Aditya Pancholi

Movie Actor

Aditya Pancholi was born in Bombay, Maharashtra, India on January 4th, 1965 and is the Movie Actor. At the age of 59, Aditya Pancholi biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Other Names / Nick Names
Nirmal Pancholi, Aditya
Date of Birth
January 4, 1965
Place of Birth
Bombay, Maharashtra, India
59 years old
Zodiac Sign
Aditya Pancholi Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

At 59 years old, Aditya Pancholi has this physical status:

Hair Color
Dark Brown
Eye Color
Not Available
Aditya Pancholi Religion, Education, and Hobbies
Not Available
St. Joseph’s High School
Aditya Pancholi Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
Zarina Wahab
2 (including Sooraj Pancholi)
Dating / Affair
Zarina Wahab (1986-Present), Kangana Ranaut (2004-2008), Pooja Bedi, Ektaa Sohini
Rajan Pancholi, Aruna Pancholi
He has a sister and 2 brothers.
Other Family
Faris McReynolds (Nephew) (Musician, Artist)
Aditya Pancholi Life

Aditya Pancholi (born Nirmal Pancholi) is an Indian film actor, producer, and playback singer who appears in Bollywood films.

He began his career as a lead actor, but he found greater success with supporting and Negative roles and was given the Best Performance in a Negative Role award for Yes Boss (1997). Pancholi began his career with television films made by Nari Hira and then stepped into mainstream Bollywood cinema with Sasti Dulhan Mehnga (1986).

Pancholi came into the limelight early in Maha-Sangram (1990), playing a key role.

He was at the peak of his career in the late 1980s and early 1990s.

He achieved a lot of success by being second in command in his second role, but not in a way that alone led to box office triumph.


Aditya Pancholi Career

Acting career

He was contracted for a few television video films produced by Hiba, which was owned by Stardust magazine owner Nari Hira. Pancholi made his acting debut with Shahadat in 1985. He appeared in Sone Ka Pinjra, Siyahi, Kalank Ka Tika, Afshar Ki Saali, and Maryam Ki Beti in 1986. Sasti Dulhan Mahenga Dulha and his cohort ventured into mainstream Bollywood later that year. Aditya Pancholi appeared on stage during this period.

Pancholi appeared in two television films in 1987: Abhishek and Khatarnaak Irade. He portrayed a well-known businessman who spent his spare time enjoying leisure time and used a new costume to help depressed and troubled people. Pancholi played a female lifeguard who got himself into trouble while falling in love with a married woman played by Anju Mahendru in Khatarnaak Irade.

In 1995, he appeared in the TV series Mahashakti opposite Juhi Chawla. This series was supposed to be released in 1989 as a Vain raha milan ka, but it was not announced on DD Metro as a television series.

He appeared in the television film (My Father Godfather), which was supposed to be released in theaters, but it was not released on the World Wide Web and television.

Pancholi appeared in Feroz Khan's Dayavan (1988), opposite Vinod Khanna and Madhuri Dixit, in his first Bollywood role. Sunil Dutt, Suresh Oberoi, and Shatrughan Sinha appeared in Dharamyudh. Later this year, he worked with K.C. Kab Tak Chup Rahungi, opposite Amala, is Bokadia's hometown. This was his first lead role in Bollywood and established him as a leading actor in the field. Qatil, in which he appeared opposite Sangeeta Bijlani, was his next release this year. Pancholi played a lawyer's son who defy the death penalty and prison and proves himself guilty of the murder of a prostitute, but was trapped after a friend trayed him by removing all of the evidence.

Pancholi appeared in the romantic Mohabat Ka Paigham in 1989, opposite Meenakshi Sheshadri. He appeared in Mukul S. Anand's multi-starrer action film Maha Sangram, which featured an ensemble cast of Vinod Khanna, Govinda, and Madhuri Dixit. In the song "Dhak Dhak Dhak" with Alisha Chinai, he performed a few lines. He appeared in Baap Numbri Beta Numbri, one of the year's highest-grossing films. Madhuri Dixit, a young actress, appeared in Sailaab next. Pancholi will close the year with a double-role in Zakhmi Zameen, opposite Jaya Prada. In the sports action drama Awwal Number, opposite Dev Anand and Amir Khan, his second role as an antagonist was his second. Taqdeer Ka Tamasha, Atishbaaz, and Veeru Dada were among his other titles.

Pancholi began 1991 with Naamcheen, opposite Ekta Sohini, in which he became an unemployed young man who joined the underground to make money and became one of the city's richest citizens, but the two rival gangsters are destined to kill the two rival rival gangsters in order to rehabilitate their goons and surrenders to the police; however, he leaves his family and friends in the fight for glory. Vishnu-Devaa's next big release was Vishnu-Devaa, which saw him teaming with Sunny Deol, Neelam, and Sangeeta Bijlani. The film was the year's highest-grossing film. In Shiv Ram, he partnered with Jeetendra to play one of the leading roles. He collaborated with director Mahesh Bhatt in Saathi, opposite Mohsin Khan and Varsha Usgaonkar, later this year. He appeared in Akayla, opposite Kiran Juneja, in a supporting role. The film featured an ensemble cast of Amitabh Bachchan, Amrita Singh, Jackie Shroff, and Meenakshi Sheshadri. It was the year's seventh-highest-grossing film. Jeevan Daata, the year's best-selling musician, appeared alongside Chunky Pandey, Kimi Katkar, and Sonu Walia.

