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Katrina Kaif
A headshot of Katrina Kaif

Kaif at an event for Bharat in 2019
Katrina Turquotte

16 July 1983 (age 36)

Citizenship British
  • Actress
  • model
Years active 2003–present
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Katrina Kaif (pronounced [kəˈʈriːnaː ˈkɛːf]; born Katrina Turquotte; 16 July 1983) is an English actress who works in Hindi films.[1] She has established herself in Bollywood and is one of India’s highest-paid actresses.[2][3]

Born in Hong Kong, Kaif and her family lived in several countries before she moved to London. She received her first modelling assignment as a teenager and later pursued a career as a fashion model. At a fashion show in London, filmmaker Kaizad Gustad spotted Kaif and decided to cast her in Boom (2003), a critical and commercial failure. While filming in India, Kaif received modelling assignments and established a successful modelling career. However, filmmakers were hesitant to cast her due to her poor command of Hindi. After appearing in the Telugu film, Malliswari (2004), Kaif earned commercial success in Bollywood with the romantic comedies Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya? (2005) and Namastey London (2007). She followed with a series of box-office hits, but was criticised for her acting, repetitive roles and inclination to male-dominated films.

Kaif’s performance in the terrorism drama New York (2009) was better received, earning her a Filmfare Award for Best Actress nomination. After starring roles in Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani (2009), Raajneeti (2010) and Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara (2011), she received her second Filmfare nomination for her performance in Mere Brother Ki Dulhan (2011). Kaif’s highest-grossing films came with the action thrillers Ek Tha Tiger (2012), Dhoom 3 (2013) and Bang Bang! (2014), all of which rank among the highest-grossing Indian films. She followed this with roles in a series of films that did not perform well commercially, with the exception of the action sequel Tiger Zinda Hai (2017) and the drama Bharat (2019), but received praise for playing an alcoholic actress in the romantic drama Zero (2018), for which she received a nomination for the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress.

In addition to acting, Kaif is involved with her mother’s charity and participates in stage shows. She is guarded about her personal life, which is a subject of media scrutiny, as is her background.

Katrina Kaif was born in Hong Kong with her mother’s surname Turquotte (also spelt Turcotte), on 16 July 1983.[a][8][9][10] According to the actress, her father (Mohammed Kaif) is a British businessman of Kashmiri descent and her mother (Suzanne, also spelt Susanna) is an English lawyer and charity worker.[11][12][13] She has seven siblings: three elder sisters (Stephanie, Christine, and Natasha), three younger sisters (Melissa, Sonia, and Isabel) and an elder brother, Michael.[11][13] Isabelle Kaif is also a model and actress.[14] Kaif’s parents divorced when she was a child, and her father moved to the United States. She said her father had no influence on Kaif or her siblings while they were growing up, and they were raised by their mother.[8][13][15] On her father’s absence in her life, Kaif stated: “When I see friends who have wonderful fathers who are like pillars of support for their families, I say, if only I had that. But instead of complaining, I should be grateful for all the other things I have”. In a 2009 interview with The Indian Express, she said she was not in touch with her father.[13]

A woman is sitting next to an older woman in a crowded room. The younger woman is sitting on the right wearing a white dress, while the older woman is wearing a black dress.

Kaif with her mother at the People’s Choice Awards India, 2012

Kaif says that her mother decided to “dedicate her life to social causes”, which led to the family’s relocation to a number of countries for varying lengths of time:

Our transitions in growing up were—from Hong Kong where I was born, to China, then to Japan, and from Japan by boat to France … After France, Switzerland—and I’m cutting out many East European countries where we were for only a few months each—then Poland in Kraków … After that we went to Belgium, then to Hawaii, which was a short time, and then came to London.[15]

Due to their frequent relocation, Kaif and her siblings were home-schooled by a series of tutors.[16] Although she is thought to have grown up in London, she lived there for only three years before moving to India.[15] According to Kaif, she then changed her surname to her father’s because she thought it would be easier to pronounce.[17]

Kaif’s paternal parentage has been questioned by some members of the film industry.[8] In a 2011 interview with Mumbai MirrorBoom producer Ayesha Shroff accused Kaif of fabricating her history: “We created an identity for her. She was this pretty young English girl, and we gave her the Kashmiri father and thought of calling her Katrina Kazi. We thought we’d give her some kind of Indian ancestry, to connect with the audience … But then we thought that Kazi sounded too … religious? … Mohammad Kaif was at the top, and so we said, Katrina Kaif sounds really great”.[12] Kaif called Shroff’s comments “hurtful”.[8]


Modelling and early film work

A woman is smiling away from the camera.

Kaif at the 2006 IIFA Awards

At the age of fourteen, Kaif won a beauty contest in Hawaii, and received her first modelling assignment in a jewellery campaign.[18] She subsequently modelled professionally in London, working for freelance agencies and appearing regularly at London Fashion Week.[8] At a fashion show Kaif attracted the attention of London-based filmmaker Kaizad Gustad. He selected her for a role in the English-Hindi erotic heist film Boom as part of an ensemble cast that included Amitabh BachchanGulshan GroverJackie ShroffMadhu Sapre and Padma Lakshmi.[19][20] While filming in India, Kaif received other offers and decided to stay in the country.[21] In 2003, she received notice as a model after walking the ramp for Rohit Bal at the India Fashion Week[22] and appeared in the first Kingfisher Calendar.[23] Kaif soon established a successful modelling career in India after endorsing brands such as Coca-ColaLGFevicol and Samsung.[24]

Kaif’s career as a model led to anticipation surrounding her Bollywood debut.[20] Boom (2003) had its first screening at the Cannes Film Festival, and was heavily promoted at the event.[25][26] Boom was a commercial and critical failure.[27][28] Kaif’s enactment of a supermodel ensnared in the Mumbai underworld was poorly received, with Ziya U. Salam of The Hindu attributing the weak performances of the film’s leading ladies to “the vacuity of their expressions”.[29] Hindustan Times reported that after Booms release, Kaif was written off due to her poor Hindi and thick British accent.[30] She later dismissed the film: “I don’t count Boom among important happenings in my life. When I signed this film, I didn’t know much about India and its film audience”.[31] Although Kaif was offered a number of modelling assignments,[31] filmmakers were hesitant to cast her because of her poor command of Hindi.[32] In one instance, Mahesh Bhatt replaced her with Tara Sharma in Saaya (2003) as he found her an “inconsistent performer”.[33] Subsequently, Kaif began working on her diction through Hindi classes.[31]

After the failure of her first Bollywood project, Kaif appeared in the Telugu film Malliswari (2004). With Daggubati Venkatesh, she played the title role of a princess forced to flee from her murderous caretaker. Kaif received a reported ₹7.5 million (US$110,000) for the film, the highest salary for a South Indian film actress at the time. Despite negative reviews for her acting, Malliswari was a profitable venture.[34][35]

Breakthrough (2005–2008)

In 2005, Kaif appeared briefly as Abhishek Bachchan‘s girlfriend in Ram Gopal Varma‘s political thriller Sarkar.[36] She next featured alongside Salman KhanSushmita Sen and Sohail Khan in Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya?, a film she considered her “first real step into Bollywood”.[37] Directed by David Dhawan, the film was a successful remake of the romantic comedy Cactus Flower.[38][39] For her role as a suicidal model, Kaif received the Stardust Award for Breakthrough Performance – Female.[40] According to Sukanya Verma of Rediff.com, “Katrina’s Disney princess-like charm adds to her adorable screen presence”.[41] Kaif followed with a small part in her second Telugu film, Allari Pidugu.[42]

In 2006, she appeared with Akshay Kumar for the first of many films in Raj Kanwar‘s unsuccessful Humko Deewana Kar Gaye,[43] a story of two like-minded strangers who fall in love despite being engaged to others. Sify wrote that Kaif was “passably competent in a tailor-made role, giving a mild emotional spin to a couple of scenes” but was overshadowed by her supporting actresses.[44] Kaif also appeared with Mammootty in the Malayalam crime thriller Balram vs. Tharadas,[45] in which Rishi Raj Singh of The Hindu called her performance “marvellous”.[46]

Kaif’s career prospects changed in 2007, when she appeared in four Bollywood hits.[47] In an interview with The Indian Express, she called Vipul Amrutlal Shah‘s romantic comedy Namastey London a milestone, saying that “for the first time, [she] had a dominating role”.[13] Kaif used her life in London as a reference for her role as a spoilt British Indian girl intent on marrying her self-centred British boyfriend, despite her parents’ disapproval.[48] Although critics expressed mixed views on the film,[49] Sukanya Verma wrote that Kaif “suits the role to the T” and “brings the zingy mix of her character alive with style and substance”.[50] Kaif’s chemistry with co-star Akshay Kumar was particularly well received, with Nikhat Kazmi of The Times of India calling their casting “refreshing”.[51] Taran Adarsh from Bollywood Hungama mentioned “Katrina is a revelation. The actor surprised you with a confident performance in Humko Deewana Kar Gaye and now, in Namaste London, she comes up with a spirited performance yet again. She handles the complex part with remarkable ease.”[52]

A man and a woman are looking away from the camera. The man is dressed in formal clothes, while the woman is wearing a light pink dress.

