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Indian actor
Born: October 15, 1986 (age 35 years), Lucknow, India
Height: 1.8 m
Nationality: Indian

Partner: Richa Chadha
Education: St. Xavier’s College (Autonomous), The Doon School
Record label: T-Series
Hometown: Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh

Wife: Richa Chaddha
Profession Actor, Model
Height (approx.) in centimeters- 180 cm
in meters- 1.80 m
in Feet Inches- 5’ 11”

Weight (approx.) in Kilograms- 72 kg (Approx.)
in Pounds- 158 lbs
Body Measurements (approx.) – Chest: 40 Inches
– Waist: 32 Inches
– Biceps: 13.5 Inches

Eye Colour Black
Hair Colour Black
Date of Birth 15 October 1986
Age (as of 2022) 36 Years

Birthplace Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India
Zodiac sign Libra
Nationality Indian
Hometown Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India

School The Doon School, Dehradun
College St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai
Educational Qualification Graduate in Economics
Marital Status Married

Marriage Date 4 October 2022
Marriage Place Lucknow
Affairs/Girlfriends Richa Chaddha (Actress)
Wife/Spouse Richa Chaddha

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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.

Along with Tochi Raina, Fazal participated in a musical concert to raise funds for victims of the earthquake in Nepal.

Fazal is Muslim, he performed Umrah in January 2022. He shared his journey to Mecca and Medina on Instagram.

In 2014, Fazal made an entry on The Times of India’s listing of the “Most Desirable Man”. Fazal has been in a relationship with Richa Chadha, though their marriage plans had to be postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

In 2019 Power Brands honored Fazal with “Power Brand: Industry Trendsetter” at BFJA (Bollywood Film Journalist’s Awards). On 17 June 2020, Fazal’s mother died due to health complications in Lucknow. Ali Fazal’s grandfather died on Saturday 24 April 2021.

Ali Fazal is an Indian actor and model who primarily appears in Hindi films. 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.

He was seen in films like Always Kabhi Kabhi (2011), Baat Ban Gayi (2013) and Bobby Jasoos (2014). His first success came in Fukrey (2013) and Sonali Cable (2014).

Fazal made his Bollywood debut with a cameo appearance in 3 Idiots (2009) and next appeared in Always Kabhi Kabhi (2011).

He played the leading role in the horror film Khamoshiyan (2015) followed by his first American film Furious 7 (2015), and 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). The film premiered at the Venice Film Festival in 2017.

The costumes worn by the lead actors in the film have been added as part of the official display at Osborne House.

Fazal is popularly recognized for playing the character of Guddu Pandit in the Amazon Prime Video’s crime thriller Mirzapur.

In his School days, Ali Fazal used to play Basketball and dreamt of representing India in the sport.

Early in his career, Fazal acted in television commercials for Pizza Hut & Micromax Mobile and performed in professional theatrical productions at Mumbai’s Prithvi Theatre.

After starring in Red Chillies Production’s, “Always Kabhi Kabhi”, Fazal’s career picked up pace, and he starred back to back in movies like 3 idiots, Fukrey, Baat Ban Gayi, Sonali cable and other popular films.

Ali Fazal appeared briefly in the seventh Fast and the Furious movie.

Fazal has a phobia of water & thus cannot swim.

In 2014, Fazal entered, The Times Of India’s list of most desirable men.

Ali Fazal has a strong devotion to society and has been supporting many charitable organizations.

In February 2015, he joined a “Cancerthon” organised by NDTV and Fortis in order to create awareness about cancer and raising funds for children battling the disease.

In November 2020, through a tweet, he revealed that his first salary was Rs. 8,000 that he received while working in a call centre at the age of 19 during his college studies.

He was brought up in the village near Ganges.

He spent his childhood with his maternal grandparents and mother.

He had been an active participant in school debates and plays.

He played the role of Trinculo in The Tempest play by William Shakespeare.

His movie Ek Tho Chance was premiered at the 14th International Film Festival of Kerala.

His movie Baat Bann Gayi was considered as the parody of Shakespeare’s The Comedy of Errors.

He played a special appearance in the Bollywood movie Furious 7.

He was also seen In an Indo – American movies For Here Or To Go.

A cancerthon organised by NDTV and Fortis was joined by him in order to spread awareness about cancer and raise funds.

He raised funds for the victims of the Nepal’s earthquake by participating in a musical concert.

His zodiac sign is Libra.

He was entitled as the India’s Most Desirable Man by The Times of India in 2014.

Ali Fazal is an Indian actor and model who is famous for his acting in Hindi films. He is known for his role as Guddu Pandit in the Amazon Prime web series Mirzapur. Ali was born on 15 October 1986 in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh.

He received his early education from International Indian School, Dammam, Saudi Arabia. After that, he came back to India and studied at La Martiniere College in Lucknow. He has also studied at The Doon School in Dehradun.

At The Doon School, he ventured into acting and participated in several Founder’s Day theater productions.

After Doon, Fazal moved to Mumbai and graduated in Economics from St. Xavier’s College there. When he was in his first year of college, he got a small role in the romantic comedy film The Other End of the Line.

In his second year of college, he got a chance to play Monty Singh in the American television miniseries Bollywood Hero (2009). Then he made a cameo in the Bollywood movie 3 Idiots in 2009.

He was working as a theater artist at Prithvi Theater in Juhu when 3 Idiots director Rajkumar Hirani cast him for the film.