Aly Khan or Alyy Khan is a mixed British and Pakistani television and film actor. He was born on December 6, 1968 in Karachi to a Muslim household. When he was 6-years old, they moved to London that’s why he has a British Passport. When he was 9 years old, they moved to Mumbai, India where Aly studied and later on worked. He was married to Pakistani, Chandni Saigol and they have two kids. Chandni took up kickboxing and teaches kids at school. Then they came back to Pakistan again. He studied film and TV production in Pimlico Arts and Media College. He is now a resident of Pakistan and London.
 
Aly works in both Hollywood and Bollywood industries. Some of his renowned works are, the drama film, A Mighty Heart by Michael Winterbottom along with some American actors and actresses like Dan Futterman and Angelina Jolie, Don 2 and the romantic-drama film, Anjuman. He actively appeared in some television serials like, The Bill on ITV Network, Strike Back and the Pakistani romantic serial, Saat Pardon Mein.
In 2003, Aly appeared in the Bollywood sport-drama film, Stumped.
 
He played the lead role of Major Raghav Seth who lives in the Happy Home Society and has a passion in playing and watching the cricket game. Then he did the films Sssshhh…, Kis Kis Ko, Nazar, and the British television film, Sharpe’s Challenge. He was also in the films Traitor and made a cameo appearance in the film 42 KM. Aly was Satish Chaudhary in 2009 film, Luck By Chance, followed by a television film, Dark Relic. In 2010, he did the film Pusher where he played the role of Scott. Aly became very active in the film industry from the year 2011 to 2012 and did many films including the short film, Titlee. Recently, he was filming the upcoming biographical film, Mah-e-Meer by Anjum Shahzad.
 
Aside from acting, Aly also hosted the the 1st Indian Telly Awards in 2001 and many reality shows including the cooking game show, Foodistan. Then he acted in few television serials like Lipstick on Zee TV, Yeh Zinagi Hai on Geo TV, The Philanthropist and more. In 1992, he worked on some documentaries and theatres after joining UTV. He became popular in India after doing the television serial, Banegi Apni Baat in 1994. He also appeared in the Indian drama series like Kabhie Kabhie in 1997, Private Detective, Bombay Blue, Satya and Dev D. Aly also did Dark Relic, a television series about the crusades in 2010 and the Cape Town.
Ali Hassan Hindi Actor

