Kamal Chopra is a film veteran, working in the Bollywood film industry since 1984. Kamal Chopra has acted in nearly thirty films in supporting roles, giving quality and perfection to the character that he portrays. Noticeable films that he has taken part in includes 1989 film ‘ Parinda Click to look into! >> Read More... ’, 2001 film ‘Moksha’ and ‘Singh is King’ (2008). Although he has acted in nearly thirty films, his personal favorite is the 2013 film ‘2 little Indians'.

In the movie, he portrays a retired colonel. He says that it was difficult for him to be in character since the role he plays contrasts his natural, joyful nature. The name of the character that is portrayed by him is ‘Colonel Sahib’ or ‘Moochwala Uncle’ the latter is the name given to him by the two children who are sent to stay with him during vacations. Chopra plays a strict grandfatherly role, and his temper tantrums and the Obsessive Compulsive Disorder of the retired defense personnel is very lifelike and realistic.

It was a great achievement for him as he had served the industry wholeheartedly for over two decades and he believes that acting in ‘2 little Indians’ was its reward. Through the film, which was directed by Ravi Bhatia Ravi Bhatia is an Indian Television actor who was >> Read More... hopes to inculcate in the viewers, the feeling of patriotism and the need to inculcate discipline in one’s life. Kamal Chopra began to act in films only after a successful career in the ad-film industry.

He had acted in more than fifty advertisements, most of them portraying him in a comical or humorous manner. Chopra’s passion for the film industry is not merely a passion for acting alone. He likes to study and know about all aspects of film making, and he has proven that he is a very skilled person behind the camera, as he is in front of it since he has worked as a still photographer for the film ‘Khamosh’ and as an assistant cameraman for the film ‘Saaransh’ . Currently, Kamal Chopra hopes to find new projects that would enable him to showcase his talents.

Jahangir Khan Hindi Actor

Jahangir Khan

Jahangir Khan is an Indian actor. Though he has worked in many films till now, took him years, to achieve recognition in the industry. But thanks to ‘Paan Singh Tomar’ movie (2012) that made him gain some recognition in the industry. He played the role of Bhanwar Singh (Daddaa) in the movie Paan Singh Tomar. Apart from this movie, he is also known for his performance in films like ‘Apaharan’ (2005), ‘Businessman’ (2012) and recently released, ‘Dilwale’ (2015). He also appeared in many movies such as ‘Ab Tak Chappan 2’ (2015), ‘Raajneeti’ (2010), ‘Sankat City’ (2009), ‘Gunaah’ (2002), etc. Jahangir Khan also worked as a still photographer for the film '‘The Perfect Murder'’ in 1988 & as an assistant production controller for ‘Halla Bol’ Movie (2008). He has shown his budding acting talent in several TV shows including Bahubali (TV series) as well. He has even worked in the theater industry to improve his acting skills. Jahangir has a unique quality of observing and speaking the language of the people around him. Famous Director Mahesh Bhatt gave him his first break in movies like ‘Ashiqui’ and ‘Sadak’ released in the early 90’s era. Apart from films, he was engaged in jewelry, real estate and clothes business for his financial stability. Jahangir Khan also wants to be an aspiring director. In fact, to make his directorial debut with, he has a couple of scripts ready with him. They all deal with the current, new age cinema and stories based on real incidents. As he has gained experience in television as well as theater industry, he says - “TV industry provides good money, and Theater enhances our acting prowess as well as confidence. Acting in front of a live audience is great in itself.”


Kenny Desai

Kenny Desai is a character actor in Bollywood, who has acted in both television and cinema. The actor made his debut in art cinema and has acted in films with Naseeruddin Shah, Ravi Baswani, Satish Shah and others. His first film was ‘Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro’, which released in 1983. The film was appreciated a lot for its superb satirical depiction, and the actor got noticed, even though he had been casted in a small role. He played the role of Keni Desai in this movie. In the year 1993, he appeared in Zee TV series, ‘Tara’, which had a long run of five years. In the year 1999, he again appeared in a Zee TV production serial called 'Gubbare', which was directed by Vishal Bhardwaj. This serial too had versatile actors from the big screen, such as Tinnu Anand, Annu Kapoor, Kirron Kher, Rajat Kapoor, and Ratna Pathak, among others. In the year 2003, he acted in Vijay Kumar's debut directorial film, ‘Kahan Ho Tum’, which was almost like a documentary. The film got a mixed response and so did Kenny Desai’s character as Mukhiya in the movie. In 2004, director Tigmanshu Dhulia had casted Kenny Desai in a movie called 'Charas: A Joint Effort', which had Irrfan Khan, Uday Chopra, Hrishitaa Bhatt and others in stellar roles. In the year 2005, he acted in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s movie ‘Black’, which had Amitabh Bachchan and Rani Mukerji in lead roles. In this movie, he played the role of Dr. Mehta. In 2005, he was casted in the movie, 'U, Bomsi n Me', as boss, which was a carbon copy of ‘Dil Chahta Hai’. His two other prominent movies include Jaideep Sen’s ‘Krazzy 4’, and Ram Gopal Varma's 'Phoonk', both movies having released in 2008. In the year 2014, he returned back to the small screen. He enacted the role of BJP leader Dr. Syama Prasad Mookerjee in Shyam Benegal's mini-TV series, ' Samvidhaan: The Making of the Constitution of India'. Kenny Desai is a prolific actor having contributed to meaningful cinema right from the beginning of his career.

Kenny Desai Hindi Actor