Mikaal Zulfiqar

Other names of Mikaal Zulfiqar: Mikaal Zulfikaar, Mekaal Zulfiqar
Birthday: 05-09-1981
Age: 37
Star sign: Libra


Mikaal Zulfiqar is a British Pakistani model and actor. He is the heartthrob of Pakistan. He is a model turned actor.He was born in London, England. His father was a Pakistani, and his mother was a Britisher. He started his career in the year 2001 as a model in the Pakistan industry. He started appearing in television commercials. He did many commercials, one of which included a leading tea company. After television commercials, he appeared in a music video Sanu Tere Naal Pyar Ho Gaya by Abrar-ul-Haq in the year 200, which was a hit in Pakistan. He walked the ramp for many well-known designers and did photo shoots for big brands. He got engaged to a Pakistani actress, Zara Sheikh. Their engagement broke for no reasons revealed.

He then got engaged to Asifa, who is a travel agent on February 2011. He also acted in Bollywood films like Baby, U r my Jaan and Shoot on Sight. In 2015, he won the Best Actor award at Hum TV Awards held in Dubai. His career marks several TV serials.

Mehmood Ali Hindi Actor

Mehmood Ali

Mehmood Ali is one of our greatest comedian actors, who had acted in over 300 Hindi films. Born on 29 September 1932, his memorable films include Kunwara Baap, where he acted with versatile actress Manorama from Tamil film. The story had a message on polio vaccination and was essayed on the backdrop of a newly born son who was rescued by Mehmood, and when the boy develops polio, Manorama and Mehmood takes full care to bring up this destitute-cum-polio-affected boy in the film.  This was Manorama’s only Hindi film, and the film was directed by Mehmood whose son was also a victim of polio in real life. After acting in small roles in few films like ‘Pyaasa’ and ‘Do Bigha Zameen’, he went to fetch supporting actor role. Credit must go to him for making career of Amitabh Bachchan, Mumtaz and Aruna Irani. He also gave break to music directors like R D Burman, Rajesh Roshan and Basu Manohari.  After getting best supporting actor award in ‘Dil Tera Deewana’ with Shammi Kapoor, Shammi refused to act with this actor. Even Raaj Kumar, who acted with Mehmood in films like ‘Kajaal’, ‘Dil Ek Mandir’ and ‘Godaan’, had removed him from his movie ‘Gharana’.  Mehmood always believed in quality of work. After seeing a Hyderbadi-cook, he copies his style for a film ‘Gumnaam’. While playing an emotional role, he would never put glycerin in his eyes. He could easily cry in front of camera.  In Sridhar’s film, ‘Pyaar kiye Ja’, where he narrates the horror story to his father, was his idea in the film. In the movies like ‘Gumnaam’, ‘Padosan’ and ‘Do Phool’, he presented the character of South Indians, but each role was different from another. His role in ‘Padosan’ with Saira Banu, Sunil Dutt, and Kishore Kumar remains a milestone in his career. It is sad that many leading actors Shammi Kapoor, Rajendra Kumar, Raj Kumar and Manoj Kumar did not like Mehmood and did not even want to act with him and had many played dirty tricks  Mehmood always had wanted to innovate in his roles.  He was seen in brief role in ‘Do Bigha Zameen’ and ‘Pyaasa’, but he was a genius actor, who had a huge fan following. Many would walk into theatre after Mehmood’s entry on the screen. He had many link-up with many women in the industry, but that did not affect his career. He was a Muslim but was a great devotee of Lord Shiva. In spite of rarely playing the lead role, he was a superstar alright. His names alone could sell more tickets and his picture on movie poster helped films to run at the theatres.


Saswata Chatterjee

Saswata Chatterjee is an actor of Bengali origin. He features in televisions and films. He began his venture in cinema industry with a serial, which was directed by Saibal Mitra in Hindi. It was based on the great Samaresh Majumdar's "Kaalpurush". However, he gained popularity by playing "Topshe" directed by Sandip Ray. He got his break through a role in the film Kahaani directed by Sujoy Ghosh in 2012 with his incredible performance. His anti-hero role in the film is by far the best character he has played till now being a simple looking scary contract killer 'Bob Biswas'. The nation was raged due to his portrayal of the villain and many comparisons with 'Mogambo' and 'Gabbar Singh' were also drawn. Saswata even lost his own identity because everywhere people started addressing him as Bob Biswas rather than by his name. As sweet in nature, as he is, Mr. Saswata had to prepare himself psychologically before the shooting to get those feels of being a criminal. Inspired by this success, an illustrative novel is under production. Another film namely, Meghe Dhaka Tara, which hit the floors in the year 2013, was applauded by the general movie goers and also critics. In this film, the social and the political condition of West Bengal in those horrific days of Tebhaga and Naxalite agitation is pictured, and he plays the male protagonist 'Nilkantha Bagchi' which was a success statewide. In the month of December, on 19th in 1970, Saswata saw the world as the son of a noted Bengali actor Subhendu Chatterjee in Kolkata. Right from his childhood, he was more interested in the cinema industry and used to practice acting standing before mirrors. He is married to Mohua, who is a teacher in Kolkata. They have a daughter named Hiya. He has also received several awards. In 2014, he got the Zee Bangla Gaurav Samman for Bhooter Bhabishyat. 2012 saw him getting awarded with the Anandalok Award for the Best Supporting Actor for Bhooter Bhabishyat. In 2011 in the Imphal International Short Film Festival he got the prestige to handle the trophy of the Best Supporting Actor for 'THE FORLORN'.   Another version of this story... Saswata Chatterjee (also known as Apu), born on 19 December 1970, Kolkata, is an Indian Television and Film Actor. He is the Son of Subhendu Chatterjee, a Bengali Actor. Saswata is married to Mohua, a Teacher, and has a daughter Hiya. He started his career with a serial, based on Samaresh Majumdar’s “Kaalpurush” and directed by Saibal Mitra. After his debut, he received a lot of appreciation and got another role in a daily soap directed by Sandip Ray. Saswata also acted in several Bengali Films including Tiyasha, Meghe Dhaka Tara (based on a Novel written by Shaktipada Rajuguru with the same title), Rang Milanti, The Bong Connection (a movie based on Bengalis living in U.S.A and Kolkata), Abar Aranye, etc. He also worked opposite Vidya Balan in the blockbuster film Kahaani in 2012. His acting skills were highly appreciated, and his character went viral on social media. Chatterjee was awarded the Zee Bangla Gaurav Samman Award for Bhooter Bhabishyar, Anandalok Best Supporting Actor Award for Bhooter Bhabishyar and Best Supporting Actor - Imphal International Short Film Festival 2012, for the movie The Forlorn.

Saswata Chatterjee Hindi Actor