Kaif and Akshay Kumar on the set of Welcome; they teamed in several successful films.[53]

She had a supporting role as a doctor in the sports drama Apne. The film was highly anticipated as it marked the first appearance of Dharmendra with his sons, Sunny Deol and Bobby Deol.[54] After Apne she rejoined director David Dhawan and Salman Khan for the comedy Partner, a remake of Hitch which also starred Govinda and Lara Dutta.[55] With a worldwide revenue of ₹1.03 billion (US$14 million), the film was a major financial success.[56][57] Kaif’s final film of the year was Anees Bazmee‘s comedy Welcome, alongside Akshay Kumar, Nana PatekarMallika Sherawat and Anil Kapoor. Although the film generated mostly negative reviews, it proved to be the second highest-grossing Bollywood film of 2007.[47][56] The similarity of Kaif’s roles was noted by Shoma Chaudhury of Tehelka, who called her “unabashed eye-candy”, adding that she was “a pretty prop in Welcome” and “more of the same in Partner and Apne“.[16]

In 2008, the actress had three releases, the first of which was Abbas-Mustan‘s action thriller Race, a story about two stepbrothers-turned-rivals who are in contention for their father’s insurance money. Kaif played Saif Ali Khan‘s secretary, who is his stepbrother’s (Akshaye Khanna) lover. Nikhat Kazmi was appreciative of the film, praising its “super cool look [and] testosterone-high action sequences” but found Kaif “too pale” in her role.[58] After Race, Kaif rejoined Akshay Kumar in Anees Bazmee’s action comedy Singh Is Kinng. The film earned ₹1.25 billion (US$18 million) worldwide, making it Kaif’s sixth consecutive box-office success.[30][57][59] However, she received mixed reviews for her performance.[47] Rajeev Masand of CNN-IBN reviewed: “Katrina Kaif is an eyesore … her acting so weak you want to urge her to watch everyone from Madhubala to Madhuri so she might pick up a few tricks”.[60]

Kaif’s final film of the year—Subhash Ghai‘s drama Yuvvraaj—was a major box-office failure.[59] In preparation for her role as a cellist she practised her playing with orchestra members.[61] Her portrayal of a girl forbidden by her father from marrying her poor lover was well received by Sify’s Sonia Chopra: “Katrina is wonderful, plays the cello convincingly, and looks ethereal”.[62] Despite the film’s mixed critical reception, its screenplay was added to the library of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for its artistic merit.[63][64]

Before New York, Kaif’s voice was dubbed over by voice artists in most of her films due to her lack of fluency in Hindi and other Indian languages.[b] Although she appeared in a series of successful films, critics noted that she had little to do in them as they were generally male-dominated.[30][67] Her performances were also largely criticised.[68][69] About her series of glamorous roles, Kaif said that her “first few films were really a process of learning … There was no target”.[8]

New York and commercial successes (2009–2014)

After a string of films in which she was cast to add glamour, Kaif appeared in Kabir Khan‘s terrorism drama New York (2009).[70] Featuring John Abraham and Neil Nitin Mukesh in lead roles, the film tells the story of how three friends’ lives are changed when the former is wrongly detained after 9/11. Kaif played Maya, a college student who later marries a terrorist. The actress said that she identified with Maya, since she experienced similar isolation because of her skin colour when she was growing up in London.[71] Kaif also remarked that she was tired of “arm candy” roles and was looking for more substantial parts.[72] New York did well at the box office and received favourable reviews.[73][74] According to Subhash K. Jha, Kaif “comes into her own as an actress of substance … From the carefree effervescent campus girl to the anguished wife, Katrina makes the journey look plausible all the way”.[75] A reviewer for The Times of India considered it to be the “best performance of her entire career.”[76] New York brought Kaif her first Filmfare Award nomination for Best Actress.[77] She then appeared in a cameo for India’s first underwater thriller Blue.[78] Kaif starred with Ranbir Kapoor in Rajkumar Santoshi‘s hit comedy, Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani (2009), as an orphan forced to marry a rich man.[79] Taran Adarsh of Bollywood Hungama wrote, “Katrina Kaif continues to surprise … She scores in both emotional and light scenes” and called her chemistry with Kapoor “electrifying”.[80] Her final film of the year was Priyadarshan‘s comedy De Dana Dan.[72]

A woman dressed in a white salwar kameez (traditional Indian dress) with her hair down is smiling and looking away from the camera.

Kaif at a promotional event for Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, 2011

In 2010, Kaif appeared in Prakash Jha‘s political thriller Raajneeti as part of an ensemble cast which included Ranbir Kapoor, Ajay DevganArjun Rampal, Nana Patekar, Manoj Bajpai and Sarah Thompson. The film took inspiration from The Mahabharata and Mario Puzo‘s 1969 novel The Godfather.[81] Set in Bhopal, the film described a fiercely fought election campaign by two parties attempting to seize power with manipulation, corruption and treachery. Although there was media speculation before the film’s release that Kaif’s character was based on Sonia Gandhi, the actress denied this. In preparation for her role as Indu (a politician loosely based on Draupadi), she watched Priyanka Gandhi‘s election campaign videos to study the body language and interaction of politicians.[82][83] The film received mainly positive reviews from critics.[84] Rajeev Masand found Raajneeti “thrilling and gripping”, though Namrata Joshi was more critical and expressed her disappointment over the film’s depiction of women.[85][86] Nikhat Kazmi considered Kaif’s performance to be “carefree and camera-unconscious” and wrote that she “seems to slip into the high-powered shoes easily”.[87] The film was highly successful at the box office, receiving a total collection of ₹1.4 billion (US$20 million).[57][88]

Kaif collaborated with Akshay Kumar for the sixth time in the slapstick comedy Tees Maar Khan (2010).[89] For her role as an aspiring actress, Kaif appeared in a popular item number titled “Sheila Ki Jawani“. The song was choreographed by the film’s director Farah Khan and for the belly dancing portion of the song, Kaif was trained by expert Veronica D’Souza.[90] “Sheila Ki Jawani” was often compared to another item number released the same year “Munni Badnaam Hui” from Dabangg.[91] Despite the song’s popularity, Tees Maar Khan was panned by critics and underperformed at the box office.[92][93] Kaif’s portrayal was not well received; Renuka Rao of Daily News and Analysis said that her “drama queen act is performed … poorly”, but noted that she “does full justice” to the item number.[94]

The following year, Kaif was paired with Hrithik Roshan in Zoya Akhtar‘s coming-of-age dramedy Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara.[95] The film narrates the story of three friends on a bachelor trip, and how the workaholism of one was overcome with the help of Laila (Kaif). The film was a critical and commercial success.[96][97] Richard Kuipers of Variety commented that she is “delightful as the sweet-natured girl who inspires everyone to look in the mirror and do something about it”.[98] Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara was one of the most awarded films of the year and received numerous Best Film accolades.[99]

Kaif then featured in Yash Raj Films‘ romantic comedy Mere Brother Ki Dulhan (2011) with Imran Khan and Ali Zafar.[100] She was cast as Dimple Dixit, a “talkative”, “unpredictable” girl, a role she described as challenging as the character’s personality contrasted with her own.[101] While the film earned mixed reviews, Kaif was generally praised for her portrayal.[47][102] The book Mother Maiden Mistress called Dimple one of the more interesting female characters of the year.[103] Gaurav Malani of The Economic Times said the film was watchable because of “Katrina’s live-wire energy wherein she never goes overboard and keeps bustling with vivacity through the runtime”.[104] For this performance, Kaif received her second Filmfare nomination in the Best Actress category.[77]

In 2012, Kaif appeared in “Chikni Chameli“, an item number in Agneepath that incorporated dance steps from the Lavani genre (a Maharashtrian folk dance). The song was filmed over a ten-day period[105] and, according to the actress, “It was hard work. It was very fast and it was not a style I was used to, but I took it as a challenge”.[106] Kaif appeared next in Kabir Khan’s espionage thriller Ek Tha Tiger as a Pakistani ISI agent who falls in love with an Indian RAW agent. Shubhra Gupta of The Indian Express wrote about her performance: “Katrina is an able, animated foil to Salman, her long legs making her leaps and kicks credible”.[107] The film received predominantly positive reviews, with Aniruddha Guha of Daily News and Analysis calling it “smart and stylish”.[108][109] With worldwide earnings of ₹3.1 billion (US$43 million), Ek Tha Tiger was the highest-grossing Bollywood film of the year.[110][111]

A man in a suit is interlocking arms with two women. The woman on the left is wearing a blue one-shouldered gown with her hair up, while the woman on the right is wearing a gold sari (South Asian attire) with her hair down.

Kaif (right) with Anushka Sharma and Shah Rukh Khan at the premiere of Jab Tak Hai Jaan, 2012

That year Kaif also appeared with Shah Rukh Khan and Anushka Sharma in Yash Chopra‘s swan song, the romance Jab Tak Hai Jaan.[112] About working with Chopra, she remarked that he “undoubtedly is the king of romance and I have always admired the way he presents his heroines. It was always a dream to work with him and the reality is even better”.[113] She played Meera, a woman who promises God to end her affair with her comatose lover if he survives. Although the film received mostly positive reviews, Kaif’s performance had a mixed reception.[114] CNN-IBN wrote: “Meera’s role was a difficult one and Katrina falls short in emotional scenes. It seems Katrina still doesn’t feel very easy in front of the camera and has difficulty with complex expressions”.[115] Commercially, the film proved a box-office hit with revenues of ₹2.11 billion (US$30 million) worldwide.[116]

In 2013, she appeared briefly with Aamir Khan in Vijay Krishna Acharya‘s action thriller Dhoom 3.[117] To prepare for her role as a circus performer, she undertook a year-long regimen of Pilatesfunctional training and aerial straps.[118] The film received ambivalent reviews and Kaif was criticised for taking on an insubstantial part.[119] Earning ₹5.42 billion (US$76 million) in box-office receipts, Dhoom 3 went on to become the highest-grossing Bollywood film of all time until it was surpassed by PK in 2014.[120]

Kaif’s next appearance was in Siddharth Anand‘s Bang Bang! (2014), a remake of the 2010 action comedy Knight and Day.[121] She played a bank receptionist who unwittingly gets caught up with a secret agent (Hrithik Roshan). Raja Sen of Rediff.com was disappointed with her performance, describing it as “insufferable”.[122] Although the film was commercially successful, financial analysts observed that it failed to meet box-office expectations.[123] Ek Tha TigerDhoom 3 and Bang Bang! still rank in the list of highest-grossing Indian films, while Jab Tak Hai Jaan still rank in the list of highest-grossing Indian films in overseas markets

