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Present Name: Akshay Kumar
Birth Name: Rajiv Hari Om-Bhatia
Known As: Akki, Mac, King Kumar, Khiladi, The King of Bollywood
DOB, Birth Place & Origin:
Birth Place: Amritsar, Punjab, India
Claim to fame:
1991 film Saugandh
Height and Weight:
Height: 5′ 11″ (1.80 m)
Occupation: Actor, producer, presenter
Years active: 1991–present
Parent’s Name: Hari Om Bhatia & Aruna Bhatia
Languages known: Hindi, English
Father: Hari Om Bhatia
Mother: Aruna Bhatia
Spouse: Twinkle Khanna (14 January 2001 – present)
Daughter: Nitara Rajesh Khanna
Religion & Zodiac:
With his clean cut good looks and his training in martial arts, Akshay Kumar smoothly made a transition from action hero to a romantic hero and then into comedy, keeping movie buffs glued to their seats as they wait for what this Khiladi has to offer next.
Akshay Kumar was born in Amritsar, in a Punjabi family. His father was a government employee. Kumar was then raised in Delhi before moving to Mumbai where he studied at Don Bosco School and then Guru Nanak Khalsa College. He studied martial arts in Bangkok and worked as a chef. He then came back to Mumbai, where he started teaching martial arts. One of his students recommended him to do modeling and a few modeling assignments later, Kumar was offered a role in the film Deedar (1992) and too as the lead actor!
However, Kumar made his Bollywood acting debut with the 1991 film Saugandh, which was followed by the 1992 thriller, Khiladi. In 1994, his action films Main Khiladi Tu Anari and Mohra which were among the highest grossing films of the year. Later that year, he was seen in Yeh Dillagi which was also a success. During the same year, Kumar also had success with films like Suhaag and the low budget action film Elaan. All these achievements, promoted Kumar as one of the most successful actors of that year.
In 1995, along with his share of unsuccessful movies, Akshay starred in the third film in his Khiladi series, Sabse Bada Khiladi, which proved to be a hit. The fourth successful film with Khiladi in the title was, Khiladiyon Ka Khiladi, where Akshay starred opposite Rekha and Raveena Tandon. The film became one of the highest grossing films of the year.
In 1997, Kumar was seen in a supporting role Dil To Pagal Hai. In the same year, he attempted a comedy role with the fifth film in the Khiladi series, Mr. & Mrs. Khiladi; the film failed commercially. All his next Khiladi releases in the following years went on to fail at the box office.
In 1999, Kumar received critical acclaim for his roles in the films Sangharsh and Jaanwar. Then Akshay tried his hand at comedy quite successfully in 2000 with Hera Pheri, which was a laugh riot. His film with Shilpa Shetty and Sunil Shetty, Dhadkan, also was a good performer at the box office. His negative role in Ajnabee (2001) was well received and won him a Filmfare.
The years 2003 to 2006 saw him in Awara Paagal Deewana, Andaaz, Mujhse Shaadi Karogi, Garam Masala, and the sequel, Phir Hera Pheri. Apart from his action, comedy and romantic roles, Kumar displayed a flair for dramatic roles in films such as, Aankhen, Bewafaa and Waqt: The Race Against Time.
Akshay Kumar proved himself yet again in 2007 with almost all of his films ending up as hits: Namastey London, Bhool Bhulaiyaa, and Welcome. Though his much-hyped film, Tashan failed to do well in 2008, Singh is Kinng did exceptionally well in India and overseas. Akshay has also become a producer. The actor does not charge any remuneration for most of his movies now and rather steps in as a producer and takes a cut in the profit of the film. His company is called Hari Om Entertainment.
In the meantime Akshay also made his foray into television with the show Khatron Ke Khiladi (a franchisee of Fear Factor). In 2010 he hosted another TV show called Master Chef India. However, in the past two years, Akshay’s stardom suffered as the actor saw several of his films flopping one after the other: Kambakkht Ishq, Blue, Action Replayy and Tees Maar Khan.
