Feroz Khan (actor)
Feroz Khan (25 September 1939 – 27 April 2009) was an Indian performing artist, movie editorial manager, maker and chief in the Hindi film industry. He was mainstream for his flashy style, with cowboyish
swagger, and stogie toting persona; this altered the style remainder of the generally ordinary “filmi” saint. He is known as the “Clint Eastwood of Bollywood” for presenting Western
cattle rustler and dacoit style films.
He showed up in more than 51 films in the 1960s, 1980s, and ended up one of Bollywood’s mainstream style symbols.
Feroz Khan is best associated with his movies Safar (1970) Mela (1971) Upaansna (1971) Apradh (1972) Khotte Sikkay(1974) Kala Sona(1975) Dharmatma 1975 and Qurbani (1980)
(film)|Qurbani]](1980) Later he coordinated and acted in more movies, for example, Janbaaz (1986), Dayavan (1988), Meet Mere Man Ke (1991), Yalgaar (1992), Janasheen (2003) and Welcome (2007). He
won the Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award for Aadmi Aur Insaan in 1970, and was respected with the Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award in 2000.
Faroz Khan was conceived on 25 September 1939 in Bangalore, India, to an Afghan immigrant.His father had a place with a Tanoli clan ofPashtun ethnicity from Ghazni territory of
Afghanistanwhile his mom was of Persian foundation.
Khan was taught in Bishop Cotton Boys’ School, Bangalore and St. Germain High School, Bangalore. His siblings are Sanjay Khan (Abbas Khan), Shahrukh Shah Ali Khan, Semir Khan and
Akbar Khan. He is Tanoli by station. His sisters are Khurshid Shahnavar and Dilshad Begum Sheik, prevalently known as Dilshad Bibi. After his tutoring in Bangalore, he flew out to Mumbai
where he made his presentation as second lead in Didi in 1960.
Through the mid 1970s, he made low-spending spine chillers inverse celebrities. In 1962, he showed up in an English-dialect film titled Tarzan Goes to India inverse Simi Garewal. His
to start with enormous hit was in 1965, with Phani Majumdar’s Oonche Log (1965), where he was hollowed against screen icons Raaj Kumar and Ashok Kumar; he gave a prominent touchy execution. It was
taken after by some more little spending hit films like Samson, Ek Sapera Ek Lootera and Char Darvesh. Again, around the same time, he played a yielding sweetheart in the soft melodic Arzoo,
featuring Sadhana. With this, Khan earned his entrance into A-rundown second leads. With the film Aadmi Aur Insaan (1969), Khan won his first Filmfare grant for Best Actor in a Supporting Role. His
other hit films were Khotey Sikkay, Geeta Mera Naam, Pyasi Sham, Shankar Shambhu and Safar. He showed up close by his genuine sibling Sanjay Khan in the hit films Upaasna (1967), Mela
(1971) and Nagin (1976).
He transformed into an effective maker and chief in 1971 to enhance his profession open doors as a main man with his first directorial movie Apradh, which was the principal Indian motion picture
demonstrating auto dashing in Germany; Mumtaaz was his co-star. He created, coordinated, and featured in the 1975 film Dharmatma, which was the main Indian film to be shot in Afghanistan and was
additionally his first blockbuster hit as maker, chief, and star and denoted the presence of on-screen character Hema Malini in a captivating avatar.This motion picture was enlivened by the Hollywood film The
All through the late 1980s, he was a main Bollywood star, coordinating and featuring in a considerable lot of his movies. He additionally featured in the Punjabi film Bhagat Dhanna Jat (1974). The 1980 film
Qurbani, with Zeenat Aman, was the greatest hit of his vocation and propelled the singing profession of notorious Pakistani pop artist Nazia Hassan, with her vital track “Aap Jaisa Koi”.In 1986, he
coordinated and featured in Janbaaz, a film industry hit, which some consider to be one of his best motion pictures, highlighted an elite player cast and had incredible tunes and amazing cinematography. In 1988,
he coordinated and featured in Dayavan, which was a change of an Indian Tamil film titled Nayakan. In the wake of coordinating and featuring in Yalgaar (1992), he enjoyed a long reprieve from representing 11 years.
He propelled his child Fardeen Khan’s profession with the 1998 film Prem Aggan, which, be that as it may, was a film industry bomb. In 2003, he made his acting rebound and also created and coordinated
Janasheen, which likewise featured his child Fardeen. He generally utilized performing creatures in his movies — a chimpanzee and lion were utilized as a part of Janasheen — however People for Animals (PFA)
Haryanchairman Naresh Kadyan moved a protestation in the official courtroom at Faridabad for creature remorselessness and legitimate activity according to law against the maker, executive, and on-screen character.
