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Full Name: Mirza Abbas Ali
Date of Birth: 21 May 1975
Age: (42 years)
Birth Place: Kolkata, West Bengal
Wife (Spouse): Erum Ali
Mother Tongue: UrduNationalityIndian
Childeres: Emira, Aymaan
Abbas grew up watching Hindi and Bengali movies, his maternal grandfather being an actor of the film and his paternal family being related to the actor Feroz Khan. He has participated in modeling tasks since his college days and then wanted to become an actor in Indian films. Initially, after learning that director Kadhir was looking for a new actor for his latest adventure, Abbas had recommended to his friends who knew Tamil to audition and participated in a speculative hearing at the insistence of his friends. Kadhir was impressed by Abbas's performance and invited him to a screen test for Kadhal Desam (1996), before signing him to play a leading role. Unfamiliar with the Tamil language, Abbas used to memorize his lines on the whole film and Kadhir began shooting with easier portions, in order to facilitate the access of the Abbas to his role . Alongside Vineeth and Tabu, Kadhal Desam became a critical and commercial success and Abbas was dubbed by the media as a "heart-throb" and garnered several other offers of action. His cluttered schedule meant that he had missed successful films including Kadhalukku Mariyadhai (1997) and Jeans (1998), and Tamil films to which he appeared as Poochudava (1998) and Aasai Thambi (1998) were mainly box office failures. Meanwhile, the success of Telugu's dubbed version of Kaadhal Desam has enabled him to make a breakthrough in Telugu movies and his upcoming projects Priya O Priya (1997) and Rajahamsa (1998) have been profitable. He also appeared in the film Kannada focused on youth, Shanti Shanti Shanti (1999), with the first time debuting by Madhavan
Following a commercially disappointing episode of Tamil films as a leading actor, Abbas worked on several prestigious films in the early 2000s as the second hero. He appeared as the son-in-law of Rajinikanth in Padayappa (1999), before describing the role of doctor in Kamal Haasan's historical film, Hey Ram (2000). Abbas then appeared in the multi-starring Kandukondain Kandukondain of Rajiv Menon (2000), in which he was paired with Aishwarya Rai, and the film continued to get positive reviews from critics. In 2001, he made other appearances in commercially successful films, Minnale of Gautham Menon and Aanandham of N. Linguswamy, and Pammal K. Sambandam (2002) with Kamal Haasan again, and critics called this period "High career." He appeared in a music video for Rajshri Pictures and then had the opportunity of producers to appear in Hindi movies, then made his debut with Ansh (2002). prompted two other films, including Aur Phir with Bipasha Basu to be set aside, and he continued to appear in Tamil films in supporting roles in the mid-2000s.
With multi-starrers diminishing in the Tamil cinema, Abbas appeared in some low-budget companies such as Unarchigal (2005) and 47A Besant Nagar Varai (2006), before opting for the pursuit of anti-hero roles. He played the role of woman-wife in the horror film Shock (2004) and Thirut Payale (2006), then played a villainous comedian in Sadhu Miranda (2008) and Guru En Aalu (2009). In 2010, he made a return to Kannada's movies with the family drama Appu and Pappu, illustrating the boy's father. In recent years, Abbas has appeared in television series, while he also depicted the scientist Prasanta Chandra Mahalanobis in Ramanujan (2014)
He is married to Erum Ali, fashion designer; the couple has a son and a daughter, Erum has worked as a costumer in many films, including Aayirathil Oruvan and Guru En Aalu, where the co-star of Madhavan's wife, Saritha, also worked as a designer.