Nobody would belive this actor is 30 years old. And we wouldn’t blame you. Appearances are certainly deceptive. Imran Khan was born in a family of celebrities, the biggest being his uncle Aamir Khan.
It was his maamu who first introduced him to this world of lights, cameras and action! Imran started off doing cameos as a child actor in two his uncles films Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak and Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar.
It was in the year 2008 that Imran Khan began taste heights of success. It was his film, call it his debut, Jaane Tu… Ya Jaane Na that made him famous. His acting was appreciated and his chemistry with co-star Genelia D’Souza was much loved. He also went on to win several awards for this film.
Later came Kidnap and Luck which turned out to be huge disappointments. For close to two years the actor’s career was drooping. It was in 2010 that I Hate Luv Storys ,opposite Sonam Kapoor, released and brought Imran back in the game.
Later that year, Break Ke Baad released and the film caught everybody’s attention. It was a pleasant film and Deepika and Imran’s pairing was a huge hit. This film left Imran rest assured that he was here to stay and took away his insecurities.
Imran’s next big hit, Delhi Belly, was a huge hit. It was surprising to see Imran in such an avatar. The film was closely followed by another good film, Mere Brother Ki Dulhan. Soon after, Imran began delivering films that gave him an option to experiment with his roles. However, most of them seemed monotonous to the viewers and failed to creat a great impact.
Imran went on to act in films like Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu, Matru Ki Bijlee Ka Mandola, Once Upon A Time In Mumbai Dobaara! and Gori Tere Pyaar Mein.
Imran Khan has time and again proved that he is a separate individual and doesn’t need to be compared to his maaamu who is definitely a big source of inspiration to him. He is talented and young. We’re sure he will create ripples in this industry.