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Najeem Khan Hindi Actor

Najeem Khan

Najeem Khan was born on Feb 4, 1992 in an Afghan household in Islamabad (Pakistan). He finished his education from Estiqlal Lycee and Oxford High School till 6th and 9th courses. Once he came to comprehend that he is gifted with excessive sort of similarity to Salman Khan and by getting an appraisal from his associates, he started imagining of developing into an actor. Then, he uninterruptedly geared up himself to be an actor. Whether it’s a fitness center session or acting drill schedule, he always used to maintain strictness. In his early days. Najeem and his household have been through a harsh life as they moved from Afghanistan and stayed in Islamabad as emigrants. Salman Khan's look-alike model and artist Najeem Khan were recently seen in the debated show "Big Boss 9" in October, 2015. The actor who made his debut with the movie "Bajrangi Bhaijaan" portrayed the personality of young Salman aka Pawan. In real life, he is a die-hard fan of Salman and believes himself as his deity and wants to grow into an actor in Bollywood. He used to do modeling in Delhi before moving into Bollywood. Viewers were quite eager to see both facing each other. The show has been aired on Colors channel last October. Bajrangi Bhaijaan (English interpretation: Brother Bajrangi) is an Indian Hindi-language entertainment production film, led by Kabir Khan, penned by K. V. Vijayendra Prasad. The movie is shaped by Salman Khan and Rockline Venkatesh. It leads Salman Khan and Harshaali Malhotra while Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Kareena Kapoor Khan are in secondary roles. Salman Khan portrays Bajrangi, a keen devotee of Hindu idol Hanuman, who boards on taking a voiceless six-year-old Pakistani lassie (Malhotra), detached in India from her parents, back to her birthplace in Pakistan. The story of the movie in its latter part is, Pawan and Munni go into Pakistan. Soon after their entrance, under uncertainties of being an Indian emissary, the lawman detains pawan. He flees with Munni and encounters Chand Nawab (Nawazuddin Siddiqui), a correspondent who works for a Pakistani TV network. Nawab has thoroughly been following the advances. Stirred by the tale, Nawab agrees to join Pawan and help him to find Munni's parents. They embark a bus to Sultanpur. A patrol who are investigating for "the Indian emissary" blocks the bus. Formulating a plan to distract their concentration, Pawan gets off the bus and darts toward the wilderness in full sight. He gets chased down, hammered, and shot in hand. In the meantime, Nawab and Munni arrive at Sultanpur, where Munni unites with her mom. The films uploaded by Nawab go viral all over India and Pakistan. A sympathetic senior brigadier, Hamid Khan (Rajesh Sharma), recognizes that Pawan is not guilty, and has him unconfined, disobeying the order to keep him in prison, which he felt would be trivial. Answering to a call by Nawab, thousands of Pakistanis and Indians assembled at an Inspection Post, to see Pawan revert to India. As Pawan goes across the border, Shahida, who is also in the gathering, runs in the direction of the fence and yells out for him with her now recovered speech. Pawan and Shahida sprint in the direction of each other and hug. Overall, the actor says working with his idol and even portraying him in the movie is like a dream come true. He is looking forward to doing more flicks like this and if possible cooperating with Salman Khan.

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