Muzammil attending MMK Aakarshan Festival of MMK College in Mumbai
25 August 1984 
Jammu and Kashmir, India
|Height||6 ft (1.8 m) |
|Weight||75 kg (165 lb) |
|Hair color||Black |
|Eye color||Black |
Muzammil Ibrahim (Kashmiri: मुज़मिल इब्राहीम (Devanagari), مزمل ابراہیم (Nastaleeq)) (born 25 August 1984) is an Indian model, originally from state of Jammu & Kashmir. He won the Gladrags Manhunt Contest in 2003. He also won the Rashtrapati Award for Bravery (1994) (Hindi: Jeevan Raksha Padak) for saving a boy from drowning in 1992.
Muzammil is a very famous Indian model who has done the most prestigious brand endoresements like Mahindra Bolero,Kodak camera,Real juice,Siyaram,Maruti Swift,Samsung galaxy phone,Tata Zest etc.He was named "King of the ramp" during his modelling days and has been one of the most famous supermodels from India who is known for his good looks and well sculpted body. before he entered acting. He did famous music videos like Kabhi Aisa Lagta Hai for Lucky Ali, and Pardesiya, which got him noticed with Rakhi Sawant. He made his debut into Bollywood with the movie titled Dhokha directed by Pooja Bhatt, written by Mahesh Bhatt and produced by Mukesh Bhatt.He was critically acclaimed for his role in the movie "Dhokha" and was considered as one of the best new kid on the block. In 2009, he acted in a film, Horn 'Ok' Pleassssalongwith Nana Patekar and Rimi sen,which did not get released due to production delays,he played a comic double role in it. He was nominated for "Best Newcomer" for his role in Dhokha at both the Filmfare awards, Star TV awards and the Stardust awards. His third film was Will You Marry Me? released in 2012.He has been featured consectively for the 6th year by Times of India as the "India's top 50 celebrities" and was included in the Elle magazine's "top 20 bachelor's of India" category.
|2007||Dhokha||ACP Zaid Ahmed||Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut|
|2009||Horn 'OK' Pleassss||Ajay|
|2012||Will You Marry Me?||Nikhil|
- Official website
- Gladrags Profile
- My weekend article on The Telegraph, Calcutta, 14 May 2005