20 October 1953
|Education||Film and Television Institute of India, Daly College Indore|
|Height||6 ft 3 in (191 cm)|
|Relatives||Bhushan Jeevan (Brother) Nikki Jeevan, Rikki Ugra (Sisters)|
Kiran Kumar is an Indian screen and theatre actor. He has worked in numerous Hindi, Bhojpuri and Gujarati television and film productions.His latest work in drama is Charlie 2.
Kiran Kumar is the son of the celebrated film actor Jeevan and is married to Sushma Verma, a former actress, with whom he has two children. The son Shaurya is in the process of being launched as an actor and has worked with David Dhawan, Abbas Mustan, Indra Kumar and Imtiaz Ali as an assistant director; the daughter Srishti works in fashion as a stylist and consultant.
Kiran comes from an aristocratic Kashmiri Pandit family; his great-grandfather was a nobleman who governed the Gilgit Agency as its Wazir-e-Wazarat.He is a follower of Sai Baba and has a production house named after the saint - Sainama Visions.
He attended Daly College, a boarding school in Indore, enrolled at R.D. National College in Bandra, Mumbai, and later joined the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) in Pune. He was known as "Deepak Dhar" in Film and Television Institute of India among his friends. [ citation needed ] Kumar starred in Do Boond Pani in 1971 and went on to play the lead roles in several more movies. Kumar saw his career suffer with the release of movies like Jangal Mein Mangal, among others; however, despite this "slump", Kumar started to work in Gujarati movies, where he quickly attained a cult following,[ citation needed ] and the title "The Bachhan of Gujarati Cinema. Rakesh Roshan's Khudgarz got him back to Hindi cinema, in which negative roles in films like Tezaab and Khuda Gawah won him accolades as an antihero.As a young boy, the film industry was drawn to him, partly because of his father's association with it.
One of his first television series was with Cinevistas (Sunil Mehta, Prem Kishen). He has since established himself as a Television star in the Television industry in series such as: Zindagi, Ghutan ,Sahil,Manzil, Grihasti , Katha Sagar , Aur Phir ek Din, Papa, Miilee , Chhajje Chajje Ka Pyar and more.
At one point he was in the process of starting a production house called Sainama Visions,[ citation needed ] for which the pilot episode of Aashiana was filmed.
Recently, he has been honoured with the life membership of the International Film and Television Club of the Asian Academy of Film & Television.
Currently one of the highest-paid actors on Indian TV, Kiran was last seen on the silver screen in Dharma's Brothers, along with Akshay Kumar, Jackie Shroff and Siddharth Malhotra. Before that, he played Anees Khan in Born Free Production's Bobby Jasoos. Soham Shah's next release with Sanjay Dutt Sher, (This film is currently stuck in the cans due to Dutt's recent incarceration.) also stars Kiran as the lead antagonist. Apart from social awareness ads and smaller independent cinema, he is actively involved in various philanthropic projects working with children's rights organisations and cancer awareness projects.
He is a member of Cine and Television Artists association and its core committee. He assisted with the organization of the Star CINTAA Superstars Ka Jalwa, a televised event that brought the entire Hindi film and Television industry together to perform and raise funds for CINTAA.
His credibility and professionalism are testament of his long standing innings in the Film and TV fraternity. With over 6800 episodes on TV, 550 Hindi movies and roughly 80 regional movies, in 43 years, his contribution to the entertainment industry remains rather large and all inclusive.
