Ali Fazal

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Ali Fazal
Ali Fazal looking away from camera
Fazal in 2017
Born (1986-10-15) 15 October 1986 (age 35)
Alma materSt. Xavier's College, Mumbai
Occupation
  • Actor
  • model
Years active2008–present
Partner(s)Richa Chadha

Ali Fazal (born 15 October 1986[1]) is an Indian actor and model who primarily appears in Hindi films and television. He made his screen debut with a small role in the English language film The Other End of the Line before appearing in the American television miniseries Bollywood Hero.[2] Fazal made his Bollywood debut with a cameo appearance in 3 Idiots (2009) and he next appeared in Always Kabhi Kabhi (2011). His first success came in Fukrey (2013), and he was seen in supporting roles in films like Baat Ban Gayi (2013), Bobby Jasoos (2014) and Sonali Cable (2014).

He played the leading role in the horror film Khamoshiyan (2015) followed by his first American film Furious 7 (2015). He also played a role in Happy Bhag Jayegi opposite Diana Penty in 2016. Fazal starred in the British-American film Victoria & Abdul, which depicts the relationship of Queen Victoria (Judi Dench) and her confidant, Indian servant Abdul Karim (Fazal).[3] The film premiered at the Venice Film Festival in 2017.[4] The costumes worn by the lead actors in the film have been added as part of the official display at Osborne House.[5]

In 2018, he played Guddu Pandit in Mirzapur. In 2020 he continued his role of Guddu Pandit in Mirzapur season 2, he will also be in Mirzapur season 3. He will also be seen in Fukrey 3.

Early life and education[edit]

Fazal's family hails from Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh.[6] He went to La Martiniere College in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, and then moved to the all-boys boarding school, The Doon School in Dehradun, Uttarakhand.[7] At Doon, he took up acting and participated in many Founder's Day theatre productions. He is said to have "found his calling" when he played the role of Trinculo, the jester in William Shakespeare's The Tempest.[8][6] After Doon, Fazal went to Mumbai, Maharashtra and graduated in economics from St. Xavier's College.[9]

Personal life[edit]

Ali Fazal looking walking on a stage
Fazal walking the ramp at Lakme Fashion Week, 2015

In February 2015, Fazal joined a Cancerthon organised by NDTV and Fortis to create awareness about cancer and raising funds for children battling the disease. He has though now left the work.[10] Along with Tochi Raina, Fazal participated in a musical concert to raise funds for victims of the earthquake in Nepal.[11]

In 2014, Fazal made an entry on The Times of India's listing of the "Most Desirable Man".[12] Fazal has been in a relationship with Richa Chadha, though their marriage plans had to be postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[13] In 2019 Power Brands honored Fazal with “Power Brand: Industry Trendsetter” at BFJA (Bollywood Film Journalist's Awards).[14] On 17 June 2020, Fazal's mother died[15] due to health complications in Lucknow. Ali Fazal's grandfather died on Saturday 24 April 2021.[16]

Career[edit]

2008–11: early work[edit]

Fazal appeared in a small role in the James Dodson—directed romantic comedy film The Other End of the Line (2008).[17] The film was a critical and commercial failure.[18][19] He next appeared in the American television miniseries Bollywood Hero (2009) where he portrayed the role of Monty Kapoor.[17] During his second year of college, Saeed Akhtar Mirza saw him in a play and picked him for the lead of erotic thriller Ek Tho Chance (2009), alongside Amrita Arora and Saurabh Shukla.[6] The film focused on the realities and comedies inherent in life in Mumbai. The film premiered at 14th International Film Festival of Kerala.[20]

Ali Fazal looking at the camera
Fazal at a promotional event for Always Kabhi Kabhi, 2011

