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Nationality
  
Indian

Role
  
Film actor

Years active
  
1972–present

Height
  
1.78 m


Religion
  
Islam

Spouse
  
Ratna Pathak (m. 1982)

Name
  
Naseeruddin Shah

Siblings
  
Zameer Uddin Shah

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Full Name
  
Naseeruddin Shah

Born
  
20 July 1950 (age 70) (
1950-07-20
)

Occupation
  
Actor, Environmentalist

Notable work
  
Karma,Mirza Ghalib (1989) The Perfect Murder, A Wednesday, Sarfarosh, Khuda Ke Liye, Monsoon Wedding, Masoom,Zinda Bhaag, The League of Extraordinary Gentleman, Iqbal

Relatives
  
Zameerud-din Shah (Brother)Dina Pathak (Mother-in-law)Supriya Pathak (Sister-in-law)Mohommed Ali Shah (Nephew)

Children
  
Vivaan Shah, Heeba Shah, Imaad Shah

Movies
  
Dedh Ishqiya, Ishqiya, The Dirty Picture, Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro, Dharam Sankat Mein

Similar People
  
Ratna Pathak, Vivaan Shah, Om Puri, Heeba Shah, Paresh Rawal

Naseeruddin Shah Movies List


Naseeruddin Shah (born 20 July 1949 or 16 August 1950) is an Indian film and stage actor and director, and a prominent figure in Indian parallel cinema. Shah has won numerous awards in his career, including three National Film Awards, three Filmfare Awards and an award at the Venice Film Festival. The Government of India has honoured him with the Padma Shri and the Padma Bhushan awards for his contributions to Indian cinema. Shah has also been associated with Pakistan Film Industry. His small Cameo in the Pakistani Movie 'Khuda kay liye' gave him great appreciation from Pakistani audience which further encouraged him to do another Pakistani movie as a main lead. The movie which is called 'Zinda bhaag' was a great success. He is the brother of Lt. Gen. Zameer Uddin Shah (PVSM, SM, VSM) Former Deputy Chief of The Army Staff, former member Armed Forces Tribunal and the former Vice Chancellor of the Aligarh Muslim University.

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Early life

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Shah was born into a Muslim family in Barabanki, Uttar Pradesh, India, as one of the three sons of Aley Mohammed Shah and his wife Farrukh Sultan. He is a descendant of a 19th-century Sayyid Afghan warlord Jan-Fishan Khan (Sayyid Muhammad Shah), who participated in the First Anglo-Afghan War and helped the British in the subsequent Indian Rebellion of 1857.

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Shah did his schooling at St. Anselm's Ajmer and St Joseph's College, Nainital. He graduated in arts from Aligarh Muslim University in 1971 and attended National School of Drama in Delhi.

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His elder brother, Lt. General Zameerud-din Shah (Retd.) PVSM, SM, VSM, was Vice-Chancellor of Aligarh Muslim University, whose son Mohommed Ali Shah is an actor. Shah's nephew Salim Shah is also a TV and film actor.

Career

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Shah has acted in movies such as Nishant, Aakrosh, Sparsh, Mirch Masala, Albert Pinto Ko Gussa Kyon Ata Hai, Trikal, Bhavni Bhavai, Junoon, Mandi, Mohan Joshi Hazir Ho!, Ardh Satya, Katha, and Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro, to name a few.

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Shah became active in mainstream Bollywood cinema with the 1980 film Hum Paanch. In 1982, he acted in the film Dil Aakhir Dil Hai directed by Ismail Shroff, opposite Rakhee. One of his most important films, Masoom, was released in 1983 and was shot at St Joseph's College, Nainital. His next major success in mainstream films was the 1986 multi-starrer film Karma where he acted alongside veteran Dilip Kumar. Starring roles for films such as Ijaazat (1987), Jalwa (1988) and Hero Hiralal (1988) followed. In 1988 he played opposite his wife Ratna Pathak as Inspector Ghote, the fictional detective of H. R. F. Keating's novels in the Merchant-Ivory English language film The Perfect Murder. He acted with Aditya Pancholi in films like Maalamaal (1988) and Game (1993).

