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'''Abati Oluwatayo''' is a Nigerian footballer, born 15th Oct 1994 in the city of Abeokuta (Ogun-State). who presently plays as a striker/winger for Universal Football Academy (UFA). He played as a professional for ABS ilorin (Kwaras-State) in 2009/2010 Globacom National League, he enjoyed his debut professional season by netting 9 goals and providing remarkable 7 assists.
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Bigg Boss 5

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'''Dolly Bindra''' ( born 20 January, 1970 ) is an [[India]]n actress, known for her participation in the reality TV series, ''[[Bigg Boss]]'' ([[Bigg Boss (season 4)|Vodafone Presents Bigg Boss Season 4]]) in 2010.<ref>{{cite news |title=Dolly Bindra to enter Bigg Boss |url=http://www.hindustantimes.com/Dolly-Bindra-to-enter-Bigg-Boss/Article1-617338.aspx |publisher=[[Hindustan Times]] |date=24 October 2010 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20110120224610/http://www.hindustantimes.com/Dolly-Bindra-to-enter-Bigg-Boss/Article1-617338.aspx |archivedate=20 January 2011 |df=dmy-all }}</ref><ref>{{cite news |title=TV actress Dolly Bindra joins Bigg Boss 4|url=http://www.indianexpress.com/news/tv-actress-dolly-bindra-joins-bigg-boss-4/702087/ |publisher=[[Indian Express]] |date=25 October 2010 }}</ref>

==Career==
Bindra started working in Bollywood when she was 18 years old. Bindra has done roles in ''Hum Sab Ek Hai'' later in movies like ''Gadar'', and many other stage shows. Her recently released films include ''[[Tara Rum Pum]]'', ''[[Mummji]]'', ''[[Dhan Dhana Dhan Goal]]'' and ''[[Krazzy 4]]''.

Bindra was a participant in the [[Bigg Boss (season 4)|fourth season]] of [[reality TV]] show ''[[Bigg Boss]]''.<ref name="ToI - 21Jun2011 - Dolly Bindra was a shock factor">{{cite news|url=http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2011-06-21/tv/29682862_1_reality-show-comedy-circus-dolly-bindra|title=Dolly Bindra was a shock factor: Shweta|last=Jambhekar|first=Shruti|date=21 June 2011|work=[[Times of India]]|accessdate=26 July 2011}}</ref>

==Controversy==
Dolly Bindra who was once a devotee of [[Radhe Maa]] claimed of sexual exploitation of by her. She also filed [[First Information Report|FIR]] against her.<ref>{{cite web|title=Dolly Bindra exposes vulgarity of Radhe Maa | url=http://www.abplive.in/crime/2015/08/22/article691698.ece/Sansani-Dolly-Bindra-exposes-vulgarity-of-Radhe-Maa}}</ref>

== Filmography ==
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|2017
|''Yeh Hai Bigg Boss''
|Patli Dolly Bindra
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| 2015|| ''[[Dolly Ki Doli]]'' |||| Special Appearance
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| 2007|| ''[[Ta Ra Rum Pum]]'' || Mrs. Panoya||
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| 2006|| ''[[Fight Club – Members Only]]'' || ||
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| 2005|| ''[[Dosti: Friends Forever]]'' || ||
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| 2005|| ''[[Barsaat (2005 film)|A Sublime Love Story: Barsaat]]'' || Shammi's Wife ||
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|2005 || ''[[Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya]]'' ||Naina's friend ||
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| 2005 || ''[[Jo Bole So Nihaal]]'' || Nihal's sister ||
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|2004 || ''[[Madhoshi]]'' || ||
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| 2003 || ''[[Talaash: The Hunt Begins...]]'' || ||
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| 2002|| ''[[Haan Maine Bhi Pyaar Kiya]]'' || ||
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| 2002 || ''[[Yeh Mohabbat Hai]]'' ||Jyoti ||
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| 2001 || ''[[Style (2001 film)|Style]]'' || Chantu's Mother ||
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| 2001 || ''[[Yaadein (2001 film)|Yaadein...]]'' || Sania's mother-in-law ||
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| 2001|| ''[[Gadar: Ek Prem Katha]]'' || Gul Khan's wife ||
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| 2001|| ''Censor'' || Madhu (Shiv Prasad's girlfriend) ||
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| 2000|| ''[[Khiladi 420]]'' || ||
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| 2000|| ''[[Bichhoo]]'' || ||
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| 2000 || ''[[Saali Poori Gharwali]]'' || ||
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| 2000|| ''Glamour Girl'' || Dolly ||
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| 1999|| ''[[Jaanwar (1999 film)|Jaanwar]]'' || Sapna's friend ||
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| 1999|| ''Pyaar Koi Khel Nahin'' || ||
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| 1996|| ''Ajay'' || ||
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| 1996|| ''[[Khiladiyon Ka Khiladi]]'' || Bhagwanti ||
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==References==
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*{{IMDb name|1028168}}
* [http://www.bollywoodhungama.com/celebrities/filmography/12782/index.html Filmography] at ''[[Bollywood Hungama]]''

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Veena Malik

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Seema Parihar

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'''Seema Parihar''' is a former bandit and an Indian politician. She is a member of the [[Samajwadi Party]].<ref name="Tripathi2007">{{cite news|title=India's new Bandit Queen emerges|url=http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/6619235.stm | work=[[BBC News Online]] | date=2007-05-04|location=[[Lucknow]]|publisher=[[BBC]]|last=Tripathi|first=Ram Dutt}}</ref> Parihar claims that her inspiration is [[Phoolan Devi]], who was known as the Bandit Queen, and had also been a bandit before becoming a politician.<ref name="Tripathi2007"/>

== Biography ==
Seema Parihar was born in [[Auraiya]] in [[Uttar Pradesh]], [[India]] in a poor [[Thakur (Indian title)|Thakur]] family. She was kidnapped in 1983, at the age of 13 from her village of [[Bawine]] in [[Uttar Pradesh]] by [[dacoit]]s Lala Ram and Kusuma Nian, and became a dacoit herself.<ref name="Perappadan2004">{{cite news|last=Perappadan|first=Bindu Shajan|title=Real story of a female dacoit|url=http://www.hindu.com/lf/2004/09/27/stories/2004092701640200.htm | location=Chennai| work=[[The Hindu]]|publisher=[[Kasturi and Sons]]|date=2004-09-27}}</ref> In 1986, she married dacoit [[Nirbhay Singh Gujjar]], but later returned to Lala Ram.<ref name="Hin2006">{{cite news|url=http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/former-bandit-joins-indian-justice-party/article3049713.ece|title=Former bandit joins Indian Justice Party|date=2006-11-19|newspaper=[[The Hindu]]|publisher=[[Kasturi and Sons]]|accessdate=2014-08-28}}</ref> Parihar became the leader of her gang, and engaged in looting, kidnapping and murder in the regions surrounding [[Bihand]] jungle and [[Chambal River]].<ref name="Perappadan2004"/><ref name="Marks2007">{{cite news|last=Marks|first=Kathy|date=2007-05-04|title=Reformed bandit queen runs for parliament|agency=[[Associated Press]]|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20070814033148/http://news.independent.co.uk/world/asia/article2510909.ece|archivedate=2007-08-14|accessdate=2014-08-28|url=http://news.independent.co.uk/world/asia/article2510909.ece|newspaper=[[The Independent]]|publisher=Independent Print}}</ref> During her career, she killed 70 people, kidnapped 200 people and looted 30 houses. In June 2000, after 18 years of dacoity, she surrendered to [[Uttar Pradesh]] police.<ref name="Perappadan2004"/><ref name="Singh2008"/> She was jailed, facing 29 charges, including 8 counts of murder and half a dozen of kidnapping.<ref name="Tripathi2007"/><ref name="Misra2001">{{cite news|title=I have offers from political parties: Seema Parihar|url=http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/lucknow/I-have-offers-from-political-parties-Seema-Parihar/articleshow/674398809.cms|last=Misra|first=Meena|date=2001-08-07|location=[[Lucknow]]|newspaper=[[The Times of India]]|agency=[[Times News Network]]|publisher=[[Bennett, Coleman & Co]]|accessdate=2014-08-28|deadurl=no|archivedate=2014-08-28|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20140828194048/http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/lucknow/I-have-offers-from-political-parties-Seema-Parihar/articleshow/674398809.cms}}</ref> In August 2001, she said that she had received offers from political parties.<ref name="Misra2001"/>

In the [[Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly election, 2002]], Parihar supported [[Shiv Sena]].<ref name="Singh2008">{{cite news|newspaper=[[The Indian Express]]|publisher=[[Indian Express Limited]]|date=2008-10-10|last=Singh|first=Kautilya|title=Dacoit-turned-politician Seema Parihar joins SP|url=http://archive.indianexpress.com/news/dacoitturnedpolitician-seema-parihar-joins-sp/371989/|accessdate=2014-08-28|archiveurl=https://www.webcitation.org/6SAgQkwYn|deadurl=no|archivedate=2014-08-28}}</ref> In November 2006, she joined the [[Indian Justice Party]],<ref name="Pande2006">{{cite news|newspaper=The Indian Express|publisher=Indian Express Limited|date=2006-11-19|last=Pande|first=Alka S|title=Dacoit turned actor Seema now plunges into politics|url=http://archive.indianexpress.com/news/dacoit-turned-actor-seema-now-plunges-into-politics/16960/|accessdate=2014-08-28|archiveurl=https://www.webcitation.org/6SAgdpaSr|deadurl=no|archivedate=2014-08-28}}</ref> and ran as its candidate for the [[Mirzapur (Lok Sabha constituency)|Mirzapur]]-[[Bhadohi (Lok Sabha constituency)|Bhadohi]] Lok Sabha by-election in 2007.<ref name="Tripathi2007"/><ref name="OI2007">{{cite news|title=Former 'bandit queen' fighting UP parliamentary bypoll|date=2007-04-14|newspaper=[[Oneindia.in]]|url=http://news.oneindia.in/2007/04/14/former-bandit-queen-fighting-up-parliamentary-bypoll-1176555875.html|publisher=Greynium Information Technologies|accessdate=2014-08-28|archivedate=2014-08-28|deadurl=no|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20140828192525/http://news.oneindia.in/2007/04/14/former-bandit-queen-fighting-up-parliamentary-bypoll-1176555875.html}}</ref>

In January 2008, she moved to the [[Lok Janshakti Party]], and in October that year, switched to the [[Samajwadi Party]].<ref name="Singh2008"/> As of October 2008, she had been acquitted of 15 of the criminal cases against her, and was on bail for the remaining 14 cases.<ref name="Singh2008"/>

In 2011, Parihar was appointed the head of the women's wing of the National Corruption Eradication Council, an anti-corruption organisation.<ref name="Verma2011">{{cite news|newspaper=[[The Asian Age]]|publisher=Deccan Chronicle Holdings|title=Parihar to follow in Anna's footsteps|first=Amita|last=Verma|date=2011-04-17|url=http://archive.asianage.com/india/parihar-follow-anna%E2%80%99s-footsteps-161|deadurl=no|archivedate=2014-08-28|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20140828175750/http://archive.asianage.com/india/parihar-follow-anna%E2%80%99s-footsteps-161}}</ref>

==Popular culture==
Seema Parihar played in the film ''[[Wounded - The Bandit Queen]]''. This film is the first instance of [[Bollywood|Hindi cinema]] where a "bandit queen" played out her own real-life story on screen. Shot on location in the [[Chambal River|Chambal Valley]], the film was released in 2006. The film went on to win the Critics Award at the Leicester Expo Bollywood film festival (United Kingdom) in 2005.<ref>{{cite web|title=Seema Parihar Film|url=http://www.mid-day.com/entertainment/2010/nov/261110-Seema-Parihar-Bigg-Boss-The-Bandit-Queen.htm}}</ref> In 2010 Seema Parihar also participated in [[Bigg Boss (season 4)|season 4]] of the Indian reality TV show ''[[Bigg Boss]]''. This show aired on [[Colors (TV channel)|Colors]] from October 3, 2010 and Parihar was evicted on day 76 (week 11) from the house.<ref>{{cite news|title=Seema Parihar evicted from BB house|url=http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2010-12-17/tv/28226024_1_seema-parihar-bigg-boss-compensation | work=The Times Of India | date=December 17, 2010}}</ref> Before participating in ''Bigg Boss'', Seema Parihar was in jail and filed a petition in [[Allahabad High Court]] seeking permission to appear in the program. Allahabad High Court initially rejected her plea to appear.<ref>{{cite web|title=Seema Parihar High Court Plea|url=http://www.deccanherald.com/content/100318/hc-rejects-ex-bandit-seema.html}}</ref> In June 2015, she appeared in a music concert in Delhi organised by [[Moxx Music]] Company<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.moxxmusic.in|title=Moxx Music- Music Company, Music Company in Delhi, Music Companies in Delhi, Music Company in India, Top Music Company, Best Music Company|website=www.moxxmusic.in|access-date=2016-04-14}}</ref> and [[Raj Mahajan]] where she told about her experience how spent 17 years in jungles.

==See also==
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* [[Jagga Jatt]]
* [[Jatt Jeona Morh]]
* [[Paan Singh Tomar]]
* [[Phoolan Devi]]
* [[Sucha Singh Soorma]]
* [[Veerappan]]|
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Samir Soni

Posted: 10 Jan 2018 12:09 PM PST

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'''Samir Soni''' is an Indian film and television actor and a former model. Soni made his debut in the Hindi serial ''Samandar'' based on Navy officers. In 1996, he appeared as Ashok Mathur in [[Doordarshan]]'s ''[[A Mouthful Of Sky]]''. He made his film debut in ''[[China Gate (1998 film)|China Gate]]'', which was followed by cameo appearances. In 2003, Soni appeared in the film ''[[Baghban]]'' and played lead roles in Basti and Kahan Ho Tum. In that same year, Soni also worked in the television series ''[[Jassi Jaissi Koi Nahin]]''. In 2004, he worked in ''[[Saaksshi]]''. Soni featured as one of the contestants in the reality television show [[Bigg Boss 4]] in 2010.<ref name="ReferenceA">http://entertainment.oneindia.in/celebs/sameer-soni/biography.html</ref>

Soni was playing the lead role in [[Ekta Kapoor]]'s [[Indian soap opera]] ''[[Parichay (TV series)|Parichay - Nayee Zindagi Kay Sapno Ka]]'' (2013) which earned him the [[Indian Telly Award for Best Actor in a Lead Role - Male|Indian Telly Award for Best Actor]],<ref name="11th-Telly-Awards">{{cite web|url=http://tellyawards.indiantelevision.com/y2k11/poll/winners.php#PO14|title=Samir Soni wins Best Actor (Popular) at 11th Indian Telly Awards for Parichay}}</ref> and [[ITA Award for Best Actor - Drama (Popular)]] in 2012.<ref name="indiantelevisionacademy.com">{{cite web|url=http://www.indiantelevisionacademy.com/site/awards_hhita_details_new.php?year=2012|title=Samir Soni wins Best Actor at ITA 2012 for Parichay}}</ref>

[[File:Sameer Soni,Neelam Kothari grace Kallista Spa opening 08.jpg|thumb|right|Sameer Soni with wife [[Neelam Kothari]] at Kallista Spa opening]]

Through modeling, he met Rajlakshmi Khanvilkar.<ref name="sawf">{{cite web|title=Samir Soni|url=http://bolly.sawfnews.com/actor.aspx?id=585|publisher=Sawf News|accessdate=2011-01-24}}</ref> The two were married for six months before they divorced.<ref name="sawf"/> On 24 January 2011, he married former actress [[Neelam Kothari]]. Together they have a daughter.<ref>{{cite web|title=Neelam-Sameer to tie the knot tonite!|url=http://www.rediff.com/movies/slide-show/slide-show-1-neelam-weds-samir-soni/20110124.htm|publisher=rediff|accessdate=2011-01-24}}</ref>

==Filmography==
{| class="wikitable"
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! Year !! Show/Film !! Role

|-
| 1995 || ''[[Samandar (TV show)]]'' || Navy officer
|-
| 1996 || ''[[A Mouthful of Sky]]'' || Ashok Mathur
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| 1998 || ''[[China Gate (1998 film)|China Gate]]'' || Uditanshu Tandon
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| 2001 || ''[[Lajja (2001 film)|Lajja]]'' || Manish
|-
| 2002 || ''[[Kabhie Tum Kabhie Hum]]'' || Sameer Shastri
|-
| 2003 || ''Dance Like A Man'' || Vishal
|-
| 2003 || ''Kahan Ho Tum'' || Jai
|-
| 2003 || ''[[Basti (film)|Basti]]'' || Ramesh "Rama" Kulkarni
|-
| 2003 || ''[[Baghban (film)|Baghban]]'' || Sanjay Malhotra
|-
| 2004 || ''Dil Kya Chahta Hai'' || Ram
|-
| 2005 || ''[[Kumkum]]'' || Yash Thakur
|-
| 2006 || ''[[Vivah]]'' || Sunil
|-
| 2008 || ''[[Cracking The Code]]'' || host
|-
| 2008 || ''[[Fashion (2008 film)|Fashion]]'' || Rahul Arora
|-
| 2010 || ''[[I Hate Luv Storys]]''||Veer Kapoor
|-
| 2010 || ''[[Bigg Boss (season 4)]]'' || Himself
|-
| 2013 || ''[[I, Me Aur Main]]''||Cameo
|-
| 2016 || ''[[Chalk n Duster]]''||Sunil Thakur
|}

==Television==

{| class="wikitable sortable"
|-
! Year !! Show !! Role !! Channel
|-
| 2003 || ''[[Jassi Jaissi Koi Nahin]]'' || Purab Mehra || Sony
|-
| 2004 || ''[[Saaksshi]]'' || Shekhar Sengupta
|-
| 2011–2013 || ''[[Parichay (TV series)|Parichay]]'' || Kunal Chopra
|-
| 2015 || ''[[Darr Sabko Lagta Hai]]'' || Vijay
|-
| 2017 || ''[[Bewafaa sii Wafaa]]'' || Sumer Singh Bajaj || Alt Balaji
|}

==Awards and nominations==
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! Year !! Show !! Award !! Category !! Result
|-
| rowspan="6" | 2012
| rowspan="6" | ''[[Parichay (TV series)|Parichay]]''
|-
| rowspan="2" | [[Indian Telly Awards]]
| [[Indian Telly Award for Best Actor in a Lead Role – Male|Best Actor (Popular)]]
| {{won}}<ref name="11th-Telly-Awards"/>
|-
| Best Onscreen Couple<br><small>(along with ''Keerti Nagpure'')</small><br />
| {{nom}}<ref name="11th-Telly-Awards"/>
|-
| [[Zee Gold Awards|Boroplus Gold Awards]]
| Best Actor (Jury)
| {{won}}<ref name="careermasti.com">{{cite web|url=http://careermasti.com/5th-boroplus-gold-awards-2012-photos-videos-winners-list-9502/|title=Samir Soni wins Best Actor (Critics) at Gold Awards,2012 for Parichay}}</ref>
|-
| [[Indian Television Academy Awards]]
| Best Actor (Popular)
| {{won}}<ref name="indiantelevisionacademy.com"/>
|-
| [[People's Choice Awards India]]
| Favourite Drama Actor
| {{nom}}<ref>{{cite web|url=http://peopleschoiceindia.com/nominees2012.php|title=Nominees of People's Choice Awards,2012}}</ref>
|-
|}

==References==
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==External links==
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* [http://www.expressindia.com/latest-news/face-to-face-with-samir-soni/379544/ Interview with Samir Soni at ''[[Indian Express]]]

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Rahul Bhatt

Posted: 10 Jan 2018 12:07 PM PST

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| occupation = [[Fitness trainer]]
| spouse =
| parents = [[Mahesh Bhatt]]<br>Kiran Bhatt
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'''Rahul "Sunny" Bhatt''' (born 24 January 1982), is an [[India]]n fitness trainer and an aspiring film actor.<ref name="hindustantimeswho">{{cite news | title = Who's Rahul Bhatt | url = http://www.hindustantimes.com/News-Feed/india/Who-s-Rahul-Bhatt/Article1-475931.aspx | date = 13 Nov 2009 | author = Hindustan Times | publisher = Hindustan Times}}</ref> The son of famous film director [[Mahesh Bhatt]] and Kiran Bhatt, Rahul gained unwitting notoriety in 2009 following revelations that [[David Headley]], an accused in the [[2008 Mumbai attacks]], had befriended him.<ref name="channel4hunch">Rahul Bhatt said, "One incident when we were going to South Mumbai that he mentioned to us there was a bombing in Islamabad, at the Marriott in Islamabad, and I remember him very clearly telling me "you know guys you are going to see things like that happening now in this country.""
{{cite news | title = Exclusive: I had a hunch he was an agent | publisher = Channel 4 | author = Jonathan Miller | date = 21 Jan 2010
| url = http://www.channel4.com/news/articles/world/asia_pacific/exclusive+aposi+had+a+hunch+he+was+an+agentapos/3511062
}}</ref> In an investigative report by [[Public Broadcasting Service|PBS]], Rahul Bhatt was described as a [[B movie|B-movie]] actor asking for favors to reveal more details about Headley.<ref name="PBS-Report-A-Perfect-Terrorist">{{cite news | title = A Perfect Terrorist | url = http://video.pbs.org/video/2169905444 | date = 22 Nov 2011 | publisher = Public Broadcasting Service}} The segment about Rahul Bhatt starts at 30:30 of the video report</ref> He was a contestant on [[Bigg Boss 4]] in 2010.

