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|Occupation||Film actor, model|
|Parent(s)||Sheikh Riyaz Ahmed |
Shamas Ul Nissa
Junaid Sheikh (born 31 July 1984) is an Indian film actor and an international model.Since 2010, Junaid has starred in many commercially successful films in Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam as an Antagonist.
His athletic and muscular physique has made him a natural choice for villainous roles. Juniad's acting talent completely justify the critical responsibility. He easily looks every bit a standard Bollywood bad guy with a character, intriguing and engaging the film fans quite easily.
Junaid was born in Jammu, to entrepreneurs Sheikh Riyaz Ahmed and Shamas Ul Nissa. His high schooling was in Presentation Convent High School at Jammu. He graduated in Information Technology from Manipal University. After that, he took his masters in Business Administration(MBA) in International Business from Arizona.
He began to focus afresh for building a career in the film industry, which led to his joining Mumbai's Barry John's Acting Studio. His first assignment came in the role of a villain in Telugu film Mr.Intelligent, in 2010. It was an experience he cherished. In the next five years, Juniad has done over ten movies in Telugu, Malayalam and Tamil. He came in contact with illustrious film personalities and had cornered the opportunity of working with people like Mahesh Babu, Vijay, Jayaram, Suresh Gopi, B. Unni Krishnan, Joshiyand Mohanlal.
In 2015, he signed for a Hollywood project. Producers are Shravan Kumar and Anirup Sharma under American banner "Sky Innovation". The director of the movie is Sai Kumar Yadav.
|2015||Vishwaroopam||FLOWERS TV||Malayalam||TV debut|
|2010||Pappu Mr. Intelligent||Ranga||Telugu|
|2012||I Love Me||Albert||Malayalam|
|2014||Salaam Kashmier||Abu Hamza||Malayalam|
|Laila O Laila||Dilawar||Malayalam|
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