Faizan Khan (Indian actor)

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Faizan Khan (born 24 November 1994) is an Indian Theatre artist, actor, and writer. He was born at his maternal grandmother's home in Shahjahanpur, Uttar Pradesh. He belongs to Delhi. He started doing theatre after he completed his schooling in 2013. He worked under the direction of Delhi's prominent theatre groups directors like Mr. Arvind gaur (asmita theatre group), Miss Bharti Sharma (kshitij theatre group) and Mr. Mohit tripathi (renaisstance theatre society). He performed approximately 700 times in almost 40-50 street plays. He has performed more than 35-40 stage plays. In 2017, he directed his two plays, 'Diary' which he himself adapted into a play from Indian author Kishore choudhary's short story 'Anjali tumhari diary se bayaan mail Nahi khate' & 'Bandar' written and directed by himself. 'Bandar' also won him the award for best script at Shahjahanpur Rang Mohatsav 2017. He acted in the play himself. Bandar is a part of his next upcoming book- a short stories collection. His first book as a author is 'Rangon Mein Berang' a hindi poetry collection, released and published by Hind Yugm Prakashan in 2017. He will be soon introduced as an actor in Indian director nikkhil advani 's film Batla House. The film is based on a real life encounter incident carried out in Batla House area of New Delhi. He can be seen playing one of the five main accused boys in the case popular known as 2008 l-18 batla house encounter. He has also acted in kanu behl 's short film 'Binnu Ka Sapna' as unborn Binnu's uncle, younger brother of Jatin sarna aka Bunty.

He has also worked in a few commercial of brands like Asian paints, Home Center etc.

Film - Batla House

Short Film - Binnu Ka Sapna

Books - Rangon Mein Berang[1]


Extra links -[2] [3] [4] [5] [6]

News -[7] [8] [9]


References[edit]

  1. Khan, Faizan (2017). Rangon Mein Berang. New Delhi, India: Hind Yugm Prakashan. p. 96. ISBN 9384419788. Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png
  2. "Faizan Khan movies, filmography, biography and songs - Cinestaan.com". Cinestaan. Retrieved 2019-07-31.
  3. "Faizan Khan – Releasing Today". Retrieved 2019-07-31.
  4. "Faizan Khan". IMDb. Retrieved 2019-07-31.
  5. Faizan, Khan. "Goodreads". Good reads.
  6. Faizan, Khan. "Amazon page".
  7. Harminder singh, Chahal (10 Dec 2017). "Zindagi mein bikhre hue rang". Samay Patrika.
  8. Kunal. "Pustak sameeksha". Sahitya manjari.
  9. Faizan, Khan (5 Nov 2018). "Dainik jagran bestseller". India education diary.

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