Kumar’s Patiala House and Thank You failed at the box-office in 2011. But in the same year his
Other release Desi Boyz managed to do good business at the box-office.
Akshay Kumar was born in Amritsar in the Indian state of Punjab. His father was an army officer. His mother’s name is Aruna Bhatia. From a very young age, he was recognized as a performer, particularly as a dancer. Kumar was raised in Delhi’s Chandni Chowk neighborhood before moving to Mumbai. In Mumbai, he lived in Koliwada, which was another Punjabi dominated area. He studied at Don Bosco School in Mumbai and then Guru Nanak Khalsa College in Mumbai. Akshay has one sister also, Alka Bhatia.
After having obtained a black belt in Taekwondo while in India, he studied martial arts in Bangkok, Thailand, where he learned Muay Thai and worked as a chef and waiter. He then came back to Mumbai, where he started teaching martial arts. One of his students happened to be a photographer and recommended him to do modeling. The student gave him a modeling assignment for a small company. For his two hours posing in front of the camera, Kumar got 5,000, compared to his previous monthly salary of 4,000. That was one of the main reasons why he chose to be a model. One morning he missed his flight for an ad-shoot at Bangalore. Disappointed with himself, he went for his usual rounds at various film studios with his portfolio. Luckily that same evening, Kumar was signed for a lead role by producer Pramod Chakravarthy for the movie Deedar.
Boss (2013) [Actor …. Boss]
Once Upon a Time in Mumbai Dobaara! (2013) [Actor …. Shoaib Khan]
… aka “Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai 2” – India (English title) (alternative title)
… aka “Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai Again” – India (English title) (alternative title)
Special 26 (2013) [Actor …. In the lead role] … aka “Special Chabbis” – India (original title)
Khiladi 786 (2012) [Actor …. Bahattar Singh]
Son of Sardaar (2012) [thanks]
OMG: Oh My God! (2012) [Actor …. Krishna Vasudev Yadav] [producer]
Joker (2012) [Actor …. Rajkumar/Agastya] [producer]
“C.I.D.: Raaz Gayab Maa Baap Ka (1.833)” (2012) TV Episode [Actor …. Shiva]
Rowdy Rathore (2012) [Actor …. Shiva/IPS Vikram Singh Rathore] [Soundtrack] (performer: “Rowdy Mix”)
Housefull 2 (2012) [Actor …. Jolly 1/Sunny]
Desi Boyz (2011) [Actor …. Jignesh Patel/Jerry/Rocco]
Breakaway (2011) [Actor …. Himself] [executive producer] … aka “Speedy Singhs” – India (English title) (imdb display title)
Chalo Dilli (2011) [Actor …. Lt. Col. Vikram Singh Rana] [very special thanks]
Thank You (2011/I) [Actor …. Kishan]
Patiala House (2011) [Actor …. Parghat Singh ‘Gattu’ Kahlon/Kaali]
Tees Maar Khan (2010) [Actor …. Tabrez Mirza ‘Tees Maar’ Khan] … aka “T.M.K.” – India (English title) (short title), International (English title) (short title)
Action Replayy (2010) [Actor …. Kishen Chopra]
Khatta Meetha (2010) [Actor …. Sachin R. Tichkule]
Housefull (2010) [Actor …. Aarush]
Jaane Kahan Se Aayi Hai (2010) [Actor …. Himself] [grateful thanks]
De Dana Dan (2009) [Actor …. Nitin Bankar]