|1960||Love in Simla|
|1963||Pyar Kya To Darna Kya|
|1971||Do Boond Pani|
|1972||Bindiya Aur Bandook|
|1972||Jangal Mein Mangal||Rajesh|
|1973||Aaj Ki Taaza Khabar||Sunil Mehta|
|1974||Mr. Romeo||Suresh Saxena|
|1974||Gaal Gulabi Nain Sharabi||Main leading role Taxi driver|
|1976||Bhoola Bhatka||Ram Shivprasad Khanna|
|1977||Abhi To Jee Lein||Deepak|
|1977||Pandit Aur Pathan||Inspector Anand|
|1981||Garvi Naar Gujaratan|
|1981||Jagya Tyathi Sawaar|
|1982||Kanchan Aur Ganga|
|1983||Kaise Kaise Log||Verma|
|1986||Maut Ke Saudagar|
|1986||Yeh Preet Na Hogi Kam|
|1986||Karamdaata||Street dancer in song|
"Pyar tujhse hi kiya"
|1987||Kudrat Ka Kanoon||Inspector Pandey|
|1988||Kab Tak Chup Rahungi|
|1988||Qatil||Inspector Shyam Verma|
|1988||Zinda Jala Doonga|
|1988||Falak (The Sky)||Bagga|
|1988||Khatron Ke Khiladi|
|1988||Zulm Ko Jala Doonga||Dharamdas|
|1988||Ganga Tere Desh Mein||Zalim Singh|
|1988||Hero Hiralal||Prem Kumar|
|1988||Rama O Rama||Sahoo dada|
|1989||Kala Bazaar||Jaggan Dhamaliya|
|1989||Main Tera Dushman||Inspector Kiran Kumar|
|1989||Hum Bhi Insaan Hain|
|1989||Dost||Nagendra S. Singh|
|1989||Lashkar||Sangram "Sanga" Singh|
|1990||Atishbaz||Tony "Tiger" Gonsalves|
|1990||Chor Pe Mor||Dhanpat Inderjeet Garodia "D.I.G."|
|1990||Aaj Ka Arjun||Lakhan|
|1990||Agneekaal||D.S.P. Anand Saxena|
|1990||Thanedaar||Thakur Azghar Singh|
|1990||Baaghi: A Rebel for Love||Colonel D.N. Sood|
|1990||Apmaan Ki Aag||Kailash|
|1991||Patthar Ke Phool||Karim Khan|
|1991||Aaj Ka Samson||Karan Singh|
|1991||Khoon Ka Karz||Ramesh "Robin"|
|1991||Paap Ki Aandhi||Gorakh-Bade|
|1991||Police Ki Jung(Telugu Film in Hindi Dubbed)||Main Villain|
|1991||Pyar Ka||Mahendra Behl (Raj's Father)|
|1991||Inspector Balram||Sayed Mohammad Shah||Malayalam film|
|1991||Rupaye Dus Karod|
|1991||Jeevan Daata||Shivram/Vishwaraj Singh|
|1992||Radha Ka Sangam|
|1992||Daulat Ki Jung||Rana|
|1992||Parda Hai Parda||John Honai|
|1992||Kapoor — Sarita's husband|
|1992||Jaan Se Pyaara||Jagtap Singh|
|1992||Bol Radha Bol||Inspector Dholakia|
|1993||Rani Aur Maharani|
|1993||Aag Ka Toofan||Sher Singh|
|1993||Zakhmo Ka Hisaab||Dhaneshwar|
|1993||Kohra||IGP Suryakant Sharma/Mr. John|
|1993||Phoolan Hasina Ramkali|
|1993||Police Wala||Tejeshwar Choudhury|
|1993||Chor Aur Chaand||Inspector Vivek|
|1993||Khoon Ka Sindoor|
|1993||Aulad Ke Dushman||Raghva|
|1993||Kasam Teri Kasam|
|1994||Sholay Aur Toofan|
|1994||Gopalaa||Mahamaya B. Singh|
|1994||Karan (1994 film)||Billa|
|1994||Aag Aur Chingari|
|1994||Eena Meena Deeka||Bhujang|
|1994||Ganga Aur Ranga||Police Commissioner|
|1994||Sangdil Sanam||Shankar Dayal Khurana|
|1994||Kanoon||Police Commissioner Kiran Shroff|
|1994||Anjaam||Inspector Arjun Singh|
|1994||Nazar Ke Samne||Advocate Sangram Singh Sahni|
|1995||Bewafa Sanam||Jailer Ram Prasad Shukla|
|1995||Gaddaar||Economics Professor Nag|
|1995||Veer||Police Inspector Amar Mukhtar|
|1995||Ke Avtaar||Dhamu Dada|
|1996||Army||Jailer Raghuvir Singh|
|1996||English Babu Desi Mem||Bheema Khalasi|
|1996||Ajay||Chote Raja Ranbir|
|1997||Salma Pe Dil Aa Gaya||Aatish Khan|
|1997||Dil Ke Jharoke Main||Heera Pratap|
|1997||Dil Kitna Nadan Hai|
|1997||Do Ankhen Barah Hath|
|1997||Ek Phool Teen Kante|
|1997||Qahar||Nageshwar Patel (Velji's brother)|