He started in 1992 with the romance film Yaad Rakhegi Duniya, starring debutant Rukhsar Rehman. Pancholi portrayed a terminally ill man who falls in love with a child who suffers from a terminal illness. Sanjay Dutt's action film Sahebzaade (1992) was also released in 1992. Tahalka, the year's best-selling action film starring Dharmendra and Naseeruddin Shah, was his last film release. Pancholi portrays an army officer and is paired with Ekta Sohini. The film debuted as the year's fifth-highest-grossing film.

For the first time in the 1993 romance drama Chor Aur Chaand, Pancholi converted producer and appeared in the lead role opposite Pooja Bhatt. He appeared in the action film Muqabla opposite Governorinda, Karishma Kapoor, Shakti Kapoor, and Asrani in the same year. Game, his next film, starring Naseeruddin Shah, Rahul Roy, and Sangeeta Bijlani, was his next release. Sanjay Gupta's multi-starrer action film Aatish: Feel the Fire, starring an ensemble cast of Sanjay Dutt, Raveena Tandon, Karisma Kapoor, and Atul Agnihotri was his first film release of 1994. Aatish was one of the highest-grossing movies at the box office.

He began working in Surakshaa, 1995, in which he was partnered with Sheeba, Saif Ali Khan, Divya Dutta, and Monica Bedi appear in an ensemble cast. He appeared in the films Ravan Raaj: A True Story and The Gambler and Ram Shastra with Jackie Shroff, Manisha Koirala, and Anupam Kher in the same year. Pancholi reunited with Shetty and Khan in 1996 action film Ek Tha Raja with Neelam, Pratibha Sinha, and Indrani Banerjee. Pancholi appeared in Jung later this year as a double-role opposite Mithun Chakraborty, Ajay Devgan, Rambha, and Sujata Mehta. Pancholi played an innocent train driver who was wrongly punished for a murder committed by a look-alike gangster, which was a box office hit. Khilona, opposite Ayub Khan and Monica Bedi, was his next book release of the year. Zordaar, Muqadama, and Mafia were among his other films.

As 1997 arrived, Pancholi transitioned to antagonistic and supporting roles, beginning with Aziz Mirza's romantic comedy Yes Boss, which stars Shah Rukh Khan and Juhi Chawla. Yes Boss was one of the year's most popular films. He has been nominated for the Best Performance in a Negative Role at Filmfare. Hameshaa, opposite Saif Ali Khan and Kajol, was his next film release, with Pancholi in a negative role.

He appeared in the films Devta, Zanjeer: The Chain (1998), Hafta Vasuli, Benaam, Aaya Toofan (1999). In Baaghi (2000), Pancholi partnered with Sanjay Dutt and Manisha Koirala to play the antagonist. Later this year, he rejoined Sanjay Gupta to serve as a police inspector in Jung, opposite Sanjay Dutt, Jackie Shroff, Raveena Tandon, and Shilpa Shetty. Tarkieb's last year as a professional was released, opposite Nana Patekar, Tabu, and Shilpa Shetty. Bhai No 1 was the long-awaited film starring Farah (Actress) his only release in 2001 Bhagwaat Ek Jung, with Mithun Chakraborty.

Pancholi made his next big release in 2002, when he appeared in Vipul Amrutlal Shah's heist thriller Aankhen, which included an ensemble cast of Amitabh Bachchan, Akshay Kumar, Arjun Rampal, Sushmita Sen, and Paresh Rawal. The film was one of the year's most high-grossing films. Jaani Dushman's other 2002 debuts included Ek Anokhi Kahani, Gautam Govinda, and Yeh Dil Aashiqana. Faisal Khan, Rajat Bedi, Akshaye Khanna, and Sudesh Berry appeared in a patriotic film Border Hindustan Ka in 2003. In Chalte Chalte, he made a cameo appearance.

Pancholi appeared in the 2004 action thriller Musafir for the fifth time, portraying the main antagonist opposite Anil Kapoor, Sameera Reddy, Mahesh Manjrekar, Koena Mitra, Shakti Kapoor, and Sanjay Dutt. Pancholi received critical feedback for his work, but Taran Adarsh described his performance as "first-rate."

In Chandan Arora's low-budget action film Striker (2010), Pancholi made a comeback as the antagonist. Pancholi restricted himself to antagonist and character roles in films including Rush (2012), Hridayanath (2012), Mumbai Mirror (2013), Race 2 (2013), Jai Ho (2014), Dishkiyao (2014), Bajirao Mastani (2015).