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He has acted in several multi-starrer Bollywood films as well, such as Ghulami (1985), Tridev (1989) and Vishwatma (1992). In 1994, he acted as the villain in Mohra, his 100th film as an actor. He forayed into Malayalam cinema the same year, through T. V. Chandran's critically well acclaimed drama Ponthan Mada. The film portrayed the irrational bonding of a feudal serf (played by Mammootty) and a colonial landlord (played by Shah). He strongly believed that the distinction between art and commercial films had largely reduced, especially with the directors of the former also making commercial films. In 2000, his dream of playing Mahatma Gandhi was realised when he played Gandhi in Kamal Hassan's critically acclaimed Hey Ram which focused on the assassination of Gandhi from the assailant's point of view. Shah won critical acclaim by playing the role of Mohit, the drunken coach to a deaf and mute boy in Iqbal, which was written by Vipul K Rawal with Shah specially in mind. Shah was praised for his roles in the 1999 Aamir Khan-starrer Sarfarosh, where he played Gulfam Hassan – a ghazal singer-cum-terrorist mastermind — and in Neeraj Pandey's critically acclaimed A Wednesday (2008).

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Shah has also starred in international projects, such as Monsoon Wedding in 2001 and a Hollywood comic book adaptation The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen in 2003 (co-starring Sean Connery), where he played the role of Captain Nemo. His portrayal of Nemo was very close to the design of the graphic novel, although his Nemo was far less manic. He worked in Vishal Bhardwaj's Indian adaptation of Shakespeare's Macbeth, titled Maqbool, in 2003, and Rajiv Rai's Asambhav opposite Arjun Rampal and Priyanka Chopra in 2004. He then went on to work in The Great New Wonderful (2005). In 2011, Shah was seen in The Dirty Picture. He acted in Anup Kurian's The Blueberry Hunt, playing a recluse growing marijuana in his forest retreat, and in Waiting, starring opposite Kalki Koechlin, both of which were released in 2016.

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Shah made his Pakistani film debut in Khuda Ke Liye by Shoaib Mansoor, where he played a short cameo. His second Pakistani film Zinda Bhaag was selected as the country's official entry to the 86th Academy Awards for the Best Foreign Language Film award.

As a director

Naseeruddin Shah has been giving performances with his theatre troupe at places such as New Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore and Lahore. He has directed plays written by Lavender Kumar, Ismat Chughtai and Saadat Hasan Manto.

His directorial debut in movies, Yun Hota To Kya Hota, was released in 2006. It stars several established actors such as Konkona Sen Sharma, Paresh Rawal, Irrfan Khan, then-newcomer Ayesha Takia, his son Imaad Shah and his old friend Ravi Baswani.

Other media and art forms

In 1977, Shah, Tom Alter and Benjamin Gilani formed a theatre group called Motley Productions. Their first play was Samuel Beckett's Waiting for Godot, which was staged at the Prithvi Theatre on 29 July 1979.

In 1988, he acted in the eponymous television series based on the life and times of Mirza Ghalib, directed by Gulzar and telecast on DD National.

In 1989, he acted as the Maratha King Shivaji in another eponymous television series Bharat Ek Khoj based on Jawaharlal Nehru's book The Discovery of India.

In mid 1990s, Shah also hosted some episodes of science magazine programme Turning Point.

In 1999, he acted as a special agent in the TV series Tarkash on Zee TV. He played the role of a retired agent haunted by nightmares who is re-inducted as he apparently knows something about a dreaded terrorist somehow connected with his past.

In 1998, he played the role of Mahatma Gandhi in the play Mahatma Vs. Gandhi, (which looked at the Mahatma's relation with Harilal Gandhi, his first son). With this, he achieved his objective of portraying Mahatma Gandhi, a role he had auditioned for in Richard Attenborough's Gandhi. In 2000, he again portrayed the Mahatma, this time on film, in Hey Ram.

He played the villain with the dual identity of a ghazal singer and a Pakistani spy who supports terrorism in India in Sarfarosh (1999).

He was the first of several celebrity actors, who played the role of narrator in the popular audiobook series for kids Karadi Tales. He was the narrator in the film Paheli — the Indian entry to the 2006 Academy Awards.

In 2017, Shah returned to film, starring in Shakespearean adaption The Hungry, screened under special presentations at the Toronto International Film Festival 2017.