Blue (2009/I) [Actor …. Aarav Malhotra]
Kambakkht Ishq (2009) [Actor …. Viraj Shergill] … aka “Incredible Love” – USA (literal English title)
8 x 10 Tasveer (2009) [Actor …. Jai J. Puri/Jeet J. Puri]
Chandni Chowk to China (2009) [Actor …. Sidhu/Liu Sheuyn] [Soundtrack] (performer: “Chandni Chowk to China”, “Chandni Chowk to China” (DJ Amyth Mix)) [playback singer]
… aka “Made in China” – India (English title) (working title), USA (informal alternative title)
… aka “C.C.2.C.” – India (English title) (promotional abbreviation)
Jumbo (2008) [Actor …. Jumbo] (voice)
Singh Is Kinng (2008) [Actor …. Happy Singh] [playback singer] … aka “S.I.K.” – India (English title) (promotional abbreviation)
Tashan (2008) [Actor …. Bachchan Pandey] (as The Akshay Kumar) [Soundtrack] (performer: “Bachchan Pande Ka Tashan”)
… aka “Style” – India (English title) (literal title)
“Dus Ka Dum” (2008) TV series [Actor …. Himself – Guest]
Welcome (2007/I) [Actor …. Rajiv Saini]
Om Shanti Om (2007) [Actor …. Himself] … aka “O.S.O.” – India (English title) (short title)
Bhool Bhulaiyaa (2007) [Actor …. Dr. Aditya Shrivastav] … aka “Maze” – India (English title) (informal title)
Heyy Babyy (2007) [Actor …. Arush Mehra]
Namastey London (2007) [Actor …. Arjun Ballu Singh]
Bhagam Bhag (2006) [Actor …. Bunty]
Jaan-E-Mann: Let’s Fall in Love… Again (2006) [Actor …. Agastya Rao]
Phir Hera Pheri (2006) [Actor …. Raju]
Humko Deewana Kar Gaye (2006) [Actor …. Aditya Malhotra]
Mere Jeevan Saathi (2006) [Actor …. Vicky] … aka “My Life Partner” – International (English title) (informal literal title)
Family: Ties of Blood (2006) [Actor …. Shekhar K. Bhatia]
Dosti: Friends Forever (2005) [Actor …. Raj Malhotra]
Deewane Huye Paagal (2005) [Actor …. Rocky Hiranandani]
Garam Masala (2005) [Actor …. Mac]
Waqt: The Race Against Time (2005) [Actor …. Aditya Thakur]
Bewafaa (2005) [Actor …. Raja]
Insan (2005) [Actor …. Amjad]
Ab Tumhare Hawale Watan Saathiyo (2004) [Actor …. Major Rajeev Singh]
Aitraaz (2004) [Actor …. Raj Malhotra]
Hatya: The Murder (2004) [Actor …. Ravi R. Lal]
Mujhse Shaadi Karogi (2004) [Actor …. Sunny]
Meri Biwi Ka Jawab Nahin (2004) [Actor …. Inspector Ajay]
Aan: Men at Work (2004) [Actor …. DCP Hari Om Patnaik]
Police Force: An Inside Story (2004) [Actor …. Vijay Singh]
“Seven Deadly Arts with Akshay Kumar” (2004) TV mini-series [Actor …. Himself]
Khakee (2004) [Actor …. Sr. Inspector Shekhar Verma] … aka “The Uniform” – International (English title) (informal literal title)
Ghar Grihasti (2004) [Actor …. Himself]
Mitter Pyare Nu Haal Mureedan Da Kehna (2004) [Actor …. Narrator]
Andaaz (2003) [Actor …. Raj Malhotra]
Talaash: The Hunt Begins… (2003) [Actor …. Arjun]
Jaani Dushman: Ek Anokhi Kahani (2002) [Actor …. Atul]
Awara Paagal Deewana (2002) [Actor …. Guru Gulab Khatri]
Aankhen (2002) [Actor …. Vishwas Prajapati]
Haan Maine Bhi Pyaar Kiya (2002) [Actor …. Raj Malhotra]
Ajnabee (2001) [Actor …. Vikram Bajaj ((Vicky)] [Soundtrack] (performer: “Kaun Main Haan Tum”)
Bond of Love (2001) [Actor …. Ajay Kapoor] … aka “Ek Rishtaa: The Bond of Love” – India (original title)
