Ibrar Yakub is an actor. He was born in India. He mainly works with the Hindi television Industry. He has Indian Nationality. He had appeared in the film industry various times. He is an actor of Nemours subject. He has worked with several artists. He works with the actors and some writers also. He did multiple movie projects in line. Ibrar did the versatile acting in the serial Devo Ke Dev-Mahadev.
Mouni Roy also did justice with her role of Sati. His eye color is dark brown. His hair color is black. He is active in the television industry from the year 2011. He did debut with the project Devo Ke Dev-Mahadev. His religion is Islam. His favorite singer is A.R. Rahman. His favorite television shows are Dance India Dance in the year 2009 and Sa Re Ga Ma Pa in the year 1995.
He has played the role of Tuhund in the show Devo Ke Dev-Mahadev. It has associated with the channel Life OK. His hobbies are music listening and traveling. He did Devo Ke Dev-Mahadev and Kya Huaa Tera Vaada. His daily soap Devo Ke dev has dubbed in multiple languages. It has dubbed as Shivam in the Tamil language and aired on Star Vijay channel. It has dubbed as Kailasanandan in the Malayalam language and aired on the Jaya TV. It has dubbed as Hara Hara Mahadev in the Telugu language. Cast includes for the Devo Ke Dev-Mahadev is
Tej Sapru, Aarya Vohra,
Manasvi Vyas, Priyanka Thakare, and many more. It has also dubbed in Oriya, Marathi, and some Indonesian languages.
Its release date is December 18 and the year is 2011. It has directed by Manish Sinha. The role of Sati has characterized by Mouni Roy. It is a mythological story, which depicts the concept of Lord Shiva. His other serial Kya Huaa Tera Wada has released in the year 2012. Cast includes in it is
Gajendra Chauhan, Ibrar Yakub,
Ekta Saraiya, Mouli Ganguli, Sonali Jaffer and many more. It has directed by
Ekta Kapoor. Ekta Kapoor is the director, who is passionate for her work. She has directed and produced the number of daily soap opera in various channels. It has two hundred and seventy-six episodes. It has also dubbed in the Tamil language as Sonnathu Neethanae. It has aired on the channel Jaya TV.