Shahnawaz Khan is a rising Bollywood film actor and director. He is a model turned actor based in Mumbai. Shahnawaz Khan is the younger son of Veteran Bollywood actor Kader Khan and Azra Khan, who is a film producer. He has two brothers Sarfaraz Khan, who has acted in several films and Quddus Khan who lives in Canada. Shahnawaz Khan is a big fan of the Bollywood actor Govinda. He did his initial acting training from NIDA (National Institute of Drama and Arts) Sydney, Australia.

Shahnawaz came to Mumbai where he completed and received his acting diploma from ” Barry John” acting institute. Shahnawaz has acted in two short films in English titled ” Wake Up Call” & ” Criminals are of Types”. He also acted in one short film in Hindi titled ” Sunnat “. He is well versed in Australian English, Hindi & Urdu. He has also has done quite a number of plays directed by Mrs. Nadira Zaheer Babbar. He has assisted Satish Kaushik on Milenge Milenge and Vaada, Raj Kanwar on Humko Tum Se Pyaar Hai, and Vikram Bhatt in some of his films.

His directorial debut started with the movie "In Your Arms”, which was a romantic movie, produced by Kader Khan. The film was showcased in NFDC Film Bazaar at the International Film Festival of India. He has acted in movies such as Koi Aap Sa (2005), Dekha Jo Pehli Baar (2013) and The Little Godfather (2013). He formed the Kal Ke Kalakar International theater, along with his father and brother.

Vivaan Parashar Hindi Actor

Vivaan Parashar

Vivaan Parashar is an Indian Film Actor, who has worked predominantly in Bollywood. Vivaan Parashar's latest film to hit the theatres was ‘The Little Godfather’ in the year 2013. His father was the producer of movies like ‘Jalwa’ (1987) starring Naseeruddin Shah, and the Sridevi starrer, Chaal Baaz(1989). His father came to prominence with TV series 'Karamchand’ (1985). Vivaan has one brother Vivek Parashar. Vivaan's father is a big celebrity who also got acclaim for making documentaries and TV commercials. The actor has got featured only in one film 'The Little Godfather.' Joy Augustine was the director, and the producers of the film were Sunil Shetty and Shabbir Boxwala. Tushaar Jain, Imaad Shah, Vivaan Parashar and Laura Mishra also starred in the film. There is little information about this actor and his filmography. For years it has been a fair tradition for a son to take over the family business from his father. This, even in the case of a glamorous Bollywood family. Many young men have followed in their father’s footsteps and stepped in front of the camera. Hence many actor’s sons like Vivaan Parashar create some buzz in the film industry as they are just trying to cash in their Dad’s name on their name, many of us then hope to feel or believed that talent must be in their genes. I Whatever may be, Vivaan visits the Pune FTII, from where his father has graduated, and even loves to give a flashback to the room where his father discussed the story with Naseeruddin Shah. He discusses these thoughts on social media. We hope to see this actor in many Hindi movies in the future. He is a gym enthusiast and tries to stay fit. It is more important for the actor now to take a regular exercise in power walking, jogging, swimming, visits to a gym, stretching and voice and breathing exercises.


Mannan Khan

Mannan Khan is an Indian actor. He was born on June 12, 1988. He was born into a family of humble background. As a teen, he never thought of becoming an actor, but everything changed when he got an offer to work in an Ekta Kapoor production. In 2013, Mannan received an offer to audition for a movie. He later got selected for the role. The film was titled "The Little Godfather." The motion picture is a Bollywood Drama directed by Joy Augustine. Ekta Kapoor and Shabbir Boxwala are the producers of "The Little Godfather." It was a great chance for Mannan to get to work with such popular names in Bollywood. The film is based on real-life events. It recounts the 2006 train bombings in Mumbai. The tragedy took place on July 11, 2006, including a series of seven bombs on the Suburban Railway in Mumbai. The film talks about the importance of humanity. It covers the stories of the first class passengers of the train who helped one another in the hour of need. The film focuses on the passengers of the first class compartment of the train since all the bombs were planted in the first class compartment of the trains. Some other more popular films which cover the event include A Wednesday, Mumbai Meri Jaan, and The Train. Very little is known about the movie's release date and the roles of all the actors. Mannan Khan's role in the film is not certainly known, but he might have played the part of one of the passengers on the train. The picture was Mannan's first break, but due to the film's unpopularity, the actor couldn't receive recognition from either critics or audiences. Thus, despite the famous actors, and producers, the film did not receive much attention and thus, Mannan's career as an actor never moved up the ladder.

Mannan Khan Hindi Actor