These days, studios in Bollywood are increasingly looking to turn wrestling scripts into movies. Do fans rush to theaters or stay at home and watch such wrestling movies on YouTube? Films of Aamir Khan and Salman Khan’s films have pleased viewers which had wrestling contents.

But, much before films like ' Sultan' or ' Dangal' made their ways, it was the real wrestlers who had clicked with audiences. Take for instance actors like Dara Singh. Now we had even Hollywood actors like Nathan Jones played his part in Kollywood and Bollywood movies.

Nathan Jones appeared in a Bollywood movie ‘ A Flying Jatt’ that released in 2016. The film had featured Tiger Shroff, Jacqueline Fernandez and Nathan himself in the lead role. In this movie, Nathan acted to eliminate Tiger Shroff. For the first time, Nathan Jones was spotted by Balaji Motion Pictures and was hired to act as a villain in the movie.

The movie lacked narration and a fine script, hence it could not impress the audience. In the year 2016, Nathan Jones had made his debut in a Tamil movie named ‘ Bhooloham’ that stared Trisha and Jayam Ravi. In this movie, Nathan Jones played the role of an antagonist.

Those who have seen this Tamil movie can easily remember the role played by Nathan Jones. Nathan is hired by Prakash Raj to play a foul match. When the foul match is brought to the notice, the sports channel is sealed. Nathan Jones played the role with tremendous zeal. Nathan Jones made his debut in Hollywood in 1996 with the movie ‘Police Story 4: First Stroke’ and later continued to act in overall 16 movies. He was born on 21 August 1969 in Australia.

Jibraan Khan Hindi Actor

Jibraan Khan

People who had seen Karan Johar’s movie ‘Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham’ (K3G), can easily identify the cute kid who played the son of actress Kajol and Shah Rukh Khan’s son in the movie. Can we remember this young kid who had sung ‘Jana Gana Mana’ amidst non-resident Indians, and other guests for the scene that had Farida Jalal, Kareena Kapoor, Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol clapping? Now that young kid has grown up into a handsome struggler trying to find his way to stardom. The actor has over 37.4 k followers on Instagram. He uploads his photos and looks insanely handsome. After the success of K3G, he was approached to do some commercial advertisements that needed young kids. Due to his cute little image, he worked in a couple of TV ads and commercial. Today, he is a young man of 23 but does not have any role in Bollywood movies. Hence, he teaches dance and works as a dance instructor in his father’s dance academy situated in Mumbai. After the release of K3G in 2001, he got a flood of offers. He was a child actor in movies like ‘Rishtey’ (2002) that featured Anil Kapoor, Karishma Kapoor, and Shilpa Shetty. In this movie, Jibraan played Anil Kapoor and Karishma Kapoor’s son. In the year 2001. Jibraan Khan played the role of Govinda’s son in the movie ‘Kyo Kii... Main Jhuth Nahin Bolta'. It was a comedy film starring Govinda, Sushmita Sen, Rambha, Anupam Kher. Jibraan checks his father Govinda from telling lies in this movie and informs his mother played by Sushmita Sen.  As it happens for a child actor who shines during their childhood days, fails to make an impression when they grow adult. The actor is totally forgotten although he played Shah Rukh Khan’s son in K3G. This actor was born on December 4, 1993, in Mumbai.

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Nihaar Pandya

Nihar Pandya, a trending name in the Bollywood industry, owes to his associations with actresses Gauhar Khan and Deepika Padukone. Born on 28th March, 1982, he hails from Mumbai from an upper middle class family and had a well-off childhood. He was the youngest child in his family. He completed his schooling from Mumbai itself. He studied from a private school there. He graduated from NM College, Mumbai where his aptitude for acting emerged. Earlier, he was more inclined towards sports and played cricket during his school and college days. He even captained his team for some time and was doing well in the field. He was saddened by the politics in selection of teams in state level cricket teams and left playing cricket professionally. He shifted to acting during his college days, owing to some leave issues and thereby moving to the entertainment industry afterwards. He joined the industry as a model and worked with many fashion designers. He also joined Anupam Kher’s acting institute after which he has been struggling to get roles in films. He joined Kathak classes to correct his rhythm problems, as suggested by Priyanka Chopra. Nihar had made a friendly appearance in a Hollywood movie, Marigold, starring Salman Khan as well. It was because of his uncle who is a doctor and had worked as an on call doctor for many Hollywood films. While shooting Marigold in Rajasthan, many junior artists were falling ill due to sunstrokes which led to him playing a small role in the film. When he worked around big names in the likes of Salman Khan and choreographer Remo, he was motivated to join Bollywood. He would be debuting on silver screen by acting in the Hindi remake of a Tamil film Kadhal Kondein (2002) which will be directed by the original director of the film, Selvaraghavan.

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Nihaar Pandya Hindi Actor