An actor, director, and a producer Sanjay Khan is most famous for his role in The Sword of Tipu Sultan. He has acted in various films, Haqeeqat being his debut. He worked as an actor till 80s and later ventured as a director-producer. Sanjay was born in Bangalore in a Muslim liberal family. He is married to Zarine Katrak, a well-liked model of the 1960s. Feroz Khan Feroz Khan is a legendary Indian film actor, edito >> Read More... , an established actor of those times, is Sanjay’s elder brother. Sanjay has three daughters and a son. His eldest daughter Farah is married to DJ Aqeel,

Simon married to the managing director of D’décor and Sussanne who was married to Hrithik Roshan Hrithik Roshan with his unimaginable dance moves i >> Read More... but the couple has recently parted their ways. His son Zayed Khan Zayed Khan aka Zayed Abbas Khan is the son of the >> Read More... is the youngest of all. His debut as an actor was Haqeeqat by Chetan Anand Chetan Anand (from 3 January 1921 to 6 July 1997) >> Read More... followed by Dosti, a Rajshri Production. He has played the lead in hit films like Dus Laakh, Ek Phool Do Maali, etc. he has worked with his brother Feroz in Upaasna, Nagin, Mela. He has scripted and starred in movies, Chandi Sona, Abdullah, and Kaala Dhanda Gorey Log. In 1990, he appeared and directed the most famous Indian historical TV series, The Sword of Tipu Sultan.

He played the lead as Tipu Sultan in the show. It was during its shooting that the set caught major fire and the death toll was 52. Sanjay was also injured and suffered 65% burns and had to undergo 73 surgeries. It was his passion that helped him fight and recover in 13 months and returns to shoot. Sanjay is also famous for the show, The Great Maratha The Great Maratha is an Indian television series b >> Read More... , which depicted the bravery of Marathas during the war of Panipat. This show was popular because of the grandeur shown on television for the first time. Indian mythology drama, Jai Hanuman Jai Hanuman is an Indian TV series which shows the >> Read More... was also Sanjay’s work. It depicted everything from the birth of the Lord Hanuman on TV. His oldest works include Kranti and Maharthi, An 1857 drama. Apart from acting and directing, Sanjay loves imported cars and animals.

He likes horse riding and he owns Prince Khartoum, the only horse in India to have won Bangalore Derby (1971), Indian Derby (1972), and the Indian Turf Invitation Cup (1972). He likes reading. He has also saved land to build a charity hospital. Sanjay’s dream resort is the Golden Palms in Bangalore, which he built himself. It’s a 150 room hotel with India’s largest Swimming pool with 300,000 litres of water. The interiors were by Zarine Katrak. The five star Hotel and Spa Golden Palms was Sanjay’s till 2010.

Sabiha Sumar Hindi Actress

Sabiha Sumar

Sabiha Sumar is an independent filmmaker from Pakistan. Sabiha Sumar merely represents "women's cinema", and directed films that geared toward female moviegoers. She is one director who has been directing critically –acclaimed films since her career as an independent filmmaker. Sabiha also made many documentary films before she could handle feature films. Sabiha is more prolific filmmakers of Pakistan who not only covered dramatic films but also noted directed some notable documentaries like Don't Ask Why (1999), For a Place Under the Heavens (2003), On the roofs of Delhi (2007), and Dinner with the President (2007). She is a filmmaker who wants exchange talents from neighboring countries such as Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sri Lanka where she can take the best talent for her film. Sabiha feels the talents of India and Pakistan should give up the boundary issues and give up petty interests. This director had studied filmmaking and political science at Sarah Lawrence College in New York. After completing her course of filmmaking for three years, she went to read history and political science from Cambridge University. When she made her directorial debut for ‘Khamosh Pani’, she chose Indian actress Kiron Kher to act in the film. So far, she has directed two films, ‘Khamosh Pani’ and 'Good Morning Karachi'. Her first film fetched her recognition and award in an international film festival, and she collected her Golden Leopard trophy from Locarno International Film Festival in 2003. Although her first feature film ‘Khamosh Pani’ was banned in Pakistan, her documentary ‘Saving Face’, brought home an Oscar for her, she earned a global audience for her films and has put Pakistan on the map of world cinema. This director has bagged two Emmy Awards and an Oscar. This prolific filmmaker was born in Karachi on September 29, 1961. She had earned much acclaim for both her documentary and narrative film, which deal with social and political issues and points out the religious fundamentalism on society.


Shailesh Dave

Shailesh Dave is an Indian producer and TV personality who is the founder of the production house Runaway Productions. Before starting up his own production house, Dave had served as the CEO of In House Productions in the 90’s. He also served as an associate producer for the film Sulemani Keeda, a comedy film released in 2014. Prior to entering the TV industry, Shailesh Dave worked in a multitude of positions. He did work in advertising as well as marketing and consultancy work on an international basis. His work wasn’t just limited to India; he also worked in the USA before finally entering the TV business. His first major job in the industry was as the CEO of the production house In House Productions. The company wasn’t a major player at the time, although that would change under the guidance of Dave. When he took the reins, they were just another small production house. Under his guidance, they not only grew to add more than a hundred employees on their payroll, but they would also end up becoming one of the biggest production houses in the country at that time. After he had quit In House due to what he described as “a sense of fatigue setting in”, he started his own company called Runaway Productions. He then wound up creating a number of successful TV shows including but not limited to hits like Movers And Shakers, a late night comedy cum talk show that was hosted by renowned comedian Shekhar Suman and The Great Indian Comedy Show, a late night comedy sketch and standup comedy show. The production house created a niche for themselves as creators of shows that are topically driven in nature but which have a comic twist in them. His most talked about project in recent times was his involvement in the production and release of the indie comedy film Sulemani Keeda. The idea behind this was that there is no production house in India actively supporting the indie movie scene, and there was a potential market to be filled. The film is based on two friends who plan on making it big in India’s film industry by getting some producer to adapt their screenplay titled Sulemani Keeda. The film received rave reviews from critics both in India and abroad for its storyline and humor involved, giving justification to Dave’s belief that there is a need for more films that aren’t driven by big stars and sizeable budgets.

Shailesh Dave Hindi Actor