==Biography==
The only son of Mahesh Bhatt and Kiran Bhatt (aka Loraine Bright) and younger brother of actress [[Pooja Bhatt]], Rahul weighed 122 kilograms before he began working out. He thanks his fitness mentor Kaizzad Capadia. Rahul's father planned to launch him in 2007 with the film ''Suicide Bomber'' to be directed by [[Anurag Basu]].<ref name="hindustantimeswho" />

In September 2010, Rahul became part of the Indian television reality show, ''[[Bigg Boss (Season 4)|Bigg Boss 4]]'', hosted by [[Salman Khan]]. After being evicted from the house, he claimed that the show was scripted.<ref>{{cite web|title='Bigg Boss evictions aren't through public voting'|url=http://www.rediff.com/movies/interview/rahul-bhatt-on-bigg-boss-tv/20101108.htm|work=Rediff|accessdate=2010-12-03|quote=Rahul Bhatt was evicted from Bigg Boss last week}}</ref>

==Association with [[David Headley]]==
In September 2008, Rahul Bhatt and friend Vilas Varak met [[David Headley]] at a Mumbai gym. After the [[2008 Mumbai attacks|26/11 attacks]], Headley wrote Rahul an email in which he said he would soon be visiting them again.<ref name="channel4doublelife">{{cite news
| title = The double life of David Headley | url = http://www.channel4.com/news/articles/world/asia_pacific/the+double+life+of+david+headley/3511242 | author = Channel 4 News | publisher = Channel 4 | date = 21 January 2010}}</ref> According to Headley's testimony, he was fond of Bhatt. He claims to have warned Bhatt not to visit South Mumbai area on November 26, the day the Mumbai attacks started.<ref>{{cite news | title = I wanted to cultivate Rahul Bhatt as ISI agent: Headley | url = http://www.hindustantimes.com/I-wanted-to-cultivate-Rahul-Bhatt-as-ISI-agent-Headley/Article1-702512.aspx | author = PTI
| publisher = Hindustan Times | date = 2011-05-27}}</ref>

==References==
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==External links==
*[http://www.rahulbhatt.net/ Rahul Bhatt Official Site]

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Bigg Boss 4

Posted: 10 Jan 2018 12:05 PM PST

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* [[Shweta Tiwari]] - Indian television star.<ref>{{cite web|title=Exclusive: Meet the Bigg Boss 4 contestants|url=http://movies.rediff.com/report/2010/oct/02/exclusive-meet-bigg-boss-4-contestants.htm|publisher=[[Rediff]]|accessdate=18 December 2010|date=2 October 2010}}</ref> Shweta is well known for playing the famous role of Prerna in the popular [[Ekta Kapoor]] longest running serial ''[[Kasautii Zindagii Kay]]'' which aired on [[Star Plus]].<ref>[http://frontierindia.net/big-boss-4-shweta-tiwari-is-the-winner Big Boss 4 : Shweta Tiwari is the winner]. Frontierindia.net (8 January 2011). Retrieved on 13 November 2011.</ref>
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{{Infobox officeholder
| office = [[Member of Parliament (India)|Member]] of the [[India Parliament]] <br /> for [[North East Delhi (Lok Sabha constituency)|North East Delhi]]
| native_name =
| image = Manoj tiwari ji.jpg
| alt =
| caption =
| predecessor = [[Jai Prakash Agarwal|J. P. Agarwal]]
| successor =
|party =[[Bharatiya Janata party]]
| birth_date = {{Birth date and age|1971|2|1|df=y}}
| birth_place = [[Kaimur district|Atarwalia]], [[Bihar]], [[India]]
| nationality = [[India|Indian]]
| spouse = Rani Tiwari (m. 1999–2012;divorced)
| children = One daughter<ref name=Officialweb /><!--NB: DAUGHTER IS NOT AN ADULT - ALTHOUGH PUBLISHED, HER NAME IS NOT IMPORTANT HERE-->
| parents = Chandradev Tiwari <ref>{{cite news|url=http://www.myneta.info/ls2014/candidate.php?candidate_id=66 |title=My Neta Info |publisher=myneta.info}}</ref>
| residence = [[New Delhi]], [[India]]
| alma_mater = [[Banaras Hindu University]]<ref>{{cite news|url=http://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/Delhi/Manoj-Tiwari-is-new-Delhi-BJP-chief/article16732719.ece/amp/#xxri=15|title=Manoj Tiwari is new Delhi BJP chief|publisher=The Hindu|accessdate=2016-12-01}}</ref>
| occupation = Actor, singer, director, television presenter, politician
| website =
| term_start = 16 May 2014
| term_end =
}}
'''Manoj Tiwari''' (born 1 February 1971)<ref name=Officialweb>{{cite web |url=http://manojtiwari.in/#2 |title=Biography |publisher=Manoj Tiwari Official Website |accessdate=2012-01-05}}</ref> is a politician, singer, actor and television presenter from [[Bihar]], India. He has acted in Bhojpuri films, many of them being noticeable hits,including Sasura Bada Paisawala and Bandhan Toote Na.
Tiwari is also involved in politics, having contested the 2009 national elections for the [[Samajwadi Party]]. He won the [[ North East Delhi (Lok Sabha constituency)]] in the [[Indian general election, 2014|2014 Indian general elections]] from [[BJP]]. As Delhi BJP Chief, he also led the party to a record victory (184/272) in the recently concluded civic bodies poll, i.e., MCD Election 2017.<ref>{{cite news |url=http://www.elections.in/delhi/mcd-elections/ |title=Delhi MCD Election 2017 Results |agency=Elections.in |date=26 May 2017}}</ref> He was a contestant in the reality show ''[[Bigg Boss]]'' in 2010.

==Early life==
One of the six children of Chandradev Tiwari and Lalita Devi,<ref name=Officialweb /> his birthplace is Atarwalia, a small village in [[Kaimur district]] of Bihar.<ref name=Screen20110708>{{cite news |url=http://indianexpress.com/article/entertainment/entertainment-others/actor-manoj-tiwari-to-build-temple-for-tendulkar-and-dhoni/ |title=Actor Manoj Tiwari to build temple for Tendulkar and Dhoni |date=8 July 2011 |publisher=Indian Express |accessdate=2017-03-30}}</ref>

==Career==
Manoj Tiwari has completed his education from Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi. He holds a bachelor's degree in [[Sociology]] and a master's degree in Physical Education. Prior to Tiwari's involvement in cinema, he had spent ten years working as a singer.<ref name=IndiaExpress20050605 />

In 2003, he took a role in the film 'Sasura Bada Paise Wala'. The [[BBC]] reported that the production costs of {{USD}} 65,000 were turned into takings of {{USD}} 3 million, while ''[[The Hindu]]'' reported a {{INR}} 3.5–4&nbsp;million cost resulting in takings of {{INRConvert|45|m}}. ''[[Indian Express]]'' reported a figure of {{INRConvert|65|m}} as the takings. The [[Bihar Jharkhand Motion Picture Association]] saw this production as being a turning point for Bhojpuri cinema.<ref name=BBC20051215>{{cite news |url=http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/south_asia/4512812.stm |title=Move over Bollywood, here's Bhojpuri |first=Amarnath |last=Tewary |publisher=BBC |date=15 December 2005 |accessdate=2012-01-04}}</ref><ref>{{cite news |newspaper=The Hindu |url=http://www.thehindu.com/business/Industry/article600255.ece |title=Bhojpuri cinema edges its way to success |agency=IANS |date=28 August 2010 |accessdate=2012-01-05}}</ref> He followed this with the successful films ''[[Daroga Babu I Love You]]'' and ''[[Bandhan Toote Na]]''.<ref name=IndiaExpress20050605>{{cite news |url= http://www.indianexpress.com/storyOld.php?storyId=71723 |title= Bollywood's trying to read Bhojpuri |first=Anuradha |last=Raman |date= 5 June 2005 |publisher= Indian Express |accessdate=2012-01-05}}</ref> Tiwari is reported to have said in 2005 that although the Bhojpuri genre had generally kept to its traditional storylines, "Gone are the double entendres, thin story lines and poor technical quality. Films have been slick and producers are willing to put in close to Rs 8&nbsp;million in a film because the returns are not bad,"<ref name=IndiaExpress20050605 />

The [[BBC]] reported in 2005 that Tiwari and [[Ravi Kishan]] were the biggest male stars in the flourishing Bhojpuri cinema market and that Tiwari was able to charge {{USD}} 90,000 per film.<ref name=BBC20051215 />

In 2010, Tiwari was a contestant in the fourth season of reality television show ''[[Bigg Boss 4|Bigg Boss]]''.<ref>{{cite web|title=Exclusive: Meet the Bigg Boss 4 contestants|url=http://movies.rediff.com/report/2010/oct/02/exclusive-meet-bigg-boss-4-contestants.htm|publisher=[[Rediff]]|accessdate=18 December 2010|date=2 October 2010}}</ref> He was reported by [[Rediff]] to say that his wife, Rani, "is angry with me" because she suspected him of having an affair with a fellow contestant, [[Shweta Tiwari]], and that "Arbaaz Khan tweeted and asked people to vote for Ashmit [Patel]. I felt little bad about this because his brother is the host of the show and he is asking people to vote. I somehow didn't understand that angle." When asked whether he thought that the votes were manipulated, he said "I am bound by my contract so I can't comment on this. But it is little hard to believe that I got lesser votes than Ashmit. I guess viewers enjoy watching Veena Malik and Ashmit's fake romance. I really don't understand why the channel is still keeping them inside the house."<ref>{{cite news |title=I lost interest in Bigg Boss after it became dirty |publisher=Rediff |date=6 December 2010 |url=http://www.rediff.com/movies/report/tv-manoj-tiwari-out-of-bigg-boss/20101206.htm |accessdate=2012-01-05}}</ref> [[NDTV]] reported a similar story, adding that he had been separated from his wife and child for some months.<ref>{{cite news |url=http://movies.ndtv.com/movie_story.aspx?id=ENTEN20100162180&keyword=BOLLYWOOD&section=Movies&subcatg=MOVIESINDIA |title=I am not involved with Shweta: Manoj Tiwari |agency=Indo-Asian News Service |date=4 December 2010 |publisher=NDTV |accessdate=2012-01-05}}</ref> Tiwari had previously worked with Shweta Tiwari in two films, ''[[Kab Aibu Anganwa Hamaar]]'' and ''[[Ae Bahuji ke Sister]]''. By mid-2011 he and his wife, were involved in divorce proceedings regarding their eleven-year marriage.<ref name=IndiaToday20110711>{{cite news |newspaper=India Today |title=Manoj Tiwari appeals for help to persuade wife to drop divorce plan |first=Giridhar |last=Jha |date=11 July 2011 |url=http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/manoj-tiwari-appeals-for-help-to-persuade-wife-to-drop-divorce-plan/1/144394.html |accessdate=2012-01-05}}</ref>

Tiwari continues to record music and release new albums. He performs around the world in concert.<ref>{{cite web |url= http://www.mauritiustimes.com/131109sarita.htm |title= Bhojpuri superstar Manoj Tiwari of "Chak De Bacche" TV show fame captivates his audience |author= Sarita Boodhoo |date= 14 November 2009 |work= Mauritius Times |accessdate=10 December 2009}} {{Dead link|date=October 2010|bot=H3llBot}}</ref> He released an album, ''[[Hey Mahadev]]'', in 2009 that fused traditional music with contemporary genres.<ref name=Bhojpuri20090805>{{cite web |url=http://bhojpuria.com/v2/cinema/interviews/238-i-am-just-doing-my-duty-manoj-tiwari |title=I am just doing my duty: Manoj Tiwari |date=5 August 2009 |publisher=Bhojpuria |accessdate=2012-01-05}}</ref> He is listed as being music director for numerous releases.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://smashits.com/manoj-tiwari-mridul/albums/music-director-14085-page-1.html |title=Albums with "Manoj Tiwari Mridul" as music director |publisher=SmashHits |accessdate=2012-01-05}}</ref> Manoj Tiwari also sang the hit song "Jiya Ho Bihar Ke Lala Jiya Tu Haazar Sala" in Anurag Kashyap's film [[Gangs of Wasseypur]].<ref>[http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2012-01-06/news-interviews/30593681_1_song-manoj-tewari-anurag-kashyap/ Manoj Tewari croons for Anurag Kashyap]</ref>

==Politics==
In 2009, Tiwari contested elections for the [[15th Lok Sabha]] as a candidate for the Samajwadi Party in the [[Gorakhpur]] constituency. He had been offered a choice of three constituencies and ''[[Zeenews]]'' reported him as saying that he was not "a political person but was concerned for the development of Purvanchal region of Uttar Pradesh." His interest was in developing that region and he had "submitted my development proposals to industrialist Anil Ambani".<ref>{{cite news |url=http://zeenews.india.com/states/2009-01-08/496899news.html |title=Bhojpuri actor Manoj Tiwari to contest LS polls from Gorakhpur |publisher=Zeenews |date=7 January 2009 |accessdate=2012-01-05}}</ref> He lost to [[Yogi Adityanath]].<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.indian-elections.com/keycontenders/manoj-tiwari.html |title=Manoj Tiwari,Samajwadi party, Gorakhpur, UP, Key Contenders for India Election 2009}}</ref>

His house in [[Mumbai]] was allegedly attacked in November 2009 by a group of people angry with remarks that they claimed he had made about [[Shiv Sena]]. Tiwari denied having made any comment on the matter, which revolved around a dispute between the Shiv Sena leader, [[Bal Thackeray]], and the Indian cricketer [[Sachin Tendulkar]].<ref>{{cite news |newspaper=The Times of India |url=http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2009-11-17/mumbai/28110529_1_manoj-tiwari-residence-of-bhojpuri-singer-sachin-tendulkar |date=17 November 2009 |agency=PTI |title=Manoj Tiwari's residence attacked in Mumbai |accessdate=2012-01-05}}</ref>

In January 2011 ''[[Mid-Day]]'' reported that the BJP might invite him to join their party and that the association with him would assist their electoral efforts among North Indians. Tiwari dismissed the story as being hypothetical, although he would consider his options should an invitation emerge. He had been seen with BJP leaders at an event and had expressed admiration for [[Shatrughan Sinha]], the [[BJP]] MP for [[Patna]].<ref>{{cite news |title=Manoj Tiwari sees saffron |first=Varun |last=Singh |date=29 January 2011 |url=http://www.mid-day.com/news/2011/jan/290111-Manoj-Tiwari-BJP-ticket-elections-North-Indian-population.htm |publisher=Mid-Day |accessdate=2012-01-05}}</ref>

Tiwari was among the first celebrities to make an appearance in support of [[Ramdev|Ramdev's]] hunger strike at the [[Baba_Ramdev and Ramlila ground protests#Ramdev.27s ground protests at Ramlila Maidan|Ramlila Ground protests]] on 4 June 2011. He sang various patriotic songs to the gathered protestors and claimed that he had ceased filming for a month in order to join the protest.<ref>{{cite news |publisher=The Hindu Business Line |url=http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/industry-and-economy/economy/article2076332.ece |date=4 June 2011 |agency=PTI |title=Bhojpuri superstar Manoj Tiwari joins Ramdev's campaign against black money |accessdate=2011-01-05}}</ref> In August of that year he was involved in protests surrounding the arrest of [[Anna Hazare]], of whose popular anti-corruption movement he approved.<ref>{{cite news |first=Giridhar |last=Jha |date=16 August 2011 |title=Bhojpuri film stars rally round Anna; Nitish decries arrest as 'rehearsal of Emergency' |publisher=India Today |accessdate=2012-01-05}}</ref>

He won the North East Delhi (Lok Sabha constituency) in the 2014 Indian general elections from BJP

Manoj Tiwari awarded as MP OF THE YEAR 2017 by [[Dainik Prayukti]]<ref>{{cite news|title=कुरियन,केजरीवाल,राव को प्रयुक्ति पुरस्कार|url=http://www.univarta.com/news/india/story/1080285.html|accessdate=5 January 2018|agency=UNI VARTA|publisher=UNI VARTA}}</ref>

==Support for cricket==
Tiwari is a keen supporter of cricket and played for [[Banaras Hindu University]]. He has tried to buy the franchise for an [[Indian Premier League]] team in order to boost the sport in his home region and is also involved with [[Kirti Azad|Kirti Azad's]] Association of Bihar Cricket, a body that is campaigning to be recognised by the [[Board of Control for Cricket in India|BCCI]] as the official organisation for Bihar cricket.<ref name=IndiaToday20110411>{{cite news |first=Giridhar |last=Jha |date=11 April 2011 |title=Bhojpuri actor Manoj Tiwari plans temple for Team India |url=http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/bhojpuri-actor-manoj-tiwari-plans-a-temple-tribute-for-team-india/1/134912.html |publisher=India Today |accessdate=2011-01-05}}</ref>

He has also announced that he would built a temple dedicated to [[2011 Cricket World Cup]] winning team in his home village.<ref name="IndiaToday20110411"/> He also plans to construct a world class cricket stadium in his home town, in Kaimur district.<ref name=BiharPrabha>{{cite news |title=Manoj Tiwari to build International Cricket Stadium at Kaimur |date=21 December 2011 |url=http://www.news.biharprabha.com/2011/12/manoj-tiwari-to-build-international-cricket-stadium-at-kaimur/ |publisher=Biharprabha |accessdate=2012-01-05}}</ref>

==Selected filmography==

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==References==
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==External links==
*{{Official website|http://manojtiwari.in/}}
* {{IMDb name|id=2486220|name=Manoj Tiwari}}

