Naseeruddin Shah (Father)Ratna Pathak Shah (Mother)
Vivaan Shah (Brother)Heeba Shah (Half - Sister)
Imaad Shah, born Imaaduddin Shah, is an Indian actor and musician. He is the son of actors Naseeruddin Shah and Ratna Pathak Shah, his maternal grandmother was actress Dina Pathak. He is also a theatre actor, and works with theatre company Motley, founded by Naseeruddin Shah and Benjamin Gilani. He has been a part of many productions including Katha collage, 'Waiting for Godot', 'By George' and 'Manto Ismat Haazir hain', apart from working with other groups.
Imaad made his acting debut in 2006 in Yun Hota To Kya Hota and in 2007 in Dil Dosti Etc, under Prakash Jha, where he played a young Delhi University student with a penchant for the secret corners of the old town. Later that year, in real life while traveling to University in Mumbai, he met with an accident and was hospitalised with serious injuries when he fell out of a moving Mumbai local train. He bounced back with his next film Sooni Taraporevala's award winning Little Zizou (2009) which traveled to film festivals all across Europe, North America and parts of Asia.
His upcoming releases, including "404" and "Tasher Desh" have him playing dark and memorable characters, with more films in production including Mira Nair's "The Reluctant Fundamentalist" and Q's "Tasher Desh".
He is part of the Electro Funk/ Nu Disco duo MADBOY/ MINK and is frontman and guitarist/vocalist for the funk/ disco band The Pulp Society.
- Yun Hota To Kya Hota (2006)
- Dil Dosti Etc (2007)
- Little Zizou (2009)
- 404 Error Not Found (2012)
- The Reluctant Fundamentalist (2013)
- Tasher Desh (2013)
- M Cream (post production)
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- "Katha sagar". Indian Express. July 29, 2006.
- "Imaad Shah's new play on love and the city". DNA (newspaper). Sep 14, 2010.
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