Emraan Hashmi Biography & Filmography

Emraan Anwar Hashmi (Hindi: इमरान हाश्मी, Urdu: عمران ہاشمی; born 24 March 1979 in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India), is a Filmfare Award-nominated Indian actor.

Early life

Hashmi was born to Anwar Hashmi and Maherahh Hashmi. His father was a Shia Muslim while his mother a Catholic.[1] After briefly changing his first name to Farhan, he decided to keep his original name.[1]
[edit] Personal life

Hashmi graduated from Sydenham College in Mumbai, India. Pooja Bhatt, an actress turned director, is his cousin, while Mahesh and Mukesh Bhatt are his uncles. They are both producers, while the former is also a writer and director. Hashmi married his long time girl friend, Parveen Shahani in December 2006.[2] He became father to a baby boy on 4 February 2010 and named him Ayaan.[3]
[edit] Controversies

In July 2009, Hashmi claimed that a housing society in Mumbai's upmarket Pali Hill locality refused to grant him permission to buy an apartment because he was a Muslim. The housing society rejected the allegations and in turn accused Hashmi and his family of intimidatory behavior.[4] Hashmi's allegations were condemned by other Muslim actors in Bollywood, especially Shahrukh Khan and Salman Khan.[5] while the Indian-Islamic Cultural Center accused Hashmi of spurring communal tensions in India.[6]

On 10 August 2009, Hashmi backtracked from his accusation and said that the housing society has not discriminated against him and termed the incident as a "miscommunication".[7]
[edit] Filmography
Year↓ Film↓ Role↓ Notes↓
2003 Footpath Raghu Srivastav
2004 Murder Sunny Nominated, Screen Weekly Best Performance in a Negative Role
Winner, Stardust Awards Best New Menace
Tumsa Nahin Dekha Daksh Mittal
2005 Zeher Siddarth
Aashiq Banaya Aapne Vikram 'Vicky' Mathur
Chocolate: Deep Dark Secrets Deva
Kalyug Ali Bhai Winner, Critical Award for the role in the film
2006 Jawani Diwani - A Youthful Joyride Mann Kapoor
Aksar Ricky Sharma
Gangster Akash Nominated, IIFA Best Actor In A Negative Role
Nominated, Filmfare Best Villain
The Killer Nikhil Joshi
Dil Diya Hai Sahil Khanna
2007 Good Boy, Bad Boy Raju
The Train: Some Lines Should Never Be Crossed Vishal Dixit
Awarapan Shivam Nominated, IIFA Best Actor (Male)
2008 Jannat Arjun Dixit Nominated, IIFA Best Actor (Male)
2009 Raaz - The Mystery Continues Prithvi Singh
Tum Mile Akshay
2010 24 x 7 Raftaar Sam Grover Under Production
Once Upon A Time In Mumbai Shoaib Releasing July 30, 2010
Crook: It'S Good To Be Bad Releasing September 24, 2010

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