Personal life

When he was between 19 and 20 years of age, Shah married 36-year-old Manara Sikri, also known as Parveen Murad. His wife, who was the sister of actress Surekha Sikri, was a divorced woman and had children from her previous marriage. Shah faced resistance from his parents and siblings to the idea of this marriage, but he went ahead nevertheless. Within one year of the wedding, the couple became the parents of a daughter, the stage actress Heeba Shah. By this time, the marriage was on the rocks, and the couple separated when Heeba was about one year old. However, they were not divorced for many years, because in his nikaahnama (Muslim marriage contract), Shah had firstly promised a massive amount of money to his wife as mehr (alimony) in case of a divorce, and secondly disclaimed the right to bigamy . His wife, whose first marriage had ended bitterly, and whose first divorce had not (in her opinion) yielded her enough money, had been determined to ensure that the same situation was not repeated in her second marriage. It took more than twelve years for Naseeruddin Shah to put together the colossal amount of money which he had recklessly promised as a teenager, and it was not until 1982 that he was divorced of his first wife and free to marry his next. Meanwhile, Manara and Heeba moved to Iran in the early 1970s, shortly after the couple separated, and Shah was not permitted by his wife to have any contact with their daughter, despite the fact that no divorce had been formalized. The situation was only remedied when Heeba, having become an adult, herself sought out her father and established contact with him. She later moved to India and, having never married, lives with her father, step-mother and half-brothers. Manara died in Iran in the 1990s, after having gone through yet another divorce.

Meanwhile, in the 1970s, Shah had met and fallen in love with Ratna Pathak, a stage and film actress, and the daughter of Dina Pathak, a well-respected character actress. Ratna's sister, the actress Supriya Pathak, is married to the actor Pankaj Kapoor, who is the father of Shahid Kapoor by his first marriage. During the 70s and 80s, Naseeruddin Shah and Ratna Pathak co-starred in several films like Jaane Tu... Ya Jaane Na, Mirch Masala and The Perfect Murder. They were in a live-in relationship for many years, while Shah put together the mehr required to divorce Manara. Shah and Pathak were finally married in 1982. By his second marriage, Shah has two sons, Imaad and Vivaan, both of whom are aspiring actors. The couple lives in Mumbai with Heeba, Imaad and Vivaan.

Autobiography

Shah's memoir is titled And Then One Day, and was published by Hamish Hamilton.

Other awards

  • 2000: Won: Sangeet Natak Akademi Award
  • 2000: Won: International Indian Film Academy Awards — Artistic Excellence for Performance in a Negative Role for Sarfarosh
  • Shah has been awarded the life membership of International Film And Television Club of Asian Academy of Film & Television.
  • Filmography

