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Emraan Hashmi

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Syed Emraan Anwar Hashmi is an Indian film actress starring in Hindi movies. Known at first for playing daring scenes, Hashmi later played powerful roles in films. One of India's most unusual actors, Hashmi has been nominated for three Filmfare Awards.

Emraan Hashmi was born on March 24, 1979 in Bombay (now Mumbai). His father, Syed Anwar Hashmi, is a businessman who also appeared in the 1968 film Baharon Ki Manzil, and his mother, Maherrah Hashmi, was a housewife. His close father, Syed Shauqat Hashmi, moved to Pakistan after the division of India, and his grandmother Meherbano Mohammad Ali (known by her screen name Purnima) was an actress who stayed in India. Meherbano Mohammad Ali was later married to producer and director Bhagwan Dass Varma, the sister of producer Mahesh Bhatt and Shirin Mohammad Ali, mother of Mukesh Bhatt. Hashmi is the cousin of director Mohit Suri, who has collaborated on several films. His other cousins ​​are actors Pooja Bhatt and Alia Bhatt, and his other cousins ​​are actors Rahul Bhatt. Hashmi studied at Jamnabai Narsee School. After graduating from Jamnabai, I attended Sydenham College in Mumbai. Hashmi later earned a bachelor's degree from the University of Mumbai.

Emraan Hashmi made her acting debut in 2003 with Vikram Bhatt's thriller Footpath. Co-starring with Aftab Shivdasani and Bipasha Basu, he played the role of gangster Raghu Shrivastav. His performance in the film was appreciated by critics. Gaurav Malani described him as a "scene thief" and praised his mannerism. The following year, he appeared in Anurag Basu's erotic thriller Murder with Mallika Sherawat and Ashmit Patel. Taran Adarsh ​​of Bollywood Hungama said of his acting: “Emraan Hashmi is fantastic for a tailored role for herself. Playing and playing the role of an obsessive lover is undeniable that the narrative is greatly stimulated thanks to Emraan's acting.” The murder has a domestic cap of 250 million. It was financially successful for $3.5 million USD and became India's 9th highest-grossing film of the year.

In 2012, Hashmi appeared in Kunal Deshmukh's crime thriller Jannat 2 with Randeep Hooda and Esha Gupta. Initially it was titled "Informer", but later changed to the current title, making it the successor to Jannat (2008). The film was a box office success, but it caused mixed reviews from critics. Then he starred alongside Abhay Deol, Prosenjit Chatterjee and Kalki Koechlin in Dibakar Banerjee's Shanghai adaptation of a 1969 French film of the same name as writer Vassilis Vassilikos' novel Z. Set in a fictional town called Bharat Nagar, a political thriller tracks corruption in India. The film has been praised by critics, and Hashmi has been unanimously praised for portraying Joginder Parmar, a videographer who sometimes shoots porn films. Madhureeta Mukherjee of The Times of India wrote that Hashmi "looks at that part and takes action that he should be proud of." Raja Sen described this as one of his best performers, wrote "Emraan Hashmi, mastering complex roles while delivering knockout punches" and called it "Best Performance of the Year, Brave and Consistent Performance." He was nominated for his second Best Supporting Actor for his performance at the 58th Filmfare Awards.

Emraan Hashmi's next appearance was Vikram Bhatt's supernatural horror Raaz 3D with Bipasha Basu and Esha Gupta. Although commercially successful, the film and his performances mostly received negative reviews. Critic Kunal Guha said, "[Hashmi] took his role as seriously as possible, but his efforts have not been able to drive away the evil and terrible conspiracy from the spelling ruin of this film. As Hollywood Reporter Lisa Tsering writes: “Blackish Hashmi does something unforgettable. His last film was a postponed thriller rush between Shamin De Sai and failed at the box office.

In addition to acting in the film, Hashmi has praised an autobiographical book about his son's illness and is a prominent celebrity advocate for the brand and product. He has been married to his childhood sweetheart Parveen Shahani since 2006 and has a son.

Before starting his acting career, he worked as an assistant director for the 2002 horror film Raaz. Until 2004, Hashmi took on roles in several successful thrillers including Murder (2004), Zeher (2005), Aashiq Banaya Aapne (2005), Kalyug (2005), and Aksar (2006), establishing himself as one of the leading actors in Hindi cinema. I did. And Gangster (2006). However, he followed a role in the film, which was poorly at the box office before appearing in the acclaimed action drama Awarapan (2007).

Emraan Hashmi married Parveen Shahani at an Islamic wedding in December 2006 after six years and six months. The couple has a son, Aya An Hashimi, born on February 3, 2010 On January 15, 2014, Aya-an was diagnosed with stage 1 cancer. 5 years

In 2015, Hashmi starred in two films. Mr. X was a disaster at the box office with negative reviews and the other was the third long-awaited Hamari Adhuri Kahani opposite Vidya Balan. It was commercially average, despite receiving mixed reviews from critics, but gaining a positive response from the audience.