He featured close by his child again in Ek Khiladi Ek Haseena (2005) and showed up in Welcome (2007).
In May 2006, Feroz Khan was boycotted by then Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf when he went there to advance his sibling’s film, Taj Mahal. In a knowledge report submitted to
Musharraf, he was said to have become smashed and offended Pakistani artist and stay Fakhr-e-Alam and censuring the nation, saying:
I am a glad Indian. India is a mainstream nation. The Muslims there are gaining part of ground dissimilar to in Pakistan. Our President is a Muslim and our Prime Minister a Sikh. Pakistan was
made for the sake of Islam, yet look how the Muslims are executing Muslims here.
Pakistan’s high bonus in India and the outside and inside services were in this way coordinated to deny Khan a visa later on.
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Feroz Khan wedded Sundari Khan in 1965, however separated in 1985. They have two kids, Laila Khan (conceived 1970), and Fardeen Khan (conceived 1974). Fardeen is hitched to Natasha Madhwani,
little girl of previous Bollywood performing artist Mumtaz. He was a Shia Muslim
Demise and memorial service
He passed on from lung tumor on 27 April 2009 at 69 years old. Amid his disease he came back to rest at his farmhouse in Bangalore.
He was covered in Bangalore close to his mom’s grave at Hosur Road Shia Kabristan.
Honors and assignments
Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award for Aadmi Aur Insaan (1971)
BFJA Award for Best Supporting Actor for Aadmi Aur Insaan (1971)
Filmfare Nomination as Best Supporting Actor for Safar (1971)
Filmfare Nomination as Best Supporting Actor for International Crook (1975)
Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award in 2001
Filmfare Nomination as Best Villain for Janasheen (2004)
IIFA Award for Best Performance in a Negative Role in 2004
Zee Cine Award for Lifetime Achievement in 2008
“Pride of the business” at the Max Stardust Awards 2009.
Primary Shadi Karne Chala (1962)
Columnist Raju (1962)
Tarzan Goes to India (1962) … Sovereign Raghu Kumar
Bahurani (1963) … Vikram
Suhagan (1964) … Shankar
Singe Dervesh (1964) … Qamar Bhakt
Teesra Kaun (1965)
Oonche Log (1965) … Rajnikant
Raat Andheri Thi (1965)
Ek Sapera Ek Lootera (1965) … Mohan/Vijay Pratap Singh
Arzoo (1965) … Ramesh
Primary Wohi Hoon (1966) … Vijay
Raat Andheri Thi (1967)
Woh Koi Aur Hoga (1967)
Raat Aur Din (1967) … Dilip
CID 909 (1967) … Raju/CID 909
Aag (1967) … Shanker
Nadir Shah (1968)
Pyaasi Sham (1969) … Ashok
Aadmi Aur Insaan (1969) … Jai Kishan/J.K.
Safar (1970) … Shekhar Kapoor
Ek Paheli (1971) … Sudhir
Apradh (1972) … Smash Khanna
Kisan Aur Bhagwan (1974)
Khhotte Sikkay (1974) … Horseback rider
Geeta Mera Naam (1974)
Ghar Ki Laaj (1960 film) (1960)- Feroz Khan, Kumkum
Bhagat Dhanna Jatt (1974) … Ramu
Anjaan Raahen (1974) … Anand
Worldwide Crook (1974) … SP Rajesh
Rani Aur Lalpari (1975) … Gulliver
Kala Sona (1975) … Rakesh
Aa Jaa Sanam (1975) … Dr. Satish
Sharafat Chod Di Maine (1976)
Shanker Shambu (1976) …Shambu
Nagin (1976) … Raj
Jadu Tona (1977) … Dr. Kailash
Qurbani (1980) … Rajesh Kumar/Kailash Nath
Khoon Aur Paani (1981)
Kachche Heere (1982) … Nephew of Kamal Singh
Janbaaz (1986) … Examiner Rajesh Singh
Dayavan (1988) … Shankar Waghmare
Meet Mere Man Ka (1991)
Yalgaar (1992) … Rajesh Ashwini Kumar
Prem Agan (1998) …
Janasheen (2003) … Saba Karim Shah
Chitappa (2005) … Raman
Ek Khiladi Ek Haseena (2005) … Jehangir Khan (Special Appearance)
Om Shanti Om (2007) … as himself (Special Appearance)
Welcome (2007) … Ranbir Dhanraj Xaka (RDX)
Prem Agan (1998)