Malay Chakraborty

Other names of Malay Chakraborty: Malay Chakrabarty

Malay Chakraborty is an Indian actor and also a playback singer. Malay was born in a family which consisted of famous musicians and singers. Due to taking birth in a musical household, he also decided to become a singer and pursue it as a means of earning money. Since childhood, Malay started taking training in Hindustani classical music. According to his grandfather, Hindustani Classical music was essential to understand the bits and pieces of acting. Hindustani classical music consists of the understanding of bhavas and ragas which helps one learn the various emotions and facial expressions needed to become an actor.

Malay hence underwent rigorous training in classical music which helped him shape his career as an actor. Malay initially started working as a playback singer, and when his reputation grew as a singer, he stepped into the world of acting. Malay’s breakthrough chance came with the film, ‘Mujrim’, which released in the year 1989. Malay played a small part in this film which revolved around the story of Yashoda, a widow. Yashoda was the mother of two kids - one of them is Shankar, who had to spend a few years in jail because of breaking some laws.

After that, Malay also did a small role in the movie, Aashik Aawara, which starred Saif Ali Khan and Mamta Kulkarni in the prominent roles. This film focused on the lives of Jimmy and Jyoti who are in love with each other but Jyoti’s dad, Kedarnath, is the killer of Jimmy’s father. This film received good response from the audience. Malay then bagged a role in Umesh Mehra’s film, ‘Qila’, which hit the theaters in 1998. Malay portrayed the part of Kundan in this film, which focused on Amarnath’s struggle and quest to find the killers of his brother, Jagannath Singh. This movie had a rating of 5.9 on IMDb.

Malay went ahead to work in the film, ‘International Khiladi’, in the year 1999. Although he essayed a small part of Malaya Chakravorthy in the film, he managed to bag many film projects. International Khiladi revolved around the tale of an international gangster who is faced with the charges of murder and rape, but the truth is actually something else which gets unraveled over the course of the film. After that, Malay also worked in the movies including Ek Rishtaa - The Bond of Love and Dhoondte Reh Jaoge. Malay has mostly played the roles of an evil-doer in the movies.

Malay got the opportunity to work with famous celebrities like Madhuri Dixit, Amitabh Bachchan, and Mithun Chakraborty. But he is still fond of music and actively participates in stage shows. Malay is immensely famous because of the way he sings ghazals. Apart from Bollywood movies, he also worked in Bengali and Gujarati movies. He also appeared in a philosophical film, ‘Myoho’, in the year 2012.

Mahaakshay Chakraborty Hindi Actor

Mahaakshay Chakraborty

Mahaakshay Chakraborty is an Indian Bollywood film actor. His family and friends affectionately call him as ‘Mimoh.’ She is the son of veteran actor and superstar MithunChakraborty and Yogeeta Bali. He was born on 30th July 1984 in Mumbai. His paternal roots are from Bengal. Until fourth grade, he studied at Mumbai’s Learner Academy and later shifted to Ooty to complete his high school. He completed his four-week crash course in kickboxing, dancing and acting from LA. Apart from his in acting, Mimoh has also completed lesser known courses in astronomy, astro biology, and mixed martial arts. He signed a contact with Venus Films in 2004, and he was to make a debut in 2005, but things didn’t work out. He delayed his debut by nearly three years. It was only in 2008 that he found his way into the industry. He made his first appearance on-screen with ‘Jimmy’ opposite Rati Agnihotri in 2008. He portrayed the character of a DJ, who is accused of her girlfriend’s murder. The film was not able to draw viewers into the cinemas, but Mimoh’s acting was appreciated. He earned himself a nomination for Best Debutant Actor in Filmfare Awards. His first commercial hit movie was Haunted- 3D that released in 2011. The movie was starring Bipasha Basu opposite Mimoh. He received critical acclamation for the role. He has worked in a lot of movies like Loot, The Murderer, Enemy and Tukka Fit. His debut film in the Bengali language was Rocky, that released in 2013. 2016 has a few releases scheduled for Mimoh. He is rumored dating actress ShamaSikander. He admits being a WWE fan. His favorite WWE star is John Cena. Mahaakshay Chakraborty was born with a silver spoon in his mouth, but his upbringing never allowed him to take undue advantage of his surname. He always wanted to build a career in this film industry on his own and never wanted his father to help him in any way. He has succeeded in doing so and has established his name in the industry. His stature might not be as big as that of his father, but still he has a long road ahead.

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Mamik Singh

Mamik Singh is a prominent Indian film and television actor. He was born on March 5, 1963, in Mumbai, India. He started his acting career in Mansoor Khan’s super hit sports drama film, Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar (1992), where he earned a Best Supporting Actor Award. Mamik played the role of Ratan, Aamir Khan’s elder brother and this is his most notable role up to this date. However, even if the film earned popularity, he failed to get any acting roles for the next five years. He made a shift in his career and started acting for STAR Plus’ TV serials. Mamik shot into limelight when he starred in the fantasy series, Chandrakanta (1995), alongside Shikha Swaroop and Shahbaz Khan in the lead roles. In 1997, he worked in three more films such as Aar Ya Paar, Koi Kisise Kum Nahin, and Dil Ke Jharkoon Mein. In 1998, he played as Rahul on Zee TV’s horror-thriller series, Woh, and as Arjun Singh on Doordarshan’s fictional series, Yug. In the year 2000, he acted in Kundan Shah’s Bollywood hit film, Kya Kehna. This film marks his last performance on the big screen. He then returned to television with a starring role in the horror anthology series, “Ssshhhh…Koi Hai”. He played as a Ghostbuster, which made him a superstar overnight and earned him the Star Parivaar Awards for Best Action Star. He also starred on Zee TV’s Aa Gale Lag Jaa, in 2002. Mamik continued his journey on television and acted in several TV serials like Shaka Laka Boom Boom, Chandramukhi, Dwarikadhessh Bhagwan Krishna, Horror Nights, Kahani Chandrakanta Ki, and more. He also starred on 9X’s paranormal show, Black, which was produced by Sunil Agnihotri. In 2014, he entered as a party guest in the 8th season of Bigg Boss and a guest performance on Life OK’s Savdhaan India. The following year, he acted in the adventurous fantasy series, Janbaaz Sindbad. This 2016, he made a comeback in Deepak Tijori’s romantic drama film, Do Lafzon Ki Kahana; a remake of the South Korean 2011 film, Always and was adapted in the 2015 Kannada action film, Boxer. In an interview in the year 2007, he admitted that he got hook on drugs. Because of this, his family, career, and life were ruined. Mamik is very thankful to his friends and family for being the reason why he totally ended that certain phase in his life.

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