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Bigg Boss 4

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==Housemates==
 
==Housemates==
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* [[Aanchal Kumar]] - Model
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* [[Abbas Kazmi]] - [[Ajmal Kasab|Ajmal Kasab 's]] renowned Lawyer
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* [[Ashmit Patel]] - Bollywood actor
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* [[Ali Saleem]] - Pakistani TV anchor
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* Devinder (Bunty Chor) - who has been accused of robbery and was on the most wanted list of the Delhi police. [[Dibakar Banerjee]] has made a film on him, ''[[Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye!]]'', where Abhay Deol played the protagonist.<ref name="indexp389536">{{cite web |url=http://www.indianexpress.com/news/i-want-to-retain-my-individuality-abhay-deo/389536/ |title=I want to retain my individuality: Abhay Deol |date=23 October 2008 |work=[[Indian Express]]}}</ref>
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* [[Hrishant Goswami]] - Model
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* [[Manoj Tiwari]] - Bhojpuri actor and politician
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* [[Rahul Bhatt]] - Actor.<ref name="autogenerated5">{{cite web |url=http://www.hindustantimes.com/News-Feed/india/Who-s-Rahul-Bhatt/Article1-475931.aspx |title=Who is Rahul Bhatt? |date=13 November 2009 |work=[[The Hindustan Times]] |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20101009032129/http://www.hindustantimes.com/News-Feed/india/Who-s-Rahul-Bhatt/Article1-475931.aspx |archivedate=9 October 2010 |df=dmy }}</ref>
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* Sakshi Pradhan - Reality TV Star. She is the winner of the second season of the reality show ''[[Splitsvilla]]''.
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* [[Samir Soni]] - Bollywood actor
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* [[Sara Khan (TV actress)|Sara Khan]] - TV Actress.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.bollywoodmantra.com/news/sara-khan-chunky-pandey-on-bigg-boss-4/6152/|title=Sara Khan of Bidaai fame to enter Bigg Boss house this year!|accessdate=4 August 2010}}</ref> Sara is the youngest of all the contestants from this season. She rose the fame of Sadhana from the [[Star Plus]] popular show ''[[Sapna Babul Ka...Bidaai]]''.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://scrutinybykhimaanshu.blogspot.co.uk/2010/12/sara-evicted-from-bigg-boss.html|title=Bigg Boss 4: Sara Khan evicted!|accessdate=10 December 2010}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.rediff.com/movies/slide-show/slide-show-1-sara-khan-talks-about-her-big-boss-experience/20101213.htm|title='Bigg Boss doesn't need gimmicks to boost TRPs': Sara Khan|accessdate=13 December 2010}}</ref>
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* [[Seema Parihar]] - Indian politician.<ref>{{cite web|title=Seema Parihar has acted in film before Bigg Boss|url=http://www.mid-day.com/entertainment/2010/nov/261110-Seema-Parihar-Bigg-Boss-The-Bandit-Queen.htm|publisher=Mid-Day|accessdate=3 December 2010}}</ref>
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* [[Shweta Tiwari]] - Indian television star.<ref>{{cite web|title=Exclusive: Meet the Bigg Boss 4 contestants|url=http://movies.rediff.com/report/2010/oct/02/exclusive-meet-bigg-boss-4-contestants.htm|publisher=[[Rediff]]|accessdate=18 December 2010|date=2 October 2010}}</ref> Shweta is well known for playing the famous role of Prerna in the popular [[Ekta Kapoor]] longest running serial ''[[Kasautii Zindagii Kay]]'' which aired on [[Star Plus]].<ref>[http://frontierindia.net/big-boss-4-shweta-tiwari-is-the-winner Big Boss 4 : Shweta Tiwari is the winner]. Frontierindia.net (8 January 2011). Retrieved on 13 November 2011.</ref>
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* [[Veena Malik|Princess Veena Malik]] - Pakistani actress and model. She is related with
   
===Aanchal Kumar===
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[[Aanchal Kumar]] is an Indian model and has done cameo roles in ''[[Bluffmaster!]]'' and ''[[Fashion (film)|Fashion]]''.<ref>{{cite web|title=Anchal Kumar - Profile|url=http://bb4.in.com/bigg-boss-4-housemate-aanchal-kumar-14.html|publisher=bb4.in.com|accessdate=21 November 2010}}</ref>
 
 
===Abbas Kazmi===
 
[[Abbas Kazmi]] is a professional criminal lawyer famous for being the lawyer representing [[Mohammed Ajmal Amir Kasab]], who was accused in the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks.<ref name="autogenerated3">{{cite news |url=http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Abbas-Kazmi-Kasabs-lawyer-sacked/articleshow/5283991.cms#ixzz11JqRBCSY |title=Abbas Kazmi, Kasab's lawyer sacked |date=30 November 2009 |work=[[Times of India]] |deadurl=yes}} {{Dead link|date=May 2011|bot=RjwilmsiBot}}</ref>
 
 
===Ashmit Patel===
 
[[Ashmit Patel]] is an actor who works in Hindi films. His sister is [[Ameesha Patel]], also a film actor. His popular films include ''[[Murder (2004 film)|Murder]]'' and ''[[Silsilay]]''.
 
 
===Begum (Ali Saleem)===
 
[[Ali Saleem]] is a Pakistani television host, actor, scriptwriter and impressionist. He cross-dresses as a woman wearing a sari and asks influential guests provocative questions in his show ''Late Night with Begum Nawazish Ali''.
 
 
===Devender (Bunty)===
 
Devender (Bunty) has been accused of robbery and was on the most wanted list of the Delhi police. [[Dibakar Banerjee]] has made a film on him, ''[[Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye!]]'', where Abhay Deol played the protagonist.<ref name="autogenerated5">{{cite web |url=http://www.indianexpress.com/news/i-want-to-retain-my-individuality-abhay-deo/389536/ |title=I want to retain my individuality: Abhay Deol |date=23 October 2008 |work=[[Indian Express]]}}</ref>
 
 
===Dolly Bindra===
 
[[Dolly Bindra]] is a television actress. She featured in the serial ''Mere Apne'' on 9x channel and ''Hum Sab Ek Hain'' on Sony. She has also done few supporting roles in films like ''[[Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya]]?''. She entered the Bigg Boss house on Day 21 as the second wild card entry.
 
 
===Hrishant Goswami===
 
[[Hrishant Goswami]] is an Indian model and winner of 2004 gladrags manhunt contest
 
 
===Khali===
 
[[The Great Khali|Khali]] (Dalip Singh Rana) is an Indian professional wrestler and a former power-lifter who won Mr. India title in 1995 and 1996. Khali is currently signed to [[World Wrestling Entertainment]] competing on its SmackDown Brand. He also served as a police officer in the state of Punjab. He entered the Bigg Boss house on Day 13 as the first wild card entry.
 
 
===Manoj Tiwari===
 
[[Manoj Tiwari]] is a film actor, singer and director who acts in [[Bhojpuri]] films. He has appeared in over 30 Bhojpuri language films.
 
 
===Rahul Bhatt===
 
[[Rahul Bhatt]] is an Indian fitness trainer and a film actor. The son of film director [[Mahesh Bhatt]], Rahul gained unwitting notoriety in 2009, following revelations that [[David Headley]], one of those held responsible for the 2008 Mumbai attacks, had befriended him.<ref name="autogenerated5">{{cite web |url=http://www.hindustantimes.com/News-Feed/india/Who-s-Rahul-Bhatt/Article1-475931.aspx |title=Who is Rahul Bhatt? |date=13 November 2009 |work=[[The Hindustan Times]]}}</ref>
 
 
===Sakshi Pradhan===
 
Sakshi Pradhan is the winner of the second season of the reality show ''[[Splitsvilla]]''.
 
 
===Samir Soni===
 
[[Samir Soni]] is a television and film actor. He started his career as a model and made his acting debut in Doordarshan's ''A Mouthful of Sky'' (1996). He made his film debut opposite actress [[Mamta Kulkarni]] in ''China Gate'' (1998).
 
 
===Sara Khan===
 
[[Sara Khan]] is a model and actress. She rose to fame for her character, Sadhna, in ''[[Sapna Babul Ka......Bidaai]]''.
 
 
===Seema Parihar===
 
[[Seema Parihar]] is a former woman bandit and a member of the Indian political party, [[Samajwadi Party]].<ref name="autogenerated4">{{cite news |url=http://www.hindu.com/2006/12/29/stories/2006122906531700.htm |title=Seema Parihar may contest polls |date=29 December 2006 |work=[[The Hindu]] |location=Chennai, India}}</ref> She has also acted in ''Wounded'' – a film based on her real-life story.<ref>{{cite web|title=Seema Parihar has acted in film before Bigg Boss|url=http://www.mid-day.com/entertainment/2010/nov/261110-Seema-Parihar-Bigg-Boss-The-Bandit-Queen.htm|publisher=Mid-Day|accessdate=3 December 2010}}</ref>
 
 
===Shweta Tiwari===
 
[[Shweta Tiwari]] is a television and film actress. Her claim to fame is for the role of Prerna in Balaji Telefilms's television serial ''[[Kasautii Zindagii Kay]]''.
 
 
===Veena Malik===
 
[[Veena Malik]] is a Pakistani actress, model and comedian.
 
 
==Features of Bigg Boss 4==
 
 
===Wild Card Entry===
 
 
*On 14 October, it was announced that the WWE wrestler, [[The Great Khali]] is going to replace Devender (Bunty), who was ejected from the house on day 2 for bad behavior and breaching of house rules.
 
*On 14 October, it was announced that the WWE wrestler, [[The Great Khali]] is going to replace Devender (Bunty), who was ejected from the house on day 2 for bad behavior and breaching of house rules.
*On 25 October, Dolly Bindra entered the Bigg Boss house.
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*On 25 October, Dolly Bindra entered the ''Bigg Boss'' house and on 27 November, Dolly made a return to the ''Bigg Boss'' house as a wild card entry.<ref>{{cite web|title=JUST IN: Dolly's dramatic entry inside the Bigg Boss' house|url=http://ibnlive.in.com/news/just-in-dollys-dramatic-entry-inside-the-bigg-boss-house/135992-44.html|publisher=IBNLive|accessdate=28 November 2010}}</ref>
*On 27 November, Dolly made a return to the Bigg Boss house as a wild card entry.<ref>{{cite web|title=JUST IN: Dolly's dramatic entry inside the Bigg Boss' house|url=http://ibnlive.in.com/news/just-in-dollys-dramatic-entry-inside-the-bigg-boss-house/135992-44.html|publisher=IBNLive|accessdate=28 November 2010}}</ref>
 
 
===Captain of the House===
 
Every week, one person was announced by the Bigg Boss as the ''Captain of the House''. He received all privileges, such as staying in the Elite Bedroom, exemption from nominations for that week, and the right to nominate directly one person in the house regardless of the other members' nominations. Other members had to wash his/her clothes and vessels, and cook food for him, among other duties. He/she was the king of the house for that week. This is similar to the Head of Household position in other Big Brother series around the world.
 
 
===Delights Bedroom===
 
This is the new feature added to ''Bigg Boss 4''. Delights Bedroom is a big room inside the common bedroom. Though all the other members will live in the common room, only ''The captain of the House'' will have access to this room and will get a key for this room to keep his/her stuff and lock it. This is similar to the Head of Household room in other Big Brothers around the world.
 
   
 
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* On 1 January 2011, [[Dharmendra]] and [[Bobby Deol]] came on the show for the promotion of their film, ''[[Yamla Pagla Deewana]]''.<ref>{{cite web|title=Dharmendra in Big Boss|url=http://thebihartimes.com/dharmendra-in-big-boss/10121260/2010/12/31.html|work=Bihar Times|accessdate=2 January 2011}}</ref>
 
* On 8 January 2011, [[Kangna Ranaut]] and [[R. Madhavan|Madhavan]] came on the show for promoting their film, ''[[Tanu Weds Manu]]''.
 
* On 8 January 2011, [[Kangna Ranaut]] and [[R. Madhavan|Madhavan]] came on the show for promoting their film, ''[[Tanu Weds Manu]]''.
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Hrishant Goswami

Posted: 10 Jan 2018 11:28 AM PST

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| nationality = Indian
| birth_date = {{Birth year and age|1985}}<ref name="trib_TheT"/><ref>{{Cite web | title = I wasn't in for a relationship, especially with Veena: Hrishant | agency = IANS | work = Mid-day | date = 29 November 2010 | accessdate = 2016-08-29 | url = http://www.mid-day.com/articles/i-wasnt-in-for-a-relationship-especially-with-veena-hrishant/103970}}</ref>
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'''Hrishant Goswami''' (born 1985) is an Indian model known for his participation in reality television show, ''[[Bigg Boss 4]]''. In addition to advertising campaigns, Goswami is winner of the 2004 [[Gladrags Manhunt Contest]].<ref>{{Citation| title = Hrishant Goswami Biography| url = http://www.in.com/hrishant-goswami/biography-1949505.html| accessdate = 2013-08-23}}</ref>

== Early life ==
Hailing from [[Jammu and Kashmir]], Goswami studied in the United States and Nigeria.<ref name="trib_TheT">{{Cite web | last = Sadosh | first = Raj | title = Bigg Boss star wants media to focus on corruption | work = The Tribune, Chandigarh, India | date = 27 December 2010 | accessdate = 2016-08-29 | url = http://www.tribuneindia.com/2010/20101227/bathinda.htm#4 }}</ref>

== ''Bigg Boss 4'' ==
Goswami stayed in the ''[[Bigg Boss]]'' house for eight weeks before eviction. On the show, he remained one of the most talked about contestants, because of his alleged affair with fellow contestant, [[Veena Malik]].<ref>{{Citation| title = I am happily single, says model Hrishant Goswami – Entertainment – DNA| url = http://www.dnaindia.com/entertainment/1473226/report-i-am-happily-single-says-model-hrishant-goswami| accessdate = 2013-08-23}}</ref>

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Ali Saleem

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'''Ali Saleem''' ([[Urdu]]: '''علی سلیم'''), best known by his alter-ego '''Begum Nawazish Ali''', is a [[Pakistan]]i [[television]] host, actor, scriptwriter and [[Impressionist (entertainment)|impressionist]]. He became a contestant in [[Bigg Boss 4]] in 2010. He broke into the mainstream audiences through his impersonations of late prime minister [[Benazir Bhutto]], and later playing the [[cross-dress]]ing '''Begum Nawazish Ali''' on various television channels, including the [[AAJ TV|Aaj TV]] network, [[Dawn News]] and [[Geo TV]] network. His alter ego of Begum Nawazish Ali has now become his primary persona as he rarely appears as the male Ali Saleem. He is a bisexual man born to a retired colonel father in [[Pakistan Army]]<ref name="CITEREFSFGate">{{cite news
|url = http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/c/a/2006/05/17/MNG5KIT1E71.DTL
|title = Pakistan's late night, cross-dressing TV star
|publisher = [[San Francisco Chronicle]]
|accessdate = 2008-05-07
| first=Declan
| last=Walsh
|date=17 May 2006}}</ref>
and his wife, a former government official.

Biologically born a male, Ali has sometimes called himself gay,<ref name="CITEREFWashBlade1">{{cite web
|url=http://www.washblade.com/2008/4-4/arts/television/12352.cfm?CFID=12514443&CFTOKEN=79664821
|title=Pakistan's drag star
|publisher=The Washington Blade
|accessdate=2008-05-07
|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20080501220639/http://www.washblade.com/2008/4-4/arts/television/12352.cfm
|archivedate=1 May 2008
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bisexual<ref name="CITEREFTopNews1">{{cite web
|url = http://www.topnews.in/pakistani-begum-nawazish-ali-host-indian-tv-28801
|title = Begum Nawazish Ali to Host on Indian TV
|publisher = TopNews India
|accessdate = 2008-05-07}}</ref>
or at other times even a transsexual.<ref>{{cite web
|url = http://www.mirror.co.uk/showbiz/tv/todaystv/2007/07/31/saira-khan-s-pakistan-adventure-89520-19547252/
|title = Saira Khan's Pakistan Adventure
|publisher = The [[Daily Mirror]]
|accessdate = 2008-05-07}}</ref>

==Early life and being Ali Benazir==
Born in [[Islamabad]] to a colonel in the Pakistan Army.<ref name="CITEREFSFGate"/>
From a young age, he desired and fantasized about being a woman.<ref name="CITEREFNewsline1">{{cite web
|url=http://www.newsline.com.pk/NewsJan2006/startrekjan.htm
|title=Star-trek: "I get to have the best of both worlds," Ali Saleem
|author=Rehan, Sohema
|publisher=Newsline Pakistan
|accessdate=2008-05-07
|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20080401055345/http://www.newsline.com.pk/NewsJan2006/startrekjan.htm
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It was in his teens that he got to do a play for Yasmeen Ismail at the Arts Council clad in a [[burqa]] offering the audience with his monologue that people saw his inner lady come out. They would flock him and ask him in disbelief of how a child can impersonate a woman older than his age. Ali now says that because his audience was older than his age then, he felt he matured earlier. Ali took his early life education from Cadet College Hasanabdal, Attock and later went to [[Froebel's International School]] for A'level<ref name="CITEREFNewsline1"/>

His breakthrough in the entertainment industry came when he started imitating his childhood heroine, the former Prime Minister of Pakistan [[Benazir Bhutto]],<ref name="CITEREFWashBlade1"/> from the way she talked to the way she dressed. So loved were his performances that on the occasion of [[Zohaib Hassan]]'s ''[[dholki]]'', Bhutto herself asked Ali to impersonate her. Zohaib's sister [[Nazia Hassan|Nazia]] had warned Ali not imitate the prime minister. But, eventually, when asked he even made the prime minister Benazir Bhutto burst out in laughter and appreciated the performance.<ref name="CITEREFNewsline1"/>

==Birth of Begum Nawazish Ali==
His father and mother would soon seek a divorce, during which Ali had to come to the city of [[Karachi]]. There he came to terms with Imran Aslam, a political satire writer who would tell him of a television channel in the pipeline, that would later be called [[Geo TV]].<ref name="CITEREFNewsline1"/> Ali's Benazir impressions were famous among his friends and Imran told him to take it to the airways with the television channel once it got aired. A show dealing with political humour around the time of election in the country aptly named ''Hum Sub Umeed Se Hai'' (idiomatically translated as We Are All Expecting (Pregnant), but meant to translate as We Are All Hopeful) showed people impersonating the election candidates. Ali did his Benazir act there for the first time on [[television]].<ref name="CITEREFNewsline1"/>

After a while with the act, Ali came to realise that the act alone would not shape his career and he had to do more with his talent. It was from this very act that Ali gained the nickname ''BB'' or ''bibi'' meaning lady in [[Urdu]].<ref name="CITEREFNewsline1"/> Omar Adil, an orthopaedic surgeon by profession, doctor to [[Noor Jehan|Madam Noor Jehan]], was a close friend of his. With an extensive research into Pakistani cinema under his belt and ties to multiple television channels, the doctor suggested Ali with the idea of having a [[Drag (clothing)|dragged]]-up character as a host for a talk show.<ref name="CITEREFWashBlade1"/> Thus, Begum Nawazish was born.

==''Late Night with Begum Nawazish Ali''==
Ali cross-dresses as a woman wearing a [[sari]] and asks influential guests provocative questions in his show ''[[#Late Night with Begum Nawazish Ali|Late Night with Begum Nawazish Ali]]''. He would invite two guests at a time to be interviewed. The name Begum Nawazish Ali was suggested by Dr. Adil talking of his neighbour with the same name, wife to a colonel. Ali could relate strongly to this persona as an alter ego. The facts that the Begum they created lived a wealthy life living off the money of her late armyman husband and was a socialite, bore resemblance to the life Ali himself had lived in his earlier days.<ref name="CITEREFNewsline1"/> The rights to the show were sold to [[AAJ TV|Aaj TV]] where the show airs every Saturday night.

