تعرفوا معنا على مسيرة النجم البوليوودي #رانديب_ هودا Randeep Hoda..وهو ممثل هندي ولد في روهتاك ، هاريانا عام 1976م..

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رانديب هود اRandeep Hoda

ممثل هندي ولد في روهتاك ، هاريانا عام 1976، والدته هيآشا هودا، وهي سياسية في حزب بهاراتيا جاناتا، والده يعمل في مجال الجراحة، درس في مدرسة موتيلال نهرو، ثم سافر إلى استراليا لعمل دراسات عليا في إدارة الموارد البشرية في ملبورن، يظهر في العديد من الأفلام باللغة الهندية، ومن أبرز أعماله، (Sultan) عام 2016، (Sarbjit) عام 2016، (Main Aur Charles) عام 2015، (Beeba Boys) عام 2015، (Kick) عام 2014، (Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai) عام 2010، (Heroine) عام 2012.

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رانديب هودا: عشت في بنغازي.. وأعشق فيلم «عمر المختار»

رانديب هودا: عشت في بنغازي.. وأعشق فيلم «عمر المختار»راديو الوسط

كشف نجم بوليود (السينما الهندية)، الفنان رانديب هودا، بعض ذكرياته في البلدان العربية، وأنه زار صحبة والديه العراق عندما كان يعمل والده طبيباً في منطقة أربيل الكردية.

وأضاف في تصريحات تلفزيونية أنه انتقل بعد ذلك مع والده إلى مدينة بنغازي الليبية، حيث عمل والده هناك أيضاً طبيباً، مشيراً إلى أنه زار بنغازي وليبيا أكثر من مرة.

كما كشف هودا أن أحد أفلامه المفضلة هو الفيلم العالمي «أسد الصحراء» من بطولة أنتوني كوين، الذي جسد من خلاله قصة حياة المناضل عمر المختار في محاربته المستعمر الإيطالي.

وأوضح رانديب أنه شاهد الفيلم أكثر من مرة عندما كان طفلاً، حيث كان منبهراً بانتصار أنتوني كوين على الإيطاليين وهو يمتطي الأحصنة المختلفة.

وفي هذا السياق، أكد النجم الهندي أنه يملك 46 حصاناً، حيث يعد النجم الوحيد في بوليود الذي يمارس رياضة الفروسية بشكل احترافي وحصل على عدد من الميداليات في المسابقات المحلية، كاشفاً أنه حظي بفرصة جيدة عندما زار أبو ظبي وامتطى حصاناً عربياً أصيلاً وشعر وكأنه عمر المختار.

وكشف رانديب طلب والدته له طوال الوقت بالزواج وأنها تريد رؤية أحفاده، وأضاف ضاحكاً: «أخبرتها بأني أستطيع أن أنجب أطفالاً، ولكن ماذا سأفعل بالزوجة».

وتتميز أدوار هودا بنقلها الواقع مثل فيمله الأخير «laal rang»، التي تعني «اللون الأخضر» ويدور في إطار كشفه التجارة غير الشرعية للدم، حيث يبيع أباطرة هذه التجارة نصف لتر الدم مقابل 5000 روبية، في حين يحصلون عليه من دماء الفقراء مقابل 500 روبية وعلبة بسكويت فقط، ويستولون هم على باقي الأموال.

وبخلاف هذا الفيلم يعمل رانديب على ثلاثة أفلام ستنطلق هذا العام، وعن ذلك يقول: «لا أحصل على أية إجازة، لأن العمل بالنسبة لي هو الإجازة، وعندما تحب ما تعمل، ستجد الوقت للقيام به، وأنا أحب ما أعمل».

Randeep Hooda

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Randeep Hooda
Randeep Hooda promote Old Spice.jpg

Hooda at a promotional event in 2016.
Born 20 August 1976 (age 43)[1]

RohtakHaryana, India
Nationality Indian
Years active 2001–present

Randeep Hooda (Hindiरणदीप हुड्डाpronounced [rɳd̪iːp huːɖaː]; born 20 August 1976) is an Indian actor and equestrian. Best known for his work in the Hindi film industry, he is the recipient of accolades such as two Stardust Awards and a nomination each for the Filmfare and the International Indian Film Academy Awards.

Born in RohtakHaryana in a Jat family , Hooda studied at the Motilal Nehru School of Sports, where he began acting in school productions. He later pursued a postgraduate degree in human resource management in Melbourne, Australia, and on his return to India began modelling and acting in theatre productions. He made his Hindi film debut with Mira Nair‘s Monsoon Wedding (2001). However, little recognition came his way and he went on to appear in a spate of critically and commercially unsuccessful projects including D (2005) and Karma Aur Holi (2009)

A turning point in his career came when Hooda starred in the commercially successful Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai (2010), and was subsequently noted for his performance in Saheb, Biwi Aur Gangster (2011), which earned him an IIFA Award for Best Supporting Actor nomination. His starring roles in thrillers Jannat 2 (2012) and Jism 2 (2012) sustained him success at the box-office as he continued to garner praise for his performances in such films as the road drama Highway (2014) and the biopics Rang Rasiya (2014) and Sarbjit (2016).

In addition to his film career, Hooda has acted in numerous stage plays and had made his debut as a playwright with an adaptation of Lee Blessing‘s A Walk in the Woods. He is also a professional equestrian who regularly participates in poloshow jumping and dressage events. He won a silver medal at an open dressage event in New Delhi that was organised by the Equestrian Federation of India.

Early life and background

Randeep Singh Hooda was born in a Hindu Jat family, on 20 August 1976. Randeep Hooda’s parents are Dr. Ranbir Hooda and Asha Devi Hooda. His father is a medical surgeon and his mother is a social worker.[1][2] He spent most of his childhood with his grandmother in their hometown as his parents travelled extensively, and resided in the Middle East for most part.[3] He has an elder sister, Anjali Hooda Sangwan, a medical (MBBS, MD) doctor trained in India and in the United States of America,[4][5][6] and a younger brother Sandeep Hooda, a Software Engineer working in Singapore.[7]

Hooda belongs to a Jat family.[8] He was educated at Motilal Nehru School of Sports (MNSS), a boarding school in Rai, Haryana,[7] where he participated in swimming and equestrian sports and won medals at the national level.[9] Hooda later developed an interest in theatre and participated in school productions, one of which he directed. In an interview with Rediff.com, he said he enjoyed appearing in front of people. However, his family wanted him to become a doctor and he was transferred to Delhi Public School, R. K. Puram in New Delhi.[9][10] Hooda described the transition from an environment in which he was popular to one in which he was unknown as “difficult”.[9]

After completing his schooling, Hooda moved to Melbourne, Australia, in 1995, where he studied for a bachelor’s degree in marketing and a master’s degree in business management and human resource management.[9] During that period, he worked in a Chinese restaurant, a car wash, as a waiter and for two years as a taxi driver.[11] In 2000, Hooda returned to India and worked in the marketing department of an airline. He subsequently started modelling and working in amateur theatre in Delhi.[12] While rehearsing for the play To Teach His Own, director Mira Nair approached Hooda to audition for a role in her upcoming film.[9][13]

Film career

2001–09: Debut and struggle

Hooda made his acting debut in Mira Nair’s film Monsoon Wedding (2001), playing a non-resident Indian from Australia. Although the film was a critical and commercial success, Hooda waited four years for a second project.[9][14] In the meantime, he worked in theatre and appeared in television commercials to support himself financially.[15] He also attended and assisted an imagination and improvisation workshop conducted by Naseeruddin Shah at the National School of Drama in New Delhi.[9]

In 2005, Hooda was cast as the male lead in Ram Gopal Varma‘s gangster film D.[16] His performance in the film received positive reviews; Taran Adarsh wrote, “D wouldn’t be what it is without Randeep. He changes his expressions like a chameleon changes colors and that’s where he scores.”[17] After D, Hooda appeared in a series of critically and commercially unsuccessful films including Darna Zaroori Hai (2006), Risk (2007), Ru Ba Ru (2008), and Love Khichdi (2009).[18][19]

2010–16: Breakthrough and critical acclaim

The year 2010 marked a significant turning point in Hooda’s career; he appeared in Milan Luthria‘s Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai, a period action drama depicting the rise of organised crime in Mumbai.[20] Co-starring alongside Ajay DevganEmraan HashmiKangana Ranaut and Prachi Desai, Hooda played a police officer in the film.[21] His performance in the film was variously appreciated by critics.[22][23] Sudish Kamath of The Hindu compared his screen presence to that of Amitabh Bachchan and wrote that despite his limited screen time, “[he] chews the scenery around him with […] his baritone firing away dialogue as if he were born to play this role.”[24] Film critic Komal Nahta described him as a “revelation” in his own right.[25] The film was a critical and commercial success, earning over ₹780 million (US$11 million) in India.[26] Hooda too attributed his subsequent success to the film saying that his professional prospects really changed after the role. He had been on sabbatical from acting prior to the role and noted that it, “brought me back in a big way. Now other directors and production houses look at me as an actor who can carry bigger parts and a longer screen presence.”[27]

Hooda in a grey suit posing for the camera.

Hooda at the Lions Gold Awards, 2012

The following year, Hooda featured in Tigmanshu Dhulia‘s romantic thriller Saheb, Biwi Aur Gangster with Jimmy Shergill and Mahie Gill. The film (and his portrayal of a gangster who falls in love with a married woman while working as her driver) earned rave reviews from critics. In an interview with Digital Spy, Hooda said “My inspiration for this character went back to my roots in Haryana, to the time I grew up and people I observed. My uncles were drivers and I thought of those times and people around me.”[27] Nikhat Kazmi of The Times of India called him “absolutely mesmerising”;[28] Garauv Malani wrote, “Randeep Hooda plays the best character of his career so far and gets immense scope to show his performance prowess. The passion, obsession, emotions and expressions he brings to his character is simply outstanding.”[29]

Hooda’s first film in 2012 was Kunal Deshmukh‘s crime thriller Jannat 2, a sequel to Jannat (2008). Jannat 2 received mixed reviews from critics and Hooda was praised for his performance. Taran Adarsh wrote, “the actor delivers yet another knockout performance. He dominates in several sequences, making you realize that if given an opportunity, the guy can steal the thunder from the best of actors.”[30] Sonia Chopra of Sify said, “Randeep Hooda is the best thing about the film.”[31] It was a commercial success and earned a domestic revenue of over ₹410 million (US$5.7 million).[32] Hooda’s next appearance was in Pooja Bhatt‘s erotic thriller Jism 2 opposite Sunny Leone. The film and Hooda’s performance received mixed reviews from critics. Lisa Tsering of The Hollywood Reporter said Hooda “smolders to the best of his ability in the role of a violent criminal”.[33] Rajeev Masand, who was less impressed by his performance, wrote, “The usually dependable Hooda, goes a little overboard with all the feeling; alternating clunkily between melancholic and hyper, Hooda constructs a wildly implausible character that inspires most of the unintended laughs in this film”.[34] Jism 2 was a moderate commercial success, earning ₹350 million (US$4.9 million) in India.[35]

Hooda’s final film of the year was Madhur Bhandarkar‘s drama Heroine, starring Kareena Kapoor, in which he played cricketer Angad Paul. Before the start of principal photographyArunoday Singh was chosen for the role but was dropped for unknown reasons.[36] Media reports began speculating about several actors (such as Ranbir KapoorImran Khan and Prateik Babbar),[37] although Bhandarkar later confirmed that he selected Hooda after seeing his performance in Saheb, Biwi Aur Gangster (2011). The film received mixed to negative reviews, but Hooda’s performance was appreciated by the critics.[38] Kanika Sikka of Daily News and Analysis wrote, “Randeep, as usual does justice to his role.”[39] The film was fared poorly at the domestic and international box office.[40]

Hooda and Alia Bhatt posing for the camera.

Alia Bhatt and Hooda at the first look launch of Highway

In 2013, Hooda starred opposite Aditi Rao Hydari and Sara Loren in Vishesh Bhatt’s Murder 3, an official remake of the 2011 Colombian thriller The Hidden Face.[41] The film and his portrayal of Vikram (a fashion and wildlife photographer) garnered mixed to negative feedback from critics. A review from Mint said that Hooda “is hundreds of shades below his ability to enact a character.”[42] The film earned a worldwide gross of ₹250 million (US$3.5 million) in ten days and was an average grosser.[43] Later that year, Hooda acted in Ketan Mehta‘s biographical period film Rang Rasiya, based on the life of the 19th-century Indian painter Raja Ravi Varma. Hooda also featured in the thriller John Day, alongside Naseeruddin Shah. He also appeared alongside Rani Mukerji and Saqib Saleem in a segment directed by Karan Johar for the anthology film Bombay Talkies. The film was made as a celebration of the 100th year of Indian cinema and was screened at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival.[44]

In 2014, Hooda appeared opposite Alia Bhatt in Imtiaz Ali‘s Highway. To get used to his character, who had a distant relationship with Bhatt’s character, he avoided speaking to her for about 25 days.[45] Parmita Uniyal for Hindustan Times praising Hooda’s “nuanced yet controlled” performance wrote that he lent, “authenticity to his character”.[46] He then starred in Sajid Nadiadwala‘s action film Kick, co-starring Salman Khan and Jacqueline Fernandez. The film emerged as one of Bollywood’s biggest blockbusters of 2014, with the total revenue of ₹4.2 billion (US$59 million).[47] Hooda’s last release for the year was the Emraan Hashmi and Kangana Ranaut starrer Ungli. The film focused on both a commercial failure and was panned by critics. Emphasizing on the fim’s potential Mid Day critic Shubha Shetty Saha said the film would have been “wonderful” had it not been for its “downright idiotic” dialogue.[48] In 2015, Hooda portrayed the serial killer Charles Sobhraj in Prawaal Raman‘s, Main Aur Charles. It was told from the perspective of Amod Kanth, the cop who handled his case and was also based on his 1986 jail escape. The film was released in India on 31 October 2015 to mostly positive response from critics.[49][50]

In 2016, Hooda starred in four films, the first one was the drama thriller Laal Rang, based around illegal blood selling.[51] The film was a box office failure and received a lukewarm response from critics. Hooda’s performance was highlighted as the only bright spot in the film.[52][53] Omung Kumar‘s biographical drama Sarbjit, was his next release, where he portrayed the role of Sarabjit Singh, who was captured by Pakistan and later sentenced to death by their Supreme Court for alleged terrorism. Hooda lost eighteen kg of weight in 28 days for the preparation of the role.[54] The film premiered at the 69th Cannes Film Festival,[55] and received mixed reactions from critics.[56] Anupama Chopra called Hooda “terrific”.[57] Sarbjit proved to be a box-office success.[58][59] Hooda’s next release was Deepak Tijori‘s Do Lafzon Ki Kahani alongside Kajal Aggarwal. A remake of the 2011 Korean film Always, the film was a critical and commercial failure.[60][61] His final release of 2016 was the sports drama Sultan, co-starring Salman Khan and Anushka Sharma, where he played the coach of Sultan. With earnings of over ₹5 billion (US$70 million) worldwide, it ranks among Indian cinema’s biggest grossers.[62]

2017–present: Struggle for film roles and move to online platforms[edit]

Hooda played a supporting role in the 2018 action film Baaghi 2 after a gap of two years. He was working on a film based on the Battle of Saragarhi, but the project was ultimately dropped after being stuck in development hell for over three years.[63]

Hooda made his Hollywood debut with the American action-thriller film Extraction (2020) starring along with Chris Hemsworth and Goldshifteh Farahani. The film was released on April 24, 2020. Netflix estimated the film will be watched by 90 million viewers in the first month of release.

Other works

Theatre

Hooda wearing a hat looking into the camera

Hooda at a Motley Theatre Group Meet

Hooda has been associated with theatre since the beginning of his acting career; he is an active member of Naseeruddin Shah’s Motley Theatre Troupe.[64][65] In an interview with Daily News and Analysis he said, “My first stint with theatre was in school, where I was asked to wear a lion mask and roar for several minutes. My parents came to see me with a lot of expectations and sadly, they couldn’t even recognise me on stage because of the mask.”[65] During his film career, Hooda has participated in theatrical productions. He said, “Juggling between the two [theatre and films] does get difficult, but I don’t see myself ever give up Theatre. It’s got a deeper connect with who I really am. So, if films give you the wings to fly, Theatre is a reality check, it keeps you grounded. Films can give you the satisfaction of feeling like a hero, but theatre gives you the real satisfaction of being an actor.”[66]

Hooda has appeared in Kali Shalwar Aur Kuchchh Kahaniyan (a play based on Saadat Hasan Manto‘s short stories), To Teach His Own, and Arms and The Man. He described the latter as a typical George Bernard Shaw play; “It is complete with elements to entertain an audience. It delves into true love, heroism and some confused relationships that are pretty baffling even in the current social structure.”[65] Hooda made his theatrical debut as a writer, adapting Lee Blessing‘s A Walk in the Woods into an Indian context. Ratna Pathak directed the play and Naseerudin Shah appeared in it.[67][68]

Equestrian sports

Hooda leaning on the fence of an Equestrian ground.

Hooda at the Raymond National and Junior National Equestrian Championship.[69]

“My taking to polo in a big way was only natural. Today, polo is not just restricted to the royalty and the Indian Army, many companies and firms to patronise the sport. […] Even if you do not get the chance to play, there is every chance of being able to watch the sport as an observer—which is almost as good as playing.”

—Randeep Hooda, in an interview with Deccan Herald[70]

Hooda is the only Bollywood actor who regularly participates in professional equestrian sports, including polo and show jumping.[70] He started competing at a professional level after the release of his film D.[71] Hooda was coached by Colonel SS Ahalawat and Brigadier Bishnoi in show-jumping and dressage.[72] He described riding as his “passion”; “My first stint with horses happened when I was in class eight at the Motilal Nehru School of Sports in Haryana, but thereafter I didn’t ride horses for 17 years”.[72] He owned eight horses, but gave away two of them to new trainees.[73] He keeps his horses at the Mahalaxmi Racecourse in Mumbai.[74]

In December 2008, Hooda underwent surgery after suffering a severe ankle injury in a fall from his horse during a polo match in Mumbai.[75] The following year, he won a silver medal at an open dressage event organised by the Equestrian Federation of India in Delhi.[76] Hooda has also won medals at equestrian events in Mumbai and Delhi, where he participated with riders from the Indian Army.[77][78] In 2014, Hooda won seven medals, including three gold and two silver and bronze medals respectively, at the National Equestrian Championship in dressage and show-jumping events.[71] Additionally, he has won a silver medal each at the Delhi Horse Show, in 2009 and the Bombay Horse Show, in 2011.[73][79]

Journalism

In 2009, Hooda was a guest contributor to “In The Script”, a column published by Asian Correspondent.[80] His article titled “Racism against Indians in Australia …” discussed the violence against Indians in Australia controversy. Hooda wrote about his experience in Australia, where he was subjected to racial discrimination; he said, “My experiences were not in my mind incidents of racial discrimination but more a challenge of an individual assertion of mental and physical superiority”. In conclusion, he wrote, “The point is to get tough inside out, play a sport apart from cricket, have heart and stand up in unity and say ‘we’ll not take shit’. All it needs is a few pioneers and I’m proud to say that I tried [and will continue to do so] and I hope a few others do that too.”[80] In 2011, Hooda began writing a blog for Hindustan Times.[81]

Social activism

In September 2010, Hooda and Jackky Bhagnani appeared in a charity fashion show for Khushi, Kapil Dev‘s NGO to improve poor communities in India.[82] The following year, Hooda raised public awareness of chronic hunger in India. He presented a video to the cast and crew of Jism 2, who shared it on their social media accounts.[83] In December 2012, Hooda participated in an anti-suicide initiative with Imtiaz Ali, Rahul BoseMahesh Bhupati, and Nishikant Kamath. Hooda, who had failed Class 12, said, “Don’t accept defeat. Fight back adversities. Failure is a myth. Every experience is a just fodder for the future. Suicide doesn’t solve the problem, It ends you.”[84]

Media image and personal life

Hooda walking the ramp wearing a golden sherwani.

Hooda walks for Nivedita Saboo at the Pune Fashion Week.

Apart from his reputation as an intense actor, Hooda is considered one of India’s most attractive celebrities.[85] In 2010, he ranked 21st in The Times of Indias annual list of the 50 most desirable men.[86] In 2011, a global online survey conducted by Internet Movie Database (IMDb) ranked him seventh on its list of the “20 sexiest men in the world”.[87] Although he was surprised and grateful,[88] Hooda said he is not influenced by such labels; “I want people to know me for my body of work, than just my body … Being sexy can always just be an added advantage, not the be-all and end-all for an actor”.[89] During an interview with Mid Day, he said during his early years in the industry, people saw him as an “explosive Jat boy” who had a calculated approach to his work.[15][90] He said, “Now, I’m a bit more careful. I’ve changed the way I express myself”.[15]

Hooda lived in a hostel from a young age; he said, “I’ve always had a good time, it’s something that gives me my spirit and fuels my spirit as well. Now, I want my parents to live with me, I want to enjoy their company more.”[91] He said he had a good relationship with his parents, who live in Faridabad, and that their openness to everything has helped him in life.[91] He considers Naseeruddin Shah to be his “mentor, friend and confidant”, saying, “He’s an inspiration and somebody who has helped nurture me as an actor not necessarily my career but my craft. He’s also the one who opened my eyes to the world of acting.”[90]

Hooda had a relationship with former Miss Universe and actress Sushmita Sen from 2004 to 2006.[92][93] He later said ending their relationship changed his career; “The break-up was the best thing that happened to me and I realised that I gave it too much time in my life. It freed my energy to do things for myself.”[92]

Hooda owns a stray dog named Candy.[91]

Filmography

Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
Year Title Role Notes
2001 Monsoon Wedding Rahul Chadha
2005 D Deshu
2006 Darna Zaroori Hai Ajay Doshi
2007 Risk Suryakant Satam
2008 Ru Ba Ru Nikhil
2009 Mere Khwabon Mein Jo Aaye Jai
Karma Aur Holi Dev
Love Khichdi Vir Pratap Singh
2010 Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai ACP Agnel Wilson
2011 Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster Lalit / Babloo
2012 Jannat 2 ACP Pratap Raghuvanshi
Cocktail Kunal Ahuja Special appearance
Heroine Angad Paul
2013 Murder 3 Vikram
Bombay Talkies Dev
John Day ACP Gautam
2014 Highway Mahabir Bhati
Kick Police Officer Himanshu Tyagi
Rang Rasiya Raja Ravi Varma
Ungli Abhay
2015 Beeba Boys Jeet Johar
Main Aur Charles Charles Sobhraj
2016 Laal Rang Shankar Malik
Sarbjit Sarabjit Singh
Do Lafzon Ki Kahani Suraj
Sultan Fateh Singh
2018 Baaghi 2 Loha Singh Dhull
2020 Love Aaj Kal 2 Raj/older Raghu [94]
Extraction Saju Rav English Film
Radhe Films that have not yet been released TBA Filming[95]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Film Result Ref.
2010 Lions Gold Awards Favourite Actor in a Supporting Role Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai Won [96]
2012 Apsara Film & Television Producers Guild Awards Best Actor in a Supporting Role Saheb, Biwi Aur Gangster Nominated [97]
International Indian Film Academy Awards Best Actor in a Supporting Role Nominated [98]
2013 Stardust Awards Best Actor Jannat 2 Nominated [99]
2014 Stardust Awards Best Actor Highway Won [100]
2015 Producers Guild Film Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role Best Actor Nominated
Filmfare Awards Best Actor Rang Rasiya Nominated [101]
Stardust Awards Stardust Award for Best Actor in a Negative Role Main Aur Charles Won

رانديب هودا

رانديب هودا
Randeep Hoda
Randeep Hooda BIG Star Entertainment Awards.jpg
رانديب في حفل توزيع جوائز BIG Star Entertainment لعام 2014.