Emraan Hashmi's last film in 2011 was Milan Luthria's biographical The Dirty Picture, starring controversial Indian actresses Silk Smitha and Vidya Balan alongside Naseeruddin Shah and Tusshar Kapoor. He was cast as the narrator Abraham, who claims to be the main character's greatest enemy. The film was praised by critics, and Hashmi's acting was highly appreciated. Rajeev Masand of CNN-IBN writes: "Emraan Hashmi has been aptly restrained as Abraham, a director who believes in cinema as an art and hates the idea of ​​inserting steam numbers into his films to seduce the crowd." However, some critics were skeptical of his role in the film. Soumyadipta Banerjee of Daily News and Analysis thought it was "the wrong place." The Dirty Picture was a commercial success with sales of over $1.14 billion (US$16 million) worldwide.

Emraan Hashmi was next starred opposite Anurag Basu's Romance, Tumsa Nahin Dekha, Dia Mirza. While filming the film, Basu was diagnosed with blood cancer, so producer and director Mahesh Bhatt completed it. The film wasn't successful at the box office, but his portrayal of Daksh Mittal (a young millionaire in love with Bargeul) was generally well received. Reviews of his performance on the BBC Online pointed out that he "became great in every movie." Emraan Hashmi played a supporting role in Mohit Suri's thriller Kalyug, along with Kunal Khemu, Smilie Suri, Amrita Singh, Ashutosh Rana and Deepal Shaw. Based on the sex industry, the film depicted the devastating impact of unconsensual pornography on the subject. Hashmi appeared as Ali Bhai who runs a sex shop. His performance received positive reviews from critics through writing by Taran Adarsh. "Emraan Hashmi has a short look and the actor is, as always, very competent." Kalyug had modest success in India.

In 2011, Emraan Hashmi first appeared alongside Madhur Bhandarkar's romantic comedy Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji with Ajay Devgan, Omi Vaidya, Shazahn Padamsee, Tisca Chopra and Shruti Hassan. The film, like Hashmi's acting, performed poorly and received mixed reviews from critics. He next appeared in Mohit Suri's slasher thriller Murder 2, alongside Jacqueline Fernandez, Prashant Narayanan and Sulagna Panigrahi. The film and his acting gave rise to mixed reviews from critics. Shubhra Gupta of The Indian Express wrote: -Liner containing the same amount of bluster and pluster. Nevertheless, Murder 2 has been a huge success. With domestic sales of more than $475 million ($6.7 million), the film emerged as a blockbuster.

Emraan Hashmi's father is Muslim and his mother is a Christian, but Hashmi grew up as a Muslim and he says "God is a firm believer." His mother Maherrah Hashmi died on March 11, 2016, and Hashmi canceled filming for the day of his film Azhar, who learned about the death of his mother. He no longer wanted to play Azhar's filming, and he also wanted to capture his heart with his work. So he returned to the set as soon as possible. In 2016, Hashmi published an autobiography "Kiss of Life," based on his son's cancer journey.

Emraan Hashmi's first film in 2006 is Anant Mahadevan's thriller Aksar, starring Udita Goswani and Dino Morea. Although the film was a lucrative production, it received negative reviews from critics. He next appeared in Anurag Basu's romantic thriller Gangster, co-starring Kangana Ranaut and Shiney Ahuja. The film was a box office success in India, with revenues of over 190 million pounds (US$ 2.7 million). Hashmi received positive reviews for portraying a secret investigator named Aakash. Rediff.com's Raja Sen said, "His character is understated and Hashmi keeps it that way. There are no unnecessary blisters or melodramas, and he does a pretty reliable job. There's something lazy in his acting. It means he makes things look easy. For the film, Hashmi was nominated for the first Filmfare in Best Performance in a Negative Role. Then he played in the crime thriller The Killer (adapted from the 2004 film Collateral) and the romance Dil Diya Hai. Both of these films failed critically and commercially.

In 2007, Hashmi starred in three films. He first appeared in the comedy Good Boy Bad Boy with Tusshar Kapoor, Isha Sharvani and Tanushree Dutta. The film failed to hit the box office and received poor reviews. Then he starred opposite Mrinalini Sharma and Shriya Saran in Mohit Suri's romantic thriller Awarapan. Hashmi was cast as Shivam, a gangster with a tragic past. Critic Khalid Mohamed, who wrote for the Hindustan Times, described it as "intense and reliable." Subhash K Jha wrote: "... actor Emran Hashimi who hides more than what is revealed on the screen. This film has the pain inherent in his character, knocking better than he did before. This film marks the emergence of a major talent. ." His last release of the year was the thriller The Train. Only Awarapan has had commercial and critical success making it the best film in his career.

2008 was a turning point when Hashmi played a scammer in the crime drama Jannat. Later, he was credited with playing a different character in the horror movie Raaz: The Mystery Continues (2009), the biographical drama The Dirty Picture (2011), the psychological thriller Murder 2 (2011), and the romantic comedy Dil Toh Baccha Hai. Ji (2011), crime thriller Jannat 2 (2012), supernatural thriller Raaz 3 (2012), and Ek Thi Daayan (2013) all rated him critically. Hash Me was highly acclaimed in the underworld drama Once Upon A Time, Mumbai Ai (2010) and political thriller Shanghai (2012), and was nominated for two Best Supporting Actor awards at Filmfare. After starring in another box office flop series, he starred as an evil spirit in the biography sports drama Azhar's title character and horror thriller Raaz Reboot (both in 2016) and was praised for the drama Hamari Adhuri Kahani (2015). And the action film Baadshaho (2017).

