV shows. He anchored television shows and had worked as Transmission Executive in All India Radio. Milind also worked in a short film entitled Did You Notice, and earned an Award at the Honolulu Film Festival. Aside from that, he bagged two Zee Talkies Awards (Vishesh Lakshavedi Kalakar) for his work in Ramesh More’s Aamhi Ka Tisare. He also earned nominations at the Maharashtra State for Marathi Film, He Khel Nashibache and Zee Talkies for Marathi Film Bhavachi Laxmi and another nomination for Best Supporting Actor at Zee Talkies for Marathi Film, Sakha Bhau Pakka Vairi. This 2016, Milind acted, produced, and turned director in the Marathi film, Athang; a story of a talented orphan named Shilpa (played by Tanvi Hegde), who suddenly received a gift that eventually changed her life. For his outstanding work as the director of the film, he bagged the Best Debut Director Award at the Nashik International Film Festival (NIFF) 2016. Milind has a deep passion for photography and loves to capture captivating moments. He is married to Deepa Gawali, and they have one daughter.

Milind Gawali Hindi Actor