Career fluctuations (2015–present)

Kaif with co-star Aditya Roy Kapur at an event for Fitoor in 2016

Kaif’s sole appearance of 2015 was with Saif Ali Khan in Kabir Khan’s post 26/11 counter-terrorism drama Phantom.[124] In 2016, Kaif appeared in two films. In Abhishek Kapoor‘s Fitoor, an adaptation of Charles Dickens‘ Great Expectations, Kaif played a role based on Estella Havisham along with Aditya Roy Kapur and Tabu.[125] Later that year she featured in Nitya Mehra‘s love story Baar Baar Dekho with Sidharth Malhotra.[126] Both films were critical and commercial failures.[127] In a review for the former, Namrata Joshi wrote: “Katrina is good so long as she has to just be herself. So she dances, smiles and flirts well, but the minute a dramatic scene comes up, her utter inadequacy as a performer shows.”[128]

Kaif next appeared alongside Ranbir Kapoor in Anurag Basu‘s comedy-adventure film Jagga Jasoos, which was released in 2017 after multiple delays.[129] The film opened to mixed critical response and was a commercial disappointment.[130] Mayank Shekhar from Mid Day said, “Honestly, I know no two faces as pleasant as Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif on the Indian screen. They naturally shine before the camera.” [131] In the same year, Kaif reteamed with Salman Khan and reprised the role of Zoya in the Ali Abbas Zafar’s action thriller film Tiger Zinda Hai, sequel to the 2012 film Ek Tha Tiger. The film released on Christmas weekend and opened to strong box office collections, collecting over ₹1.1 billion within three days of release.[132] Rachit Gupta of Filmfare wrote, “The screenplay goes easy on [Kaif] by not giving her stand and dialogue. Instead, she does the bulk of the hand to hand combat and gun fights and she looks the part. It’s invigorating to see a lady kick-ass with so much élan and pull all the punches like they’re real.”[133]

In 2018, Kaif played a supporting role in the period action-adventure film Thugs of Hindostan, marking her second collaboration with Aamir Khan, Amitabh Bachchan and director Vijay Krishna Acharya.[134] Kaif was also a female lead, alongside Anushka Sharma, in Anand L Rai‘s Zero, playing an alcoholic actress and marking her second collaboration with Shah Rukh Khan and Sharma (after 2012’s Jab Tak Hai Jaan).[135] Zero received mixed reviews from critics, but Kaif’s portrayal of an alcoholic actress earned her critical praise,[136] with Udita Jhunjhunwala of Mint crediting for her for delivering “what could be considered her most authentic performance”.[137] She received a nomination for the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress.[138] However, both Thugs of Hindustan and Zero were commercially unsuccessful.[139]

In 2019, Kaif once again collaborated with Khan and Ali Abbas Zafar in the drama Bharat, an adaptation of the South Korean film Ode to My Father (2014). The film became the third highest grossing Hindi film of 2019 in its opening week.[140] Kaif will next appear in Rohit Shetty‘s action film Sooryavanshi.[141][142]

Off-screen work

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Katrina performing on Chikini Chameli at the 18th annual Colors Screen Awards, 2012

Kaif is involved with Relief Projects India, a charitable trust run by her mother which rescues abandoned baby girls and works to prevent female infanticide.[143] Kaif’s winnings from the game shows 10 Ka Dum and Kaun Banega Crorepati were donated to her mother’s Mercy Home orphanage.[144] In 2009 and 2010, Kaif also walked the ramp for charity as part of Salman Khan’s “Being Human” show.[145][146] To raise funds for a new school in Madurai she recorded Rhyme Skool, an album of nursery rhymes composed by A. R. Rahman.[147][148] In 2011, Kaif visited sepoys in Jammu as part of NDTV‘s reality program Jai Jawan.[149] The following year she visited the Cancer Patients Aid Association to gift cancer survivors and increase public awareness of breast and cervical cancer.[150]

Kaif has also performed onstage, participating in Shah Rukh Khan’s “Temptations Reloaded” world concert tour in 2008. Also featuring Kareena Kapoor and Arjun Rampal, the tour began in Amsterdam in June and ended four months later in Dubai‘s Festival City Arena before an audience of 15,000.[151][152] Kaif rejoined Shah Rukh Khan for his 2013 “Temptations Reloaded” concert in Muscat, performing to an audience of over 18,000.[153] She performed with Akon at the closing ceremony of the 2009 Indian Premier League at the Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg,[154] and joined Shah Rukh Khan, Deepika Padukone and Pitbull in Kolkata for the opening ceremony of the 2013 IPL season.[155] In 2016, she joined other Indian celebrities for the “Dream Team Tour”, where they performed in various American cities.[156]

Personal life

Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif pose together

Kaif and Ranbir Kapoor in 2015

Kaif’s personal life has been the subject of extensive media attention. She is reluctant to discuss her romantic life: “I have always believed that there is life before marriage and after marriage. Before marriage … you are termed a single woman and I choose to conduct that part of my life with absolute dignity and discretion”.[157] Although rumours of a relationship with Salman Khan first emerged in 2003,[22] it was not until after their 2010 breakup that Kaif spoke of it, calling it her first serious relationship.[158] They have remained friends, and the actress credits Khan with giving her confidence and guidance:[159][160][161]

The reported reason for their breakup was Kaif’s increasing closeness to Ranbir Kapoor during the filming of Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani.[162] Although this was denied by Kaif and Kapoor, the nature of their relationship was scrutinised by the media because they were thought to be involved with others at the time.[163][164] In August 2013, photographs of Kapoor and Kaif on holiday in Ibiza were leaked by Stardust; the media interpreted this as confirmation of an affair.[165] After the appearance of the photos, Kaif published an open letter to the media saying that she was “upset, distressed and invaded” by the breach of privacy.[166] She later acknowledged Kapoor as “an extremely important part of [her] life”.[167] In February 2016, the media reported that they had broken up.[168]

Kaif has a close relationship with her family, and the lack of a father figure in her life has given her a sense of responsibility towards them.[169] While Kaif’s mother is Christian and her father is Muslim, Kaif was brought up to practise all faiths and says she is a “firm believer in God”.[170][171] The Times of India reported in 2009 that she visits Siddhivinayak TempleMount Mary Church, and the Sufi shrine Ajmer Sharif Dargah before her films are released.[172]

In the media

A woman dressed in traditional Indian clothing is looking away from the camera. She has a red bindi between her eyebrows, a silver necklace and is wearing an embroidered red sari.

Kaif at an event for Nakshatra Jewellery, 2010

According to an India Today article, despite her dissimilarity to a conventional Bollywood heroine, Kaif “turned every adversity into opportunity and climbed the slippery pole of stardom”.[8] Although she is one of the most commercially successful actresses in contemporary Bollywood, she has received mixed reviews for her acting prowess.[173] Writing for Firstpost, Anuya Jakatdar wrote that Kaif needed to “take on role[s] that actually challenge her” instead of “coasting on her co-star’s box office appeal” and criticised her inclination towards glamorous roles.[174] Kaif’s dancing ability is better appreciated, with Meena Iyer of The Times of India calling her “one of Bollywood’s best dancers”.[175] Kaif’s Bollywood success has sparked an influx of foreign talent hoping to establish themselves in the industry.[8]

Kaif is cited in the media as one of India’s most beautiful celebrities, and has ranked highly in polls choosing the most attractive Indian celebrities. Kaif was named the “World’s Sexiest Woman” by FHM India five times from 2008 to 2013,[176][177] and appeared on Verves list of most powerful women in 2009 and 2010.[178][179] The UK magazine Eastern Eye called her the “Sexiest Asian Woman” from 2008 to 2010, and again in 2013.[180][181] Kaif was named The Times of Indias “Most Desirable Woman” in 2010, and was later ranked second from 2011 to 2013.[182][183] The Indian edition of People described her as “India’s Most Beautiful Woman” in 2011 and three years later she topped Maxim Indias “Hot 100” poll.[184][185]

Kaif is a celebrity spokesperson for a number of brands including SliceNakshatraLuxPanasonicLakmé and L’Oréal.[24][186][187] The Economic Times ranked Kaif India’s second most prominent endorser in 2012.[188] Hindustan Times reported in 2014 that she received ₹50 million (US$700,000) to ₹60 million (US$840,000) for each endorsement, making her one of India’s highest-paid celebrity endorsers.[189][190] In 2013, Kaif was ranked ninth on Forbes list of India’s best-known entertainers with an estimated annual income of ₹637.5 million (US$8.9 million).[191] In 2010 and 2011, Mattel released two sets of Barbie dolls inspired by Kaif.[192][193] In 2015, Kaif became the eighth Bollywood actor to have a wax figure installed at Madame Tussauds in London.[194] She is the first Bollywood star to be featured in Peruvian photographer Mario Testino’s Towel Series.

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كاترينا كيف
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كاترينا كيف (بالهندية: कत्रिना कैफ़) (بالإنجليزيةKatrina Kaif)‏ من مواليد (16 يوليو 1983بهونغ كونغ البريطانية، هي ممثلة وعارضة بريطانية-هندية، ظهرت في أفلام هندية، تيلوجوية، ومالايالامية. منذ عام 2003، بدأت بظهورها في العديد من الأفلام التجارية الناجحة، والتي جعلتها واحدة من أشهر الممثلات في بوليوود في الوقت الحالي.

في بداية حياتها

كاترينا كَيف ولدت في هونغ كونغ لأب كشميري مسلم هو محمد كايف، وأم مسيحية بريطانية، هي سوزان.، كاترينا كيف من خريجي جامعة هارفارد وكانت محامية حتى انخرطت بعد ذلك في الأعمال الخيرية. انفصل والدى كَيف عندما كانت صغيرة جداً. ولديها سبعة اشقاء. تربت في هاواي ومن ثم انتقلت للعيش مع والدتها في إنجلترا. في سن الرابعة عشر التحقت بالعمل كعارضة؛ وظيفتها الأولى كانت للإعلان عن شركة للمجوهرات. ثم واصلت العمل كعارضة في لندن.


