Thursday, June 17, 2010

Introduction Of Emran Hashmi

Emran Hashmi

Date of Birth: 24th March, 1979.
Nickname: Serial Kisser, Farhaan.
Height: 5'9"
Education: Graduate (Sydenhum College).
Debut Film: "Footpath"
Film Awards: None

Emraan Hashmi’s six years in Bollywood have earned him the title of a serial kisser owing to a surplus of scorching, lingering, fleeting kisses that his roles have demanded of him, ensuring he is always in demand. There is more to him than that, of course.

Emraan Anwar Hashmi was born on 23 March 1979 to Anwar, a Muslim and Maherahh, a Catholic. Bollywood director Mahesh Bhatt is his uncle and actress turned director Pooja Bhatt is his cousin. He is also related to singer Atif Aslam.

He graduated from Sydenham College in Mumbai.

Emraan married his sweetheart Parveen Shahani on 14 December 2006.

On a Kissing Spree
Emraan made his debut in Bollywood with Footpath in 2003 but the film didn’t do well. The following year he acted in Anurag Basu’s Murder, a thriller, with Mallika Sherawat. The film became a hit and drew the audience’s eyes on him. The three films released in 2005-Zeher, Aashiq Banaaya Aapne, and Kalyug-got lucky at the box office, while the soundtracks of all his films became popular by their own right. Zeher was based on Hollywood’s Out of Time, while Aashiq Banaaya Aapne was about love and friendship. Kalyug was on the darker side of the spectrum looking at the pornography industry.

In 2006, he had several films hitting the theaters like Jawaani Deewani, Akshar, and The Killer. Gangster did well and was rumoured to be based on the relationship between Monica Bedi and Abu Salem.

The 2007 releases Good Boy Bad Boy, The Train, and Awaarapan didn’t fare well. In 2008, he played Arjun involved in a healthy dose of love and crime in Jannat.

He was the perfect Prithvi, a painter, in the horror flick Raaz – The Mystery Continues (2009). Tum Mile (2009) with Soha Ali Khan received good reviews. It was about the ex-lovers reuniting during the infamous Mumbai floods of 2005.

As yet another of bollywood's eligible bachelors tied the knot to his beloved.
Emraan Hashmi, the hottest hunk in Bollywood tasted marital bliss, he married Parveen Shahani this December. The nearly four-and-a-half year old relation with his Sindhi girlfriend Parveen culminated in a marriage. Parveen who teaches small children has never been uptight with Emraan's on-screen flirtatious image and smooching.

Bollywood's very own "smooch king" proscribes the serial kissing tag in movies, though he would continue with the roles and kissing scenes. The love relation has brought forth considerable changes and made him realize that he is no longer a player boy. Contrary to his filmy plots revolving around multiple relations and affairs, Emraan reckons that he can spend his whole life with Parveen, the love of his life. Emraan Hashmi of Murder and Aashiq Banaya Aapne fame is to play the ideal role, a true family man to perfection in his real life.

Emraan is now back from his honeymoon. According to him no radical changes have been taken place in his life after marriage, except… “You wake up with someone else in the bed. That's when it dawns on you that the status of the relationship has changed also the fights about dirty towels lying around, etc. But seriously, the relationship is more defined now. We've taken our bonding to the next level,” said Emraan

Has Parveen forbidden Emraan from kissing his heroines? “No! She never said that. Parveen is the last one to interfere in my career. However, no girlfriend or wife is going to jump with joy if she sees her man kissing another woman,” said Emraan. However Emraan will not totally stop kissing on screen. If scripts demand he will do it again. “But I'm not going to do it just for the heck of it any longer,” he quipped.

In all the roles Emraan has played so far, there is an amount of kinkiness in characters. Emraan claims that people expect that when they come to see his movies.

How does she deal with his smooch king rep? “We have had conversations about it. She does have normal insecurities, but is very strong. She knows the rumors associated with me are a part and parcel of being famous. She has learnt to bear with it.”

“I believe sex is a very important part of one's life but it shouldn't be the be all and end all of one's life because then it becomes a sickness. But sex as a component of healthy living is very important for me, be it in a form of live-in relation or a love-relation. Besides this, I would like
to have some intimacy with a girl before I go to bed with her. I can't enjoy sex with someone who I am not familiar with. The emotional bonding with a girl gives more physical pleasure than being with a stranger”. We gel because of our differences.

Parveen is very patient, completely non-filmi, mellow, homely and traditional — everything I wanted in my life partner. She has brought stability in my Casanova life. “Her being non-filmi is a big plus; I don’t want to return to industry talk when I go back home and I can trust her totally, which may not have been the case if I had an actress in my life. So how does his family react to his kissing on screen?

"My dad and my grandmother don't like me kissing on screen.”I know I hurt the sentiments of people their age. But my dad and my grandmother aren't the audience today. They won't buy a ticket to watch my film. I know I get flak, but for me, everything starts and ends with the box office. Today, whatever I do on screen, I connect with the people of my generation, and they have no qualms about it. Today, we don't show two birds necking or two flowers bending to depict a sexual scene."

So when was his first kiss in reality? "In the ninth standard,” recounts Emraan. "Our teeth clanked, and we were struggling. It was so embarrassing,"he smiles, adding, "After having kissed so many times, I am still struggling to kiss properly."

The actor is also certain that marriage is not going to affect his dude image. "Going by past references, in Bollywood (Aamir, Shah Rukh Khan) and Hollywood, I don't think marriage, comes in the way of stardom. It's the persona, the aura and the talent that talks."

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