Farhan Akhtar is one of the few Bollywood stars who has channeled his creativity across spectrums. Each venture of the actor has proven to be immensely successful garnering accolades for the prolific mind. Farhan is riding high on success with a slew of celebrated Indian films like Fukrey Returns, Gold, K.G.F (Part 1) and the recent talk of the town Gully Boy.
Not only is Farhan presenting varied content to the audience, but the producer – director via Excel Entertainment is also delivering movies appealing to diverse segments of cinegoers.
One of the first to partake in the digital wave in India, Farhan has backed universally applauded web series like Inside Edge, Mirzapur and the newly streaming Made In Heaven, under the banner name of Excel Media and Entertainment. By displaying tailor made content for the netizens, Farhan Akhtar has put Indian original content on the world map by garnering tremendous response from around the globe.
Diversifying his inner creativity, Farhan has been effectively working towards the social cause MARD (Men Against Rape & Discrimination) by leading music concerts pan India and Internationally too. Spreading the social message against rape & gender discrimination to masses via the universal language of music, Farhan Akhtar has formed an unconventional combination of entertainment and social responsibility.
Contributing to the society by making use of his artistic skills, Farhan Akhtar was recently chosen by Annie Lennox to partner with her for a Global International Women’s Day campaign that includes other heavyweight international artists like Ed Sheeran, Dua Lipa, Richard E Grant, Emeli Sande, Hozier, Eddie Izzard, Gwendoline Christie, Beverley Knight and Mary J Blige.
Fresh out of the success of his production venture Gully Boy and the massive appreciation for Lalkar concert for MARD, Farhan is back to facing the camera for his upcoming film The Sky Is Pink. The chiseled actor is also sweating it out in the gym for Toofan to fit in as boxer reuniting Farhan with his Bhaag Milkha Bhaag director Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra.