Imran Khan is a young and talented film star who has number of fans in India. His impressive personality and acting talents allure a huge number of people.
Imran was born on 13th January 1983 in Wisconsin, USA. His father, Anant Pal, is from Bengali-American family and his mother, Nuzhat Khan is the daughter of famous producer Nasir Hussain.
Imran’s parents separated in early part of his life and he came to India along with his mother.
Imran, completed his early education from the Bombay Scottish High, and in Bangalore. He went on to do his High School from California. He then moved to Los Angeles to complete course in film making.
He later sharpened his acting skills at Kishore Namit Kapoor’s Acting Institute in Mumbai.
Imran is related to famous personality in Bollywood and her mother is the sister of director Mansoor Khan and superstar Amir Khan.
Imran played a child artist role for young Aamir Khan in movies like Qayamat Se QayamatTak (1988) and Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikander (1992).
When Imran was enrolled in the acting institute in Mumbai, he expanded his network and met writer-director Abbas Tyrewala, who offered him to play a main role in Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na (2008).
His acting in this romantic comedy was highly applauded. He grabbed the Best Male Debut award for this film at the 54th Filmfare Awards ceremony and shared this award with Farhan Akhtar.
He next film ‘Kidnap’ where he played dominant role, could not get acclamation from audiences and the movie flopped at the box office. Ian the early part of his career Imran was promoted by his uncle Amir Khan but since then he has come a long way in his acting career.
He has acted in many films such as; Luck 2009, I Hate Luv Storys 2010, Break Ke Baad 2010, Delhi Belly 2011, Mere Brother Ki Dulhan 2011, Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu 2012., Love Recipe 2012, Matru Ki Bijlee Ka Mandola 2013, Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai Dobara 2013.
Though acting is in the vein of Imran Khan, he is also involved in social work and is a vibrant social activist. He is associated with issues such as reducing violence against women and sex education etc.
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