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Kiran Kumar

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Full Name  Deepak Dar
Name  Kiran Kumar
Occupation  Film actor
Role  Actor

Years active  1971–present
Parents  Jeevan
Religion  Hindu
Ex-spouse  Sushma Verma
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Born  20 October 1954 (age 66) (1954-10-20) Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Education  Film and Television Institute of India, Daly College
Relatives  Bhushan Jeevan (Brother) Nikki Jeevan, Rikki Ugra (Sisters)
Siblings  Bhushan Jeevan, Rikki Ugra, Nikki Jeevan
Children  Vikas Kumar, Shaurya Kumar, Srishti Kumar
Movies  Do Boon Pani, Hasina Aur Nagina, Brothers, Aap Mujhe Achche Lagne La, Tezaab
Similar People  Jeevan, Raza Murad, Bhushan Jeevan, Sushma Verma, Kader Khan

Kiran Kumar is a Mumbai-based Indian actor. He has worked on many Hindi, Rajasthani and Gujarati films.


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Personal life

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Kiran Kumar is the son of actor Jeevan and is married to a former Gujarati actress Sushma Verma. They have two children. Their son Shaurya, is in the process of being launched and has worked with David Dhawan, Abbas Mustan, Indra Kumar and Imtiaz Ali as an assistant director & his daughter Srishti runs a jewelry and clothing label called "Sush & Shish" with her mother and works in fashion as a stylist and consultant.

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Kiran is a Kashmiri by birth and has ties with the royal family by virtue of being the great grandson of the Vazir-e-Vazarat of Gilgit. 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 (FTTI) in Pune. He was known as "Dipak Dar" in FTII among his friends. As a young boy, the film industry were drawn to him, partly because of his father's association with it. 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 Jungle Mein Mangal, among others; however, despite this "slump" Kumar started to work in Gujarati movies where he quickly attained a cult following 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.


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One of his first television series was with Cinveistas (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, 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 Ad's 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 CINTAA 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.

Awards and nominations

  • Filmfare Award for Best Performance in Negative Role (1992) (nominated for Khuda Gawah)
  • Mayor's Award, for Ghutan
  • Mayor's Award, for Aur Phir ek Din
  • References

    Kiran Kumar Wikipedia