His only film in 2008 was Jannat by Kunal Deshmukh, a love story set in a match fix. Hashmi, who starred alongside Sonal Chauhan, Javed Sheikh, and Sameer Kochhar, was cast as bookmaker Arjun Dixit. His performance was highly appreciated by critics. Taran Adarsh ​​said, "The actors express the realm of emotions in abundance, and the chameleons change their facial expressions as if they change colors. Jannat is another turning point in his career." The film has been a commercial success in India, with revenues of over $420 million (US$5.9 million).

His next film, Azhar, was released on May 13, 2016 through multiple reviews. Then he starred in Vikram Bhatt's Raaz: Reboot, the fourth film in the Raaz film series, which was released on September 16, 2016. Raaz Reboot earned average profits at the box office. The next film Baadshaho directed by Milan Luthria, starring Ajay Devgan, Ileana D'Cruz, Esha Gupta and Vidyut Jammwal, was released on September 1, 2017. He started filming Captain Nawab in late 2017. It reported that it was put on hold in early 2018. As of October 2018, Hasmi appeared in the Web TV series Bard of Blood, based on a book named after Bilal Siddiqui. The web series produced by Shah Rukh Khan was released on Netflix. In January 2019, he starred in the crime drama Why Cheat India by Soumik Sen, another box office failure. As of July 2019, Hashmi is shooting the supernatural thriller Ezra, a remake of the 2017 Malayalam movie of the same name.

In 2013, Emraan Hashmi first appeared in the supernatural thriller Ek Thi Daayan by Ekta Kapoor and Vishal Bhardwaj with Konkona Sen Sharma, Huma Qureshi and Kalki Koechlin. Most of the critical opinions about the film were positive, and Hash Me's acting was also appreciated. Saibal Chatterjee of NDTV mentioned that Hashmi "makes a haunted feel that fits perfectly with the haunted magician's character", while Shubhra Gupta called her performance "consistent" and added as "a performer who keeps getting better." It.

In 2009, Emraan Hashmi appeared in Mohit Suri's Supernatural Horror Raaz-The Mystery Continues with Kangana Ranaut and Adhyayan Suman. The domestic collection of the film has risen to success, exceeding $340 million ($4.8 million). Hashimi's portrayal of the painter was well received. As Nikhat Kazmi of The Times of India wrote: “Emraan Hashmi is quickly emerging as Colin Farrell in Indian cinema. Totally mercury, eclectic and unpredictable. As a melancholy, foreseeable painter who paints death on his canvas and falls in love with one of his subjects, he is moderately mourning and desperate. And I'm afraid.” Then he starred opposite Soha Ali Khan in Kunal Deshmukh's Tum Mile, a love story set in the 2005 Maharashtra Flood. The movie was poor at the box office.

The following year, Emraan Hashmi appeared in Milan Luthria's era action drama Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai, with ensemble casts including Ajay Devgan, Randeep Hooda, Kangana Ranaut and Prachi Desai. Depicting the injuries of organized crime in Mumbai, this photo sees Hashmi playing Shaw Ive Khan, a character inspired by real gangster Dod Ibrahim. Mumbaai's Once Upon A Time in Mumbaai, with domestic sales of more than $780 million ($11 million), has gained popularity and received positive criticism. For his performance, Hashmi received positive reviews from critics and was nominated for Best Supporting Actor at the 56th Filmfare Awards. Daily News and Analysis's Blessy Chettiar described him as "top-notch." "This is easily Emraan's best acting so far," Komal Nahta said. "If he's cute in romantic scenes, he's incredibly strong in action and dramatic scenes." His next release was Mohit Suri's action thriller Crook, based on the controversy of violence against Australian Indians. However, the movie did not perform well and was panned by critics.

Emraan Hashmi's second appearance was about Raj Kumar Gupta's comic thriller Ghanchakkar, opposite Vidya Balan. Critics were divided into judgment on the movie and Hash Me's acting. Emirates' Sneha May Francis 24/7 "Emraan Hashmi spins one of the most restrained yet impressive performances in his acting career. He makes [his character] predicament-his anger, frustration and doubt-easily attractive." Rajeev Masand was more critical of his acting, reflecting that he was "struggling to shine in a limited range of roles." At the box office, Ek Thi Daayan and Ghanchakkar both performed poorly. In 2014, Hashmi first appeared in Kunal Deshmukh's Raja Natwarlal and Rensil D'Silva's Ungli, both of which failed at the box office, the latter of which Hashmi failed at the box office five times in a row. He starred in the Tigers of Academy Award-winning director Danis Tanovic, which premiered at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival and subsequently premiered digitally on the on-demand platform ZEE5 in November 2018.

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