Khiladi 420 (2000) [Actor …. Dev Kumar Malhotra]
Dhadkan (2000) [Actor …. Ram]
International Indian Film Awards (2000) (TV) [Actor …. Himself] … aka “IIFA Awards” – India (English title) (short title)
Hera Pheri (2000) [Actor …. Raju]
Bollywood im Alpenrausch (2000) (TV) [Actor …. Himself] (uncredited)
Jaanwar (1999) [Actor …. Badshah/Bapu Lohar]
Sangharsh (1999) [Actor …. Professor Aman Varma]
Zulmi (1999) [Actor …. Raj]
International Khiladi (1999) [Actor …. Rahul ‘Devraj’]
Aarzoo (1999) [Actor …. Vijay Khanna]
Barood (1998) [Actor …. Jai Sharma]
Angaaray (1998) [Actor …. Inspector Amar]
Keemat: They Are Back (1998) [Actor …. Dev]
Aflatoon (1997) [Actor …. Rocky/Raja/Parimal Chaturvedi]
Dil To Pagal Hai (1997) [Actor …. Ajay (Special Appearance)]
… aka “D.T.P.H.” – India (English title) (promotional abbreviation)
… aka “The Heart Is Crazy” – India (English title) (literal title)
Mr. & Mrs. Khiladi (1997) [Actor …. Raja]
Tarazu (1997) [Actor …. Inspector Ram Yadav]
Daava (1997) [Actor …. Inspector Arjun] … aka “The Challenge” – India (English title)
Insaaf: The Final Justice (1997) [Actor …. Inspector Vikram Singh]
Lahoo Ke Do Rang (1997) [Actor …. Sikandar Davai]
Sapoot (1996) [Actor …. Prem]
Khiladiyon Ka Khiladi (1996) [Actor …. Akshay Malhotra] … aka “Players of the Game” – International (English title) (informal literal title)
Tu Chor Main Sipahi (1996) [Actor …. Amar Varma]
Sabse Bada Khiladi (1995) [Actor …. Inspector Vijay Kumar/Lallu]
Maidan-E-Jung (1995) [Actor …. Karan Singh]
Paandav (1995) [Actor …. Inspector Vijay Kumar]
Hum Hain Bemisaal (1994) [Actor …. Vijay Sinha]
Zaalim (1994) [Actor …. Ravi]
Zakhmi Dil (1994) [Actor …. Jaidev Anand]
Nazar Ke Samne (1994) [Actor …. Jai Kumar]
Suhaag (1994) [Actor …. Raj Sinha]
Ikke Pe Ikka (1994) [Actor …. Rajiv]
Amaanat (1994) [Actor …. Amar]
Main Khiladi Tu Anari (1994) [Actor …. Police Inspector Karan Joglekar]
Mohra (1994) [Actor …. Amar Saxena]
Jai Kishen (1994) [Actor …. Jai Verma/Kishen]
Yeh Dillagi (1994) [Actor …. Vijay Saigal] … aka “The Game of Love” – India (English title)
Elaan (1994) [Actor …. Vishal Chaudhry]
Sainik (1993) [Actor …. Lieutenant Suraj Dutt]
Waqt Hamara Hai (1993) [Actor …. Vikas Kumar Sabkuchwala]
Kayda Kanoon (1993) [Actor …. Inspector Dawood ‘D.D.’ Durani]
Dil Ki Baazi (1993) [Actor …. Vijay]
Ashaant (1993) [Actor …. Vijay]
Deedar (1992) [Actor …. Anand K. Malhotra]
Khiladi (1992) [Actor …. Raj Malhotra]
Mr. Bond (1992) [Actor …. Mr. Bond]
Dancer (1991) [Actor …. Raju ‘Raja’]
Saugandh (1991) [Actor …. Shiva]
Aaj (1987) [Actor …. Karate Instructor] … aka “Today” – International (English title) (informal literal title)
Chandni Chowk To China (January 16, 2009)
Singh Is Kinng (August 8, 2008)
Tashan (April 25, 2008)
Ajnabee (September 22, 2001)
Ad-ing to it:
1997: He did an ad for Pepsi, much before every top star jumped the cola wagon.
2007: His endorsement career really kicked off with Thumbs Up.
2010: He became the face of brands like Dollar Club, Micromax and Manappuram Gold Loan. Manappuram was perhaps the first brand to use Akshay’s equity for a high-end product like gold loan.