عملت كيف في لندن كعارضة أدى إلى اكتشافها من قبل المخرج كايزاد جوستاد، الذي قدم لها دوراً في فيلمه بووم (2003). وانتقلت إلى مومباي وقدمت العديد من العروض هناك. وتردد السينمائيين في البداية التوقيع معها لأنها لا تستطيع تحدث الهندية.[2]

كَيف شهدت نجاحاً مع ابهيشيك باتشان في فيلم ساركار عام 2005 حيث كانت تلعب دور صغير كصديقته. ومن انطلاقاتها، ماين بيار كيون كيا (2005)، حيث تم جمعها مع سلمان خان، وفيه حصلت على جائزة ستاردست لأحسن أداء في الممثلات الإناث.

ظهرت كاترينا عام 2007 في فيلم ناماستي لندن، حيث تألقت كفتاة بريطانية بجوار أكشاي كومار للمرة الثانية بعد أن تراجع شباك التذاكر في هومكو ديوانا كار غاى. ومنذ ذلك الحين ظهرت في سلسلة من النجاحات في شباك التذاكر والتي تشمل أبني، الشريك، ومرحبا بكم.[3]

في عام 2008 قامت بلعب دورٍ سيءٍ في فيلم السباق لعباس موستان. لعبت دور سكرتيرة سيف علي خان التي كانت على علاقة غرامية سراً مع أخيه غير الشقيق والمعادي له ( لُعِب هذا الدور من قبل أكشاي خانا ). ثم ظهرت في قائمة شباك تذاكر أنيس بازمي لسينغ ايز كينج جنباً إلى جنب مع أكشاي كومار للمرة الرابعة. اُخر اعمال كَيف هذه السنة، سبهاش غايز يوفراج، والذي حقق فشلاً غير متوقع نقدياً وتجارياً.[4]

وظهورها الأول لعام 2009، كان في نيويورك، مع جون ابراهام حقق نجاحاً فنياً وتجارياً.[5] وقد تم تقدير أداء كيف من قبل الناقد تاران أدارش حيث كتب أن، “كاترينا تمنحك أكبر مفاجأة. وحيث أنها معروفة بأدوارها البراقة، أثبتت كاتريناأنه يمكنها أن تحقق الكثير إذا منحها المخرج والكاتب دوراً جوهرياً. فهي رائعة. في الواقع، سوف يرى الناس، كاترينا مختلفة هذه المرة.[6]



  • 2006: جائزة ستاردست لأحسن أداء نسبة إلى الممثلين (الإناث)، عن ماين بيار كيون كيا
  • 2008: جوائز زي سين، جائزة الممثل الهندي البريطاني
  • 2008: جوائز IIFA، جائزة المغنية الأكثر أناقة لهذا العام
  • 2008: جوائز سابسى لأفضل كوان، أفضل بطلة، عن سينغيز كينج
  • 2009 : جائزة راجيف غاندي
  • معلومات عن فيلم بانغ بانع | Bollywood | Arabic Amino

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Hrithik Roshan
A photograph of Hrithik Roshan smiling away from the camera

Roshan at an event for Rado in 2016
Born 10 January 1974 (age 46)

Alma mater Sydenham College (B.Com)
Occupation Actor
Years active 1980–present
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(m. 2000; div. 2014)
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Hrithik Roshan (English: /ˈrɪtɪk ˈrɒʃən/, born 10 January 1974) is an Indian actor who appears in Bollywood films. He has portrayed a variety of characters and is known for his dancing skills. One of the highest-paid actors in India, he has won many awards, including six Filmfares, four for Best Actor and one each for Best Debut and Best Actor (Critics). Starting in 2012, he appeared in Forbes India‘s Celebrity 100 based on his income and popularity.

Roshan has frequently collaborated with his father, Rakesh Roshan. He made brief appearances as a child actor in several films in the 1980s and later worked as an assistant director on four of his father’s films. His first leading role was in the box-office success Kaho Naa… Pyaar Hai (2000), for which he received several awards. Performances in the 2000 terrorism drama Fiza and the 2001 ensemble melodrama Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham… consolidated his reputation but were followed by several poorly received films.

The 2003 science fiction film Koi… Mil Gaya, for which Roshan won two Filmfare Awards, was a turning point in his career; he also appeared in its sequels: Krrish (2006) and Krrish 3 (2013). He earned praise for his portrayal of a thief in the 2006 adventure film Dhoom 2Mughal emperor Akbar in the 2008 historical romance Jodhaa Akbar and a quadriplegic in the 2010 drama Guzaarish. He played the lead in the 2011 drama Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, the 2012 revenge film Agneepath, the 2014 action comedy Bang Bang!, the 2019 biopic Super 30, and the 2019 action thriller War. The lattermost ranks as his highest-grossing release.

Roshan has also performed on stage and debuted on television with Just Dance (2011). As a judge on the latter, he became the highest-paid film star on Indian television. He is involved with a number of humanitarian causes, endorses several brands and products and has launched his own clothing line. Roshan was married for fourteen years to Sussanne Khan, with whom he has two children.

The actor is polydactyl having six fingers, basically a double thumb, in his right hand.[1]

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Early life and background

Roshan was born on 10 January 1974 in Bombay to a family prominent in Bollywood.[2] He is of Punjabi and Bengali descent on his paternal side. Hrithik’s paternal grandmother Ira was a Bengali.[3][4][5] His father, film director Rakesh Roshan, is the son of music director Roshanlal Nagrath; his mother, Pinky, is the daughter of producer and director J. Om Prakash. His uncle, Rajesh, is a music composer.[2] Roshan has an older sister, Sunaina, and was educated at the Bombay Scottish School.[6] Although Roshan practices Hinduism,[7] he says that “I’m not religious. I don’t visit temples. But I hope there is a superpower.”[8]

Hrithik Roshan photographed with his father, Rakesh Roshan.

Roshan pictured with father Rakesh at the Jagran Film Festival in 2014[9]

Roshan felt isolated as a child; he was born with an extra thumb fused to the one on his right hand, which led some of his peers to avoid him.[10] He has stammered since the age of six; this caused him problems at school, and he feigned injury and illness to avoid oral tests.[11] He was helped by daily speech therapy.[11][12]

Roshan’s grandfather, Prakash first brought him on-screen at the age of six in the film Aasha (1980); he danced in a song enacted by Jeetendra, for which Prakash paid him ₹100.[13][14] Roshan made uncredited appearances in various family film projects, including his father’s production Aap Ke Deewane (1980). In Prakash’s Aas Paas (1981), he appeared in the song “Shehar Main Charcha Hai”.[15] The actor’s only speaking role during this period came when he was 12; he was seen as Govinda, the title character’s adopted son, in Prakash’s Bhagwaan Dada (1986).[16][17] Roshan decided that he wanted to be a full-time actor, but his father insisted that he focus on his studies.[17] In his early 20s, he was diagnosed with scoliosis that would not allow him to dance or perform stunts. Initially devastated,[18][19] he eventually decided to become an actor anyway. Around a year after the diagnosis, he took a chance by jogging on a beach when he was caught in a downpour. There was no pain, and becoming more confident, he was able to increase his pace with no adverse effects. Roshan sees this day as “the turning point of [his] life.”[18]

Roshan attended Sydenham College, where he took part in dance and music festivals while studying, graduating in commerce.[2] Roshan assisted his father on four films—Khudgarz (1987), King Uncle (1993), Karan Arjun (1995) and Koyla (1997)—while also sweeping the floor and making tea for the crew.[2][20] After pack-up, Roshan would enact Shah Rukh Khan‘s scenes from Koyla and film himself to make a judgement about his performance as an actor.[21] While he assisted his father, he studied acting under Kishore Namit Kapoor.[22][23]

Film career

2000–2002: Debut, success and setback

Roshan was originally scheduled to make his screen debut as a lead actor opposite Preity Zinta in the cancelled film Shekhar Kapur‘s Tara Rum Pum Pum.[24] Instead, he starred in his father’s romantic drama Kaho Naa… Pyaar Hai (2000) opposite another debutante, Ameesha Patel. Roshan played dual roles: Rohit, an aspiring singer brutally killed after witnessing a murder, and Raj, an NRI who falls in love with Patel’s character.[25] To prepare, he trained with the actor Salman Khan to bulk up physically,[26] worked to improve his diction and took lessons in acting, singing, dancing, fencing and riding.[27] With global revenues of ₹620 million (US$8.7 million),[28] Kaho Naa… Pyaar Hai became the highest-grossing Indian film of 2000.[29] His performance was acclaimed by critics;[21][30] Suggu Kanchana on Rediff.com wrote, “[Roshan] is good. The ease and style with which he dances, emotes, fights, makes one forget this is his debut film … He seems to be the most promising among the recent lot of star sons we have been subjected to.”[25] For the role, Roshan received Best Male Debut and Best Actor Awards at the annual Filmfare AwardsIIFA Awards, and Zee Cine Awards.[31] He became the first actor to win both Filmfare Best Debut and Best Actor awards the same year.[32] The film established Roshan as a prominent actor in Bollywood.[33] The actor found life hard after his overnight success, particularly the demands on his time.[34]

In his second release, Khalid Mohammed‘s crime drama Fiza, Roshan played Amaan, an innocent Muslim boy who becomes a terrorist after the 1992–93 Bombay riots.[34] Roshan appeared in the film to expand his horizons as an actor.[35] Co-starring Karisma Kapoor and Jaya BachchanFiza was moderately successful at the box office,[36] and Roshan’s performance earned him a second nomination for Best Actor at the Filmfare ceremony.[37] Taran Adarsh of Bollywood Hungama praised him as the production’s prime asset, commending his “body language, his diction, his expressions, [and] his overall persona.”[38] Roshan next appeared in Vidhu Vinod Chopra‘s action drama Mission Kashmir (2000) alongside Sanjay Dutt, Preity Zinta, and Jackie Shroff. Set in the valley of Kashmir during the Indo-Pakistani conflicts, the film addressed the topics of terrorism and crime, and was a financial success.[29] Roshan was drawn to his complex role of a young man traumatised by the discovery that his adoptive father had been responsible for the death of his entire birth family.[35] In Adarsh’s opinion, Roshan “brightens up the screen with his magnetic presence. His body language, coupled with his expressions, is sure to win him plaudits.”[39]

A picture of Hrithik Roshan taken in 2001.