Ali Hassan

Ali Hassan is a popular and a prominent model-turned actor who acts in popular and hit Hindi television serials. Ali Hassan started off his career in the glamour world as a model, but after doing few modelling assignments, he auditioned with the famous Balaji Telefilms owned by media czar Ekta Kapoor and bagged an important role in the Balaji Telefilms Magnum opus - the popular family drama Kahanii Ghar Ghar Ki. Ali Hassan was roped in to play the character of Aryan. He gained popularity with this character with negative shades and was subsequently got offers to be cast in similar types of negative roles to which he happily obliged and accepted those offers which in turn proved to be extremely beneficial for his acting career. Ali Hassan was then seen appearing in a string of Hindi television serials in which he mostly essayed the role of main antagonist. Some of those famous serials were – Nagiin - a revenge story where he essayed the role of an antagonist who happened to be the killer of the main male protagonist, Akela - where Ali Hassan essays the role of black kohl eyed terrorist, etc. Ali Hassan was also seen playing the main male protagonist in Star Plus’s family drama and a love story- Raja Ki Aayegi Baraat. Apart From these serials, recently Ali Hassan was being seen in Star Plus’s hit show Mahabharat in the role of Thakshak- the serpent king, Chandragupta Maurya and in Singhasan Battisi in major character roles. Ali Hassan is married to his childhood sweetheart Sabah and the couple was blessed with a baby girl recently in the year 2013. Another version of this story... Ali Hasaan is a remarkable Indian television artist. He got his fame through the outstanding role he played as Aryan Sanjay Doshi in the Indian soap, Kahaani Ghar Ghar Kii which was aired on STAR Plus. This 6 feet tall actor was most recently seen in the weekly crime-based serial Hum Ne Li Hai... Shapath as the Yogi-Man, Shakaal on Life OK. Ali was also part of the 2013’s mythological drama serial, Mahabharat on STAR Plus. He played a dual role of Takshak, the king of the serpents and Jayadratha, the one who will capture Draupadi. He was also bagged in the story that is based on Mahabharata written by Raakesh Paswan entitled, Draupadi. He played as the modern Duryodhan.  Ali has done interesting roles in several television series. Apart from Kahaani Ghar Ghar Kii, he was also seen on Zee TV’s Naaginn – Waadon Ki Agniparikshaa as Rudra Pratap Singh in 2007 and Durga, Raja Ki Aayegi Baraat and in the historical drama series, Chandragupta Maurya as Shikari on Imagine TV channel. Ali also made a comeback on his home channel, STAR Plus through the television series, Arjun. He played a negative role of a psycho killer. He was most recently seen in the historical serial, Veer Shivaji on Colors TV where he appeared as the antagonist. He also did the role of Ravi together with Abigail Jain and Sailesh Gulabani in the Hindi crime show, Savdhaan India – India Fights Back. Ali also did a dual avatar in an episodic of the crime investigative series, C.I.D. on Sony Entertainment Television along with Bollywood actor, Sunny Deol.  He also appeared in this year’s adventure series, Singhasan Battisi of Sony PAL, which was aired on DD National. This is a tale about the 32 statues of Angels under King Vikramaditya’s throne. He played as Rahu who pursued a war versus the Devtas but King Vikramaditya will stop him. Ali also made an appearance in the Endemol India’s television series, Encounter on Sony Entertainment Television, along with Mahi Vij, Manini Mishra, Vinaj Jain and more. He was also in Veena Malik’s debut film, Daal Mein Kuch Kaala Hai in 2012.  Ali was married to Sabah. They are friends with anchor and actor, Sachin Shroff and her wife Juhi Parmar who is also an actress. Sabah and Juhi was expecting a baby at the same time but Juhi was the first one to give birth to a baby girl on January 27, 2013 and Sabah had her baby girl on February 11, 2013.  Their daughter’s name is Inaaya. Meanwhile, the couple was busy with the interiors of their newly bought flat located in Malad.

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Arun Singh Rana

Arun Singh Rana is a well-known face of Indian Television especially for the fans of Indian Mythology. He played the role of the beloved and humble king, Pandu, in the mythological drama ‘Mahabharata’ which ran from September 2013 to August 2014 on Star Plus. Through his portrayal of Pandu, Arun Rana has showcased the King of Hastinapur in a different light. The father of the Pandavas in not remembered as a major character in the epic. However, Rana has done perfect justice to the humble and just king which has left him with a huge fanbase. Arun Rana has also appeared on other popular TV shows like Divya Aur Baati Hum in which he plays a Kabaddi player and also in Yeh Hai Aashiqui in which he plays the character of a college student. Rana originally belongs to Delhi and before appearing on Television he had already made a name for himself through his numerous performances in the theater. His latest TV stint was on an episode on Disney Bindass’s Halla Bol, a show which deals with crimes against woman. Arun played an antagonistic role and a totally alternate one from the humble king that we were so used to seeing. On his decision to take up a negative role Arun comments that he fluctuated about playing such a character, but since it was for the cause of women upliftment in which he whole-heartedly believes in, he accepted it. Arun's mythological appearances have not solely been restrained to TV either; people can recognize him from his stint in the 2001 Shahrukh Khan starrer, Ashoka the Great where he played the role of a farmer. Some other movies in which Rana has played a part are Tere Naam and Chalte Chalte. In March 2015, Arun surprised everyone when he announced his involvement in the Indonesian musical soap opera Kuch Kuch Dagdut(KKD), a show which airs on P.T. Indosiar Visual Mandiri, a national television channel in Indonesia.

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Arun Singh Rana Hindi Actor