The same year, Fazal made his Bollywood film debut with Rajkumar Hirani's National Film Award-winning 3 Idiots, a film loosely based on the novel Five Point Someone by Chetan Bhagat.[21] He was doing a theatre play at Prithvi Theatre in Juhu, when a person from the film's production unit noticed him and referred him to Hirani.[9][22] Co-starring alongside Aamir Khan, Kareena Kapoor, R. Madhavan and Sharman Joshi, Fazal played the role of an engineering student, Joy Lobo. The film received critical acclaim and emerged as the highest-grossing Bollywood film of all time up until then, grossing 3,920 million (US$52 million) worldwide.[23]

In 2011, Fazal was picked up by Shahrukh Khan's production house, Red Chillies Entertainment for the Roshan Abbas–directed romance film Always Kabhi Kabhi.[24] Appearing opposite Giselli Monteiro, Fazal plays the role of Sameer Khanna and had to lose 15 kilos for the role.[22] The film received negative response from the critics and was a box office failure.[25] While Komal Nahta of Koimoi said Fazal acted reasonably well,[26] Gaurav Malani from The Times of India picked him as best in the cast.[27] Later in an interview, Fazal said that doing the film was not a good decision.[28]

2013–present[edit]

Fazal's first release of 2013 was in the coming of age comedy film Fukrey, in which he portrayed the role of Zafar, a struggling musician.[29] The film along with his performance received mixed responses from critics. Nishi Tiwari from Rediff.com said he wore a "dazed expression" throughout the film,[30] and Saibal Chatterjee from NDTV felt his role was "underwritten".[31]

The same year, Fazal appeared in the romantic comedy film Baat Bann Gayi, which was considered a parody on Shakespeare's The Comedy of Errors.[7] He portrayed the dual roles of Kabir, a successful novelist from Singapore, and Rasiya Bihari, a local don.[32] The film met with negative reactions from critics and failed at the box office, though Fazal was praised for his acting.[25] Faheem Ruhani from India Today considered him as an upcoming talent to "watch out for",[33] while The Times of India affirmed he is "standing out" from the cast.[34]

In 2014, Fazal appeared in a supporting role opposite Vidya Balan in the comedy-drama Bobby Jasoos. Initially, Fazal refused the role since he felt he had "nothing much to do in it", but later agreed because of the "unusual romance" between him and Balan.[35] Fazal's role as Tasawur, a popular local TV anchor who helps a Hyderabadi woman who aspires to be a detective (played by Balan), was well received. Taran Adarsh of Bollywood Hungama described Fazal as a "complete revelation": "Although pitted against a powerhouse performer like Vidya, Ali makes his presence felt with a wonderful performance".[36]

The same year he appeared in the film Sonali Cable opposite Rhea Chakraborty, where he portrayed the role of Raghu. Fazal did his first on-screen intimate scene for a song in the film along with Chakraborty.[37] His acting received mixed response from critics, where many criticised him for "recent stereotyped roles".[38] Mohar Basu from Koimoi commented, "Ali Fazal is not even close to what he is capable of. The actor has good potential and this film fails to unleash it",[39] though Renuka Vyavahare of The Times of India felt he was "likeable in his character".[40] Both films received mixed to negative response from critics and were declared to be box office flops.[25]

Fazal next took the lead role in the psychological horror thriller Khamoshiyan (2015).[41] He portrayed the role of Kabir, an alcoholic novelist, whose failed career and relationship forced him to move to Kashmir in search of an inspirational story. The film was a critical failure, though Fazal's performance was well received. Bollywood Hungama said: "He has a wide range of emotions that effortlessly inhabit his face".[42] The Hindu critic Arjun Kumar described him as a "natural performer with effective screen presence".[43] Reportedly, Fazal was offered a role in the American political thriller television series Homeland, but he had to reject the offer since he had already commenced shooting for Khamoshiyan and ultimately the role went to Nimrat Kaur.[44][45]

Fazal made his Hollywood film debut with a special appearance in the action film Furious 7, the seventh installment in The Fast and the Furious film series.[46] In the film review, The Hindu wrote: "Ali Fazal turns up in a fleeting cameo and before we could breath in his presence he is ejected out of the scenery".[47] Fazal said that he had only three scenes, but Subhash K. Jha from Bollywood Hungama considered those scenes "delightful". But it must be considered as a part of story in furious as the friend of Ramsey.[48][49]