Roshan at an event for Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham… (2001)his biggest commercial success to that point[40]

In 2001, Roshan appeared in two films, the first of which was Subhash Ghai‘s Yaadein, a romantic drama which paired him with Kareena Kapoor and reunited him with Shroff. Although highly anticipated, Yaadein was reviled by critics; in The Hindu, Ziya Us Salam criticised the director for relying on Roshan’s commercial appeal.[41][42] Roshan next had a supporting role in Karan Johar‘s ensemble melodrama Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham… alongside Amitabh Bachchan, Jaya Bachchan, Shah Rukh Khan, Kajol and Kareena Kapoor. He was cast as Rohan Raichand—the younger son of Bachchan’s character who plots to reunite him with his adopted son (played by Khan)—after Johar had watched a rough cut of Kaho Naa… Pyaar Hai.[43] Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham… finished as India’s second highest-grossing film of the year,[44] and among the most successful Bollywood films in the overseas market, earning over ₹1 billion (US$14 million) worldwide.[45] Writing for Rediff.com, Anjum N described Roshan as “the surprise scene-stealer”, praising him for holding his own against the established actors.[46] Roshan received a nomination for the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor for his performance.[37]

In 2002 Vikram Bhatt‘s romance Aap Mujhe Achche Lagne Lage reunited him with Ameesha Patel but failed at the box office, as did Arjun Sablok’s romance Na Tum Jaano Na Hum (2002).[47] Roshan’s final role that year was in a Yash Raj Films production, the high-profile Mujhse Dosti Karoge! co-starring Rani Mukerji and Kareena Kapoor. The romantic drama was heavily promoted before its release and made money internationally, though not in India.[48][49] In another commercial failure, Sooraj R. Barjatya‘s Main Prem Ki Diwani Hoon, Roshan was cast alongside Kareena Kapoor for the fourth time, and Abhishek Bachchan. The press labelled Roshan a “one-trick pony” and suggested that the failure of these films would end his career.[41][50]

2003–2008: Revival and awards success

Roshan’s career began to revive with a starring role in Koi… Mil Gaya (2003).[21][51] The film, directed and produced by his father, centers on his character Rohit Mehra, a developmentally disabled young man, who comes in contact with an extraterrestrial being—a role that required him to lose nearly 8 kilograms (18 lb). Roshan recalls the experience of starring in the film fondly: “I could live my childhood [again]. I could eat as many chocolates as I wanted. I became a baby and everybody was so caring towards me.”[52] In the book Film SequelsCarolyn Jess-Cooke drew similarities between the character and Forrest Gump, portrayed by Tom Hanks in the titular film, but this idea was dismissed by Roshan.[52][53] Film critics were polarised on their view of the film—some of them negatively compared its storyline to the 1982 Hollywood release E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial—but were unanimous in their praise for Roshan.[18][54] In a 2010 retrospective of the Top 80 Iconic Performances of Bollywood, Filmfare noted “how flesh and blood Hrithik’s act is. Simply because he believes he is the part. Watch him laugh, cry or bond with his remote controlled alien friend and note his nuanced turn.”[55] A [Rediff.com] critic agreed that Roshan was “the turbojet that propels the film to the realm of the extraordinary.”[56] Koi… Mil Gaya was the most popular Bollywood film of the year, earning ₹800 million (US$11 million), and Roshan won both Filmfare Awards for Best Actor and Best Actor (Critics).[37][57]

“I am glad I have the intelligence to understand what is happening to me. If I allow myself to get affected by all this hype, I’ll stunt my growth as an actor and be damned for life. I know that I still have a long way to go before I can even aspire to equal the achievements of any of the superstars. I know I am good at my job, and I am sure I will be damn good one day but right now, I also know how bad I can be.”

—Roshan on his position as a popular Bollywood actor[8]

The following year, Roshan collaborated with Amitabh Bachchan and Preity Zinta on Farhan Akhtar‘s Lakshya (2004), a fictionalised coming-of-age story set against events from the 1999 Kargil War. He also featured in the item number “Main Aisa Kyun Hoon” (choreographed by Prabhu Deva) which proved popular with audiences.[58] The film earned Roshan Best Actor nominations at the Filmfare and Zee Cine ceremony.[37][59] Manish Gajjar of the BBC praised Roshan’s versatility and his transformation from a carefree youth to a determined and courageous soldier.[60]

Roshan was not seen on screen again until 2006, with three new releases, including a cameo at the end of the year in the romance I See You.[61] He co-starred with Naseeruddin Shah and Priyanka Chopra in his father’s superhero production Krrish. A follow-up to his family’s production Koi… Mil Gaya, it saw him play dual roles—the title superhero and his character from the original film. Before production, Roshan travelled to China to train with Tony Ching for the cable work that would be needed to make his character fly.[62] He sustained several injuries during production. For example, he tore the hamstring in his right leg and broke his thumb and toe.[63] Krrish became the second-highest-grossing Bollywood film of 2006 with a worldwide revenue of ₹1.17 billion (US$16 million).[64] It garnered him Best Actor awards at the 2007 Screen and the International Indian Film Academy Awards.[37] Ronnie Scheib of Variety considered Roshan a prime asset of the film, noting that he “pulls off the pic’s wilder absurdities with considerable panache.”[65]

For his role as an enigmatic master thief in Dhoom 2 (2006)—an action sequel co-starring Aishwarya RaiBipasha Basu and Abhishek Bachchan—Roshan won his third Filmfare Award for Best Actor.[37] The film critic Rajeev Masand called him “the heart, the soul, and the spirit of the film”, and praised his stunts, concluding that he “holds the film together and even manages to take your attention away from its many flaws.”[66] Bored by playing the “good guy”, Roshan was excited to play a villain for the first time.[62] At the request of the film’s producer Aditya Chopra, Roshan lost 12 pounds (5.4 kg) for the role,[67] and learned skateboarding, snow boarding, rollerblading and sand surfing.[68][69] With earnings of ₹1.5 billion (US$21 million), Dhoom 2 became the highest-grossing Indian film of all time, a distinction it held for two years.[70] In the 2007 melodrama Om Shanti Om, he made a cameo alongside several Bollywood stars.[61]

In 2008, Roshan was cast in Ashutosh Gowariker‘s Jodhaa Akbar, a partly fictionalised account of a marriage of convenience between the Mughal emperor Jalaluddin Muhammad Akbar (played by Roshan) and the Rajput princess Jodha Bai (played by Rai). Gowariker believed Roshan possessed the regal bearing and physique required to play the role of a king.[71] For the role, Roshan learned sword-fighting and horse-riding, and also took Urdu lessons.[72][73] Jodhaa Akbar earned ₹1.12 billion (US$16 million) worldwide.[70] Roshan’s performance earned him his fourth Filmfare Best Actor Award as well as his first international award –”Best Actor” at the Golden Minbar International Film Festival in Kazan, Russia.[37][74] Critics were generally appreciative of Roshan’s performance.[18] Raja Sen of Rediff.com thought that Roshan “proves a very good Akbar. There are times when his inflection seems too modern, but the actor gives the performance his all, slipping into the skin of the character and staying there.”[75] Roshan ended 2008 with an appearance in the popular item number “Krazzy 4” from the film of same name.[76]

2009–2012: Critical acclaim

Following a small role in Zoya Akhtar‘s Luck by Chance in 2009, Roshan starred in and recorded “Kites in the Sky” for the multi-national romantic thriller Kites (2010).[77] In the film, produced by his father, he played a man running a green card scam in Las Vegas in which he has married 11 different women in exchange for money. Kites opened on a record-breaking 3000 screens, and became the first Bollywood film to break into the North American top 10.[78] However, the film eventually underperformed at India’s box office and received negative reviews from critics.[79] The website Box Office India attributed this failure to its multilingual dialogues.[80] In a review for Rediff.com, Matthew Schneeberger thought that Roshan “overacts. A lot. In Kites, he nails a few scenes, but bungles many more, particularly the film’s catastrophically bad ending.”[81]

Hrithik Roshan and Aishwarya Rai are looking away from the camera.