    Actor
    -
    Freedom (announced)
    -
    IC 814 (TV Series) (announced)
    -
    Krrish 4 (announced) as
    Dr. Arya
    -
    Jamoon (pre-production) as
    Anirvan Verma
    -
    Rannchhod (pre-production)
    -
    Untitled Anoop Sathyan/Aashirvad Cinemas Project (pre-production)
    -
    Charlie Chopra & The Mystery of Solang Valley (TV Series) (post-production)
    2023
    Freedom (TV Series) (post-production)
    2019
    The Wallet (Short) (completed) as
    Samar
    2023
    Minimum as
    Sukhdeep Singh
    2023
    Taj: Divided by Blood (TV Series) as
    Emperor Akbar / King Akbar
    - Return of the Bandit Prince (2023) - King Akbar
    - All that Remains. (2023) - Emperor Akbar
    - The lies they tell. (2023) - Emperor Akbar
    - How they Sing- (2023) - Emperor Akbar
    - Sins of the Father (2023) - Emperor Akbar
    - Birth of a King (2023) - Emperor Akbar
    - Qubool Hai (2023) - Emperor Akbar
    - May his Glory be Glorified (2023) - Emperor Akbar
    - A message from God (2023) - Emperor Akbar
    - The Battles of Kabul (2023) - Emperor Akbar
    - Succession (2023) - Emperor Akbar
    2023
    Saas, Bahu Aur Flamingo (TV Series) as
    Sahebji
    - Resurrection (2023) - Sahebji
    - The Day the Music Died (2023) - Sahebji
    - Genesis (2023) - Sahebji
    2023
    The Broken Table (Short) as
    Giri
    2023
    A Knock on the Door as
    Dean
    2023
    Kuttey as
    Narayan Khobre
    2022
    Maarrich as
    Mr. Lobo
    2022
    2100 FT (Short) as
    Gulshan Jorahat
    2022
    A Holy Conspiracy
    2022
    The Miniaturist of Junagadh (Short) as
    Husyn Naqqash
    2022
    Modern Love: Mumbai (TV Series) as
    Pappi Singh
    - Mumbai Dragon (2022) - Pappi Singh
    2022
    The Daughter (Short)
    2022
    Gehraiyaan as
    Vinod(Alisha's Father)
    2022
    Kaun Banegi Shikharwati (TV Series) as
    Raja Mrityunjay
    - All that glitters is not gold (2022) - Raja Mrityunjay
    - Treasure Hunt (2022) - Raja Mrityunjay
    - Clue - Less (2022) - Raja Mrityunjay
    - Nightmare? (2022) - Raja Mrityunjay
    - Earth, Wind and Fire (2022) - Raja Mrityunjay
    - Fear is the Key (2022) - Raja Mrityunjay
    - A Common Enemy (2022) - Raja Mrityunjay
    - The Games Begins (2022) - Raja Mrityunjay
    - Stoke of Genius (2022) - Raja Mrityunjay
    2021
    Dhillon's Jackpot (TV Series) as
    Mr. Dhillon
    2020
    Mee Raqsam as
    Hashim Seth
    2020
    Bandish Bandits (TV Series) as
    Pandit Radhemohan Rathod
    - Sangeet Samrat (2020) - Pandit Radhemohan Rathod
    - A Separation (2020) - Pandit Radhemohan Rathod
    - Bandish Bandits (2020) - Pandit Radhemohan Rathod
    - #Couplegoals (2020) - Pandit Radhemohan Rathod
    - A Star Is Born (2020) - Pandit Radhemohan Rathod
    - Masked Man (2020) - Pandit Radhemohan Rathod
    - Phass Gaye (2020) - Pandit Radhemohan Rathod
    - Roleplay (2020) - Pandit Radhemohan Rathod
    - Shuddhikaran (2020) - Pandit Radhemohan Rathod
    - Blue Bandit (2020) - Pandit Radhemohan Rathod
    2020
    Unite Against Hunger - #FromU2them (Video short) as
    Narrator
    2020
    Half Full (Short) as
    Stranger
    2019
    Bin Bulaaye (Short) as
    Saket Diwan
    2019
    Ramprasad Ki Tehrvi as
    Ramprasad
    2019
    The Tashkent Files as
    PKR Natarajan
    2018
    Rogan Josh (Short)
    2018
    Zero KMS (TV Series) as
    Guru
    - Don't Meet Desmond (2018) - Guru
    - Last Pass (2018) - Guru
    - Video Call (2018) - Guru
    - Volki (2018) - Guru
    - New Boss (2018) - Guru
    - Trumped (2018) - Guru
    - Abandoned (2018) - Guru