===Courting controversy===
The show has invited the likes of business tycoons, industrialists, actors and actresses, government and religious leaders. Begum would flirt with any one of the male guests "using suggestive banter and sexual innuendo".<ref name="CITEREFNYT1">{{cite news
|url = https://www.nytimes.com/2007/01/03/world/asia/03karachi.html?n=Top/Reference/Times%20Topics/Subjects/S/Sex
|title = When She Speaks, He's Breaking All Of Islam's Taboos
|author= Masood, Salman
|date = 3 January 2007
|publisher = [[The New York Times]]
|accessdate = 2008-05-07}}</ref>
It's just this use of gestures and acts that Begum has earned a nasty reputation amongst the more fundamentalist ideals of the religious leaders (where some are even amused by his show)<ref>{{cite news
|url = http://www.latimes.com/news/nationworld/columnone/la-fg-begum22jan22,0,172770.story
|title = He gave Pakistan her voice
|publisher = [[Los Angeles Times]]
|accessdate = 2008-05-07
|first=Bruce
|last=Wallace
|date=22 January 2008}}</ref><ref name="CITEREFGayDragRatings">{{cite web
|url = http://www.gay.com/news/article.html?2007/02/06/3
|title = Drag-queen host tops Pakistan TV ratings
|publisher = Gay.com
|accessdate = 2008-05-07}}</ref>
but has still ventured into the hearts and minds of the younger generations. While talking of taboo topics like "sex" in Pakistan where it is strictly off-limits even trying to mention it, Ali has been spared a backlash only because when on-the-air he is personifying a woman. Women, however, say that they are still afraid to do what Ali is doing on the show.<ref name="CITEREFNYT1"/>

Where television talk shows in Pakistan are reluctant to take on criticism for the military backed Pakistani government, Begum had always been critical of a general seated as a president.<ref name="CITEREFNYT1"/> Due to these critical claims, former Pakistani President [[Pervez Musharraf]] was opposed to the show's airing. This fair bit of opposition led to the temporary closure of the show.{{Citation needed|reason=2008-05-07|date=May 2008}} Offers however extended from across the border in [[India]] for a follow-up of the show by the name ''Begum''.<ref>{{cite web
|url = http://www.dnaindia.com/report.asp?newsid=1138239
|title = Being Begum Nawazish Ali!
|publisher = Daily News and Analysis (DNA)
|accessdate = 2008-05-07}}</ref>
The reformatted show aired 26 episodes with Indian celebrities on the channel [[9X (TV channel)|9X]] from India.<ref>{{cite web
|url = http://www.9xtv.in/begam_main.htm
|title = Begum – 9X
|publisher = INX Networks
|accessdate = 2008-05-07}}</ref>

== ''The Late, Late Show With Ali Saleem'' ==
Ali Saleem joined DawnNews with his latest show ''The Late, Late Show with Ali Saleem''. Ali Saleem will be hosting the show as himself. The first episode is to be aired on Saturday 26 March 2016. Humayun Saeed, Nadeem Baig and Mehwish Hayat appeared as guests on the first episode.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://images.dawn.com/news/1175046/bye-bye-begum-ali-saleem-sheds-his-famous-avatar-on-his-new-late-night-talk-show|title=Bye bye Begum: Ali Saleem sheds his famous avatar on his new late night talk show|last=Staff|first=Images|date=2016-03-26|website=images.dawn.com|access-date=2016-03-26}}</ref>

==Property disputes with mother==
Reportedly on 26 May 2011 Ali Saleem's mother Farzana Saleem called the capital city police and told them that her son has been torturing her. She was immediately taken to the hospital with a broken nose and other injuries on her body while Ali Saleem was taken to police station.<ref>{{cite web |url = http://www.apnadesi.org/2011/05/ali-saleem-aka-begum-nawazish-beats-up.html
|title = Ali Saleem beats up his mom over property disputes
|publisher = Apna Desi News
|accessdate = 2011-05-31}}</ref> Ali told media personal that there was some dispute going on within the family about property.

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==References==
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== External links ==
* [http://www.washblade.com/2008/4-4/arts/television/12352.cfm?CFID=12514443&CFTOKEN=79664821 ''Washington Blade'' John-Manuel Andriote interviews Saleem Ali]
* [http://newsweek.washingtonpost.com/postglobal/america/2007/08/begum_nawazish_ali_drag_queen.html#more ''Washington Post'' contributor Amar Bakshi interviews Begum Nawazish Ali in Pakistan]
* [https://web.archive.org/web/20070328202753/http://www.newsline.com.pk/NewsJan2006/startrekjan.htm Interview – Ali Saleem]
* [http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2006/04/22/wpak22.xml&sSheet=/news/2006/04/22/ixworld.html How Pakistan's 'Dame Edna' has upset Musharraf]
*[http://www.dawn.com/weekly/images/archive/070624/images2.htm DAWN.com]

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Aanchal Kumar

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'''Aanchal Kumar''' (born 24 October 1979) is an Indian [[Model (people)|model]] and actress. She is well known for her cameo roles in ''[[Bluffmaster!]]''<ref>[http://www.unusualattractions.com/aanchal-kumar-hottest-pictures/ '''Bluffmaster!''', '''Aanchal Kumar''', April 15, 2015]</ref> and ''[[Fashion (2008 film)|Fashion]]''. She was a contestant on ''[[Bigg Boss 4]]'' in 2010.
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In 1999, Aanchal Kumar won the Gladrags Mega Model Contest.<ref>http://www.webindia123.com/personality/women/anchal_kumar/anchal.htm</ref> Soon after, she received a number of commercial assignments for companies such as Rexona, Sunsilk, and Bombay Dyeing.
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She has also done few music videos which includes Jagjit Singh's 'Aaina' and Hans Raj Hans's 'Mukhra Tumahra'.<ref name="live">http://www.liveindia.com/big_boss_4/index.html</ref>
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Aanchal appeared in [[Bigg Boss (season 4)]] which is the Indian version of popular British show The Big Brother. She was voted out on the sixth week.<ref>http://www.liveindia.com/big_boss_4/index.html</ref>
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'''''Kung Fu Fighter''''' is a 2013 Chinese [[action film]]. It was directed by Dragon Chen. It stars Dragon Chen, Liu Hailong, Wang Linna and Lam Wai.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://chinesemov.com/2013/Kung-Fu-Fighter.html|title=Kung Fu Fighter (2013)|publisher=Chinesemov.com|accessdate=7 October 2014}}</ref>
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'''''Kung Fu Fighter''''' is a 2013 Chinese action film, directed by Dragon Chen. It stars Dragon Chen, Liu Hailong, Wang Linna and Lam Wai.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://chinesemov.com/2013/Kung-Fu-Fighter.html|title=Kung Fu Fighter (2013)|publisher=Chinesemov.com|accessdate=7 October 2014}}</ref>
   
 
==Plot==
 
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Chen Lin-dong is a struggling martial art player who is having a hard life with his fiancee Ke Lin. He promises her a good life but cannot afford it.
Chen Lin-dong is a struggling martial art player who is having a hard life with his fiancee Ke Lin. He promises her a good life but couldnot afford with his spiring with Li Qi, a movie actor.
 
   
Unable to earn a reasonable money he begins to act as a stunt men for Qi, who realise that Lin-dong is the Fung, murderer of his brother Li Wu. Qi and director Li try to frame and kill Lin-dong during the shooting. But to the dismay of Qi, Lin-dong saves the grand daughter of producer Mr. Huang, who offer him the role of lead actor in his next venture.
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Unable to earn reasonable money, he begins to act as a stunt men for actor Qi, who realises that Lin-dong is the Fung, the murderer of his brother Li Wu. Qi and director Li try to frame and kill Lin-dong during the shooting. But to the dismay of Qi, Lin-dong saves the grand daughter of producer Mr. Huang, who offers him the role of lead actor in his next venture.
   
As Lin-dong progresses to his stardom, he fakes Ke as the house-maid to Huang who tries to partner him with his niece Alice. As Alice starts to get close with Lin-dong, Lin being shocked goes for a date with another guy. Lin-dong try to persuade Lin but she infuriatingly return to the village.
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In course of time, an American martial art player Peter shows up challenging the Chinese counterparts. Despite Huang's repeated denial, Lin-dong sets up a fight with Peter. Lin-dong loses the fight and he loses his fame. Lin-dong sets for his home where Ke is taking care of his old father.
   
In course of time, an American martial art player Peter shows up challenging the Chinese counterparts. Despite Huang repeated denial, Lin-dong set a fight with Peter. Lin-dong loses the fight which pokes Alice and he loses his fame. Lin-dong sets for his home where Ke is taking care of his old father.
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For one year, Lin-dong and Lin are leading a happy life. But one day, Peter again challenges the best kung fu fighter of China. Qi tries to stop Peter but gets his leg broken. Lin-dong returns to the city and accepts Peter's challenge and defeats him. Lin-dong and Ke get married and Lin-dong continues his acting career.
 
For one year, Lin-dong and Lin are leading a happy life. But one day, Peter again challenges the best kung fu fighter of China. Qi tries to stop Peter but get his leg broken. Lin-dong returns to the city and accept Peter's challenge just to defeat him. Lin-dong and Ke get married and Lin-dong continues his acting career.
 
   
 
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Abbas Kazmi

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'''Abbas Kazmi''' (born 18 May 1955<ref name=Profile>{{cite web|url=http://abbaskazmi.com/profile.html |title=Abbas Kazmi Profile |accessdate=8 February 2012}}</ref>) is a criminal lawyer who received wide media coverage for representing [[Ajmal Kasab]], the prime accused in the [[2008 Mumbai attacks|26/11 Mumbai terror attacks]]. He was a participant in [[Bigg Boss]].

==Biography==
Kazmi first came to Mumbai as an aspiring actor and worked in a few films such as ''Anjaan Rahen'', with [[Feroz Khan (actor, born 1939)|Feroz Khan]] and [[Asha Parekh]], and ''Jugnoo'', with [[Dharmendra]] and [[Hema Malini]]. He found little success in acting and so decided to go into law practice.<ref name=Cast/>

After graduating in 1980 from [[K.C. College|K.C. College, Mumbai]],<ref name=Cast/> Kazmi moved to [[Jeddah]], Saudi Arabia. There he worked as a financial advisor. He moved back to Mumbai in 1993 and soon represented several suspects in the [[1993 Mumbai bombings|1993 Mumbai bomb blast]] case. Other clients of his include [[Samajwadi Party]] leader [[Abu Asim Azmi]]<ref name=Life/> and suspects in the case of [[Gulshan Kumar]]'s murder.<ref name=Cast>{{cite web|url=http://www.indianexpress.com/news/26-11-the-courtroom-cast/494129/0 |title=26/11 The courtroom cast |date=26 July 2009 |author=Mustafa Plumber |publisher= ''[[Indian Express]]'' |accessdate=9 February 2012}}</ref>

Kazmi was married in 1985. He has two daughters and one son.<ref name=Life>{{cite web|url=http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2009-04-17/mumbai/28021434_1_abbas-kazmi-serial-blasts-child-abuse-case |title='26/11 was despicable, but I have a job to do' |publisher=''[[Times of India]]'' |date=17 April 2009 |author=Kartikeya |author2=Swati Deshpande |accessdate=9 February 2012}}</ref>

==2008 Mumbai attack case==
{{Main|2008 Mumbai attacks}}
In April 2009, Kazmi was appointed as the [[defence lawyer]] in the trial of the main accused in the Mumbai attack, [[Ajmal Kasab|Kasab]].<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.hindu.com/2009/04/17/stories/2009041760571300.htm |title=Ajmal 'Kasab' gets a new lawyer |publisher=''[[The Hindu]]'' |date=17 April 2009 |accessdate= 9 February 2012}}</ref> The previously appointed lawyer, Anjali Waghmare,<ref>{{cite web|url=http://ia.rediff.com/news/2009/apr/01mumterror-anjali-waghmare-will-represent-kasab.htm |title=26/11 case: Anjali Waghmare will represent Kasab |date=1 April 2009 |accessdate=9 February 2012}}</ref> was removed from the case due to conflict of interest: she was also representing a victim in the same case.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2009-04-15/india/28044022_1_advocate-anjali-waghmare-k-p-pawar-mohammad-ajmal-kasab |title=Anjali Waghmare removed as Kasab's lawyer |date=15 April 2009 |publisher=''[[Times of India]]'' |accessdate=9 February 2012}}</ref> Kasab had asked for Pakistani lawyers to represent him at his trial, but a lack of response from Pakistani officials and the resulting delay resulted in Kazmi's appointment.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://news.rediff.com/report/2009/apr/15/mumterror-smiling-kasab-demands-pakistani-lawyer.htm |title=Smiling Kasab demands Pakistani lawyer |publisher=''[[Rediff.com]]'' |date=15 April 2009 |accessdate=9 February 2012}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://news.outlookindia.com/items.aspx?artid=658299 |title=After Waghmare Kasab Wants a Pakistani Lawyer |publisher=''[[Outlook India]]'' |date=15 April 2009 |accessdate=9 February 2012 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20140502000643/http://news.outlookindia.com/items.aspx?artid=658299 |archivedate=2 May 2014 }}</ref> In various interviews, Kazmi made his position clear by saying that he will defend his client to perform his professional duty sincerely.<ref name=Life/><ref name=Big>{{cite web|url=http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2010-10-12/tv/28259314_1_kasab-toh-lawyer |author=Divya Pal |title=People are angry with me for Kasab: Kazmi |publisher=''[[Times of India]]'' |date=12 October 2010 |accessdate=9 February 2012}}</ref>

During the case proceedings, Kazmi tried explaining to Kasab the seriousness of the case against him. Kazmi stated: "I tried explaining it to him including the extent of the punishment he faces but he failed to see the gravity of the situation".<ref>{{cite web|url=http://ibnlive.in.com/news/court-appoints-abbas-kazmi-as-kasabs-new-lawyer/90394-3.html |title=Court appoints Abbas Kazmi as Kasab's lawyer |date=16 April 2009 |publisher=''[[IBN Live]]'' |accessdate=8 February 2012}}</ref> Kazmi was provided police security during the trial. On 6 May 2010, Kasab was sentenced to death by the court;<ref>{{cite web|url=http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/south_asia/8664179.stm|title= Mumbai attack gunman Kasab sentenced to death|date=6 May 2010|work=[[BBC News]]|accessdate=7 May 2010| archiveurl= https://web.archive.org/web/20100508141053/http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/south_asia/8664179.stm| archivedate= 8 May 2010 | deadurl= no}}</ref> on 21 February 2011, [[Bombay High Court]] upheld the sentence given by the trial court.<ref>{{cite web |title=26/11: Bombay HC confirms Kasab's death sentence |publisher=''[[Indian Express]]'' |date=21 February 2011 |url= http://www.indianexpress.com/news/26-11-bombay-high-court-confirms-death-to-kasab/752675/0 |accessdate=9 February 2012}}</ref>

Kasab appealed the Bombay High Court's decision in the [[Supreme Court of India]] in October 2011. He claimed at this point that he had been "brainwashed like a robot [to commit the act] in the name of God".<ref name=WikiLeaks>{{cite web|url=http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/wikileaks-ajmal-kasab-us-26-11-mumbai-terrorist-attacks/1/154812.html |title=US wanted Kasab's lawyer to build case for his freedom: WikiLeaks |publisher= ''[[India Today]]'' |date=14 October 2011 |author=Aman Sharma |location=New Delhi |accessdate=8 February 2012}}</ref> Kazmi, however, had dismissed this theory during the trial. According to an American diplomatic cable exposed by [[WikiLeaks]], during Kasab's trial a US diplomat had asked Kazmi to build a case based on a brainwashing plea.<ref name=WikiLeaks /> The unnamed diplomat suggested to the attorney that he call Kasab's parents in Pakistan as witnesses to the assertion. Kazmi declined the request on the basis that there was no money for travel arrangements for Kasab's parents. He also said, "I am an Indian citizen. I am not going to contact anyone in Pakistan."<ref name=WikiLeaks/>

== Bigg Boss ==
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Kazmi appeared in season 4 of the reality show ''Bigg Boss'', the Indian version of ''[[Big Brother (TV series)|Big Brother]]''. He was eliminated in the first week.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2010-10-09/tv/28247616_1_bigg-boss-abbas-kazmi-contestants |title=Abbas Kazmi out of Bigg Boss 4 |publisher=''[[Times of India]]'' |date=9 October 2010 |accessdate=8 February 2012}}</ref>

==See also==
* [[2008 Mumbai attacks]]

== References ==
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== External links ==
* {{Official website|http://abbaskazmi.com}}

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Kung Fu Fighter

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| director = Dragon Chen<br/>Jiang Guoquan
| producer = Ling Zi<br/>Gao Xiojiang<br/>Huang Jianmin<br/>Chen Tianxing<br/>Pi Zhijun
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'''''Kung Fu Fighter''''' is a 2013 Chinese [[action film]]. It was directed by Dragon Chen. It stars Dragon Chen, Liu Hailong, Wang Linna and Lam Wai.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://chinesemov.com/2013/Kung-Fu-Fighter.html|title=Kung Fu Fighter (2013)|publisher=Chinesemov.com|accessdate=7 October 2014}}</ref>

==Plot==
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Chen Lin-dong is a struggling martial art player who is having a hard life with his fiancee Ke Lin. He promises her a good life but couldnot afford with his spiring with Li Qi, a movie actor.

Unable to earn a reasonable money he begins to act as a stunt men for Qi, who realise that Lin-dong is the Fung, murderer of his brother Li Wu. Qi and director Li try to frame and kill Lin-dong during the shooting. But to the dismay of Qi, Lin-dong saves the grand daughter of producer Mr. Huang, who offer him the role of lead actor in his next venture.

As Lin-dong progresses to his stardom, he fakes Ke as the house-maid to Huang who tries to partner him with his niece Alice. As Alice starts to get close with Lin-dong, Lin being shocked goes for a date with another guy. Lin-dong try to persuade Lin but she infuriatingly return to the village.

In course of time, an American martial art player Peter shows up challenging the Chinese counterparts. Despite Huang repeated denial, Lin-dong set a fight with Peter. Lin-dong loses the fight which pokes Alice and he loses his fame. Lin-dong sets for his home where Ke is taking care of his old father.

For one year, Lin-dong and Lin are leading a happy life. But one day, Peter again challenges the best kung fu fighter of China. Qi tries to stop Peter but get his leg broken. Lin-dong returns to the city and accept Peter's challenge just to defeat him. Lin-dong and Ke get married and Lin-dong continues his acting career.

==Cast==
*Dragon Chen as Chen Lin-dong
*Liu Hailong as Li Qi
*Wang Linna as Alice
*Shi Lin as Ke Lin
*Lam Wai as Mr. Huang
*Alexandre Bailly as Peter
*Zhang Liqing
*Liu Yongqi
*Huang Xiheng

==References==
{{Reflist}}

==External links==
* {{IMDb title|3338480}}

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[[Category:Kung fu films]]
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The settlements listed as Former Domesday Manors may now be represented by single buildings of the same name, although some were clearly never greater than this. The term 'lost' is used in cases where the status is uncertain, for some places they are literally lost, as the site is not known. However, for some Lost Settlements an approximate location can be given because modern features and names reflect the original position. In some of these cases the description 'lost' is used to identify original settlements whose location is known because of modern redevelopment of the area but where there is a lack of continuity in habitation. Where a site has no known name, the nearby significant place is given in brackets. Ordnance Survey grid references are given where possible. In a few cases this is for the approximate, rather than precise location.
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Tanaaz Currim

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'''Tanaaz Irani''' (née '''Lal''') is an Indian actress. She has acted in [[Bollywood]] films and Hindi [[television]] serials. She has also been credited as Tanaaz Lal, her maiden name, and Tanaaz Currim (her ex-husband being Farid Currim). She participated in Bigg Boss 3 in 2009.