Roshan with co-star Aishwarya Rai promoting Guzaarish. A popular on-screen couple, they also starred together in Dhoom 2 and Jodhaa Akbar.[82]

Roshan then collaborated with director Sanjay Leela Bhansali on the drama Guzaarish (2010) in which he had the role of Ethan Mascarenhas, a former magician suffering from quadriplegia, who after years of struggle, files an appeal for euthanasia. Roshan had reservations about the role but agreed to the project after reading the film’s story.[83] To understand his role better, he interacted with paraplegic patients.[14] In his own words, “I used to spend six hours with the patients, initially once a week and then once a month. I used to go to understand what they go through, what they think, what their needs are. They have taught me a lot of things.”[84] He also trained with a Ukrainian magician to perform the film’s magic stunts, and put on weight to look the part.[85][86] The film failed at the box office, though it and Roshan’s performance were positively received by critics.[18][79] A writer for Zee News praised the chemistry between Roshan and Rai, adding that they “break the Bollywood mould of stereotypes.”[87] Roshan received the Zee Cine Award for Best Actor (Critics) and nominations for Filmfare, IIFA and Zee Cine Award for Best Actor.[37]

In 2011, Roshan appeared in Zoya Akhtar’s ensemble comedy-drama Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara alongside Abhay Deol and Farhan Akhtar as three friends who embark on a bachelor trip where they overcome their insecurities. Zoya cast Roshan in the role of an uptight workaholic as she considers him her favourite actor.[88] For the film’s soundtrack, Roshan recorded the song “Señorita” with his co-stars and María del Mar Fernández.[77] Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara was released to positive reviews and Roshan’s performance was praised.[89] Rajeev Masand wrote, “Hrithik Roshan once again brings real depth to his character with a spectacular performance. He’s shy and restrained, then lets go with such fantastic intensity that you make the inward journey with his character.”[90] The film grossed ₹1.53 billion (US$21 million) worldwide and became Roshan’s first commercial success in three years.[70] He was nominated for another Filmfare Award for Best Actor for his performance.[91] Later that year, he made a special appearance in Farhan’s Don 2.[92]

Roshan’s only screen appearance in 2012 was in Karan Malhotra‘s Agneepath, a retelling of the 1990 film of the same name. Cast alongside Rishi Kapoor, Sanjay Dutt and Priyanka Chopra, Roshan reinterpreted the character Vijay Deenanath Chauhan (originally played by Amitabh Bachchan), a common man who seeks revenge against an unscrupulous man for framing and murdering his father. Roshan was initially sceptical of taking up a role earlier played by Bachchan, and thought hard before accepting.[93] He did not watch the original film for inspiration as he found his role to be completely different.[94] In one of several accidents to happen during production, Roshan suffered a painful back injury. He deemed Agneepath “the hardest [project] I’ve ever worked in my life” owing to the exhaustion he felt while filming.[95] The film broke Bollywood’s highest opening-day earnings record, and had a worldwide gross of ₹1.93 billion (US$27 million).[96][97] A Firstpost reviewer thought Roshan “breathes fire and soul into Agneepath“.[98] The actor was rewarded with another Filmfare nomination and a third consecutive Stardust Award for Best Actor in a Drama, having won previously for Guzaarish and Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara.[99][100]

2013–present: Krrish 3 and beyond

Roshan appeared in the third instalment of the Krrish film seriesKrrish 3 (2013) which also starred Priyanka Chopra, Vivek Oberoi and Kangana Ranaut. During production, Roshan was injured when he fell down, which resulted in back pain.[101][102] Critics thought that the film was entertaining but lacking in originality, though Roshan’s performance garnered praise.[103] The editor Komal Nahta lauded Roshan for playing three different characters in the film, and the actor received his eleventh Filmfare nomination for Best Actor.[104][105] Krrish 3 grossed ₹2.91 billion (US$41 million) worldwide, becoming one of the highest-grossing Indian films of all time.[106]

Hrithik Roshan is looking towards the camera.

Roshan at a promotional event for Mohenjo Daro in 2016

Roshan received a fourth consecutive Filmfare nomination for his performance in the 2014 action comedy Bang Bang!, a remake of the 2010 Hollywood release Knight and Day and one of the most expensive Bollywood films.[107][108][109] Playing the role of an eccentric secret agent who plots to track down a terrorist, Roshan became the first actor to perform a flyboarding stunt in film.[110] While filming in Thailand, Roshan suffered a head injury from a stunt accident and underwent brain surgery to relieve a chronic subdural hematoma.[111][112] The critic Mohar Basu noted that Roshan was “pitch perfect” and “breez[ed] through his part brilliantly.”[113] The film earned ₹3.4 billion (US$48 million) in global ticket sales, making it among the highest-grossing Indian films.[114]

For playing the role of a farmer in 2016 BC who travels to Mohenjo-daro in Ashutosh Gowariker’s Mohenjo Daro (2016), Roshan was paid ₹500 million (US$7.0 million), a record-breaking remuneration for an Indian actor.[115] He underwent a three-month training to achieve the “lithe” and “agile” physique required for his role.[116] Despite being a highly anticipated release, it failed commercially, and critics were generally unenthusiastic.[117] Dismissing the film as an “unintentional comedy”, Anupama Chopra wrote that Roshan “pours his soul into every scene. But the burden of carrying this leaden, cartoon-like narrative proves too much even for his Herculean shoulders.”[118] Roshan was next seen alongside Yami Gautam in Sanjay Gupta‘s Kaabil (2017), a romantic thriller about a blind man who avenges the rape of his blind wife. To ensure authenticity in his portrayal, Roshan locked himself in a room for four days and avoided contact with people.[119] Reviews for the film were generally positive with particular praise for Roshan’s performance.[120] Meena Iyer of The Times of India found his performance to be his best to date,[121] and Shubhra Gupta on The Indian Express considered him “the only bright spot in this dispirited mess of a movie.”[122] The film accumulated ₹1.96 billion (US$27 million) worldwide.[123]

After two years of screen absence, Roshan’s career prospects improved in 2019.[124] He first starred in Vikas Bahl‘s biographical film Super 30, based on the mathematician Anand Kumar and his educational program Super 30. Roshan hired a trainer from Bhagalpur to learn Bihari accent.[125] The film was released to commercial success, but received mixed reviews.[126][127] While NDTV’s Saibal Chatterjee found Roshan miscast in his role,[128] Michael Gomes of Khaleej Times called it one of his best performances.[129] Roshan next starred alongside Tiger Shroff in Yash Raj Films‘ (with which he previously collaborated in 2006 in Dhoom 2War, an action thriller which emerged as his highest-grossing release.[130][131] He will also appear in the fourth instalment of the Krrish series — superhero film Krrish 4 expected to release in Christmas 2020.[132]

Other work

Roshan has performed on stage, appeared on television, and launched a clothing line. His first tour (Heartthrobs: Live in Concert (2002) with Kareena Kapoor, Karisma Kapoor, Arjun Rampal and Aftab Shivdasani) was successful in the United States and Canada.[133][134] At the end of that year, he danced on stage with Amitabh Bachchan, Sanjay Dutt, Kareena Kapoor, Rani Mukerji and Shah Rukh Khan at Kings Park Stadium in Durban, South Africa in the show Now or Never.[135] In 2011, Roshan served as a judge alongside Farah Khan and Vaibhavi Merchant for the dance competition reality show, Just Dance. He became the highest-paid film star on Indian television after he was paid ₹20 million (US$280,000) per episode. The show ran from June to October 2011.[136] In November 2013, Roshan launched his clothing line, the casual wear brand HRx.[137]

Hrithik Roshan is looking toward the camera.

Roshan at the launch of Provogue Spring Summer Catalogue in 2011

Roshan is vocal about his childhood stammer.[138] He actively supports the Dilkhush Special School for mentally challenged children in Mumbai.[139] In 2008, he donated ₹2 million (US$28,000) to the Nanavati Hospital for the treatment of stammering children.[12] Roshan set up a charity foundation in 2009 that aims to work for handicapped people.[140] He donates roughly ₹700,000 (US$9,800) for charity every month,[141] and believes that people should publicise their philanthropic work to set an example for others.[139] In 2013, he took part in a festivity at Ghatkopar, whose proceeds went to an NGO supporting tribal girls suffering from malnutrition and starvation.[142] Also that year, he donated ₹2.5 million (US$35,000) to help the victims of the 2013 North India floods.[143]

Alongside other Bollywood stars, Roshan played a football match for charity organised by Aamir Khan‘s daughter, Ira, in 2014.[144] The following year, he appeared with Sonam Kapoor in the music video for “Dheere Dheere“, whose profits were donated to charity.[145] Later that year, Roshan became the Indian brand ambassador for UNICEF and the Global Goals campaign’s World’s Largest Lesson that aims to educate children in over 100 countries about the Sustainable Development Goals.[146] In 2016, Roshan and other Bollywood actors made donations for building homes for families affected by the 2015 South Indian floods.[147]

Following his debut film, Roshan signed on for endorsement deals with Coca-Cola, Tamarind and Hero Honda, all for three years and for at least ₹30 million (US$420,000).[41] As of 2010, he is celebrity endorser for such brands and products as Provogue, Parle Hide and Seek, Reliance Communications and Hero Honda and recently roshan has completed six years with Rado.[148][149]The Times of India reported that Roshan received ₹12 million (US$170,000) to ₹15 million (US$210,000) for each endorsement, making him one of the highest-paid male celebrity endorsers.[150] In 2016, Duff & Phelps estimated his brand value to be US$34.1 million, the eighth highest of Indian celebrities.[151] In 2017, Roshan was signed as the brand ambassador of a Health and wellness startup Cure.fit and is touted as one of the largest endorsement deal signed by an Indian startup.[152]

Personal life

Hrithik Roshan with his wife, Sussanne Khan.