    - Welcome Sister (2018) - Guru
    - The First Clue (2018) - Guru
    - Zero KMS (2018) - Guru
    - The Knife Killer (2018) - Guru
    - Freedom Drive (2018) - Guru
    2018
    Hope Aur Hum as
    Nagesh
    2018
    Nude as
    Malik- Special appearance
    2018
    Skin of marble (Video short) as
    Bhupinder Singh
    2018
    Aiyaary as
    Baburao Shastri
    2017
    Dhh as
    Magician
    2017
    The Hungry as
    Tathagat Ahuja
    2017
    Punarjanma: one minute short film on Organ Donation (Short) as
    Narrator
    2017
    Begum Jaan as
    Rajaji
    2017
    Irada as
    Parabjeet Walia
    2017
    OK Jaanu as
    Gopi Shrivastava
    2016
    Bankster as
    Babbar
    2016
    Ramayana (TV Series) as
    Ravan (voice)
    2016
    Jeewan Hathi
    2016
    Mango Dreams as
    Abhay
    2016
    The Blueberry Hunt as
    Colonel
    2016
    Teraa Surroor as
    Robin 'The Bird' Dharamraj Santino
    2015
    Waiting as
    Shiv Kumar
    2015
    Charlie Kay Chakkar Mein as
    Sanket Pujari
    2015
    Welcome Back as
    Wanted Bhai
    2015
    Dharam Sankat Mein as
    Neelanand Baba
    2015
    Dirty Politics as
    Manoj Singh
    2015
    Dil Dharhakne Ka Sabab (Short)
    2014
    Finding Fanny as
    Ferdinand Pinto
    2014
    Interior Cafe Night (Short) as
    Man
    2014
    Goatspeak as
    Butcher
    2014
    Kolkata Junction
    2014
    Dedh Ishqiya as
    Khalujan
    2014
    Dil Bhi Khaali Jeb Bhi Khaali
    2013
    The Coffin Maker as
    Anton Gomes
    2013
    Jackpot as
    Boss
    2013
    Sunglass
    2013
    Krrish 3 as
    Dr. Siddanth Arya (special Appearance)
    2013
    John Day as
    John Day
    2013
    Siddharth as
    Jisa
    2013
    Zinda Bhaag as
    Puhlwan
    2013
    Sona Spa as
    Baba Dayanand
    2012
    Maximum as
    Arun Inamdar
    2012
    Chaalis Chauraasi as
    Pankaj Purushottam Suri
    2011
    The Dirty Picture as
    Suryakant
    2011
    Chargesheet as
    The Crime Boss
    2011
    Deool as
    The Dacoit
    2011
    Michael as
    Michael Rodriquez
    2011
    Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara as
    Salman Habib
    2011
    7 Khoon Maaf as
    Dr. Modhusudhon Tarafdar (6th Husband)
    2010
    People of Allah as
    Warden
    2010
    Pappu Can't Dance Saala
    2010
    That Girl in Yellow Boots as
    Divakar
    2010
    Karadi Tales (TV Mini Series)
    2010
    Raajneeti as
    Bhaskar Sanyal
    2010
    Wilson Periera (Short)(voice)
    2010
    Ishqiya as
    Khalujaan
    2010
    Peepli [Live] as
    Salim Kidwai - Agricultural Minister
    2009
    Bolo Raam as
    Dr. N.S. Negi
    2009
    Today's Special as
    Akbar
    2009
    Red Alert: The War Within as
    Naga Reddy
    2009
    Barah Aana as
    Kedar Shukla
    2008
    Maharathi as
    Jaisingh Adenwalla
    2008
    A Wednesday as
    The Common Man
    2008
    Firaaq as
    Khan Saheb
    2008
    Jaane Tu... Ya Jaane Na as
    Amar Singh
    2008
    Mere Baap Pehle Aap as
    Nirmal Kapoor
    2008
    Mithya as
    Gavde
    2008
    Bombay to Bangkok as
    Khan
    2007
    Shoot on Sight as
    Police Commander Tariq Ali
    2007
    Dus Kahaniyaan as
    Dawoodi Bohra (segment "Rice Plate")
    2007
    Amal as
    G.K. Jayaram
    2007
    In the Name of God as
    Moulana Wali (as Naseer-ud-Din Shah)
    2007
    Foto
    2006
    Shoonya as
    Old Man
    2006
    Omkara as
    Bhaisaab
    2006
    What If? as
    Narrator
    2006
    Valley of Flowers as
    Yeti
    2006
    Krrish as
    Dr. Siddhant Arya
    2006
    Banaras as
    Babaji
    2006