==Career==
Tanaaz began her film career in 2000, with ''[[Hadh Kar Di Aapne]]''. She was also the Runner-up of Mrs. India 2002. Her significant releases include Abbas Mustan's thriller ''[[36 China Town]]'', [[Sooraj Barjatya]]'s ''[[Main Prem Ki Diwani Hoon]]'', and Jugal Hansraj's ''[[Roadside Romeo]]''. She has acted in several television serials including ''[[Ye Meri Life Hai]]'' and ''[[Kis Desh Mein Hai Meraa Dil]]''. She also acted in the film ''[[Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai]]'' directed by [[Rakesh Roshan]]. She played Neeta, Amisha's cousin from New Zealand, in the film.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0193022/|title=Tanaaz Currim Irani|publisher=[[IMDb]]}}</ref> She was noted for her role of a young Anglo Indian girl trying to learn Hindi in ''Zabaan Sambhal Ke'' also starring [[Pankaj Kapoor]]. In 2009, she featured as a housemate in ''[[Bigg Boss (Season 3)]]''.<ref name="autogenerated1">{{cite web |url=http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/entertainment/tv-/Rakhis-mom-on-Bigg-Boss/articleshow/5088996.cms |title=Rakhi's mom on Bigg Boss |date=2009-10-06 |publisher=[[Times of India]]}}</ref>

==Personal life==
[[File:Tanaz bhaktiya family.jpg|thumb|right|Tanaaz (middle) with son Zeus right and husband [[Bakhtiyaar Irani]] (left)]]
An Indian [[Parsee]] by birth, Tanaaz is married to [[Bakhtiyaar Irani]] with a son Zeus and a daughter Zianne (from her previous marriage). Tanaaz was very young when she got married to Farid Currim. She was 20 when she became mother of Zianne.<ref name="Tanaaz gives birth to a baby girl">{{cite web|title=Tanaaz gives birth to a baby girl|url=http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2011-09-20/tv/30179283_1_tanaaz-baby-girl-third-baby|accessdate=2013-12-15}}</ref> After her divorce, she started acting in serials. In 2006, she met actor Bhakhtyar Irani (brother of [[Delnaaz Paul]]), on the sets of Fame Gurukul. The duo fell in love and decided to get married. However it was not permitted by Bhakhtyar's family because Tanaaz is 8 years older than Bhakhtyar. However, Delnaaz and his elder brother Paurus Irani helped to convince their parents and the couple got married in 2007. On 20 March 2008, the couple's first child, a boy, was born. They named him [[Zeus]] after the Greek God. On September 19, 2011, Tanaaz gave birth to a baby girl, Zara Irani.<ref name="Tanaaz gives birth to a baby girl"/> Zianne, her daughter, however stays with her ex-husband Farid Currim. Tanaaz and Bhakhtyar are also dancers and stood third in the celebrity dance show ''[[Nach Baliye]]'' in 2006. They have also done a music album that was choreographed by [[Bosco Ceaser]]. In 2009, the couple participated in the reality show ''[[Bigg Boss 3]]'' leaving their son with Delnaaz.

She also participated in [[Maa Exchange]], a TV show on [[Sony]], with [[Vindu Dara Singh]]'s wife Dina.

Tanaaz was also in [[Nach Baliye Shriman v/s Shrimati]], a dance reality show on [[Star Plus]]. She was the captain of the Girls Team and competed against her husband in the show.

She is now playing the role of Lisa D'Souza in sab TV's serial Badi door se aaye hain.She is paired opposite Baktiyaar Irani who plays the role of Ronnie D'Souza in the show.Both of them are highly appreciated by the viewers for their roles of a Christian couple who stay in a colony called Sunshine colony.

==Filmography==

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| Paresh Rawal's wife
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|''[[Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai]]''
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|''[[Hamara Dil Aapke Paas Hai]]''
|Bubbly
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|[[2001 in film|2001]]
|''[[Rehnaa Hai Terre Dil Mein]]''
| Shruti
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|rowspan ='2'| [[2002 in film|2002]]
|''[[Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi Hai]]''
| Anu
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|''[[Deewangee]]''
| Yana
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|rowspan ='2' |[[2003 in film|2003]]
|''[[Main Prem Ki Diwani Hoon]]''
| Roopa
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|''[[Kuch Naa Kaho]]''
|Ms. Lobo
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|[[2004 in film|2004]]
|''[[Daag - Shades Of Love]]''
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|[[2006 in film|2006]]
|''[[36 China Town]]''
|Ruby
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|rowspan ='2' |[[2008 in film|2008]]
|''[[Roadside Romeo]]''
| Mini (voiceover)
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|''[[Maan Gaye Mughal-e-Azam]]''
|Champa
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|rowspan = '3'| [[2009 in film|2009]]
|''Main Rony Aur Jony''
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|''One Fine Monday''
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|''Problem Mein Phas Gaya Yaar''
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| ''V3''|| [[Villie]] || [[EL TV]]
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| ''V3 Plus''|| [[Tanha]] || [[Zee TV]]
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|''[[Zabaan Sambhalke|Zaban Sambhal Ke]]''|| Jennifer Jones a.ka. Jenny || [[DD Metro]]
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| ''Gopaljee'' || Julie || Zee TV
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|''Hum Aapke Hain Woh'' || Yojna || Zee TV
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|''Do Aur Do Paanch'' || Rashmi || Zee TV
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|''[[Swabhimaan]]''|| || [[DD National]]
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|''[[Shree (TV series)|Shree]]''|| || Zee TV
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|''[[Ye Meri Life Hai]]''|| || [[Sony TV]]
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|''[[Fame Gurukul|Celebrity Fame Gurukul]]''|| || Sony TV
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|''[[Nach Baliye]]''|| || [[Star Plus]]
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|''[[Baa Bahoo Aur Baby]]'' || As Herself To promote Nach Baliye (Special Appearance with Bakhtiyaar Irani) in Episode 177 || Star Plus
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|''Hans Baliye''|| ||
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|''[[Bigg Boss 3]]''|| || [[Colors TV]]
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|''Meri Biwi Wonderful''|| Angela || Sony TV
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|''[[Shubh Mangal Savadhan]]'' || Khushi || [[Sahara One]]
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|''[[Maniben.com]]'' || Bhavna|| [[Sab TV]]
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|''[[Miley Jab Hum Tum]]''|| || [[Star One (Indian TV channel)|Star One]]
|-
|''[[Ssshhhh... Koi Hai| Talaash]]''|| || Star Plus
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|''[[Aahat|Aahat- Maut Ka Khel]]''|| || Sony TV
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|''Maa Exchange''|| as Herself (Reality Show) || Sony TV
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|''Ikka Begum Baadshah'' || ||[[DD National]]
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|''[[Welcome – Baazi Mehmaan-Nawazi Ki]]'' ||as Herself (Reality Show)||
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|''[[Badi Door Se Aaye Hai]]'' || Lisa ||[[Sab TV]]
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|''[[Zindagi Abhi Baaki Hai Mere Ghost]]'' || Veronika ||
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|''[[Jamai Raja (TV series)|Jamai Raja]]'' || Resham Kesar Patel ||
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== See also ==
{{Portal|Bollywood}}
*[[List of Indian film actresses]]

== References ==
{{Reflist}}

==External links==
* {{IMDb name|id=0193022|name=Tanaaz Irani}}
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Bhaktyaar Irani

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'''Bhakhtiyar Irani''' is an Indian Parsee film and television actor who has participated in Indian television reality shows. He has appeared in the reality dance series ''[[Nach Baliye#Nach Baliye 2|Nach Baliye]]'', paired with his wife [[Tanaaz Irani]]. In 2009, the couple became participants in ''[[Bigg Boss (Season 3)|Bigg Boss]]''.

==Career==
Bhakhtiyar Irani surprised everyone as he turned out to be the surprise package on the popular dance show ''[[Nach Baliye#Nach Baliye 2|Nach Baliye]]'' in which he participated with his wife [[Tanaaz Irani]]. Subsequently he participated in another reality dance series, ''[[Zara Nachke Dikha]]'' (2008). He was a contestant on the show ''[[Zor Ka Jhatka: Total Wipeout]]''.<ref>[http://www.livemint.com/2009/10/22002828/Dose-of-reality-spells-big-mon.html?h=A1 Dose of reality spells big money for TV actors] [[Mint (newspaper)]], 22 Oct 2009.</ref> In the same year, he appeared in [[Himesh Reshammiya]] and [[Urmila Matondkar]] starrer, ''[[Karzzzz]]'' (2008) playing the role of Dr. Dayal, played by [[Jalal Agha]] in [[Karz (film)|the original]].<ref>[http://sify.com/movies/bollywood/fullstory.php?id=14601952 Bhakhtyar Irani joins Karzzzz cast] [[IndiaFM.com]], 8 February 2008.</ref> He also appeared as an extra dancer in the song "Koi Mil Gaya" in ''[[Kuch Kuch Hota Hai]]'' {wearing a yellow shirt behind Shahrukh Khan}. He along with his wife Tannaz Irani both have their Dance Academy TEE&BEE in Dubai.<ref>[http://www.tnbdance.com/tbdi.php Tanaaz and Bakhtiyaar Dance Institute Official Website]''.</ref> He also appeared in a number of reality dance shows broadcast in Doordarshan National Channel.

He has also seen in ''[[Bigg Boss 6]]'' as short guest appearance.<ref>[http://www.mid-day.com/entertainment/2012/dec/051212-Bakhtiyar-Irani-and-other-guests-to-enter-Bigg-Boss-6-house.htm Bakhtiyar Irani and other guests to enter 'Bigg Boss 6' house] Mid-Day.com.</ref>

He worked with his sister Delnaaz in ''Yes Boss'', where he played on-screen brother to his off-screen sister. He was a student of S.T Mary High School S.S.C, Mumbai.

==Television==

* ''[[Badi Door Se Aaye Hain]]''- Ronnie D'Souza
* ''[[Maa Exchange]]''-Himself
* ''[[Nach Baliye]]'' Contestant (3rd position with wife Tanaaz Irani)
* ''[[Love Kaa Tadka]]'' Vicky
* ''[[Welcome - Baazi Mehmaan-Nawaazi ki]]'' -Himself
* ''[[Miley Jab Hum Tum]]''
* ''[[Bigg Boss 3]]'' - Himself
* Nach Baliye- Shriman Vs Shrimati - Contestant

== See also ==
*[[List of Indian film actors]]

== References ==
{{Reflist|2}}

==External links==
* {{IMDb name|2822609}}

{{Bigg Boss 3}}

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Kamal Rashid Khan

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| yearsactive = 2005–present
| occupation = producer, actor, writer
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'''Kamaal Rashid Khan''' ({{lang-hi|कमाल राशिद खान}}, [[Urdu]]: کمال رشید خان ) (born 1 January 1975) is an [[India]]n film actor, producer and writer.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://twitter.com/kamaalrkhan/status/71451530515058688|title=Kamaal R Khan's Birthdate as announced by him}}{{dead link|date=June 2016}}</ref>

==Career==

===Cinema===
Khan started his career in [[Bollywood]] as a producer and actor with the film [[Deshdrohi]] in 2008.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://entertainment.oneindia.in/celebs/kamal-rashid-khan/biography.html | title=Kamaal Rashid Khan Biography | accessdate=21 September 2013}}</ref><ref>{{cite web | url=http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2008-11-15/mumbai/27893665_1_deshdrohi-bombay-cinema-regulation-act-indians-and-marathis | title=Deshdrohi' maker moves HC today | accessdate=21 September 2013}}</ref><ref>{{cite web | url=http://www.gomolo.com/kamal-rashid-khan-biography/46325/1040087 | title=Biography of Kamal Rashid Khan | accessdate=21 September 2013}}</ref> He also appeared in a small role in [[Ek Villain]].

===Television career===
Khan made his television debut in [[Bigg Boss (Season 3)|Season 3]] of Indian reality TV programme [[Bigg Boss]],<ref>{{cite web|url=http://ibnlive.in.com/news/big-b-launches-bigg-boss-season-three/102685-8.html|title=Big B launches Bigg Boss season three|date=4 October 2009|publisher=[[CNN-IBN]]}}</ref> the Indian version of [[Big Brother (UK)#Celebrity Big Brother|Celebrity Big Brother]].<ref name="autogenerated">{{cite news|url=http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/entertainment/tv-/Rakhis-mom-on-Bigg-Boss/articleshow/5088996.cms |title=Rakhi's mom on Bigg Boss |date=6 October 2009 |work=[[The Times of India]] |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20091009085000/http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/entertainment/tv-/Rakhis-mom-on-Bigg-Boss/articleshow/5088996.cms |archivedate=9 October 2009 }}</ref>

Although he was already nominated for eviction for three weeks consecutively, he eventually became the first contestant to be prematurely kicked out from the Big Boss house because of his violent behaviour towards other housemates. Khan verbally abused [[Rohit Verma]] and threw a water bottle at him, which hit [[Shamita Shetty]]. He also had an altercation with comedian [[Raju Srivastav]]. Khan was asked to leave the house that very night.<ref>{{cite news|url=http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2009-10-22/tv/28087597_1_bigg-boss-kamaal-rashid-khan-bakhtiyaar-irani|title=Bigg Boss expels Kamaal Khan|date=22 October 2009|work=[[The Times of India]]|first1=Kunal M|last1=Shah}}</ref>

==Controversy==
Khan's Hindi film [[Deshdrohi]] was banned in Maharashtra by the state government amid riot concerns.<ref>{{cite web|title=Controversial film 'Deshdrohi' banned in Maharashtra|url=http://www.dnaindia.com/mumbai/1206129/report-controversial-film-deshdrohi-banned-in-maharashtra|publisher=Dna India|accessdate=7 August 2013}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|title=Controversial film 'Deshdrohi' banned in Maharashtra|url=http://www.bollywood.com/controversial-film-deshdrohi-banned-maharashtra|publisher=Bollywood.com|accessdate=7 August 2013}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|title=Kamaal Rashid Khan reinvents the English language!|url=http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2011-07-30/tv/29832907_1_krk-kamaal-rashid-khan-twitter-followers|publisher=Caroline D'Cruz|accessdate=7 August 2013}}</ref>

He has been accused of making [[Caste system in India|derogatory caste-based remarks]] and defamatory remarks against South Indian actor [[Dhanush]] in his review of the latter's movie [[Raanjhanaa]], posted on YouTube.<ref>{{cite web|title=Raanjhanaa Movie Review by KRK|url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XTTyGZDjDPA|publisher=Kamaal R Khan|accessdate=7 August 2013}}</ref> A case under Section 66A of the IT Act has been registered against Kamaal at the Seema Puri Police Station of North-East Delhi. The complaint was lodged by R.L. Kane, secretary of Dr. Bheemrao Ambedkar Vichaar Manch, by sending an email to the Police Commissioner B.S. Bassi.<ref>{{cite web|title=Actor Kamaal Rashid Khan booked for defamatory remarks, could be arrested |url=http://www.deccanchronicle.com/130807/news-current-affairs/article/actor-kamaal-rashid-khan-booked-defamatory-remarks-could-be |accessdate=7 August 2013 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20130809090300/http://www.deccanchronicle.com/130807/news-current-affairs/article/actor-kamaal-rashid-khan-booked-defamatory-remarks-could-be |archivedate=9 August 2013 }}</ref> The film fraternity approached the Federation of Western India Cine Employees (FWICE), demanding a complete ban against Khan.<ref>{{cite web|title=Film fraternity wants Kamaal R Khan banned |url=http://www.hindustantimes.com/Entertainment/Tabloid/Film-fraternity-wants-Kamaal-R-Khan-banned/Article1-1091429.aspx |work=Hindustan Times |accessdate=7 August 2013 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20130725053440/http://www.hindustantimes.com/Entertainment/Tabloid/Film-fraternity-wants-Kamaal-R-Khan-banned/Article1-1091429.aspx |archivedate=25 July 2013 }}</ref>

During Indian General Elections 2014, he tweeted that he will leave India if [[Narendra Modi]] becomes prime minister of India. On May 18, 2014, he posted a fabricated screenshot of that tweet replacing his name with that of [[Shahrukh Khan]].<ref>{{cite web|title=Controversial tweet |url=https://twitter.com/kamaalrkhan/status/467885038164385795 |accessdate=18 May 2014 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20140520102648/https://twitter.com/kamaalrkhan/status/467885038164385795 |archivedate=20 May 2014 }}</ref> This sparked controversy as some media outlets didn't investigate and credited the tweet to Shahrukh Khan.<ref>{{cite web|title=Angry SRK tweets: You suck as much as the grammar of the fake Tweet|url=http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/shah-rukh-khan-twitter-tweet-krk-kammal-rashid-khan/1/362570.html|publisher=Intoday.in|accessdate=18 May 2014}}</ref>

On the day of release of ''[[Kochadaiiyaan]]'' on 23 May 2014, Khan made a derogatory remark about the film on [[Twitter]]. His post, which read "I will review #Heropanti on coming Thursday but I will not watch Crap film #Kochadaiiyaan", faced heated replies by fans of [[Rajinikanth]].<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.indiatvnews.com/entertainment/bollywood/krk-insults-rajinikanth-14438.html?page=2|title=Kamaal R Khan calls Rajinikanth's 'Kochadaiyaan' a 'crap' film (view pics)|publisher=}}</ref>

==Filmography==

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|- style="background:#ccc; text-align:center;"
! Year !! Film !! Role !! Language
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| 2006 || Munna Pandey Berozgaar || Main Villain || Bhojpuri
|-
| 2008 || ''[[Deshdrohi]]'' || Rajkumar Yadav|| Hindi
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| 2014 || ''[[Ek Villain&nbsp;— There's one in every love story]]'' || Brijesh (Guest Appearance) || Hindi
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==Films produced==

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|- style="background:#ccc; text-align:center;"
! Year !! Film !! Director !! Language
|-
| 2005|| ''Sitam'' || [[Partho Ghosh]] || Hindi
|-
| 2007||''Munna Pandey Berozgaar''<ref name="here">{{cite news|url=http://www.hindu.com/mp/2007/07/07/stories/2007070752010200.htm|title=Munna is here |date=7 July 2007|work=[[The Hindu]]|location=Chennai, India}}</ref>|| Manish Jain || Bhojpuri
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| 2008||''[[Deshdrohi]]''|| Jagdish A. Sharma || Hindi
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==References==
{{reflist|2}}

==Further reading==
* {{Cite web | title = I am already a millionaire: KRK | last = Mukherjee | first = Aparajita | work = [[The Times of India]] | date = 16 December 2009 | accessdate = 4 September 2016 | url = http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/tv/news/hindi/I-am-already-a-millionaire-KRK/articleshow/5339856.cms}}
* {{Cite web | title = 10 things you dont really want to know about KRK | location = New Delhi | work = [[India Today]] | date = 3 July 2014 | accessdate = 4 September 2016 | url = http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/10-things-you-dont-really-want-to-know-about-krk-bollywood-celebrities/1/369712.html}}
* {{Cite web | title = Imtiaz Ali, Farah Khan can't make hit films in dream also: KRK | agency = IANS | work = [[The Indian Express]] | date = 12 June 2016 | accessdate = 4 September 2016 | url = http://indianexpress.com/article/entertainment/bollywood/imtiaz-ali-farah-khan-cant-make-hit-films-in-dream-also-krk-kamaal-r-khan2848725/}}
* {{Cite web | title = Kamaal Rashid Khan faces the ire of Rajnikanth's fans for series of 'racist' tweets | work = [[Daily News & Analysis]] | date = 16 September 2013 | accessdate = 4 September 2016 | url = http://www.dnaindia.com/entertainment/report-kamaal-rashid-khan-faces-the-ire-of-rajnikanth-s-fans-for-series-of-racist-tweets-1889685}}
* {{Cite web | title = Kamaal Rashid Khan reinvents the English language! | last = D'Cruz | first = Caroline | work = The Times of India | date = 30 July 2011 | accessdate = 4 September 2016 | url = http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/tv/news/hindi/Kamaal-Rashid-Khan-reinvents-the-English-language/articleshow/9420240.cms}}
* {{Cite web | title = Kamaal R Khan, a true life villain? | last = Tarannum | first = Asira | work = [[Mid Day]] | date = 23 March 2014 | accessdate = 4 September 2016 | url = http://www.mid-day.com/articles/kamaal-r-khan-a-true-life-villain/15174054}}

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Jaya Sawant

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Shamita Shetty

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| birth_date = {{Birth date and age|1979|2|2|df=y}}<ref name="bd1">{{cite web|title=Birthday girl Shamita Shetty turns 35, parties with sis, Bipasha|url=http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/birthday-shamita-shetty-35-shilpa-shetty-kundra-bipasha-basu/1/341306.html|website=India Today|accessdate=22 May 2016|date=2 February 2014}}</ref><ref name="bd2">{{cite web|title=R Madhavan, Shilpa Shetty, Karishma Tanna, Upen Patel and others attend Shamita Shetty's birthday bash|url=http://www.ibtimes.co.in/r-madhavan-shilpa-shetty-karishma-tanna-upen-patel-others-attend-shamita-shettys-birthday-bash-665669|website=International Business Times|accessdate=22 May 2016|date=4 February 2016}}</ref>
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'''Shamita Shetty''' (born 2 February 1979)<ref name="bd1"/><ref name="bd2"/> is an [[interior designer]] and [[actress]] and [[model (person)|model]]. She is the younger sister of [[Bollywood]] actress [[Shilpa Shetty]].