Roshan and Sussanne Khan (pictured in 2012) were married for fourteen years

On 20 December 2000, Roshan married Sussanne Khan in a private ceremony in Bangalore.[153] Despite their religious difference—Roshan is a Hindu and Khan is a Muslim—Roshan says that he equally valued her beliefs.[7] The couple has two sons, Hrehaan (born in 2006) and Hridhaan (born in 2008).[154][155] They separated in December 2013 and their divorce was finalised in November 2014.[153]

Roshan and Sussanne maintained that they parted amicably.[156] In 2016, he filed a lawsuit against his Krrish 3 co-star Kangana Ranaut, accusing her of cyber stalking and harassment.[157] Denying the charges, Ranaut filed a counter-charge against Roshan, claiming that his lawsuit was an attempt to cover up their affair.[158] Owing to a lack of evidence, the Mumbai Police closed the case later that year.[159]

Roshan considered quitting the film industry after two assailants fired bullets at his father in 2000.[27] Later that December, he was involved in a controversy when Nepalese newspapers accused him of stating in a Star Plus interview that he hated Nepal and its people. This led to protests in the country, a ban on screening of his films, and four people’s deaths after street violence.[160] Nepalese people threatened to “bury [him] alive” if he ever visited the country.[161] Star Plus, for its part, stated that Roshan “did not touch upon Nepal.” The violence calmed down after Roshan wrote a two-page rejoinder in which he denied having made any claim against the country. Nepali actress Manisha Koirala helped distribute it to newspapers and a local television station.[162]

Artistry and media image

As the son of the filmmaker Rakesh, Roshan faced the media spotlight from a young age.[22] Discussing nepotism in Bollywood, Shama Rana views him as one of several actors who managed film careers with the help of family relations in the industry.[163] On the other hand, Roshan is acknowledged in the media as one of the most talented Indian actors of his generation, for his devotion to his work and for his ability to commit heavily to each role.[14][164] He insists on learning any necessary skills and performing stunts himself,[165][166] and is particularly known for his professionalism.[167] The director Ashutosh Gowariker praised Roshan when he continued filming Mohenjo Daro despite several injuries and being in a troubled state of mind.[168] Zoya Akhtar, who considers Roshan her favourite actor, and directed him in Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, remarks on his ability to display a range of emotions on screen.[18][88]

Hrithik Roshan is pictured with his wax sculpture at the Madame Tussauds museum.

Roshan with his wax sculpture at Madame Tussauds. The media cites his eyes, figure and height as his distinctive physical features.[169]

Roshan intentionally takes on diverse parts in an attempt to not be typecast.[18][35] He looks at the scripts as a platform to inspire with the strength and courage of his characters and to make his audiences smile.[18] Roshan was noted by critics for his versatility in portraying a variety of characters in Koi… Mil Gaya (2003), Lakshya (2004), Jodhaa Akbar (2008), and Guzaarish (2010).[18][169] Box Office India ranked him first on its top actors listing in 2000 and later included him in 2003, 2004, 2006 and 2007.[170] Roshan topped Rediff.com’s list of best Bollywood actors in 2003,[21] and was ranked fourth in 2006.[171] Filmfare magazine included two of his performances—from Koi… Mil Gaya and Lakshya—on its 2010 list of 80 Iconic Performances.[55][172] In March 2011, Roshan placed fourth on Rediff.com’s list of Top 10 Actors of 2000–2010.[173] Roshan’s dancing ability has also drawn praise from the media, an opinion he disagrees with.[18][174] The Los Angeles Times finds him to be “a sensational dancer” who “has the dashing, chiseled looks of a silent movie matinee idol.”[175] Some critics also believe that he is only able to dance and act in his father’s films.[176] His inclination towards “glamorous, albeit empty parts”, which conform to character stereotypes, has been criticised.[177]

Roshan is among Bollywood’s highest-paid actors.[115] Discussing his success ratio at the box office in a 2014 article, Daily News and Analysis credited him as “the most bankable star” in Bollywood.[178] One of the most high-profile Indian celebrities, he was named the second most powerful Indian film star by Forbes in 2001.[179] He ranked fourth in Filmfare Power List in 2007.[180] In a 2009 poll conducted by Daily News and Analysis Roshan was voted one of India’s most popular icons.[181] At the 2009 FICCI-IIFA Awards, Roshan was one of the ten recipients of the most powerful Bollywood entertainers of the 2000s.[182] From 2012–2018, Roshan was placed on Forbes India‘s Celebrity 100—a list based on the income and popularity of Indian celebrities—peaking at ninth position in 2014 with an annual income of ₹850 million (US$12 million).[183][184]

Roshan has established himself as a sex symbol and a style icon in India.[185][186] In 2006, Roshan was one of the four Bollywood actors, along with Priyanka Chopra, Kajol and Shah Rukh Khan, whose miniature dolls were launched in the United Kingdom, under the name of “Bollywood Legends”.[187] He topped The Times of India‘s listing of 50 Most Desirable Men in 2010 and ranked among the top five for the next five years.[188] In 2010 and 2012, the Indian edition of GQ included him in their listing of Bollywood’s best dressed men.[189][190] A life-size, wax figure of him was installed at London’s Madame Tussauds museum in January 2011, making him the fifth Indian actor to have been replicated as a wax statue there.[191] Versions of the statue were installed at Madame Tussauds’ museums in New York, Washington and other cities in the world.[192] Roshan regularly features in the magazine Eastern Eye‘s listing of the 50 Sexiest Asian Men. He topped the list in 2011, 2012 and 2014, and featured among the top five in 2010, 2013 and 2015 to 2018.[193]

Bang Bang' a very difficult film for me: Katrina Kaif

هريثيك روشان
(بالإنجليزيةHrithik Roshan)‏  تعديل قيمة خاصية (P1559) في ويكي بيانات
Hrithik at Rado launch.jpg

معلومات شخصية
الميلاد 10 يناير 1974 (46 سنة)[1]  تعديل قيمة خاصية (P569) في ويكي بيانات
مومباي  تعديل قيمة خاصية (P19) في ويكي بيانات
الإقامة مومباي  تعديل قيمة خاصية (P551) في ويكي بيانات
مواطنة Flag of India.svg الهند  تعديل قيمة خاصية (P27) في ويكي بيانات
الزوجة سوزان خان (2000–2014)[2]  تعديل قيمة خاصية (P26) في ويكي بيانات
الأب راكيش روشان  تعديل قيمة خاصية (P22) في ويكي بيانات
الحياة العملية
المهنة ممثل أفلام[3]،  وراقص  تعديل قيمة خاصية (P106) في ويكي بيانات
اللغات الهندية  تعديل قيمة خاصية (P1412) في ويكي بيانات
IMDB صفحته على IMDB  تعديل قيمة خاصية (P345) في ويكي بيانات

هريثيك روشان يُنطق ريتيك روشان، (بالهندية: ऋतिक रोशन) (ولد في 10 يناير 1974 في مومباي) هو ممثل أفلام بوليودي وراقص ومنتج وشخصية تلفزيونية ورجل أعمال هندي شهير. يعد واحدًا من أغنى وأغلى الممثلين أجرا في الهند.

ولد هريثيك روشان لأسرة هندوسية ينحدر سائر أفرادها من عائلة فنية، فهو ابن الفنان راكيش روشان صاحب إحدى أكبر شركات الإنتاج السينيمائي بشراكة مع والدته بينكي روشان.[4][5][6]

بدأ روشان مشواره الفني منذ صغره من خلال مشاركة والده بشكل متكرر في العديد من الأفلام الهندية إبان الثمانينيات، عمل بعدها كمساعد مخرج في أربعة من أفلام والده. قبل أن يصنع لنفسه طريقا نحو النجومية من خلال أول دور رائد له في شباك التذاكر الهندي بواسطة الفيلم الرومنسي كاهو نا بيار هاي عام 2000، وهو الفيلم الذي خول له الحصول على العديد من الجوائز الوطنية مما عبد طريقه نحو الشهرة، توالت انجازاته من خلال الفيلم فيزا (مسلسل) والذي حقق به نجاحًا نقديا قبل أن يعزز مكانته عالميا من خلال الفيلم الميلودرامي الناجح نقديا وتجاريا حيانا السعادة وأحيانا الحزن في عام 2001 رفقة عدد من عمالقة السينما الهندية أمثال أميتاب باتشان، جايا باتشان، شاه روخ خان، كاجول، كارينا كابور وراني مخرجي بالإضافة للمخرج والمنتج كاران جوهر.

وبالرغم من فشل عدد من أفلامه. استطاع روشان العودة من جديد أكثر قوة بواسطة فيلم الخيال العلمي كوي… ميل غايا عام 2003، والذي فاز فيه روشان بجائزتي فيلمفير، مما شكل نقطة تحول في حياته المهنية؛ أعقبها تصويره لأجزاء السلسة كريش عام 2006 وكريش 3 عام 2013.

حاز روشان على إشادة النقاد برفقة النجمة آيشواريا راي لتجسيده عدة أدوار مركبة أبرزها دور اللص في الجزء الثاني من فيلم الإثارة دووم 2 عام 2006، والفيلم التاريخي الرومانسي جودا أكبر عن إمبراطور المغول جلال الدين أكبر عام 2008 ثم تجسيده لشخصية مصاب بالشلل الرباعي في دراما غوزاريش عام 2010

لعب روشان دور الريادة في دراما زنداقي نا ملغي دبارة عام 2011، الفيلم الانتقامي طريق النار عام 2012، والكوميديا المثيرة بانغ بانغ عام 2014، التي صنفت أفضل إصدار له،

في عام 2011 ظهر روشان لأول مرة على شاشة التلفزيون في البرنامج الاستعراضي Just Dance، قبل أن يصبح أحد حكام لجنة التحكيم البرنامج، ليصبح بذلك النجم الأعلى أجرًا على التلفزيون الهندي.

فاز روشان خلال مشواره المستمر بالعديد من الجوائز ما يقارب 164 جائزة و600 ترشيحا، أبرزها ستة جوائز فيلم فير، سبع جوائز الشاشة الهندية، وتسعة جوائز الأكاديمية الدولية للفيلم الهندي، ستة جوائز زي سيني، ستة جوائز أفلام بوليوود وغيرها.

شارك روشان في عدد من الملتقيات الخيرية، عمل روشان مع عدد من العلامات التجارية والمنتجات قبل أن يطلق خط ملابس خاص به.

ابتداءً من عام 2012، وبناءً على دخله وشعبيته ظهر روشان في قائمة فوربس لأقوى المشاهير 100 التابعة لمجلة فوربس الهند.

