Javed Rizvi is an Indian professional actor who has worked in the Hindi film industry. He is known for his performance in the movies Slave which released in the year 1998, Rama O Rama which hit the theatres in 1988 and Ram Knows in the year 1995. Javed Rizvi's full name is Javed Rizvi Jarehavi. He is also known in the field as master Javed. Javed Rizvi started working in cinema as a child artist from the late 80s to early 90s. He willingly accepted offers of small character roles from the mid-90s. Javed Rizvi has a brother named Isa Rizvi. Javed Rizvi's movies have been released all over India and also outside in the United Kingdom, United States of America, Australia, Canada, and in Gulf countries. Javed Rizvi has acted in more than 50 movies both credited and uncredited.
His debut movie as a child artist for the role of young Bhiari in the film Khudgarz which got released in the year 1987. This role went uncredited to him. For his next movie, Javed Rizvi got the offer to play the character of young Vicky. In this movie, the Tamil actor superstar Rajnikanth played the part of the older Vicky. Javed Rizvi usually played the younger versions of the lead roles as a child artist. His other movies in his childhood are Ganga Tere Desh Mein which released in 1988, Joshilaay which released in the year 1989, Gair Kaanooni in 1989, Toofan in the year 1989 and many more.
In the year 1994, he acted as the lead couple's eldest son for the movie Mr. Azaad. After this, he started getting offers for character roles. He has performed as a servant boy, rapist, molester in a remand home, jail inmate, driver, gangster, criminal don and many more. He has also performed as a deaf and dumb friend of Ajju played by the Bollywood actor John Abraham. Javed Rizvi's latest movie released in the year 2016 named
Wajah Tum Ho
in which he played the role of a vehicle mechanic named Chanderpal. His top grossed movie in India was Jail. Javed Rizvi took up a lot of negative roles in films in his reel life. But in real life, he voiced his thoughts against the inhumane act against Asifa, the little girl who was raped in a Hindu temple. He expressed his disappointment in the actions of few miscreants in the great nation of India.