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Saturday, 4 November 2017

Akshaye Khanna Profile, Biography, Family, Photos, Biodata, Age, Height, Wife, Affairs and More...

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Name:Akshaye Khanna
Also Known As:Not-Known
Date of Birth :28 March 1975
Age:42 Years
Height:in centimeters- 175 cm
in meters- 1.75 m
in Feet Inches- 5 ’9"
Sun Sign:Aries
Eye Colour:Black and Brown
Hair Colour:Brown and Black
Born In :Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

Family Details

Mother Name :Geetanjali Khanna
Father Name :Vinod Khanna
Siblings:Rahul khanna and Sakshi Khanna
Daughter :Not-Known
Spouse / Partner ::Not-Known

Favorites, Social Links, Money Factor, Etc.

Favorites:Favorite Food Pizza,hamburger,lettuce,bhindi,spinanch,carrot,green peas,sea food
Favorite Actor Rajesh Khanna
Favorite Actress Dimple kapadia
Favorite Book
Favorite Sports Chess, football
Net Worth:Not-Known
Famous As :Actor

Biography & Biodata

Akshaye Khanna (born March 28, 1975) is an Indian film actor known for his work in Bollywood. He is the son of actor Vinod Khanna.

Early and personal life 

Akshay Khanna was born on March 28, 1975 in Mumbai. He is the second son of Vinod Khanna, famous actor and politician of Bollywood, and the younger brother of actor Rahul Khanna.


After studying at the Kishore Namit Kapoor Acting Institute in Mumbai, Khanna debuted at Bollywood in 1997 with the film Himalay Putra, produced by his father and without much success at the box office. His interpretation in his next film, J.P. Dutta's Border (1997), earned him the Filmfare Award for Best Start and a nomination for the Best Supporting Actor Filmfare Award in 1998]. After that, a series of unsuccessful films followed such as Mohabbat (1997), Kudrat (1998), Laawaris (1999), Love You Hamesha (1999) and Dahek (1999).
In 1999, he starred in Rishi Kapoor's Aa Ab Laut Chalen; Although the film did average business, he was commended for his game. He then starred in Taal of Subhash Ghai, opposite Aishwarya Rai. The film has become a critical and commercial success.
In 2001, Khanna appeared in the cult classic Farhan Akhtar, Dil Chahta Hai. This marked a turning point in his career: the film was a commercial and critical success and Khanna's performance was particularly applauded, later validated by Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor in 2002. ] Dil Chahta Hai revived the careers of Akshaye Khanna and Saif Ali Khan.
In 2002, Khanna appeared in a thriller Abbas-Mustan Humraaz; His role as a convincing co-artist in this film has earned him much criticism and a nomination for a Filmfare Award for best performance in a negative role. Khanna then plunged into the comedy genre with Hungama of Priyadarshan (2002) and Hulchul (2004) who became box office hits.
After playing in a series of unsuccessful and lukewarm box office films like Shaadi Se Pehle (2006), Aap Ki Khatir (2006), Salaam-e-Ishq: A tribute to love (2007), Mother Baap Pehle Aap (2008), Gandhi, My Father (2007),nd Naqaab (2007), Khanna appeared in the 2008 Race version. The Abbas-Mustan thriller was the fourth most profitable Bollywood film in 2008, and Khanna's performance in a negative role earned him Best Naughty Awards. However, Khanna's portrait of Harilal Gandhi, the eldest son of Mahatma Gandhi, in Gandhi's My Father, unanimously acclaimed in 2007, is widely recognized as his best performance as an actor.
In 2010, Khanna's first release was Anees Bazmee's comedy film No Problem with Sanjay Dutt, Anil Kapoor and Kangana Ranaut, followed by Aakrosh alongside Ajay Devgn. Both films flopped at the box office. He then played in Tees Maar Khan the same year, which became a box office success.
In 2012, Khanna starred in the comedy drama Gali Gali Chor Hai, which was also a box office flop. After that, Khanna took a four-year break from acting. In 2016, he made his comeback as an antagonist in the action-comedy movie Dishoom. The film received a mixed response and did average business at the box office. In 2017, Khanna has planned 2 films for the release; the thriller Mom and the mystery film Ittefaq.

Awards and nominations

2009 Screen Awards Best Villain Race
2009 IIFA Awards Best Villain Race
1998 Screen Awards Most promising Newcomer - Male Himalay Putra
1998 Filmfare Awards Best Debut - Male Border
1998 Filmfare Awards Best Supporting Actor Border
2003 Screen Awards Best Actor Deewangee
2003 Filmfare Awards Best Negative Role Humraaz
2003 Screen Awards Best Villain Humraaz
2003 Zee Cine Awards Best Actor in Negative Role Humraaz
2003 IIFA Awards Best Villain Humraaz Won
2007 Australian Indian Film Festival Best Performance Award
2007 Screen Awards Best Actor Gandhi, My Father
2002 Filmfare Awards Best Supporting Actor Dil Chahta Hai
2002 Screen Awards Special Jury Award[15] Dil Chahta Hai
2002 Screen Awards Best Supporting Actor Dil Chahta Hai
2002 Zee Cine Awards Best Supporting Actor - Male Dil Chahta Hai


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