    Mixed Doubles as
    Malti's father
    2005
    It Could Be You as
    Mr. Dhillon
    2005
    Home Delivery: Aapko... Ghar Tak as
    Uncle
    2005
    Being Cyrus as
    Dinshaw Sethna
    2005
    Main, Meri Patni... Aur Woh! as
    Voice Over (voice)
    2005
    Parzania as
    Cyrus
    2005
    Iqbal as
    Mohit
    2005
    Paheli as
    Male Puppet (voice)
    2005
    The Great New Wonderful as
    Avi
    2005
    Yehi Hai Zindagi as
    Narrator
    2004
    Asambhav as
    Sameer 'Sam' Hans
    2004
    Main Hoon Na as
    Brig. Shekhar Sharma
    2003
    Maqbool as
    Inspector Purohit
    2003
    The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen as
    Captain Nemo
    2003
    3 Deewarein as
    Ishaan Mirza
    2002
    Guru Mahaaguru as
    Vijay Verma
    2002
    Encounter: The Killing as
    Inspector Sam Bharucha
    2002
    Neel Parbat Ke Paar
    2001
    Moksha: Salvation as
    Dean
    2001
    Kasam as
    Mangal Singh
    2001
    Monsoon Wedding as
    Lalit Verma
    2001
    Mujhe Meri Biwi Se Bachaao as
    Anand Mathur
    2000
    Tune Mera Dil Le Liyaa as
    Veeru
    2000
    Gaja Gamini as
    Leonardo da Vinci
    2000
    Hey Ram as
    Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi
    1999
    Bhopal Express as
    Bashir
    1999
    Karvaan
    1999
    Sarfarosh as
    Gulfam Hassan
    1999
    Kabhi Paas Kabhi Fail
    1998
    Dand Nayak as
    Inspector Vishal
    1998
    Dhoondte Reh Jaaoge! as
    Tiger
    1998
    China Gate as
    Maj. Sarfaraz Khan
    1998
    Sar Utha Ke Jiyo
    1998
    Bombay Boys as
    Mastana
    1998
    Such a Long Journey as
    Major Jimmy Bilimoria
    1998
    Chhota Chetan as
    Voice of invisible Kuttichatan (voice)
    1997
    Private Detective: Two Plus Two Plus One as
    Colonel- Private Detective
    1997
    Daava as
    Bhishma
    1997
    Lahoo Ke Do Rang as
    Customs Officer Bharat Srivastav
    1997
    Agnichakra as
    Inspector Satpal
    1996
    Chaahat as
    Ajay Narang
    1996
    Rajkumar as
    Durjan Singh / Surjan Singh
    1996
    Himmat as
    Luka
    1995
    Mr. Ahmed as
    Mr. Ahmed
    1995
    Takkar as
    Inspector D'Costa
    1995
    Naajayaz as
    Raj Solanki
    1994
    Triyacharitra as
    Bisram
    1994
    Droh Kaal as
    DCP Abbas Lodhi
    1994
    Mohra as
    Mr. Jindal
    1994
    Ponthan Mada as
    Seema Thampuran
    1994
    Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa as
    Father Breganza
    1993
    Bedardi as
    Professor Nirbhay Saxena
    1993
    Sir as
    Prof. Amar Verma
    1993
    Hasti as
    Vishal
    1993
    Lootere as
    Sikandar
    1993
    Game as
    Vikram
    1993
    Shikast (TV Series) as
    Voice in intro (voice)
    1992
    Daku Aur Police
    1992
    Tahalka as
    Captain Ranbir Chauhan
    1992
    Electric Moon as
    Goswani
    1992
    Chamatkar as
    Amar Kumar alias Marco
    1992
    Panaah as
    Deva
    1992
    Vishwatma as
    Inspector Surya Pratap Singh
    1991
    Ek Ghar as
    Rajanna
    1991
    Shikari: The Hunter as
    Adarsh Kumar Shrivastav
    1991
    Lakshmanrekha as
    Amar Kapoor
    1991
    Sau Crore as
    Sumnath
    1990
    Chor Pe Mor as
    Inspector Chanakya
    1990
    Police Public as
    Inspector Mahar Singh Grewal
    1989
    Mane as
    Rajanna
    1989
    Bharat Ek Khoj (TV Series) as
    Shivaji
    - Epilogue (1989) - Shivaji
    - Shivaji: Part 2 (1989) - Shivaji
    - Shivaji: Part 1 (1989) - Shivaji
    1989
    Khoj as
    Inspector Balbir (as Nasiruddin Shah)
    1989
    Tridev as
