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|Emraan Anwar Hashmi is an Indian film actor who appears in Hindi films. Through his successful career, Hashmi has received three Filmfare Award nominations and established himself as one of the most popular and best-paid actors of Hindi cinema. The Bhatt family was born and raised in Mumbai. After graduating from the University of Mumbai, he worked as assistant director for the horror film Raaz 2002 before pursuing a career in acting.
Emraan Hashmi was born on March 24, 1979 in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. His father, Anwar Hashmi, is a businessman, who also starred in the 1968 film Baharon Ki Manzil, and his mother, Maherrah Hashmi, was a housewife. His paternal grandfather, Shauqat Hashmi, emigrated to Pakistan after the partition of India, while his grandmother, Meherbano Mohammad Ali was an actress, who remained in India.
Profile ( Personal Info)
|Real Name||:||Emraan Hashmi|
|Age||:||40 years in (2020)|
|Date of Birth||:||24 March 1979|
|Eye Color||:||Dark Brown|
|Born In||:||Pulgaon, Maharashtra, India|
|Height in Feet Inches||:||5’ 8”|
Wife / Spouse / Partner Photos Details
|Wife||:||Parveen Shahani (m.2006-present)|
Children Photos Details
|Son||:||Ayaan Hashmi (born in 2010)|
Father - Brother - Mother - Sister -Relatives (Family Photos)
|Father||:||Anwar Hashmi (Businessman, Actor)|
|Mother||:||Maherahh Hashmi (Actress)|
|Hobbies||:||Playing video games, collecting watches, photography|
|Favorite Color||:||Black, white, blue|
|Favorite Actress||:||Sridevi, Katrina Kaif|
|Favorite Actor||:||Sanjay Dutt, Dilip Kumar, Michael J Fox, Jack Nicholso|
Qualification ( Education, School and College )
|School||:||Jamnabai Narsee School, Mumbai|
|College/ University||:||Sydenham College of Commerce and Economics, Mumbai|
|Educational and Qualification||:||Graduate|
|Hashmi made his acting debut in 2003, with Vikram Bhatt's Footpath thriller. Co-starring alongside Aftab Shivdasani and Bipasha Basu, he played the role of Raghu Shrivastav, a gangster. His performance in the film was appreciated by critics; Gaurav Malani described him as the "stage thief" and praised his manners.
The following year, he played in Anurag Basu Murder's erotic thriller with Mallika Sherawat and Ashmit Patel. Taran Adarsh of Bollywood Hungama said about his performance: "Emraan Hashmi is fantastic in a role that seems tailor-made to him. With the role of an obsessive lover, one can not deny that the narrative takes a major impetus thanks to Emraan's performance. " The murder appeared as a financial success, with a domestic total of 250 million , becoming the ninth highest film of its kind. the year in India.
Hashmi then played in Anurag Basu's romance, Tumsa Nahin Dekha, in front of Dia Mirza. During the filming, Basu was diagnosed with a blood cancer, so producer-director Mahesh Bhatt completed it. Although the film did not succeed at the box office, his interpretation of Daksh Mittal was generally well received.
Hashmi then takes a supporting role in Mohit Suri's Kalyug thriller alongside Kunal Khemu, Smilie Suri, Amrita Singh, Ashutosh Rana and Deepal Shaw. . Based on the sex industry, the film depicts the devastating effect that non-consensual pornographic movies have on the subjects. Hashmi introduced as Ali Bhai, a man who runs a sex shop.
His performance has garnered positive reviews from critics, Taran Adarsh writes: "Emraan Hashmi makes a brief appearance and the actor is, as always, very competent." Kalyug has been a moderate success in India.
Hashmi's first film in 2006 was Anant Mahadevan's Aksar thriller starring Udita Goswani and Dino Morea. The film was a profitable production, but met with negative reviews from critics. He later appeared in Anurag Basu's romantic thriller Gangster, starring Kangana Ranaut and Shiney Ahuja. The film emerged as an economic success, producing more than $ 190 million in India.