Fazal was next seen in an Indo-American film, For Here Or To Go? which revolves around two Indian immigrants who find it difficult to build a successful life away from home. The film played at many international film festivals.[50] That same year, Fazal played the leading role in the Yash Raj Films youth studio Y-Films web-series Bang Baaja Baaraat.[51]

In 2016 Fazal played in Anand L. Rai's Happy Bhag Jayegi opposite Abhay Deol and Diana Penty. The film was a critical and commercial success.[52] Fazal featured alongside Kalki Koechlin, in Soni Razdan's Love Affair, a fictionalised version of the 1959 Nanavati murder case.[53][54] In addition, he has committed to star opposite Shriya Saran in Prakash Raj's romantic comedy Tadka.[55]

In 2017, Fazal starred in the British-American film Victoria & Abdul, which depicts the relationship of Queen Victoria (Judi Dench) and her confidant, Indian servant Abdul Karim. He also appeared in the sequel Fukrey Returns.

In 2018, he appeared in spin-off Happy Phirr Bhag Jayegi and played Guddu Pandit in the web series Mirzapur

In 2019, he was cast in Milan Talkies, Prassthanam and Netflix film House Arrest.

In 2020 he continued his role of Guddu Pandit in Mirzapur season 2. He has also been cast in the film Death on the Nile as Andrew Katchadouriaan, a film based on Agatha Christie's novel of the same name.

In 2021 he turned producer. He started his own film production company named Pushing Buttons Studios with Richa Chadha.[56][57]

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

Year Film Role(s) Notes Ref(s)
2008 The Other End of the Line Vij Special appearance [19]
2009 Ek Tho Chance Smridh Delayed [6]
3 Idiots Joy Lobo Cameo appearance [58]
2011 Always Kabhi Kabhi Sameer "Sam" Khanna [59]
2012 According to Plan A Abhi Short film [60]
2013 Fukrey Zafar [61]
Baat Ban Gayi Kabir / Rasiya Bihari [62]
2014 Bobby Jasoos Tasawur Sheikh [63]
Sonali Cable Raghu [64]
2015 Khamoshiyan Kabir Walia [65]
Furious 7 Safar Hollywood film
Special appearance
[66]
[67]
Cheers Himself Short film [68]
For Here Or To Go? Vivek Pandit Indo-American film [50]
[69]
2016 Happy Bhag Jayegi Guddu [70]
2017 Love Affair Pre-production [54]
Victoria & Abdul Abdul Karim English film [55]
Fukrey Returns Zafar [71]
2018 Happy Phirr Bhag Jayegi Guddu [72]
2019 Milan Talkies Annu [73]
Prassthanam Ayushmann Singh [74]
House Arrest Karan Netflix film [75]
2021 Baanwredagger Rocky [76]
Fukrey 3dagger Zafar [77]
Happy Ab Bhag Jayegi!dagger Guddu [78]
2022 Death on the Nile dagger Andrew Katchadourian Post-production

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2009 Bollywood Hero Monty Kapoor 3 episodes

Web series[edit]

Year Title Role Produced by Ref.
2015 Bang Baaja Baaraat Pawan Y-Films [79]
2016 Sex Chat with Pappu & Papa Cameo in Episode 2-Pregnancy Y-Films
2018–present Mirzapur Govind 'Guddu' Pandit Amazon Prime Video [80]
2019 Mind the Malhotras Himself (Cameo Appearance) Amazon Prime Video [81]
2020 Forbidden Love Dev ZEE5 Film [82]
2021 Ray Ipsit Nair Netflix [83]

Music video[edit]

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2016 Pyaar Manga Hai Un­known Debut music video [84][85]
2020 Aaj Bhi Un­known [86]

Podcasts[edit]

Year Title Role Co-star Ref.
2021 Virus 2062 Case 63/ Peter Pereira Richa Chadha [87][88]

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