    Jai Singh
    1988
    Libaas as
    Sudhir Bhardwaj
    1988
    Rolling in Money as
    Rajkumar Saxena
    1988
    Hero Hiralal as
    Hero Hiralal
    1988
    Rihaee as
    Mansukh
    1988
    The Perfect Murder as
    Inspector Ghote
    1988
    Zulm Ko Jala Doonga
    1988
    Pestonjee as
    Pirojshah Pithawala
    1988
    Mirza Ghalib (TV Series short) as
    Mirza Ghalib
    1988
    Anjaam khuda jaane
    1988
    Param Veer Chakra (TV Series)
    - Major Somnath Sharma (1988)
    1987
    Yeh Woh Manzil To Nahin as
    The Trivedi ( Special Appearance)
    1987
    Permission as
    Mahinder
    1987
    Jalwa as
    Inspector Kapil
    1986
    Ek Pal as
    Ved Hazarika
    1986
    Musafir as
    Sadanand
    1986
    Karma as
    Khairuddin Kisti
    1986
    Mirch Masala as
    Subedar
    1986
    Genesis as
    The farmer
    1986
    Khamosh as
    Capt. Rajeev Bakshi
    1986
    Shart as
    Vikram / Devendra
    1985
    Anantyatra as
    Jamshed Jaduwala
    1985
    Apna Jahan (TV Movie) as
    Anil Sahani
    1985
    Trikal (Past, Present, Future) as
    Ruiz Pereira (the narrator in 1985)
    1985
    Aghaat as
    Rustom Patel
    1985
    Surkhiyaan (The Headlines) as
    Advocate Avinash Prakash
    1985
    Ghulami as
    SP Thakur Sultan Singh
    1985
    Misaal as
    DSP Pratap Sinha
    1985
    Bahu Ki Awaaz as
    Advocate Sunil
    1984
    Giddh: The Vulture as
    Politician ( Special Appearance)
    1984
    Maan Maryada as
    Thakur Ganga Singh
    1984
    Mohan Joshi Hazir Ho! as
    Advocate Malkani
    1984
    Paar as
    Naurangia
    1984
    Holi as
    Professor Singh ( Special Appearance)
    1984
    Lorie as
    Micky
    1984
    Khandhar as
    Subhash
    1984
    Party as
    Amrit
    1983
    Haadsaa as
    Gangster
    1983
    Katha as
    Rajaram Purshotam Joshi
    1983
    Protidan
    1983
    Mandi as
    Tungrus
    1983
    Ardh Satya as
    Mike Lobo
    1983
    Masoom as
    D.K. Malhotra (DK)
    1983
    Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro as
    Vinod Chopra
    1983
    Woh 7 Din as
    Dr. Anand
    1983
    Nirvana
    1982
    Aadharshila as
    Ajay
    1982
    Sitam as
    Subhash Mulkar
    1982
    Bezubaan as
    Shivnath
    1982
    Swami Dada as
    Aslam the butcher
    1982
    Dil... Akhir Dil Hai as
    Vimal Mehta
    1982
    Bazaar as
    Salim
    1982
    Pyaara Dost as
    Dr. Alam Khan
    1981
    Sazaye Maut as
    Uday Jagirdar / Omkar Puri
    1981
    Umrao Jaan as
    Gohar Mirza
    1981
    Tajurba as
    Bakad
    1981
    Chakra as
    Looka
    1981
    Bhavni Bhavai as
    King Chakrasen
    1981
    Kanhaiyaa as
    Rahim
    1980
    Aakrosh as
    Advocate Bhaskar Kulkarni
    1980
    Albert Pinto Ko Gussa Kyon Ata Hai as
    Albert Pinto
    1980
    Beqasoor as
    Sunil Verma
    1980
    Hum Paanch as
    Suraj (as Nasiruddin Shah)
    1980
    Khwab as
    Gopal 'Gopi' Mathur (as Nasiruddin Shah)
    1980
    The Touch as
    Aniruddh Parmar
    1979
    Shaayad as
    Sarojkumar
    1979
    Sunayana as
    Rajoo
    1979
    Junoon as
    Javed's Brother-in-law, Sarfaraz Khan
    1978
    Hungama Bombay Ishtyle
    1977
    Godhuli as
    Venkatesh Pandit
    1977
    Bhumika as
    Sunil Verma
    1977
    Thabbaliyu Neenade Magane
    1977
    Smothered Voices
    1976
    Manthan as
    Bhola
    1976
    A Proposal (Short)
    1975
    Hero (Short)
    1975
    Nishant as
    Vishwam
    1975
    Hand Held (Short)
    1972
    Aan Baan as
    Mourner in funeral (uncredited)
    1968
    Sapnon Ka Saudagar as
