Born: August 4, 1967
age : 46
Height : 5.10
Birthplace : Mumbai, India
Spouse: Malaika Arora Khan (m. 1998)
Bio – Arbaz Khan is an Indian actor, producer and director and a well known man in the film industry. He comes from the prestigious Bollywood family of Salim Khan and the brother of actor Salman Khan and director actor Sohail Khan. He is married to model and actress Malaika Arora Khan and has two sisters as well. He was born in Bombay but when to The Scindia School based in Gwalior with his elder brother Salman Khan. He has a son called Arhaan who was born in 2004. He acted in a number of movies as lead roles and supporting actors, while also directed and produced a number of big movies including Dabang and its sequel. Khan won the National Film Award for Best Popular Film, which gave him the Wholesome Entertainment tag for him.
As far as Arbaaz career in Bollywood movie is concerned, he started his career with the movie called Daraar in the year 1996 wherein he played the character of Psychotic wife beater, which gave him a Filmfare award in negative role category. Though he was not seen successful in Solo movies but soon he started doing multi starrer movies like Hello Brother, Pyar Kiya To Darna Kya, Garv, wherein he acted opposite to his own brother Salman. His negative character based movie Qayamat was a big hit, which gave him a number of roles as supporting actors including Hulchul, Malamaal Weekly, Bhagam Bhag, Shootout at Lokhandwala, Fool and Final etc. He also was seen as cameo with his brother Sohail Khan in the movie called Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na.
Arbaaz Khan also played a couple of Telugu movies in a negative role called Jai Chiranjeeva along with Chiranjeeva, which was a bit hit in the overseas market particularly at cities like LA, Califorina and Las Vegas. Apart from acting, he also entered the film world as a producer in 2010 with the movie called Dabangg, wherein he also played the brother of Chulbul Pandey (Salman), while wife Malaika was seen doing an item number. The movie was a bit hit breaking all the previous records of all the time, which gave him invitation to Australia’s Indian film festival, Bollywood & Beyond wherein his wife also performed on the song Munni Badnam hui along with 1235 participants in Melbourne. The success of the Dhabangg 1 gave its sequel Dabangg 2, wherein he opened up his innings as director, which also turned a hit. He has bagged a number of awards for best supporting actor and negative role in all the prestigious award functions. His upcoming movie as a producer includes Dolly Ki Doli, while has announced third sequel of Dabang, which willbe releasing in 2017.
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