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Sammir Dattani at Always Kabhi Kabhi Bash
January 27, 1982 |
Dattani started his Hindi film career with Rajshri Productions. His first Hindi film Uuf Kya Jaadoo Mohabbat Hai was followed by roles in Madhur Bhandarkar's Corporate and Vikram Bhatt's Life Mein Kabhie Kabhie as well as films such as Pyar Mein Twist. In the Hindi film Mukhbir, directed by Mani Shankar, Dattani played the lead role of an undercover police informer.
Dattani appareaed in the Kannada-language film Nanna Preethiya Hudugi which earned him the best debutant award in the South.. Besides films such as Monalisa, other Kannada film appearances include Amruthadhare. Dattani's first Tamil film, produced by Gemini Films, was Kutty with Shriya Saran.
Shyam Benegal cast him in Well Done Abba (2010), alongside Boman Irani and Minissha Lamba. After premiering at international film festivals in Montreal, Dubai and London, the film had its commercial release 26 March 2010.
Dattani appeared in Dharma Production's I Hate Luv Storys, released on 2 July 2010.
|2001||Nanna Preethiya Hudugi||Putto||Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut|
|2014||Mr. and Mrs. Ramachari||Akash||Cameo appearance|
|2004||Uuf Kya Jaadoo Mohabbat Hai||Yash|
|2005||Pyaar Mein Twist||Sanjay|
|2007||Life Mein Kabhie Kabhiee||Jai Gokhale|
|2008||Dhoom Dadakka||Ranbir/Kamal shankar|
|2010||Well Done Abba||Arif|
|2010||I Hate Luv Storys||Raj|
- Baker, Steven. ""My work has gone to another level" – Sammir Dattani". Bollyspice.com. Retrieved 23 January 2015.
Your family is Gujarati, you were born and brought up in Bombay, and you have worked in Hindi, Kannada and Tamil cinema, so what languages do you speak? Well I speak Kannada. I speak Gujarati, Hindi of course, English of course, and a bit of Marathi and Telugu.