    Special Appearance (uncredited)
    1967
    Aman as
    Standing Behind Dead Doctor (uncredited)
    Music Department
    2004
    Asambhav (playback singer)
    1999
    Kabhi Paas Kabhi Fail (playback singer)
    1998
    Bombay Boys (playback singer)
    1992
    Vishwatma (playback singer)
    1989
    Tridev (playback singer)
    1981
    Tajurba (playback singer)
    Director
    2006
    What If?
    Soundtrack
    1992
    Vishwatma (performer: "Vishwatma")
    1989
    Tridev (performer: "Paap Se Dharti Phati, Aadharm Se Aasmaan")
    Camera Department
    1986
    Khamosh (still photographer)
    Producer
    2003
    Raghu Romeo (co-producer)
    Thanks
    2023
    Coat (special thanks)
    2013
    Siddharth (special thanks)
    2010
    Ashes (very special thanks)
    2010
    Peepli [Live] (special thanks)
    2008
    Jaane Tu... Ya Jaane Na (special thanks)
    2006
    Mixed Doubles (thanks)
    Self
    2016
    The Cage (Documentary short) (completed) as
    Narrator (voice)
    2022
    Naam Tha Kanhaiyalal (Documentary)
    2019
    SunGanges (Documentary) as
    Self
    2018
    Guftagoo (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Guftagoo with Naseeruddin Shah (2018) - Self
    2015
    Mid Wicket Tales with Naseeruddin Shah (TV Series documentary) as
    Self - Host
    - Glamour & Cricket (2016) - Self - Host
    - India's Blistering Batters (2016) - Self - Host
    - Beyond the Boundary (2016) - Self - Host
    - Glorious Comebacks (2015) - Self - Host
    - Small Town Heroes (2015) - Self - Host
    - The Caribbean Affair (2015) - Self - Host
    - Stylist Stroke Makers (2015) - Self - Host
    - Bastions of Indian Cricket (2015) - Self - Host
    - India's Cricketing Families (2015) - Self - Host
    - Monikers of Indian cricketers (2015) - Self - Host
    - Vital Victories (2015) - Self - Host
    - Men of Steel (2015) - Self - Host
    - Teenage Sensations (2015) - Self - Host
    - India vs Pakistan: The Epic Rivalry (2015) - Self - Host
    - India's Amazing All Rounders (2015) - Self - Host
    - Our Dynamic Wicketkeepers (2015) - Self - Host
    - Brave Hearts of Indian cricket (2015) - Self - Host
    - India in England (2015) - Self - Host
    - Stylist Left Handers (2015) - Self - Host
    - The Agents of Change (2015) - Self - Host
    - India at the World Cup (2015) - Self - Host
    - Fantastic Pacers (2015) - Self - Host
    - Patrons & Promoters (2015) - Self - Host
    - Spinners of India (2015) - Self - Host
    - Our Glorious Openers (2015) - Self - Host
    - The Captains of Our Destiny (2015) - Self - Host
    2014
    The Anupam Kher Show (TV Series) as
    Self - Guest
    - Naseeruddin Shah & Om Puri (2014) - Self - Guest
    2014
    Bombay Movie (Documentary) as
    Self
    2012
    Celluloid Man (Documentary) as
    Self
    2008
    Leap of Faith (Documentary) as
    Self - Narrator
    2003
    Assembling the League (Video documentary) as
    Self - 'Captain Nemo'
    2002
    Indian Television Academy Awards (TV Series) as
    Self - Winner
    - 2nd ITA Awards (2002) - Self - Winner
    2001
    DVD Extra: Monsoon Wedding (Short) as
    Self
    1998
    Yeh Aashiqui Meri as
    Self
    1993
    Pyara Bharat Yeh Kahe (TV Movie) as
    Self
    1985
    Hamara Shahar - Bombay, Our City (Documentary)(voice)
    1982
    Bombays neue Sterne - Das indische Hollywood und sein alternatives Kino (TV Movie documentary) as
    Self
    Archive Footage
    2011
    Bappi Lahiri & Shreya Ghoshal: Ooh La La Tu Hai Meri Fantasy (Music Video)

    References

    Naseeruddin Shah Wikipedia