Rufy Khan is also known by his real name 'Shahnawaz Baqal; he is a model-turned-Bollywood actor. He also debuted as a director for his short film 'Who Dies.' The passion for acting took him to Mumbai from Srinagar (his previous residence). He is born in Kashmir. Khan is well known for films like ' Nautanki Saala' (2013), ' Dhara 302' (2016), 'Kuch Kariye (2010)', so on. He completed Civil Engineering from Aligarh Muslim University. He is trained in gymnastics, and martial arts.

He also featured in several TVCs, and music videos with big stars like Shahrukh Khan, Kareena Kapoor, Priyanka Chopra, etc. His known languages are Hindi, English, and Urdu. Rufy debuted in 2010 with two films, 'Kuch Kariye' on 23 April, and a horror movie 'Bachao Inside Bhoot Hai' on 8 October. He became popular after Rohan Sippy's 'Nautanki Saala' which released on 12 April 2013. He played the role of Lolly, a Gujarati boy in a supporting role besides Ayushmann Khurrana, and Falak Shabir. Next year, his flicks 'The Black Truth,' and 'Neighbors- They are Vampires' hit the screen but did not do well on the box office.

Rufy is a very talented actor, and gymnast. For the film 'Dhara 302,' the producer signed him as the lead actor by just seeing his martial arts, and gymnastics video clip, no auditions were taken. The film is a crime thriller which released on 19th February, 2016 by director Jitendra Singh Naruka. Sufy is one of the few successful actors from Kashmir, and has made his journey worthy when he debuted as a movie director for a short film 'Who dies.' It was a proud moment for all of us when 'Who dies' became India's first short film to be selected to screen at New York Peace International Film Festival.

Rufy Khan (an army man in the short film), Ashraf Nagoo, and Sahil Multy are in the lead role; they have played their characters with immense perfection, and excellence. The movie achieved great appreciation from the viewers, and numerous awards like the Best Director award at the International Film Festival of Delhi, Best Film on current issues at the Jaipur International film festival. It was also selected in top 10 films in Don Bosco Youth Film Festival, later at Flimingo International Short Film Festival, and many more.

We can see Rufy in many television commercials of different brands such as Hero Honda Passion, Ford Ikon Car, Pepsi, Gits Gulab Jamun, and Jalebi, Britania Good Day, Iodex balm,, Bisconni Biscuits, and number of South ads. He appeared in many entertainment videos by T-series like Khat, Pardesia, and a video by Kunal Ganjawala, and a music clip 'Ja Baemana Sunny Saleem.' He struggled to settle in Mumbai, but gifted himself in the form of a milestone actor, and director to the industry. It is a pleasure to see him act on the screen; we hope to see him in more projects.

Siddhant Behl

Jugni fame Siddhant Behl is a newbie in Indian cinema but still by his performance and attitude he is making his place far better than many big-branded film actors. Siddhant Behl , before entering cinema, was a writer and a theatre artist. He debuted cinema with a Canadian drama film in 2007 that is ‘Amal’ written and directed by Richie Mehta. In 2016, he debuted bollywood with Shefali Bhushan’s film ‘Jugni’ and Sugandha Garg as co-star. He was born in Delhi, completed his schooling from Delhi Public School and went to Hindu College. He is fond of sports too and plays cricket , basketball and soccer. He was the part of theatre group ACT ONE in Delhi for several years and on the account of that he believed the theatre actually works well in improving his skills. His role model is his mother herself , he learned from her that sometimes it’s really fine to cross some boundaries as she did it too for him. As a matter of being a good actor, he is funny, innovative and down to earth person too. Mastana’s character, the male protagonist of Jugni, in the film is that of an innocent, charmer but rogue man and he played it well. In Shefali’s words, when he was on his auditions of Mastana, she and her took no time to get it that he was the one for that role. Shefali Bhushan debuted with the film ‘Jugni’, released on 22 january 2016, deals with a music composer who travels in villages of India such that she could find a compatible and golden voice. While working on the sets, Behl came across many crazy and adorable experiences. In one of his interview he said that it was his misbelieve that Punjabis are actually loud and arrogant but after playing a Punjabi role in Chandigarh his mindset is reorganised. The most impressive thing, according to him, about Chandigarh that it makes everyone a foodie, the city did to him the same. He said that his dream is to work with directors like Imtiaz Ali and Dibakar Banerzee. According to him, “ Jugni is a romantic musical film with a contemporary take on relationships.” His favourite song from the movie is ‘Dilaan de saudey’. When he was asked about how he use his senses to choose a film, does it a big banner or glamour?? Then he replied, “ Fame and all that glamour which follows come secondary for me . If the content is nice there is nothing that will stop me from taking up the movies. It’s a game for fresh ideas and innovative scripts.” He was satisfied by his film as he believed that it can spread a smile on audience’s face.

Siddhant Behl Hindi Actor