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Sahabzade Irrfan Ali Kha is a Bollywood actorwho is known for his works in Bollywood movies, Bri... Read More
Sahabzade Irrfan Ali Kha is a Bollywood actorwho is known for his works in Bollywood movies, British Indian films, Hollywood ventures, and a Telugu film. Khan enjoys a reputation of a strong skilled actor from earned from his roles in Bollywood movies such as The Warrior, Maqbool, Haasil, Charas: A Joint Effort, Paan Singh Tomar, Knock Out, Gunday, The Lunchbox, and Rog. He also hosted the TV show Mano Ya Na Mano and appeared in popular Vodafone commercials. In 2012 he appeared in the title role in Paan Singh Tomar, a biopic about an athlete. Both the movie and Khan's performance received critical acclaim. As of 2013, he had appeared in more than 30 films in Bollywood. Khan's English-language mainstream work includes character roles in movies like The Namesake, New York, I Love You, A Mighty Heart, The Darjeeling Limited, Slumdog Millionaire, The Amazing Spider-Man, and Life of Pi, as well as in the HBO series In Treatment. Adding up to his caliber, Khan is the recipient of three Filmfare Awards, a Screen Actors Guild Award, and an Independent Spirit Award nomination. He is also the recipient of 2011 Padma Shri award, the fourth highest civilian award in India. He has garnered the National Film Award for Best Actor in the 60th National Film Awards 2012, for his performance in Paan Singh Tomar
Khan got married to writer Sutapa Sikdar, an NSD graduate on 23 February 1995 and has two children named Babil and Aryan. Sutapa said about him, "He was always focused. I remember when he would come home, he would head straight for the bedroom, sit on the floor, and read books. The rest of us would be hanging around gossiping." Even now, as he reads through at least one new Hollywood script a week, he believes in doing his homework, staying up till 3 in the morning, taking notes, trying to understand ways to play his character. Sikdar recalls how he would demand as many as 11 rewrites from her when he directed episodes of Banegi Apni Baat. "Once he dragged me to a police station in Mumbai to understand procedure," she recalls. Recently, he has changed his name to Irrfan. He also said he likes the sound of the extra "r" in his name
Civilian honors 2011: Padma Shri National Film Awards 2012: National Film Award for Best Actor – Paan Singh Tomar Filmfare Awards 2012: Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor – Paan Singh Tomar 2007: Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award – Life in a... Metro 2003: Filmfare Best Villain Award – Haasil Other awards 2014: Indian International Film Festival of Queensland - Best Actor - Qissa 2013: Asian Film Award for Best Actor - The Lunchbox 2013: Asia-Pacific Film Festival - Outstanding Achievement Award - The Lunchbox 2013: Dubai International Film Festival - Best Actor - The Lunchbox 2013: Times of India Film Awards - Best Actor - Paan Singh Tomar 2013: Star Guild Awards - Star Verdict of the Year - The Lunchbox 2013: Screen Award for Best Actor - Paan Singh Tomar 2012: IRDS Film Award for social concern – Best male character – Paan Singh Tomar 2012: CNN-IBN Indian of the Year 2011: International Indian Film Academy Awards - Outstanding Achievement in Indian Cinema 2015: Central Ohio Film Critics Association - Best Ensemble - Slumdog Millionaire 2009: GQ (Indian edition) - Man of the Year 2008: International Indian Film Academy Awards - Best Actor In A Supporting Role - Life in a... Metro 2008: IIFA Award for Best Supporting Actor - Life in a... Metro 2008: Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture – Slumdog Millionaire 2007: Star Guild Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role - Life in a... Metro 2006: Alliance of Women Film Journalists - Best Seduction - The Namesake 2004: Screen Weekly Awards - Best Performance in a Negative Role - Haasil Nominations 2012: Filmfare Awards - Best Actor - Paan Singh Tomar 2013: Asia Pacific Film Festival - Best Actor - The Lunchbox 2008: Stardust Best Supporting Actor Award – The Namesake 2008: IIFA Award: IIFA Best Supporting Actor – Life in a... Metro 2007: Independent Spirit Award: Best Supporting Male – The NamesakeRead Less
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