== Career ==
She made her film debut in 2000 with the [[Yash Raj Films]] blockbuster ''[[Mohabbatein]]'', which was directed by [[Aditya Chopra]]. Her portrayal of Ishika earned her and her fellow co-stars [[Kim Sharma]] and [[Preeti Jhangiani]] the 2001 [[IIFA Award for Star Debut of the Year – Female]]. Since then, she mostly found success in [[item numbers]], including "Sharara Sharara" in ''[[Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi Hai]]'' (2001) and "Chori Pe Chori" in ''[[Saathiya (film)|Saathiya]]'' (2002). Later, Shetty found success as an actress with her first solo hit ''[[Zeher]]''. She worked once with her sister [[Shilpa Shetty]] in ''[[Fareb (2005 film)|Fareb]]'' in that same year. She was a contestant on ''[[Bigg Boss (Season 3)]]''<ref>{{cite web |url=http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/entertainment/tv-/Rakhis-mom-on-Bigg-Boss/articleshow/5088996.cms |title=Rakhi's mom on Bigg Boss |date=2009-10-06 |publisher=[[Times of India]]}}</ref> on [[Colors TV]]. She opted out of the show for her sister Shilpa's wedding. She was out of the show on 14 November 2009 (day 41) after staying for 6 weeks.

On 14 June 2011, Shetty decided to follow her passion in interior design alongside her acting career.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.apunkachoice.com/content/article/sid100005744-shamita_shetty_quits_acting_takes_to_interior_designing |title=Shamita Shetty quits acting; takes to interior designing! |date=2011-06-14}}</ref> In 2015, she participated in ''[[Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa|Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa Reloaded]]''.

==Filmography==

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! Role
! Year
! Other notes
|-
| ''[[Mohabbatein]]''
| Ishika Dhanrajgir
| 2000
| [[IIFA Award for Star Debut of the Year – Female]]
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| ''[[Saathiya (film)|Saathiya]]''
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| 2002
| Special appearance in song "Chori Pe Chori"
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| ''[[Raajjiyam]]''
| Pooja Karthikeyan
| 2002
| [[Tamil cinema|Tamil]] film
|-
| ''[[Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi Hai]]''
|
| 2002
| Special appearance in song "Sharara Sharara"
|-
| ''[[Pilisthe Palukutha]]''
| Shanti
| 2003
| [[Telugu cinema|Telugu]] film
|-
| ''[[Agnipankh]]''
| Anjana
| 2004
|
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| ''[[Fareb (2005 film)|Fareb]]''
| Ria A. Singhania
| 2005
|
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| ''[[Zeher]]''
|Sonia Mehra
| 2005
|
|-
| ''[[Bewafaa (2005 film)|Bewafaa]]''
|Pallavi Arora
| 2005
|
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| ''[[Mohabbat Ho Gayi Hai Tumse]]''
| Megha
| 2006
|
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| ''[[Cash (2007 film)|Cash]] ''
| Shanaya Rao
| 2007
|
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| ''[[Heyy Babyy]]''
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| 2007
| Special appearance in song "Heyy Babyy"
|-
| ''[[Hari Puttar: A Comedy of Terrors]]''
|
| 2007
| Special Appearance
|-
| ''[[Naan Aval Adhu]]''
| Geetha
| 2008
| Tamil film<br />Simultaneously made in Telugu as ''[[Adi Oka Idhi Le]]''
|-
| Yo Ke Hua Bro
| Suman Rao
| 2017
| Web Series ( 6 Episodes)
|}

==Television==

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! No. !! Name !! Role !! Channel !! Year
|-
| 1.
| ''[[Bigg Boss 3]]''
| Herself
| [[Colors TV]]
| 2009
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| 2.
| ''[[Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa (season 8)]]''
| Herself
| [[Colors TV]]
| 2015
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==Awards and Nominations==

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! width=5%|Year
! style="width:20%;"|Film
! style="width:30%;"|Award
! style="width:29%;"|Category
! style="width:15%;"|Result
|-
| 2001
| ''[[Mohabbatein]]''
|[[Filmfare Award]]
|[[Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut|Best Female Debut]]
|{{nom}}
|-
| 2001
|''[[Mohabbatein]]''
|[[Screen Awards]]
|[[Screen Award for Best Female Debut|Best Female Debut]]
|{{nom}}
|-
| 2001
| ''[[Mohabbatein]]''
| [[International Indian Film Academy Awards]]
|[[IIFA Award for Star Debut of the Year – Female|Star Debut of the Year (Female)]]
|{{Won}}
|-
| 2001
| ''[[Mohabbatein]]''
| [[Zee Cine Awards]]
|[[Zee Cine Award for Best Female Debut|Best Female Debut]]
|{{nom}}
|-
| 2006
| ''[[Zeher]]''
| [[Stardust Awards]]
| Star of the Year - Female
|{{nom}}
|-
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== See also ==
* [[List of Indian film actresses]]

== References ==
{{Reflist}}

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Claudia Ciesla

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'''Claudia Ciesla''' (born 12 February 1987) is a [[Polish people|Polish]]-[[German people|German]] [[model (person)|model]] and actress.<ref>[http://daily.bhaskar.com/article/ENT-i-am-not-a-reincarnation-of-lord-ganesha-says-claudia-ciesla-2233761.html I am not a reincarnation of Lord Ganesha, says Claudia Ciesla]</ref><ref>[http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/home/German-actor-Suzanne-Bernert-said-Claudia-Ciesla-has-no-right-to-play-with-Indian-religious-sentiments-/articleshow/8977110.cms German actor Suzanne Bernert said Claudia Ciesla has no right to play with Indian religious sentiments.]</ref><ref name=bx>[http://www.citynetmagazine.com/model-cclaudia.html Claudia Ciesla Featured Model Interview] {{webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20100909022017/http://www.citynetmagazine.com/model-cclaudia.html |date=2010-09-09 }} 2005-01-04</ref> She is most prominent in playing roles in [[Bollywood]]. She was a contestant in [[Bigg Boss 3]].

==Early life==
Born in [[Wodzisław Śląski]], [[Poland]], part of [[Silesia]]. Her father is Polish, her mother is [[German people|German]] and she has two older sisters.

==Modelling career==
Claudia Ciesla started modeling at the age of 15 working for shows involved in fashion and dancing.<ref name="casting-agentur.de">[https://web.archive.org/web/20090207003458/http://www.casting-agentur.de/?cmd=interviews.detail&id=20 casting-agentur.de Interview mit dem Model Claudia Ciesla, 09. November 2007] {{de icon}}</ref>

In March 2006, Ciesla won a subscribers poll on the internet websites of ''[[Auto Bild]]'', ''Bild'', [[Sat.1]], [[T-Online]] and [[Kabel 1|Kabeleins]] to give her first place as ''Germany's Super Girl'' 2006.<ref name="ae">[http://www.autobild.de/artikel/Themen-Tuning-CClaudia-raeumt-ab_58049.html Autobild Article, Supergirl 2006]</ref> In November 2007 she told in an interview, that she plans after her modelling career to become a [[tax consultant]].<ref name="casting-agentur.de"/>

In the touristic season of 2007-2008 Claudia Ciesla was representing the snowrichest tourist Ski-Village in the World, [[Damüls]], Austria, as the ''Snow Queen 2008'' and was showing up for various events, promotional appearances and photo shoots for magazines, advertising and brochures including a cover shoot for the magazine "MOTOR-Freizeit and TRENDS" in [[Austria]].<ref>[http://cclaudia.wordpress.com/2007/12/24/claudia-ciesla-in-austria-chosen-as-snow-queen-2008/ "Claudia Ciesla in Östereich zur Schneekönigin gewählt - Claudia Ciesla in Austria chosen as Snow Queen."], ''cclaudia.wordpress.com'', December 24, 2007</ref>

==Acting career==
[[File:Klaudia Cieśla 1419.jpg|right|thumb|Claudia posing for a photo shoot by the poolside]]
In 2007 and again in 2008 she was appearing on the German Internet soap opera ''Beach House'', playing Daisy Vandenburg.<ref>[http://www.clipfish.de/channel/247/video/2725283/beach-house-teaser-1 Clipfish Beach House Channel] {{webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20081003151308/http://www.clipfish.de/channel/247/video/2725283/beach-house-teaser-1 |date=2008-10-03 }}</ref> ''[[The New Indian Express]]'' reported that Ciesla is acting in a [[Bollywood]] film ''[[Karma (2008 film)|Karma]]'' along with leads Carlucci Weyant, Alma Saraci as part of an international filmcrew to be filmed in [[India]].<ref>[http://www.cclaudia.net/english/images/dsc0512bbbpp777.jpg "Actor wants Ooty to be Hollywood crew's destination"]{{dead link|date=August 2017 |bot=InternetArchiveBot |fix-attempted=yes }}, ''The New Indian Express'', January 30, 2008</ref> Film Director M.S. Shahjahan mentioned in an interview that there will be more assignments for Ciesla in Bollywood.<ref>[http://www.iefilmi.co.uk/content/bollywoodsmitten-claudia "Bollywood-smitten Claudia"] {{webarchive |url=https://web.archive.org/web/20080501042146/http://www.iefilmi.co.uk/content/bollywoodsmitten-claudia |date=May 1, 2008 }}, ''India-EU Film Initiative'', March 24, 2008</ref><ref>"Süße Claudia-In Indien wird sie jetzt Kinostar", ''Bild'', February 23, 2008</ref>

In July 2008 Ciesla played "Claudia" in the Italian television sitcom ''Outsiders in Palermo'', shot in [[Palermo]].<ref>[http://www.ilove-sicilia.it/ils/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=910&Itemid=135 "Cronache di Sicilia"] {{webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20090206154224/http://www.ilove-sicilia.it/ils/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=910&Itemid=135 |date=2009-02-06 }}</ref><ref>[http://www.bild.de/BILD/muenchen/leute/2008/07/31/city-talk-bild-girl-claudia/italiener-sind-von-ihr-begeistert.html "BILD-online, 1. Aug. 2008"]</ref><ref>[http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.individual&videoid=39589061 "Interview in ital. TV Kanal 7Gold"]{{dead link|date=August 2017 |bot=InternetArchiveBot |fix-attempted=yes }}</ref>

She played the role of a German journalist in the film ''[[10:10 (film)|10:10]]'' (directed by "[[Arin Paul]]"), together with [[Soumitra Chatterjee]].<ref>[http://www.telegraphindia.com/1080808/jsp/entertainment/story_9661721.jsp ''The Telegraph of India'', August 8, 2008]</ref><ref>[http://www.telegraphindia.com/1080823/jsp/calcutta/story_9731033.jsp ''The Telegraph of India'', August 23 , 2008]</ref><ref>[https://www.derwesten.de/nachrichten/kultur/film/2009/1/11/news-104102484/detail.html ''DERWESTERN'', "Claudia Ciesla: Von Bamberg nach Bollywood", 11.01.2009]</ref><ref>[http://www.imdb.de/title/tt1032754/ ]{{dead link|date=August 2013}}</ref>

==Bollywood & Bigg Boss==

Claudia Ciesla was the Brand [[Ambassador]] of the "[[Lovely Professional University]]". The LPU University also honoured her as "New promising foreign face in India".<ref>[http://www.bluebytes.info/newscheck/Lpu_DetailedNews.aspx?id=568024 ''The Deccan Chronicle'', July 2, 2009] {{webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20110721185736/http://www.bluebytes.info/newscheck/Lpu_DetailedNews.aspx?id=568024 |date=July 21, 2011 }}</ref><ref>[http://news.oneindia.in/2009/07/23/germanactor-claudia-cielsa-interacts-with-slumchildren.html News.oneindia.in]</ref> She also visited [[Thapar University]] for promotion of her Punjabi film during their technical fest [[Aranya (festival)|Aranya]]. On 26 November 2009, Ciesla was awarded with the prestigious [[Karmaveer Puraskaar]], which is iCONGO's National People's Award for Social Justice and Action, honouring concerned citizens who have led change. Past recipients of the Karmaveer Puraskar include [[Kajol]], [[Alyque Padamsee]], [[Rahul Bose]], [[Remo Fernandes]] and [[M S Swaminathan]].<ref>[http://www.free-press-release.com/news-hollywood-actress-claudia-ciesla-wins-the-prestigious-karmaveer-puraskaar-1259377121.html FPR], November 27, 2009</ref>

Ciesla participated in the reality show ''[[Bigg Boss 3]]''. It began airing on 4 October 2009 on ''[[Colors (India TV channel)|Colors]]'' with [[Amitabh Bachchan]] as the host. This was her first brush with Indian reality TV.<ref>[http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2009-09-26/tv/28100052_1_bigg-boss-reality-show-claudia-ciesla ''The Times of India'', September 26, 2009]</ref> She was evicted on day 68, after spending 10 weeks on the show.

In December 2010 Claudia attended the TV show [[Zor Ka Jhatka: Total Wipeout]] shot in [[Buenos Aires]], [[Argentina]].<ref>[http://zorkajhatka.in/zorka-jhatka-total-wipeout-2/ official website of zorka-jhatka-total-wipeout, December 29, 2011] {{webarchive |url=https://web.archive.org/web/20110106034204/http://zorkajhatka.in/zorka-jhatka-total-wipeout-2/ |date=January 6, 2011 }}</ref> It is the Indian celebrity version of [[Wipeout (2008 U.S. game show)|Wipeout]] with [[Bollywood]] actor [[Shah Rukh Khan]] as the host. The show ended on February 25, 2011 with [[Kushal Punjabi]] as the winner, while Claudia Ciesla was the runner-up by 51 seconds, to come in second place.<ref>{{cite news |title=Kushal Punjabi Wins Zor Ka Jhatka |url=http://movies.ndtv.com/movie_story.aspx?ID=ENTEN20110170304&keyword=television&subcatg=MOVIESINDIA&nid=88011 |publisher=''[[NDTV]] Movies'' |date=February 26, 2011 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20110714162435/http://movies.ndtv.com/movie_story.aspx?ID=ENTEN20110170304&keyword=television&subcatg=MOVIESINDIA&nid=88011 |archivedate=July 14, 2011 |df= }}</ref><ref>{{cite news|title=Kushal Punjabi wins 'Zor Ka Jhatka' |url=http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/entertainment/tv-/Kushal-Punjabi-wins-Zor-Ka-Jhatka/articleshow/7579277.cms |publisher=''[[The Times of India]]'' |date=Feb 26, 2011 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20110302103615/http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/entertainment/tv-/Kushal-Punjabi-wins-Zor-Ka-Jhatka/articleshow/7579277.cms |archivedate=March 2, 2011 }}</ref>

Claudia Ciesla has done her first item song "Balma" sharing screen space with [[Akshay Kumar]] in his film [[Khiladi 786]]. The song is composed by [[Himesh Reshammiya]] and the dancing is choreographed by Ganesh Acharya.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.hindustantimes.com/Entertainment/Bollywood/KHILADI-786-RD-Burman-features-with-Akshay-in-new-song/Article1-946617.aspx |title=KHILADI 786: RD Burman features with Akshay in new song |publisher=Hindustan Times |date=2012-10-18 |accessdate=2013-08-12 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20130320194757/http://www.hindustantimes.com/Entertainment/Bollywood/KHILADI-786-RD-Burman-features-with-Akshay-in-new-song/Article1-946617.aspx |archivedate=2013-03-20 |df= }}</ref>

Claudia Ciesla has recently appeared in the third part of a successful Bollywood franchise, [[Kyaa Kool Hain Hum 3]].

==Filmography==
[[File:Klaudia Cieśla 5439.jpg|right|thumb|Claudia in a photoshoot]]
{| class="wikitable"
|- style="background:#ccc; text-align:center;"
! Year !! Film !! Role !! Language !! Country
|-
| 2007 || ''Beach House'' || Daisy Vandenburg || German || {{flag|Germany}}
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| 2008 || ''[[Karma (2008 film)|Karma]]'' || Linda || English || {{flag|United Kingdom}}
|-
| 2008 || ''Outsiders in Palermo'' || Claudia || Italian || {{flag|Italy}}
|-
| 2008 || ''[[10:10 (film)|10:10]]'' || Serin || Bengali || {{flag|India}}
|-
| 2012 || ''[[Yaar Pardesi]]'' || Anna || Punjabi || {{flag|India}}
|-
| 2012 || ''[[Khiladi 786]]'' || Special Appearance in song "balma"
|| Hindi || {{flag|India}}
|-
| 2013 || ''@ Andheri'' || || Malayalam || {{flag|India}}
|-
| 2014 || ''[[Desi Kattey]]'' || Special Appearance in item song ''Patne Wali Hoon''
|| Hindi || {{flag|India}}
|-
| 2016 || ''[[Kyaa Kool Hain Hum 3]]'' || Shakuntala
(Sakku)
|| Hindi ||{{flag|India}}
|}

==Television==
*2009, ''[[Bigg Boss 3]]''

==References==
{{Reflist|2}}

==External links==
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* {{official website|http://www.cclaudia.net}}

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Rohit Verma

Posted: 10 Jan 2018 10:13 AM PST

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'''Rohit Verma''' is a fashion designer in India. He is from the city of Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh and completed his high school education from Boys High School in 1996.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.ndtv.com/topic/rohit-verma |title=Rohit Verma: Latest News, Photos, Videos on Rohit Verma |publisher=Ndtv.Com |date= |accessdate=2012-10-25}}</ref> Verma has designed for many leading actresses in [[Bollywood]].<ref>{{cite web|author=Tags: |url=http://www.tellychakkar.com/news/rohit-verma-design-maanvis-engagement-attire-ek-hazaaron |title=Rohit Verma to design Maanvi's engagement attire in Ek Hazaaron... |publisher=Tellychakkar.com |date= |accessdate=2012-10-25}}</ref> He also worked in the [[ZoOm TV]] show "[[Style Strip]]", and in the Indian reality show "[[Bigg Boss (Indian TV series)|Bigg Boss]]".<ref>{{cite web|author=IANS Aug 17, 2012, 05.07PM IST |url=http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2012-08-17/designers/31868197_1_vindu-dara-singh-claudia-ciesla-bigg-boss-house |title=Big Boss gave me recognition as designer: Rohit Verma - Times Of India |publisher=Articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com |date=2012-08-17 |accessdate=2012-10-25}}</ref> Rohit was featured as himself in Madhur Bhandarkar's hit blockbuster movie "Fashion".<ref>{{cite web|author=Total Views : |url=http://www.nevanta.com/videos/rohit-verma-the-ultimate-drama-queen/ |title=Rohit Verma- The Ultimate Drama Queen &#124; Videos on Indian Fashion, Celebs & Entertainment |publisher=Nevanta.com |date=2013-10-22 |accessdate=2013-10-26}}</ref> He was seen during the Royal India Media Coverage held in Dubai in October 26–29, 2013.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.godubai.com/citylife/press_release_page.asp?pr=81576 |title=Royal India Media Coverage |publisher=godubai.com |date= |accessdate=2013-10-26}}</ref>

==On screen==
Verma has also worked
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! Year
! Title
! Role
! Medium
|-
| 2008
| ''[[Fashion (2008 film)|Fashion]]''
| Himself
| Film
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| 2010
| '' Style Strip''<ref>{{cite web|author=TNN Aug 5, 2011, 12.00am IST |url=http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2011-08-05/tv/29851094_1_fashion-show-rohit-verma |title=zoOm launches a new show Style Strip - Times Of India |publisher=Articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com |date=2011-08-05 |accessdate=2012-10-25}}</ref>
| Presenter
| TV show on [[Zoom TV]]
|-
| 2009
| ''[[Bigg Boss 3]]''
| Contestant
| TV show on [[Colors (TV channel)|Colors]]
|-
|2011
| ''[[Zor Ka Jhatka: Total Wipeout]]''
| Contestant
| TV show on [[Imagine TV]]
|-
|2011
| ''[[Ek Hazaaron Mein Meri Behna Hai]]''
| Fashion Designer
| [[Star Plus]]
|}

==References==

{{Reflist}}

==External links==

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Raju Srivastav

Posted: 10 Jan 2018 10:13 AM PST

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| birth_place = [[Kanpur]], [[Uttar Pradesh]], [[India]]
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| children = [[Antara Srivastava]], [[Aayushmaan Srivastava]]
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| notable_work = Standup Comedy on ''[[The Great Indian Laughter Challenge]]''
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'''Raju Srivastava''' (born '''Satya Prakash Srivastava''' on 25 December 1963), often credited as '''Gajodhar''' or '''Raju Shrivastav''', is one of the most popular comedians in India. He is best known for his observational comedy about various instances in daily life. He revealed in a podcast that he is related to actor [[Amitabh Bachchan]] through a common relative.

