Arbaaz Ali Khan is a renowned Indian actor and the son of the late prolific Hindi film actor,
Ajit Khan. He is also the brother of Bollywood actor,
Shehzad Khan. Arbaaz was debuted and starred in the Hindi romance film, Solah Satra, alongside
Ekta Sohini in the lead roles in the year 1990. In the same year, he was seen in the Hindi film, Police Public. It took him six years before his comeback in the silver screen through the Pakistani film, Ghunghat, in 1996. A year later, he was starred as a police officer, alongside
Dimple Kapadia, and Karishma Kapoor, in the Bollywood musical action film, Mrityudata. In 2003, he played as Rocky, the henchman of Kabir Bedi’s character in Akshay Kumar-starrer ‘Talaash: The Hunt Begins..’ Arbaaz made an appearance in the blockbuster crime film,
Black Friday – The True Story of the Bombay Bomb Blasts, helmed by
Anurag Kashyap. This film was adapted from Hussain Zaidi’s book about the 1993 Bombay bombings. In 2005, he played as Emperor Jahangir in Akbar Khan’s Bollywood historical drama film, Taj Mahal: An Eternal Love Story and did a small stint in Once Upon a Time in Mumbai in 2010. He also acted in the romantic comedy film, I Love New Year, in 2013. However, after many delays, this film was released in 2015.
In the year 2014, he starred in the Bollywood horror film, Neighbours, which was directed by
Shyam Ramsay. However, this film failed miserably at the box office. Arbaaz also ventured into television and acted in many television shows including Life OK’s Main Lakshmi Tere Aangan Ki, 24 on Colors and
Karam Apnaa Apnaa on STAR Plus. He played as Amritlal, who has a dark past, on Colors’ Sanskaar – Darohar Apni Ki. In 2014, he essayed the role of Balram in the drama series, Devon Ke Dev… Mahadev. He also portrayed the role of the flirtatious, Rajwada King, in Pride Rock Television’s
Time Machine on Epic Channel. Before this, the talented actor was also seen as
Harshvardhan Kapoor in the popular drama series, Madhubala – Ek Ishq Ek Junoon on Colors TV. Besides acting on television and the big screen, Arbaaz was featured in many advertisements. He is fluent in English, Marathi, Urdu, Persian and Bengali languages and he usually portray roles with gray shades. Before his debut film, he acted in Mohamad Reza Aalami’s Ashoobgaran in 1998.