حياته الشخصية

  • ولد روشان بعيب خلقي في إبهام يده اليمنى بحيث يتوفر على ابهامين، روبالرغم من نجوميته إلا أنه رفض اجراء عملية جراحية له.[7][8]
  • تزوج هريثيك روشان في 20 ديسمبر 2000 من مصممة الديكور سوزان خان، ابنة الممثل (سانجاي خان) وأخت الممثل زايد خان ورزقى بولدين هما هريدهان المولود في 28 مارس 2006 وهريحان المولود في 1 ماي 2008. قبل أن ينفصلا سنة 2014 بعد أكثر من 14 سنة من الزواج[9][10][11]
  • في سنة 2016، صنف الممثل هريثيك روشان في المركز الثالث للقب أكثر الرجال وسامة في العالم ضمن تصويت أجراه موقع “worldstopmost”، متفوقا على الممثل جوني الديب الذي حصد المركز الرابع،[12] في سنة 2018 وضمن تصويت أجراه نفس الموقع، حاز هريثيك روشان على المركز الأول للقب أوسم رجل في العالم.[13][14]


Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
Title Year Role Director(s) Notes Ref.
Aasha 1980 Unnamed J. Om Prakash Uncredited appearance in song “Jaane Hum Sadak Ke Logon” [15]
Aap Ke Deewane 1980 Young Rahim Surendra Mohan Uncredited appearance [16]
Aas Paas 1981 Unnamed J. Om Prakash Uncredited appearance in song “Shehar Main Charchi Hai”
Aasra Pyaar Da 1983 Unknown J. Om Prakash Punjabi film
Uncredited appearance
Bhagwaan Dada 1986 Govinda J. Om Prakash [17]
Khudgarz 1987 راكيش روشان  [لغات أخرى] Assistant director [16]
الملك العم 1993 راكيش روشان  [لغات أخرى] Assistant director [16]
كاران ارجون 1995 راكيش روشان  [لغات أخرى] Assistant director [18]
كويلا 1997 راكيش روشان  [لغات أخرى] Assistant director [18]
Kaho Naa… Pyaar Hai 2000 Rohit/Raj Chopra[I] راكيش روشان  [لغات أخرى] جائزة فيلم فير لأفضل ممثل
Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut
فيزا 2000 Amaan Ikramullah خالد محمد Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [20]
مهمة كشمير 2000 Altaaf Khan فيدو فينود تشوبرا [22]
Yaadein 2001 Ronit Malhotra سوباش جاي [23]
أحيانا السعادة وأحيانا الحزن 2001 Rohan Raichand كاران جوهر Nominated—جوائز فيلم فير لأفضل ممثل مساعد  [لغات أخرى] [24]
Aap Mujhe Achche Lagne Lage 2002 Rohit فيكرام بهات [26]
Na Tum Jaano Na Hum 2002 Rahul Sharma Arjun Sablok [27]
Mujhse Dosti Karoge! 2002 Raj Khanna Kunal Kohli [28]
Main Prem Ki Diwani Hoon 2003 Prem Kishen Mathur Sooraj R. Barjatya [29]
كوي… ميل غايا 2003 Rohit Mehra راكيش روشان  [لغات أخرى] Filmfare Award for Best Actor
جائزة نقاد فيلم فير لأفضل ممثل [الإنجليزية]
Lakshya 2004 Karan Shergill فرحان أختر Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [31]
كريش 2006 Krishna Mehra / Krrish & Rohit Mehra[I] راكيش روشان  [لغات أخرى] Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [33]
دووم 2 2006 Aryan/Mr.A Sanjay Gadhvi Filmfare Award for Best Actor [35]
I See You 2006 Unknown فيفيك اغراوال Special appearance in song “Subah Subah” [36]
أوم شانتي أوم 2007 Himself فرح خان Special appearance [37]
جودا أكبر 2008 جلال الدين أكبر أشوتوش جواريكر Filmfare Award for Best Actor [38]
Krazzy 4 2008 Unknown Jaideep Sen Special appearance in song “Krazzy 4” [39]
حظ بالصدفة 2009 Ali Zaffar Khan زويا أختر [40]
كايتس 2010 Jai Singhania أنوراغ باسو Also playback singer for song “Kites in the Sky” [41]
غوزاريش 2010 Ethan Mascarenhas سانجاي ليلا بهنسالي Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [42]
زنداقي نا ملغي دبارة 2011 Arjun Saluja زويا أختر Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [45]
دون 2 2011 Don فرحان أختر Special appearance [48]
طريق النار 2012 Vijay Deenanath Chauhan Karan Malhotra Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [49]
Main Krishna Hoon 2013 Himself Rajiv S. Ruia Cameo appearance [51]
كريش 3 2013 Krishna Mehra / Krrish & Rohit Mehra[I] راكيش روشان  [لغات أخرى] Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [52]
بانغ بانغ 2014 Rajveer Nanda/Jai Nanda سيدهارث أناند Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [54]
Hey Bro 2015 Himself Ajay Chandhok Special appearance in song “Birju” [56]
Mohenjo Daro 2016 Sarman أشوتوش جواريكر [57]
كابيل 2017 Rohan Bhatnagar سنجاي غوبتا Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [58]
Hrudayantar 2017 Himself Vikram Phadnis سينما ماراثية
Cameo appearance
سوبر 30  [لغات أخرى] 2019 أناند كومار فيكاس باهل Also playback singer for song “Question Mark” [60]
War 2019 Kabir Luthra سيدهارث أناند [61]

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بانغ بانغ (فيلم هندي)

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1-خلال 13 ساعة فقط من إصدار اعلان الفيلم على الإنترنت. فقد سجل رقما قياسيا جديدا

2-كان الاسم الاول للفيلم “Bang Bang Reloaded”

3-كان “بانج بانج” هو فيلم بوليوود الذي أعاد إنتاج فيلم هوليوود “نايت أند داي”

4-كان على مجموعات بانغ بانغ أن توقف التصوير لفترة لانه هريثيك روشان واجه إصابة شديدة في رأسه. وبسبب هذه الإصابة ، اضطر هريثيك إلى الخضوع لعملية جراحية وكان بعيداً عن التصوير لبعض الوقت.

5-تم تصوير سلسلة محددة من الفيلم في بانكوك

6- وكان القارب الذي كانوا يسافرون إليه قد أصيب فجأة بعاصفة. وذكر التقرير كذلك أنه في وسط المحيط ، تلقى الفريق بأكمله تعليمات حول كيفية البقاء على قيد الحياة في البحر. في كابينة القارب ، كان كاترينا وهريثيك يجلسان جنباً إلى جنب مع أعضاء فريق التمثيل الآخرين.

وبس شكرًا أنشالله أعجبتكم المدونه :blush: :heart: :heart: :purple_heart: :purple_heart: :heartpulse: :heartpulse: :green_heart: :green_heart: 🧡🧡 :blue_heart: :blue_heart: :yellow_heart: :yellow_heart:

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بوستر الفيلم

الصنف الأكشن
تاريخ الصدور 2 أكتوبر 2014[1]  تعديل قيمة خاصية (P577) في ويكي بيانات
مدة العرض 156 دقيقة
البلد  الهند
اللغة الأصلية الهندية
مواقع التصوير التشيك،  واليونان،  وتايلاند[2]  تعديل قيمة خاصية (P915) في ويكي بيانات
المخرج سيدهارت أناند
الإنتاج فوكس ستار استوديو
(Fox Star Studios)
الكاتب سوجوي غوش
سوريش نير
Abbas Tyrewala  [لغات أخرى]
Sujoy Ghosh  [لغات أخرى]  تعديل قيمة خاصية (P58) في ويكي بيانات
البطولة هريتيك روشان
كاترينا كايف
داني دينزونغبا
جافيد جافري
موسيقى فيشال-شيخار
صناعة سينمائية
تصوير سينمائي سونيل باتيل
التركيب أكيف علي
إستوديو فوكس ستار استوديو
(Fox Star Studios)
توزيع فوكس ستار استوديو
(Fox Star Studios)
معلومات على …
allmovie.com v586152  تعديل قيمة خاصية (P1562) في ويكي بيانات
IMDb.com صفحة الفيلم
السينما.كوم 2033062  تعديل قيمة خاصية (P3135) في ويكي بيانات
FilmAffinity 145569  تعديل قيمة خاصية (P480) في ويكي بيانات

بانغ بانغ هو فيلم آكشن هندي للمخرج سيدهارت راج أناند. والفيلم من بطولة هريثيك روشن وكاترينا كيف. تم تصوير الفيلم في جميع أنحاء أوروبا والشرق الأقصى والهند، ويقال الميزة “سلاسل عمل مثيرِ مدهشةِ، والكيمياء مكثفة والحافة فإن من بين مقعد الإثارة”. بانغ بانغ تُنتَجُ من قبل شركة فوكس ستار ستوديوز، واحدة من إنتاج الأفلام الهندية الرائدة واستوديوهات التوزيع. وهو إعادة فيلم توم كروز وكاميرون دياز Knight and Day.

بانغ بانغ فيلم مشوق يحتوي على الإثارة و المغامرة حيث قام بتادية دور البطولة هريتيك روشان بدور راجيف و كاترينا كيف بدور هيلينا سيهاني وهو يتحدث عن هيلينا سهاني(كاترينا كيف) وحلمها السفر عبر أنحاء العالم تدور احداث الفيلم حول الماسة كوهينور التي يريدها زفر خان و انتقام راجيف لمقتل اخوه بيد زفر خان


……….كاترينا كايف as هرلين سهاني

،………داني دينزونغبا

……….جافيد جافري


هريثيك روشان سَيَستأنف التصوير لسيدهارث أناند Bang Bang بحلول منتصف نوفمبر. الجدول الثالث للفلمِ كان من المفترض الطُلوع للذهاب في الطوابق في (10 يوليو) لكن الخطة أصبحَت متأخرة بسبب عملية جراحية في الدماغ الشهر الماضي. أَصاب نفسه بينما يُؤدّي العمل المثيرَ للفيلمِ. وقال هريثيك في بيان أَتطلّعُ إلى إسْتِئْناف رحلتِي المُدهِشةِ بفريقِ الفلمِ مِنْ منتصف شهر نوفمبر
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