==Early life==
Raju Srivastava was born on 25 December 1963, in Kanpur, India in a middle class Kayastha family. His father was a very famous poet, Mr. Ramesh Chandra Srivastava known as Balai Kaka. Being a good mimic, Raju nursed the dream of becoming a comedian since childhood. In his school time he used to imitate his teachers. He gained stardom as a versatile comedian.

==Career==

Srivastav has performed in thousands of stage shows in India and abroad. He also launched a series of his audio cassettes and video CDs. He gained initial stardom as an Amitabh Bachchan look-alike and also imitated him very well.

He started his career by doing small roles in Bollywood films. He landed in Mumbai (then Bombay), and after a few years did a blink-and-you-miss role in the superhit Rajshri movie ''Maine Pyar Kiya''. He did many other small roles in various movies such as ''Baazigar & Bombay to Goa'', mostly an inconspicuous comic role. He was starting to be recognised for his work as an actor cum comedian with Bollywood movie ''Aamdani Atthani Kharcha Rupaiyaa''.

He got his big break with the comedy talent show ''The Great Indian Laughter Challenge''. He finished as second runner-up and then took part in the spin-off, ''The Great Indian Laughter Challenge - Champions'', in which he won the title of "The King of Comedy" from where his journey as a stand-up comedian started.

After that, he was noticed by many filmmakers and got regular assignments in movies with bigger roles. Raju has been an avid supporter of good comedy and criticized vulgarity.

He participated in ''Big Boss - 3'', Indian counterpart of the ''[[Big Brother (franchise)|Big Brother]]''. After staying in the house for more than two months he was voted out on December 4, 2009. He wanted Vindu Dara Singh to win ''Bigg Boss'' season 3 as he thinks Vindu is good at heart. And Vindu did win 'Bigg Boss' season 3.

He has participated in the comedy show ''Comedy Ka Maha Muqabla''.<ref>[http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/entertainment/events/bangalore/Raju-Srivastav-tickles-the-funny-bone-at-Le-Meridien-Bangalore/articleshow/30159461.cms Raju Srivastav tickles the funny bone at Le Meridien, Bangalore]</ref> In 2013, Raju along with his wife participated in ''Nach Baliye 6'' which is a dance couple show on Star Plus. He also appeared on ''[[Comedy Nights with Kapil]]''.

He also appeared in a show called ''[[Mazaak Mazaak Mein]]'' a.k.a. 'The Indian Mazaak League'. It was a stand up comedy show which aired on Life Ok. The show is produced by Balaji Telefilms of Ekta Kapoor and Shobha Kapoor. Popular cricketers Harbhajan Singh and Shoaib Akhtar were seen as the judges of the show.

==Political career==

[[Uttar Pradesh]] Chief Minister [[Akhilesh Yadav]]'s [[Samajwadi Party]] fielded Srivastava from [[Kanpur (Lok Sabha constituency)|Kanpur]] in the [[2014 Indian general election|2014 Lok Sabha election]].<ref>{{cite news|url=http://archive.indianexpress.com/news/akhilesh-yadav-turns-to-comedy-fields-raju-srivastava-from-kanpur-in-lok-sabha-election/1074076/ |title=Akhilesh Yadav turns to comedy, fields Raju Srivastava from Kanpur in Lok Sabha election |publisher=Indian Express |date=14 February 2013 |accessdate=}}</ref> But on 11 March 2014, Srivastava returned the ticket, saying he was not getting enough support from the local units of the party.<ref>{{cite news|url=http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/other-states/comedian-raju-srivastava-returns-sp-lok-sabha-ticket/article5773665.ece |title=Comedian Raju Srivastava returns SP Lok Sabha ticket |publisher=The Hindu |date=11 March 2014 |accessdate=}}</ref><ref>[http://www.newindianexpress.com/nation/Comedian-Raju-Srivastava-Returns-SP-Lok-Sabha-Ticket/2014/03/11/article2103158.ece Comedian Raju Srivastava Returns SP Lok Sabha Ticket]</ref> After that he joined [[Bhartiya Janta Party]] on 19 March 2014.<ref>{{cite news|url=http://zeenews.india.com/news/nation/jagdambika-pal-comedian-raju-srivastava-join-bjp_918850.html |title=Jagdambika Pal, comedian Raju Srivastava join BJP, endorse Narendra Modi |publisher=Zee News |date=19 March 2014 |accessdate=19 March 2014}}</ref><ref>[http://ibnlive.in.com/news/bjp-is-future-of-indian-politics-says-raju-srivastava/458907-3.html BJP is future of Indian politics, says Raju Srivastava]</ref><ref>[http://indianexpress.com/article/india/politics/jagdambika-pal-artiste-raju-srivastava-join-bjp/ Jagdambika Pal, artiste Raju Srivastava join BJP]</ref>

Prime Minister [[Narendra Modi]] nominated him to be part of the [[Swachh Bharat Abhiyan]]. Since then he has been promoting cleanliness through his events in different cities. He has made various music videos for promoting cleanliness. He has also shot various TV commercials and social service message videos for Swacha Bharat Abhiyaan.

==Personal life==

He is married to Shikha Srivastava and has two children named [[Antara Srivastava]] & Aayushmaan Srivastava. Shikha is a homemaker. Raju along with his wife Shikha participated in ''Nach Baliye 6'' which is an dance couple show on Star Plus. Show did really well. They both entertained the audience with their chemistry in dance and comedy.

Raju's daughter, Antra Srivastava got National Bravery Award from that time prime minister Dr.Manmohan Singh and President Dr.A.P.J Abdul Kalam. Antara is an upcoming actress, currently{{when?|date=January 2017}} she is shooting for a film called ''[[Vodka Diaries]]''. it is being directed by [[Kushal Srivastava]] who is nephew of Raju Srivastava.

Raju Srivastav received threatening calls from Pakistan warning him not to crack jokes on underworld don Dawood Ibrahim and Pakistan during his shows.<ref>{{cite web|title=Comedian Raju Srivastav gets threat from Pak|url=http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Comedian-Raju-Srivastav-gets-threat-from-Pak/articleshow/4051315.cms|website=indiatimes.com|publisher=Times of India|accessdate=19 January 2017|location=Mumbai|date=January 31, 2009}}</ref>

==Filmography==
===Cinema===
{|class="wikitable sortable"
|-
! Year
! Name
! Role
! Notes
|-
| 1988
| ''[[Tezaab]]''
|
| Cameo role
|-
| 1989
| ''[[Maine Pyaar Kiya]]''
| Truck Cleaner
|
|-
| rowspan="2"|1993
| ''[[Baazigar]]''
| College Student
|
|-
| ''[[Mr. Azaad]]''
|
|
|-
| 2001
| ''[[Aamdani Atthani Kharcha Rupaiyaa]]''
| Baba Chin Chin Choo
|
|-
| 2002
| ''[[Waah! Tera Kya Kehna]]''
| Banne Khan's assistant
|
|-
| 2003
| ''[[Main Prem Ki Diwani Hoon]]''
| Shambhu, Sanjana's servant
|
|-
| 2006
| ''Vidyaarthi: The Power of Students''
| Inspector JK
|
|-
| rowspan="2"|2007
| ''[[Big Brother (2007 film)|Big Brother]]''
| Autorickshaw Driver & Rizwan Ahmed
|
|-
| ''[[Bombay to Goa (2007 film)|Bombay to Goa]]''
| Anthony Gonsalves
|
|-
| rowspan="2"|2010
| ''Bhavnaon ko Samjho''
| Daya from Gaya
|
|-
| ''[[Barood : (The Fire) - A Love Story]]'
|
|
|-
| rowspan="2"| 2017
| ''[[Toilet: Ek Prem Katha]]''
|
|
|-
| ''[[Firangi (2017 film)|Firangi]]''
|
| special appearance
|-
|}

===TV Series===
{|class="wikitable sortable"
|-
! Name
! Period
! Genre
! Channel
! Notes
|-
| ''[[The Great Indian Laughter Challenge]]''
| Season1
| [[Comedy]]
| [[STAR One]]
|
|-
| ''[[Bigg Boss (Season 3)|Bigg Boss]]''<ref>[http://ibnlive.in.com/news/comedian-raju-srivastav-exits-bigg-boss-house/106514-8.html Comedian Raju Srivastav exits Bigg Boss house]</ref>
| Season3 (2009)
|
|
|
|-
| ''[[Shaktiman]]''
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Vinod Kambli

Posted: 10 Jan 2018 10:12 AM PST

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{{Infobox cricketer
| name = Vinod Kambli
| image = Vinod_Kambli_at_Mumbai_Marathon_2007_(7)_(cropped).jpg
| caption =
| fullname = Vinod Ganpat Kambli
| birth_date = {{Birth date and age|1972|1|18|df=yes}}
| birth_place = [[Mumbai]], [[Maharashtra]], [[India]]
| country = India
| batting = Left-hand bat
| bowling = Right arm [[Off spin|off break]]
| role = [[Batsman (cricket)|Batsman]]
| international = true
| internationalspan = 1991-2000
| testdebutdate = 29 January
| testdebutyear = 1993
| testdebutagainst = England
| testcap =
| lasttestdate = 8 November
| lasttestyear = 1995
| lasttestagainst = New Zealand
| odidebutdate = 18 October
| odidebutyear = 1991
| odidebutagainst = Pakistan
| odicap =
| lastodidate = 29 October
| lastodiyear = 2000
| lastodiagainst = Sri Lanka
| club1 = [[Mumbai cricket team|Mumbai]]
| year1 = 1989–2005
| deliveries = balls
| columns = 4
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| matches1 = 17
| runs1 = 1084
| bat avg1 = 54.20
| 100s/50s1 = 4/3
| top score1 = 227
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| runs2 = 2477
| bat avg2 = 32.59
| 100s/50s2 = 2/14
| top score2 = 106
| deliveries2 = 4
| wickets2 = 1
| bowl avg2 = 7.00
| fivefor2 = –
| tenfor2 = n/a
| best bowling2 = 1/7
| catches/stumpings2 = 15/–
| column3 = [[First-class cricket|FC]]
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| runs3 = 9965
| bat avg3 = 59.67
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| deliveries3 = 777
| wickets3 = 10
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| deliveries4 = 156
| wickets4 = 1
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'''Vinod Ganpat Kambli''' ({{audio|Vinod_Kambli.ogg|pronunciation}}; born 18 January 1972) is a former Indian cricketer, who played for [[India national cricket team|India]] as a middle order batsman, as well as for [[Mumbai cricket team|Mumbai]] and [[Boland cricket team|Boland]], South Africa.<ref name="Purandare2011">{{cite book|author=Kunal Purandare|title=Vinod Kambli: The Lost Hero|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=GmYpYAAACAAJ|accessdate=31 May 2012|year=2011|publisher=Har-Anand Publications|isbn=978-81-241-1582-4}}</ref><ref name=rediff>{{cite web|title=Kambli to play in South Africa|url=http://www.rediff.com/cricket/2002/aug/21kambli.htm|publisher=Rediff.com|author=Ashish Magotra}}</ref> He is the first man to score a century in a T20 or One-day International on his birthday.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.espncricinfo.com/magazine/content/story/1100331.html |title=Birthday bullies, ODI oldies and poultry-laden Tests |publisher=ESPNcricinfo |accessdate=6 June 2017}}</ref>

Despite having the highest career batting average for a [[List of India Test cricket records#Highest career batting average|Indian test cricketer]] of 54 <ref>{{cite web|title=Records / India / Test matches / Highest averages|url=http://stats.espncricinfo.com/ci/engine/records/batting/highest_career_batting_average.html?class=1;id=6;type=team|publisher=Cricinfo|author=|date=|accessdate=2017-03-08}}</ref> he played his last Test when he was just 23 years. He was not even considered for Test cricket<ref name="Killing">{{cite web|title=Killing of Kambli|url=http://www.outlookindia.com/magazine/story/killing-off-kambli/201371
|publisher=[[Outlook (magazine)|Outlook]]|author=Tarun J Tejpal|date=1996-05-15|accessdate=2017-03-08}}</ref> and only considered for one day cricket.<ref name="Run">{{cite web|title=Kambli the rising star who ran himself out|url=http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/columnists/derekpringle/2318495/Kambli-the-rising-star-who-ran-himself-out.html
|publisher=The Telegraph|author=[[Derek Pringle]]|date=2006-08-08|accessdate=2017-03-08}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|title=RHIGHEST CAREER BATTING AVERAGE FOR INDIA IN TEST MATCHES|url=https://cricketarchive.com/Archive/Records/India/Test/Batting/Highest_Career_Batting_Average.html|publisher=Cricket archives |author=|date=|accessdate=2017-03-08}}</ref>
Currently he appears as a cricket expert and commentator on various [[television channels]]. He has also appeared on various [[reality shows]] and done few serials and [[Bollywood]] films as an actor. He played a supporting role in the [[Cinema of Karnataka|Kannada]] film ''[[Bettanagere]]''.<ref>{{cite web|title=Vinod Kambli suffers heart attack, Kannada debut to be delayed?|url=http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/entertainment/kannada/movies/news/Vinod-Kambli-suffers-heart-attack-Kannada-debut-to-bedelayed/articleshow/26571526.cms|publisher=timesofindia|author=Taniya Talukdar|date=2013-11-29|accessdate=2015-10-27}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|title=Cricketer Kambli set for Kannada film debut|url=http://www.dailymail.co.uk/indiahome/indianews/article-2652340/Cricketer-Vinod-Kambli-set-Kannada-film-debut.html|publisher=dailymail|author=Aravind Gowda|date=2014-06-04|accessdate=2015-10-27}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|title=Vinod Kambli's Junglee avatar for Kannada film|url=http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/entertainment/kannada/movies/news/Vinod-Kamblis-Junglee-avatar-for-Kannada-film/articleshow/49516176.cms|publisher=timesofindia|author=Kavya Christopher|date=2015-10-27|accessdate=2015-10-27}}</ref>

==Early life==
Kambli hails from Indira Nagar, [[Kanjurmarg]], a suburb of [[Mumbai]]. He is a childhood friend of the Indian cricketer [[Sachin Tendulkar]].<ref name="India today">{{cite book|title=India today|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=6qgYAQAAMAAJ|accessdate=31 May 2012|date=April 1993|publisher=Aroon Purie for Living Media India Ltd.}}</ref> The small patch of land that served as his first cricket pitch was surrounded on all sides by high-rise buildings.The scoring system was dictated by the lack of space, and the higher a batsman hit the ball into the buildings the more runs he scored. It explains why Kambli was one of the best over-the-top hitters of spin bowling.{{citation needed|date=July 2017}}

==School cricket and later==
Kambli shared an unbroken [[Partnership (cricket)|partnership]] of 664 runs with [[Sachin Tendulkar]] in a school cricket match against [[St. Xavier's School]], Fort. Kambli contributed 349 runs before their coach Acharekar forced the pair to declare the innings; he then took six wickets for 37 runs in St. Xavier's first innings.

Kambli started his [[Ranji Trophy]] career with a six off the first ball he faced. He made his [[One Day International]] and Test debuts in 1991 and 1992, respectively. In Tests, he made four centuries including two double-centuries. He also holds the record for the fastest Indian player (14 innings) to reach 1000 runs in Tests.<ref>{{cite web|title=RECORDS / TEST MATCHES / BATTING RECORDS / FASTEST TO 1000 RUNS|url=http://stats.espncricinfo.com/ci/content/records/283173.html|publisher=ESPNcricinfo|accessdate=12 August 2017}}</ref>

==International career==
He scored 224 against England at Wankhede Stadium in 1993 as his
maiden test century in his third test. In the next test against
Zimbabwe, he scored 227. In his next test series he scored 125 and 120
against Sri Lanka. He is also the only cricketer to hit three
consecutive test centuries in three innings, all centuries against
different countries. In his 17 Tests, he averaged 69.13 in the first
innings, and just 9.40 in the second innings, with a difference of
59.73.

He made his ODI debut in 1991 against Pakistan during the Wills
Sharjah Trophy. He played world cup tournaments in 1992 and 1996. He has
2 ODI centuries in to his credit: 100 not out against England at Jaipur
in 1993 on his birthday, setting the record for becoming the first batsman to score an ODI hundred on his birthday<ref>{{Cite news|url=http://www.espncricinfo.com/magazine/content/story/867239.html|title=Birthday hundreds, and the fastest to 2000 Test runs|work=Cricinfo|access-date=2017-05-25|language=en}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|url=https://sports-nova.com/2015/04/24/birthday-bashes-cricketers-who-made-it-big-on-their-birthdays/|title=Birthday Bashes: Cricketers who made it big on their birthdays|last=Pushp|first=Pushkar|date=2015-04-24|website=Sports-nova {{!}} Live Scores, Current Sports News, Articles and Quiz|access-date=2017-05-25}}</ref> and 106 against Zimbabwe at Kanpur in the 1996 World Cup.
Cricket lovers won't forget the picture of Kambli crying when he went
back to the dressing room after Sri Lanka were awarded
the semi-final match of the 1996 World Cup.

He played his last Test match at the age of only 24<sup>[11]</sup>
while he played his last ODI in the year 2000 and formally announced
his retirement from first class cricket on 22 September 2011.<sup>[12]</sup>

[[Image:Vinod Kambli graph.png|right|thumb|250px|An innings-by-innings breakdown of Kambli's Test match batting career, showing runs scored (red bars) and the average of the last ten innings (blue line).]]

He played for Boland province in the South African domestic circuit.{{cn|date=November 2017}}

==Academy==
On 15 August 2009, Kambli launched his Khel Bharti Sports Academy<ref name=mid-day>{{cite web|title=Kambli awaits Sachin's visit to new academy|url=http://www.mid-day.com/sports/2009/aug/170809-Vinod-Kambli-Sachin-Tendulkar-Khel-Bharati-Sports-Academy.htm}}</ref> in Mumbai and announced his retirement from cricket as he wished to coach at Khel Bharti Academy.