معلومات شخصية
اسم الولادة رانديب سينغ هودا
الميلاد 20 أغسطس 1976 (العمر 43 سنة)
روهتاك، هاريانا ،  الهند
الجنسية  الهند
الحياة العملية
الأدوار المهمة Ungli
المدرسة الأم جامعة ملبورن
جامعة دلهي  تعديل قيمة خاصية (P69) في ويكي بيانات
المهنة ممثل هندي
اللغات الهندية  تعديل قيمة خاصية (P1412) في ويكي بيانات
المواقع
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رانديب هودا (من مواليد 20 أغسطس 1976 بمحافظة روهتاك، بمدينة هاريانا بدولة الهند) هو ممثل بوليوود هندي.[1][2]

لوحظ أول مرة بعد مسيرة شاقة في فيلم “زفاف موسمي” (2001)، وٱستمر بالعمل الشاق والانتظار أربع سنوات للحصول على أدوار ثانوية في أفلام سرعان ما كانت تنتسى بسرعة. حيث ٱستطاع لفت الأنظار مرة أخرى وجاءت نقطة تحول في حياته المهنية عندما قام ببطولة فيلم “حدث ذات مرة في مومباي” الناجح تجارياً (2010) ووتمت الإشارة إليه فيما بعد على أدائه في فيلم Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster عام 2011. لتعبد أمامه الطريق ويقدم العديد من الأفلام الناجحة التي تكون بنيته الرياضية أساساً فيها.

أعماله

Key
الأفلام التي لم تصدر بعد يدل على الأفلام التي لم تصدر بعد
العام عنوان الفيلم الدور ملاحظات
2001 زفاف موسمي راهول تشادها
2005 دي Deshu
2006 دارنا زاروري هاي أجاي دوشي
2007 Risk Suryakant Satam
2008 رو با رو نيخيل
2009 Mere Khwabon Mein Jo Aaye جاي
Karma Aur Holi ديف
Love Khichdi Vir براتاب سينغ
2010 حدث ذات مرة في مومباي مساعد مفوض الشرطة: أغنيل ويلسون
2011 Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster لاليت / بابلو
2012 جنات 2 مساعد مفوض الشرطة: براتاب راغوفانشي
كوكتيل كونال أهوجا ظهور خاص
البطلة أنجاد بول
2013 القتل 3 فيكرام
مومباي تولكيز ديف
جون داي مساعد مفوض الشرطة: غوتام
2014 الطريق السريع مهابر بهاتي
ركلة ضابط الشرطة هيمانشو تياجي
رانج راسيا راجا رافي فارما
الأصبع أبهاي
2015 Beeba Boys جيت جوهر
أنا وتشارليز تشارلز سوبراج
2016 لال رانج شانكار مالك
سرابجيت سرابجيت سينغ
دو لفزون كي كهاني سوراج
سلطان فاتح سينغ
2018 باغي 2 لوها سينغ دول
2019 دكا Films that have not yet been released TBA مرحلة التصوير
2020 Aaj Kal Films that have not yet been released TBA مرحلة التصوير[3]

جوائز وترشيحات

السنة الجائزة التصنيف اسم الفيلم النتيجة Ref.
2010 جوائز ليونز الذهبية الهندية Favourite Actor in a Supporting Role حدث ذات مرة في مومباي فوز [4]
2012 جوائز نجم النقابة Best Actor in a Supporting Role Saheb, Biwi Aur Gangster ترشُح [5]
جوائز الأكاديمية الدولية للفيلم الهندي Best Actor in a Supporting Role ترشُح [6]
2013 جوائز ستارداست Best Actor جنات 2 ترشُح [7]
2014 جوائز ستارداست Best Actor الطريق السريع فوز [8]
2015 Producers Guild Film Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role Best Actor ترشُح
جوائز فيلم فير جائزة فيلم فير لأفضل ممثل Rang Rasiya ترشُح [9]
جوائز ستارداست Stardust Award for Best Actor in a Negative Role أنا وتشارليز فوز

مرحلة اعداد العمل اهم

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