Sarfaraz Khan is an Indian-Canadian actor, who worked in Hindi language films.
|Born||22 April 1976 (age 45)
|Parent(s)||Kader Khan (father)|
Personal life of Sarfaraz Khan
Sarfaraz Khan was born on 22 April 1976 in Mumbai to veteran actor and writer Kader Khan and his wife Azra Khan. He has a brother, Shahnawaz Khan, who is also an actor.
Sarfaraz Khan has worked in two highly successful films, the tragic romance Tere Naam (2003), in which he played Aslam, a friend of Salman Khan’s Radhe, and the action thriller Wanted (2009). In 2012, he formed the Kal Ke Kalakar International theater company with his father and brother. In August 2012 it was announced that Khan would revive the 1990s music show, Antakshari, on Zee International.
|2002||Kya yehi Pyaar hai||Peter|
|2002||Maine dil tujhko diya||Chote|
|2013||Once upon a time in Mumbai Dobara||Javed|
|2013||Ramaiya vastavaiya||Zamindar’s son|
Some Lesser Known Facts About Sarfaraz Khan
- Sarfaraz Khan is an Indian actor and son of the famous Bollywood actor, Kader Khan.
- He started his acting career in 1993 by playing the role of Younger Dharamraj in the Bollywood film ‘Shatranj
- He has also acted in a number of plays like Badi Der Ki Meherbaan Aate Aate, Local Train, and Taash Ke Patte.
- He was supposed to play the lead role in the film Bazaar – The Market of Love, Lust and Desire, which was written by his father, but the film got Shelved.
- Apart from being an actor, Sarfaraz is also a producer and has produced several Hindi and Gujarati plays like Taash Ke Patte, Raja The To Bhare Kari,
- Saubhagyawati, Badi Der Ki Meherbaan Aate Aate, Local Train, and Best of Luck
- In 2003, he appeared in the Bollywood film Tere Naam, in which he played the character of Salman Khan’s friend.
- In 2012, he, along with his father, Kader Khan and brother Shahnawaz Khan, founded a theater group, “Kal Ke Kalakar”