Interesting Facts and Figures Boman Irani

May 8th, 2009 - 1:31 am ICT by Sampurn Wire  

Interesting Facts and Figures Boman Irani Boman Irani (born in 1962, Mumbai, Maharashtra) is an Indian film and theatre actor.

Before moving into the entertainment industry Boman Irani was involved in selling potato chips.

He started his career as a photographer, but soon expanded to theatre with a first cameo in Alyque Padamsee’s play Roshni and a double role opposite Pearl Padamsee in Raell Padamsee’s play Family Ties in 1996.

He portrayed Mahatma Gandhi in the Feroz Abbas Khan play Mahatma vs. Gandhi. This play explored Gandhi’s troubled relationship with his eldest son Harilal Gandhi.

He then did some T.V. commercials, CEAT tyres, Smyle Cough Syrup being couple of them.

He made his Bollywood film debut in Josh (2000).

He shot to fame as the eccentric Dr. J.C Ashtana in the hit comedy film Munnabhai M.B.B.S. (2003).

He also appeared in the sequel, Lage Raho Munna Bhai (2006), as a different character, Lucky Singh.

His recent noteworthy performance includes Khosla ka Ghosla, where he plays a comic negative character.

He has appeared in many Bollywood films playing a variety of character and supporting roles ranging from comic roles in films such as Main Hoon Na (2004), Waqt: The Race Against Time (2005) and Khosla Ka Ghosla (2006) as well as serious dramatic roles in Lakshya (2004), Veer-Zaara (2004), Don - The Chase Begins Again (2006) and the English language film Being Cyrus (2006).

His roles have ranged from father, friend, uncle, doctor, abusive neighbour, courtroom judge, corrupt businessman, eccentric murderer and police officer.

He follows Zoroastrianism and hails from the Gujarati-speaking Parsi community of Mumbai, Maharashtra.

He has also been on Kaun Banega Crorepati with Sanjay Dutt. -Sampurn Media
Interesting Facts and Figures Boman Irani

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