Pawan Malhotra Biography

An acknowledged actor Pawan Malhotra is a famous face on the big as well as small screen. He is acclaimed actor who works in Hindi films as well as TV serials. He is recognized as Hari from famous TV serial 'Nukkad' and Ghunuram from 'Bagh Bahadur'.

The actor who essayed a protagonist in Saeed Akhtar Mirza's 'Salim Langde Pe Mat Ro' has become famous since he played a cold blooded mafia Irfan Khan in Telugu blockbuster flock 'Aithe' in 2003. He has also got critical acclaim for his role as Tiger Memon in 'Black Friday' in 2004.

Pawan Malhotra is an Arts graduate from Delhi University. When he thought of taking up acting as a career option, he ventured into Delhi's theatre circuit. After that, he shifted his base to the city of dreams, Mumbai. Initially, he used to work as an assistant on the sets of TV series 'Yeh Jo Hai Zindagi' in 1984. After that, he got a noticeable role in Saeed Akhtar Mirza's famous TV serial 'Nukkad' in 1986. The role gave him an instant fame and recognition. On the other hand, he made his small entry on the big screen with Pankaj Parashar's movie 'Ab Ayega Mazaa' in 1984.

The talented actor further was seen in the movies like 'Sau Crore' ,'Antarnaad' ,'City Of Joy', 'Tarpan' ,'Brothers in Trouble' ,'Pardes' ,' 1947 Earth' ,'Fakir', 'The Perfect Husband', 'Aithe', 'Black Friday' ,' Anukokunda Oka Roju' ,' Andhrudu',' Amma Cheppindi' (Telugu), Eashwar Mime Co., Don - The Chase Begins Again' ,Blood Brothers' ,'Jab We Met' ,'My Name Is Anthony Gonsalves', 'De Taali', 'Delhi 6' ,'Ek Tho Chance', 'Road To Sangam' ,'Badmaash Company' ,'Don 2' ,'Bhindi Baazaar Inc', 'Yeh Faasley' ,'Shaitan' and 'Ek Thi Daayan'.

He has appeared on the small screen in the TV serials like ' Zameen Aasman' and 'Ek Nayi Chhoti Si Zindagi'.

The talented actor who was born in Panipat, Haryana is married to Aparnaa Malhotra. Pawan has got many awards like BAFTA Award for Bagh Bahadur in 1990, National Award for Fakir in 1998, Nandi Special Jury Award for 'Aithe' in 2003 and the Filmfare Best Villain Award for 'Aithe' in 2003.