==Personal life==
Vinod Kambli first married Noella Lewis, who was working as a receptionist at Hotel Blue Diamond (in Pune) in the year 1998.<ref>[http://www.uniblogger.com/en/Vinod_Kambli Vinod Kambli]. uniBlogger.com. Retrieved on 14 July 2014.</ref><ref>[http://www.sabrang.com/cc/comold/august98/noella.htm Story- July 1998]. Sabrang.com. Retrieved on 14 July 2014.</ref>
After separating from her Vinod Kambli married fashion Model Andrea Hewitt, the couple has a child born in June 2010.<ref>[http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2010-01-13/off-the-field/28148884_1_vinod-kambli-andrea-cricketer Times of India]. Articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com (12 January 2010). Retrieved on 14 July 2014.</ref>

After his marriage to his second wife Andrea Kambi converted to [[Christianity]], naming his son Jesus Christiano Kambli.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.cricketcountry.com/articles/vinod-kambli-16-facts-about-one-of-the-biggest-waste-of-talents-in-cricket-history-498925|title=Vinod Kambli: 16 facts about one of biggest wastes of talent in cricket history|date=18 January 2017|accessdate=10 November 2017|author=Nishad Pai Vaidya|publisher=Cricket Country}}</ref> Despite his conversion Kambi stated that he still respects all religions.<ref>{{cite web|title='Christ has come home!'|url=https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/life-style/spotlight/Christ-has-come-home/articleshow/6999985.cms|date=12 December 2010|accessdate=10 November 2017|last=Chaturvedi|first=Vinita|publisher=[[The Times of India]]}}</ref>

Journalist Kunal Purandare has penned his biography called Vinod Kambli: The Lost Hero. He played for Boland province in the South African domestic circuit.

On Friday, 29 November 2013, Kambli was admitted to Mumbai's Lilavati Hospital, following a heart attack. Kambli was taken ill while he was driving from Chembur to Bandra and suddenly stopped the car. A policewoman on duty, Sujata Patil noticed he could not drive and arranged to rush him to Lilavati Hospital. Kambli had undergone angioplasty on two of his blocked arteries in 2012.

==Politics==
Vinod Kambli joined the [[Lok Bharati Party]]<ref>https://news.webindia123.com/news/articles/India/20090204/1169412.html</ref><ref name=mumbaimirror>{{cite web|title=Vinod Kambli takes on a different ball game|url=http://www.mumbaimirror.com/index.aspx?page=article&sectid=2&contentid=2009020520090205025107529122a5d50|publisher=MumbaiMirror.com}}</ref> and was appointed vice-president of the party. He contested the 2009 [[House of Assembly|Assembly]] election from Vikhroli, Mumbai as a Lok Bharati Party candidate and lost the election.<ref>[http://cricketnext.in.com/news/kambli-yuvrajs-father-lose-in-elections/44683-13.html Kambli, Yuvraj's father lose in election – IBNLive]. Cricketnext.in.com (23 October 2009). Retrieved on 14 July 2014.</ref> However, he continues to do social work. In 2011, He supported [[Anna Hazare]]'s campaign of [[India against Corruption]].

==Movie career==

Vinod Kambli has also appeared as an actor in few films also.

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! Year !! Film !! Language !! Cast !! Director !! Notes
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|| 2002 || ''[[Annarth]]'' || [[Hindi cinema|Hindi]] || [[Sanjay Dutt]], [[Sunil Shetty]], [[Preeti Jhangiani]] || Ravi Dewan || <ref name="India today international">{{cite book|title=India today international|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=5XMMAQAAMAAJ|accessdate=31 May 2012|date=January 2001|publisher=Living Media India Ltd.|page=74}}</ref>
|-
|| 2009 || ''[[Pal Pal Dil Ke Ssaat (film)|Pal Pal Dil Ke Ssaat]]'' || Hindi || [[Ajay Jadeja]], [[Mahi Gill]], [[Satish Shah]] || V.K.Kumar || Dubbed in Malayalam as ''Aayiram Varnangal''
|-
|| 2015 || ''[[Bettanagere]]'' || [[Cinema of Karnataka|Kannada]] || [[Sumanth Shailendra]], Akshay || Mohan Gowda ||
|-
|}

===Television===
Vinod Kambli made his debut on the small screen on DD National in a serial called ''Miss India'' in 2002.<ref>[http://www.mid-day.com/entertainment/2004/may/84418.htm Kambli captures Miss India]. mid-day.com. 29 May 2004</ref>

==International centuries==
===Test centuries===
{| class="wikitable"
!colspan=8|Test centuries of Vinod Kambli
|-
! style="width;30px;"| No !! style="width:50px;"| Runs !! style="width:50px;"| Match !! style="width:140px;"| Against !! style="width:280px;"| City/Country !! style="width:250px;"| Venue !! style="width:140px;"| Start date !!style="width:50px;"| Result
|-
| '''[1]''' || 224 || 3 || {{cr|ENG}} || {{flagicon|IND}} [[Mumbai]], [[India]] || [[Wankhede Stadium]] || 19 February 1993 || Won
|-
| '''[2]''' || 227 || 4 || {{cr|ZIM}} || {{flagicon|IND}} [[Delhi]], India || [[Feroz Shah Kotla]] || 13 March 1993 || Won
|-
| '''[3]''' || 125 || 6 || {{cr|SL}} || {{flagicon|SL}} [[Colombo]], [[Sri Lanka]] || [[Sinhalese Sports Club Ground]] || 27 July 1993 || Won
|-
| '''[4]''' || 120 || 7 || {{cr|SL}} || {{flagicon|SL}} Colombo, Sri Lanka || [[P Sara Oval]] || 4 August 1993 || Drawn
|}

===ODI centuries===
{| class="wikitable"
!colspan=8|One Day International centuries of Vinod Kambli
|-
! style="width;30px;"| No !! style="width:50px;"| Runs !! style="width:50px;"| Match !! style="width:140px;"| Against !! style="width:280px;"| City/Country !! style="width:250px;"| Venue !! style="width:140px;"| Start date !!style="width:50px;"| Result
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| '''[1]''' || 100* || 11 || {{cr|ENG}} || {{flagicon|IND}} [[Jaipur]], India || [[Sawai Mansingh Stadium]] || 18 January 1993 || Lost
|-
| '''[2]''' || 106 || 67 || {{cr|ZIM}} || {{flagicon|IND}} [[Kanpur]], India || [[Green Park Stadium]] || 6 March 1996 || Won
|}

==International awards==
===One Day International Cricket===
====Man of the Match awards====
{| class="wikitable" style="width:90%; margin-left:10px"
|-
!style="text-align: middle; background: #00BFFF;"|<span style="color:black;"> No.</span>
!style="text-align: middle; background: #00BFFF;"|<span style="color:black;"> Opponent</span>
!style="text-align: middle; background: #00BFFF;"|<span style="color:black;"> Venue</span>
!style="text-align: middle; background: #00BFFF;"|<span style="color:black;"> Date</span>
!style="text-align: middle; background: #00BFFF;"|<span style="color:black;"> Match Performance</span>
!style="text-align: middle; background: #00BFFF;"|<span style="color:black;"> Result</span>
|-
| 1
| [[England national cricket team|England]]
| [[Sawai Mansingh Stadium]], [[Jaipur]]
| 19 January 1993
| 100* (149 balls: 9x4, 1x6)
| {{cr|ENG}} won by 4 wickets.<ref>{{cite web |url= http://www.howstat.com/cricket/Statistics/Matches/MatchScorecard_ODI.asp?MatchCode=0855 |title= 1992-1993 India v England - 1st Match - Jaipur}}</ref>
|-
| 2
| [[Zimbabwe national cricket team|Zimbabwe]]
| [[Nahar Singh Stadium]], [[Faridabad]]
| 19 March 1993
| 80 (75 balls: 8x4, 1x6)
| {{cr|IND}} won by 67 runs.<ref>{{cite web |url= http://www.howstat.com/cricket/Statistics/Matches/MatchScorecard_ODI.asp?MatchCode=0878 |title= 1992-1993 India v Zimbabwe - 1st Match - Faridabad}}</ref>
|-
| 3
| [[Zimbabwe national cricket team|Zimbabwe]]
| [[Nehru Stadium, Pune]]
| 25 March 1993
| 47* (62 balls: 5x4)
| {{cr|IND}} won by 8 wickets.<ref>{{cite web |url= http://www.howstat.com/cricket/Statistics/Matches/MatchScorecard_ODI.asp?MatchCode=0880 |title= 1992-1993 India v Zimbabwe - 3rd Match - Pune}}</ref>
|-
| 4
| [[South Africa national cricket team|South Africa]]
| [[Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium]], [[Mohali]]
| 22 November 1993
| 86 (116 balls: 10x4)
| {{cr|IND}} won by 43 runs.<ref>{{cite web |url= http://www.howstat.com/cricket/Statistics/Matches/MatchScorecard_ODI.asp?MatchCode=0916 |title= 1993-1994 C.A.B. Jubilee Tournament - 10th Match - India v South Africa - Mohali, Chandigarh}}</ref>
|-
| 5
| [[United Arab Emirates national cricket team|United Arab Emirates]]
| [[Sharjah Cricket Stadium]], [[Sharjah]]
| 13 April 1994
| 82* (66 balls: 4x4, 3x6)
| {{cr|IND}} won by 71 runs.<ref>{{cite web |url= http://www.howstat.com/cricket/Statistics/Matches/MatchScorecard_ODI.asp?MatchCode=0966 |title= 1993-1994 Pepsi Austral-Asia Cup - 1st Match - United Arab Emirates v India - Sharjah}}</ref>
|}

==References==
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==External links==
*[http://ind.cricinfo.com/db/PLAYERS/IND/K/KAMBLI_VG_06002073/ Cricinfo Player Profile : Vinod Ganpat Kambli]
*{{Twitter}}

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Pravesh Rana

Posted: 10 Jan 2018 10:10 AM PST

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'''Pravesh Rana''' (born 26 February 1983) is a [[male model]] and Mr. India 2008, and a [[reality TV]] show personality. In 2009, he participated as a wild card entry in the reality TV series, ''[[Bigg Boss 3]]''

==Early life==
Pravesh was born in a [[Hindu]] family in [[Baraut]], [[Uttar Pradesh]], [[India]]. Pravesh's father worked in the police services. He completed his schooling from the renowned convent school [[St. Mary's Academy, Meerut]] after which he moved to [[Ramjas College]], [[Delhi University]] to complete [[B. A]](Honors) in Economics .<ref>http://www.praveshrana.com/about-us.html</ref>

==Personal life==
Rana got married to [[Scarlett Mellish Wilson]] in August 2016.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/tv/news/hindi/Scarlett-Wilson-ties-the-knot-with-Pravesh-Rana-First-look-of-the-bride/articleshow/53876385.cms|title=Scarlett Wilson ties the knot with Pravesh Rana; First look of the bride|work=timesofindia.com|accessdate=26 August 2016}}</ref>

==Career==
Rana's penchant for mimicry has garnered work for pravesh as an anchor in stage shows has done more than 850 shows in whole of India and overseas. He won the [[Grasim Mr. India|Haywards 5000 Mr India]] contest in 2008 at a ceremony at Hotel Intercontinental Mumbai,<ref>[http://www.filmycinema.com/2009/11/pravesh-rana-wiki-pravesh-rana.html Pravesh Rana at Filmicinema]</ref> Rana has worked for television channels like [[Zoom (TV channel)|Zoom]], [[STAR Plus]], [[Bindass]], [[colors]] as an anchor.He got into Bigboss 3 as non-celebrity participant.Pravesh has been walking the ramp for all the top designers of India like Rohit Bal, Manish Malhotra,Varun Behal, Vikram Phadnis, Rocky S, Manish Gupta etc. and has been the face of all the major fashion weeks in India like Lakme Women's Fashion Week, Wills India fashion week, Lifeyboy Fashion week, Couture fashion Week, Playboy tomboy magazine, Wills Fashion Show, Ghanees Film Festival.

===''Bigg Boss 3'' entry===
Rana was the 14th person to enter the Bigg Boss House in season 3. There was an audition held in three cities in India for the ''Bigg Boss'' and pravesh won the audition in [[Delhi]]. He entered the house on the 33rd day and was runner-up. He was awarded for this performance and was given a chance to host a popular reality TV show.

Pravesh Rana has been one of the hosts on the Indian television since he came out of Bigg Boss hosting various seasons of successful shows like [[Emotional Atyachar]] season 2, 3, 4 and 5 and it is the highest rated show on all the youth based channel, He has also successfully hosted many award shows like "Screen Awards for Bollywood", "Indian television Awards", "Golden petal awards", among others.

Pravesh has done a Bollywood movie ''[[Saheb, Biwi Aur Gangster Returns]]'', which is a sequel of a very successful film ''[[Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster]]'' directed by one of the most talented directors in Bollywood, [[Tigmanshu Dhulia]]. He is also a part of movie [[San' 75 Pachattar|San'75 Pachattar]] which is set to release on 19 August 2016.

==References==
{{Reflist}}

==External links==
* [http://www.praveshrana.com/ Official Site]
* {{IMDb name|5236786}}
* [http://www.praveshrana.com/press-clip.html Pravesh Rana Press Review]

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| othername = Kamal Rashid,<ref name="only">{{cite news|url=http://www.hindu.com/mp/2007/03/03/stories/2007030301990200.htm|title=Passion only |date=3 March 2007|work=[[The Hindu]]|location=Chennai, India}}</ref> KRK<ref>{{cite web|title=Kamaal Khan is also known as KRK|url=http://zeenews.india.com/tags/Kamaal-Rashid-Khan.html|publisher=zeenews.india.com|accessdate=20 August 2013}}</ref>
 
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| occupation = producer, actor, director, writer and [[lyricist|assistant lyricist]]
 
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'''Kamaal Rashid Khan''' ({{lang-hi|कमाल राशिद खान}}, [[Urdu]]: کمال رشید خان ) (born 1 January 1975) is a practical comedian, an [[India]]n film actor, producer and writer.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://twitter.com/kamaalrkhan/status/71451530515058688|title=Kamaal R Khan's Birthdate as announced by him}}</ref>
 
 
==Career==
 
 
===Cinema===
 
Khan started his career in [[Bollywood]] as a producer and actor with the film [[Deshdrohi]] in 2008.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://entertainment.oneindia.in/celebs/kamal-rashid-khan/biography.html | title=Kamaal Rashid Khan Biography | accessdate=21 September 2013}}</ref><ref>{{cite web | url=http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2008-11-15/mumbai/27893665_1_deshdrohi-bombay-cinema-regulation-act-indians-and-marathis | title=Deshdrohi' maker moves HC today | accessdate=21 September 2013}}</ref><ref>{{cite web | url=http://www.gomolo.com/kamal-rashid-khan-biography/46325/1040087 | title=Biography of Kamal Rashid Khan | accessdate=21 September 2013}}</ref> He also appeared in a film by [[Mohit Suri]] titled [[Ek Villain]].
 
 
===Television career===
 
Khan made his television debut in [[Bigg Boss (Season 3)|Season 3]] of Indian reality TV programme [[Bigg Boss]],<ref>{{cite web|url=http://ibnlive.in.com/news/big-b-launches-bigg-boss-season-three/102685-8.html|title=Big B launches Bigg Boss season three|date=4 October 2009|publisher=[[CNN-IBN]]}}</ref> the Indian version of [[Big Brother (UK)#Celebrity Big Brother|Celebrity Big Brother]].<ref name="autogenerated">{{cite news |url=http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/entertainment/tv-/Rakhis-mom-on-Bigg-Boss/articleshow/5088996.cms |title=Rakhi's mom on Bigg Boss |date=6 October 2009 |work=[[The Times of India]]}}</ref>
 
 
Although he was already nominated for eviction for three weeks consecutively, he eventually became the first contestant to be prematurely kicked out from the Big Boss house because of his violent behaviour towards other house mates. Khan verbally abused [[Rohit Verma]] and threw a water bottle at him, which hit [[Shamita Shetty]]. He also had an altercation with comedian [[Raju Srivastav]]. Khan was asked to leave the house that very night.<ref>{{cite news|url=http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2009-10-22/tv/28087597_1_bigg-boss-kamaal-rashid-khan-bakhtiyaar-irani|title=Bigg Boss expels Kamaal Khan|date=22 October 2009|work=[[The Times of India]]|first1=Kunal M|last1=Shah}}</ref>
 
 
On 19 November, Khan re-entered the Bigg Boss house as a wild card.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.entertainmentandshowbiz.com/%E2%80%98bigg-boss%E2%80%99-comeback-man-kamaal-khan-promises-%E2%80%98payback%E2%80%99-at-%E2%80%98bigg-boss%E2%80%99-2009112323563|title='Bigg Boss': Comeback man Kamaal Khan promises 'payback' at 'Bigg Boss'|date=23 November 2009|publisher=Entertainment And Showbiz}}</ref> His second stint in the Bigg Boss house ended on Day 67 in Week 10 of the show.
 
 
==Controversy==
 
Khan's first film [[Deshdrohi]] was banned in Maharashtra by the state government amid riot concerns.<ref>{{cite web|title=Controversial film 'Deshdrohi' banned in Maharashtra|url=http://www.dnaindia.com/mumbai/1206129/report-controversial-film-deshdrohi-banned-in-maharashtra|publisher=Dna India|accessdate=7 August 2013}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|title=Controversial film 'Deshdrohi' banned in Maharashtra|url=http://www.bollywood.com/controversial-film-deshdrohi-banned-maharashtra|publisher=Bollywood.com|accessdate=7 August 2013}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|title=Kamaal Rashid Khan reinvents the English language!|url=http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2011-07-30/tv/29832907_1_krk-kamaal-rashid-khan-twitter-followers|publisher=Caroline D'Cruz|accessdate=7 August 2013}}</ref>
 
 
He has been accused of making [[Caste system in India|derogatory caste based remarks]] and defamatory remarks against South Indian actor [[Dhanush]] in his review of the latter's movie [[Raanjhanaa]], posted on YouTube.<ref>{{cite web|title=Raanjhanaa Movie Review by KRK|url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XTTyGZDjDPA|publisher=Kamaal R Khan|accessdate=7 August 2013}}</ref> A case under Section 66A of the IT Act has been registered against Kamaal at the Seema Puri Police Station of North-East Delhi. The complaint was lodged by R.L. Kane, secretary of Dr Bheemrao Ambedkar Vichaar Manch, by sending an email to the Police Commissioner B.S. Bassi.<ref>{{cite web|title=Actor Kamaal Rashid Khan booked for defamatory remarks, could be arrested|url=http://www.deccanchronicle.com/130807/news-current-affairs/article/actor-kamaal-rashid-khan-booked-defamatory-remarks-could-be|accessdate=7 August 2013}}</ref> The film fraternity approached the Federation of Western India Cine Employees (FWICE), demanding a complete ban against Khan.<ref>{{cite web|title=Film fraternity wants Kamaal R Khan banned|url=http://www.hindustantimes.com/Entertainment/Tabloid/Film-fraternity-wants-Kamaal-R-Khan-banned/Article1-1091429.aspx|work=Hindustan Times|accessdate=7 August 2013}}</ref>
 
 
During Indian General Elections 2014, he tweeted that he will leave India if [[Narendra Modi]] becomes prime minister of India. On May 18, 2014 he posted a fabricated screenshot of that tweet replacing his name with that of [[Shahrukh Khan]].<ref>{{cite web|title=Controversial tweet|url=https://twitter.com/kamaalrkhan/status/467885038164385795|accessdate=18 May 2014}}</ref> This sparked controversy as some media outlets didn't investigate and credited the tweet to Shahrukh Khan.<ref>{{cite web|title=Angry SRK tweets: You suck as much as the grammar of the fake Tweet|url=http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/shah-rukh-khan-twitter-tweet-krk-kammal-rashid-khan/1/362570.html|publisher=Intoday.in|accessdate=18 May 2014}}</ref>
 
 
On the day of release of ''[[Kochadaiiyaan]]'' on 23 May 2014, Khan made a derogatory remark about the film on [[Twitter]]. His post, which read "I will review #Heropanti on coming Thursday but I will not watch Crap film #Kochadaiiyaan", faced heated replies by fans of [[Rajinikanth]].<ref>http://www.indiatvnews.com/entertainment/bollywood/krk-insults-rajinikanth-14438.html?page=2</ref>
 
 
==Filmography==
 
 
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| 2008 || ''[[Deshdrohi]]'' || Rajkumar Singh Yadav || Hindi
 
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| 2014 || ''[[Ek Villain — There's one in every love story]]'' || Brijesh Yadav (Special Appearance) || Hindi
 
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