2012: His endorsements boasts of brands such as Red Label, LG Electronics, Honda, Canadian Tourism and Sparx from Relaxo. He charges around Rs. 2-2.5 crore per endorsement.
Winner: Screen Award for Best Popular Actor Award (2009)
Movie: Singh Is Kinng
Winner: Stardust Award for Star Of The Year – Male (2008)
Movie: Namastey London
Winner: Filmfare Award for Best Performance In Comic Role (2005)
Movie: Garam Masala
Winner: IIFA Award for Best Performance In Comic Role (2005)
Movie: Mujhse Shaadi Karogi
Winner: Filmfare Award for Best Performance In Negative Role (2001)
Facts and Fiction:
1991: Mr long locks
Akshay’s hairstyle in the 90s was as static as his dressing style. Long hair, loose shirts and denims defined his style for many years.
2002: Short ‘n’ sweet
A refreshing change was Akshay’s cropped hair. Even his fashion choices improved and the actor’s rugged look caught on.
2007: A touch of gold
Getting experimental, Akshay shed his nonchalant look for golden hair in Namaste London. He continued to flaunt the look later as well.
2008: Cool crew
The actor rocked the crew cut that he sported during the first season
of TV show, Khatron ke Khiladi. It added to his rough and tough image.
2010: Akki, the geek
For his role in Action Replayy, Akshay began wearing geek glasses and colorful clothes.
2009: During a show for denim brand Levis at the Lakme Fashion Week, Akshay landed himself in a soup after he asked wife Twinkle Khanna to unbutton his jeans. An obscenity case was registered against the two under IPC Section 294.
2011: Akshay reportedly slapped a security guard of Mumbai’s The Grand Eastern Shores apartments, after the guard reportedly pinched Akshay son Aarav’s buttocks. The guard went by the name Bhandari. This incident led to Bhandari’s dismissal.
2012: Akshay grabbed headlines recently after he decided not to promote his co-production, Joker. The actor was apparently unhappy with way the project had finally shaped up. “I’ll let Joker speak for itself,” Akki had said in his defence. The film was directed by Shirish Kunder.
Was a martial arts teacher. One of his students suggested he model and he was soon offered films after his success as a model.
Won Best Villain award for Ajnabee (2001) as it was his first ever award since his career started in 1991.
Was working as a chef in a restaurant in Bangkok before entering films.
Studied martial arts in Bangkok before becoming an actor.
He is good friends with fellow actor & superstar, Salman Khan. They have done two films together, Mujhse Shaadi Karogi (2004) and Jaan-E-Mann (2006).
Has formed a popular on-screen pairing with Katrina Kaif after super hits such as Welcome, Namastey London and Singh Is Kinng together.
Started production company named ‘Grazing Goats Production’ to promote ‘different’ Hindi movies and support Regional cinema.
Has a daughter, born on September 25, 2012, named Nitara Rajesh Khanna in honor of his father-in-law Rajesh Khanna who passed away in 2012.
A major WWE wrestling fan. Met WWE Superstar Kane at his residence in India in 2010.
Controversies are a package deal in this industry. You just have to understand that and accept it.
I savour the adulation and love I have been getting from my fans and the blessings of elders in my family. Fourteen years have given me a lot and I can’t thank God and the industry enough.
Look at what destiny had in store for me. I married my idol’s daughter! I still can’t believe it. Who wasn’t his fan in the 1970s and 80s? I remember queuing up for hours with parents to watch repeatedly Aradhana, Amar Prem, Kati Patang, Prem Kahani, Aap Ki Kasam, Chhailla Babu, Anurodh, Amardeep and then watching as a teenager in theaters Bandish, Kudrat, Aanchal, Ashanti,Souten, Awaaz, Dharm Aur Qanoon, Maqsad, and many more. These are among my favorite films of all times.http://hindimovie.audio/akshay-kumar/All About Akshay Kumarhttp://hindimovie.audio/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/Akshay-Kumar.jpghttp://hindimovie.audio/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/Akshay-Kumar-150x150.jpgArtist