|1998||Phool Bane Patthar||ACP Jaspal Choudhary|
|1998||Pyaar Kiya To Darna Kya||Akash Khanna|
|1998||Yamraaj||Officer Hamid Khan|
|1998||Sar Utha Ke Jiyo||Terrorist leader (Special appearance)|
|1999||Teri Mohabbat Ke Naam||Chief Police Inspector Vijay Singh|
|1999||Aaag Hi Aag||Police Commissioner|
|2000||Bechainee||Swami Prakash Anand|
|2000||Apradhi Kaun||MLA Malhotra|
|2000||Jwalamukhi||Inspector (Special Appearance)|
|2000||Daku Kali Bhawani|
|2000||Jallad No. 1||Inspector Arjun|
|2000||Woh Bewafa Thi|
|2000||Daldu Chorayu Dhire Dhire||directed by Jiten Purohit|
|2001||Hadh: Life on the Edge of Death||Dalal|
|2001||Chehra Maut Ka|
|2001||Maharaani||Inspector Jagjit Singh|
|2001||Dil Ne Phir Yaad Kiya||Mahendra Pratap Khanna (Rahul's dad)|
|2001||Aaj Ka Gunda|
|2001||Hum Deewane Pyar Ke||Aslambhai|
|2001||Inteqam||Inspector Madhukar Shende|
|2001||Rupa Rani Ramkali|
|2001||Galiyon Ka Badshah|
|2001||Qatil Haseeno Ka||Police Inspector|
|2001||Yeh Raaste Hain Pyaar Ke|
|2001||Kyo Kii... Main Jhuth Nahin Bolta||Khurana|
|2001||Moksha: Salvation||Head lawyer|
|2002||Tum Jiyo Hazaron Saal||Mr. Kapur|
|2002||Ek Aur Visphot||Subedar Bhuta Singh|
|2002||Aap Mujhe Achche Lagne Lage||Pratap Dholakia|
|2002||Yeh Hai Jalwa||Club Owner's elder brother|
|2002||Mujhse Dosti Karoge!||Mr. Khanna|
|2002||Jaani Dushman: Ek Anokhi Kahani||Police Inspector|
|2002||Dil Vil Pyar Vyar Murat||Mittal|
|2003||Humein Tumse Pyar Ho Gaya|
|2003||LOC: Kargil||Col. Bawa, 17 JAT|
|2004||Agni Pankh||Shamsher Singh Shekawat|
|2004||Meri Biwi Ka Jawaab Nahin||Inspector|
|2005||Ho Jaata Hai Pyaar||Balwant Roy|
|2005||Chand Sa Roshan Chehra||Heroine's Father|
|2005||Chetna: The Excitement||Jairaj Mittal|
|2005||Dosti: Friends Forever||Thapar|
|2007||Janam Janam Ke Saath|
|2008||Mr. White Mr. Black|
|2008||Love Has No Language||Mr. Roy|
|2009||Aisi Deewangi||SP Jaidev Rana|
|2009||Aseema: Beyond Boundaries|
|2010||Barood : (The Fire) – A Love Story||Ajmaira|
|2011||The Great Scientist|
|2011||Love U...Mr. Kalakaar!||Chauhan|
|2011||With Love, Delhi!||Khanna|
|2013||Akaash Vani||Vani's father|
|2014||Bobby Jasoos||Anees Khan|
|2015||Ishq Ka Manjan||Doctor|
|2015||Sallu Ki Shaadi||Sallu's father|
|2016||Keep Safe Distance||Politician|
|1986||Katha Sagar||DD National|
|Karan the joker|
|1994-1995||Aasmaan Se Aagay|
|1997||Ghutan||Mr. Bedi||DD National|
|Aur Phir Ek Din||Star Plus|
|2002||Aryamaan||Mahaan Hoshin (Aryamaan's guru)||DD National|
|Kittie Party||Manoviraj||Zee TV|
|2003||Karan The Detective||Karan Detective||DD National|
|Saara Akaash||AOC Suraj Singh||Star Plus|
|Aandhi||Diwan Singh||Zee TV|
|2004||Zameen Se Aassman Tak||Balraj Thakur||Sahara One|
|2005-2006||Miilee||Vishal Rastogi||Star Plus|
|2006||Agneepath||Vishal Mehra||DD National|
|Vaidehi||Harshvardhan "Harsh" Jaisingh||Sony TV|
|Viraasat||Raman Lamba||STAR One|
|2007-2009||Maryada||Veer Pratap Singh||DD National|
|2008||Waaris||Ganesh Shetty||Zee TV|
|Grihasti||Balraj Khurana||Star Plus|
|2011||Chhajje Chhajje Ka Pyaar||Avtaar Sehgal||Sony TV|
|Lakhon Mein Ek||Star Plus|
|2016-2017||Sanyukt||Govardhan Mehta||Zee TV|
|2017-2019||Yeh Un Dinon Ki Baat Hai||Jaiprakash||Sony TV|
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