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Aasif Sheikh (born 11 November 1964) is an Indian film, stage, and television artist. He played the role of Prince Ajay Singh in Hum Log. He has appeared in numerous Bollywood films and TV serials. He acted in the TV series Yes Boss which ran from 1999 to 2009 and sitcom Bhabiji Ghar Par Hain!.
|Born||11 November 1964|
|Occupation(s)||Film and television artist|
|Years active||1984 – present|
|Spouse||Zeba Sheikh |
He has been acknowledged by World Book of Records London for performing more than three hundred characters in a single running television show - Bhabiji Ghar Par Hain! a Hindi sitcom on 19 October 2021.
Sheikh was born on 11 November 1964 in New Delhi, India. He attended Saint Anthony's School. He spent his childhood school breaks in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh. He then initially enrolled in Khalsa College, Delhi for a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Honours, then turned to Hotel Management, but soon dropped to pursue theatre. He married Zeba Sheikh in 1989, with whom he has two children, daughter, Maryam Nastasia, born 1990, and son, Alyjah Iman, born 1995.
He is associated with Indian People's Theatre Association(IPTA), Mumbai. He has acted in plays like Kabuliwala, Aakhri Shama, Simla Coffee House, Hum Deewane Hum Parwane, Ek Baar Phir and Aaall izz Well with Shuturmurgh Ek Baar Phir, Oye Ki Gal Hain, Pyaar Mein Kabhi Kabhi. One of his popular plays is U-Turn co-starring Poonam Dhillon.
|Denotes films that have not yet been released|
|1988||Rama O Rama||Vicky (Sonu)||Debut|
|1990||Qayamat Ki Raat||Avinash||Lead role|
|Muqaddar Ka Badshaah||Ashok Singh|
|1991||Pyaar Ka Saudagar||Arun Verma||Lead role|
|Yaara Dildara||Rajesh Mehra||Lead role|
|Swarg Jaisaa Ghar||Amar|
|Lahu Luhaan||Suraj||Lead role|
|Sone Ki Zanjeer||Manish|
|1994||Ishq Mein Jeena Ishq Mein Marna||Inspector Bhure Lal Yadav|
|Duniyaa Jhukti Hai||Aakash||Lead role|
|Karan Arjun||Suraj Singh|
|Ham Sab Chor Hain||Rajrani|
|Apne Dam Par||Karan Verma|
|Chhote Sarkar||Lobo||Special Appearance|
|Kaun Sachcha Kaun Jhootha||John D'Souza|
|Aur Pyar Ho Gaya||Rohit Malhotra|
|Ek Phool Teen Kante||Advocate Dagga|
|Pyaar Kiya To Darna Kya||Thakur Vijay Singh's brother|
|Zulm-O-Sitam||Man who teased 'Meena'|
|1999||Sikandar Sadak Ka||Bunty Chawla|
|Haseena Maan Jaayegi||Preetam|
|Pyaar Koi Khel Nahin||Hemant ;Kanti's Younger Brother|
|Karobaar: The Business of Love||Ramlal's son|
|2001||Master||Kailash 'K. C.' Chaudhry|
|Hum Deewane Pyar Ke||Tony|
|Jodi No. 1||Vikramjit Singh|
|2002||Maine Dil Tujhko Diya||Raman Chopra|
|2004||I - Proud To Be An Indian||I's brother|
|Dil Ne Jise Apna Kaha||R. Tripathi|
|2007||Shaadi Karke Phas Gaya Yaar||Bunty|
|Nehlle Pe Dehlla||Hansa|
|Journey Bombay to Goa: Laughter Unlimited||Dr. Kushal Bhardwaj|
|Sajna Ve Sajna||Jibran|
|Tandoori Love||Superstar Ramesh|
|Phir Ayegi Woh Raat|
|2010||Benny and Babloo||Negi|
|The Desire: A Journey of a Woman|
|Khallballi: Fun Unlimited|
|2011||Faraar - On The Run||Wilson D'Souza|
|2014||Ekkees Toppon Ki Salaami||Arnab Sharma|
|2016||Aman Ke Farishtey||Vikram||Lead role|
|2019||Bharat||Hariwant Mehra "Babli"|
|2023||Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan|||
|1984–1985||Hum Log||Prince Ajay Singh||Debut|
|1993||Zee Horror Show||Raj||Segment: Khauff|
|1999||Tanha||Ali Rehman||Lead role|
|1999–2009||Yes Boss||Vinod Verma||Lead role|
|1999||Rishtey - The Love Stories||Sagar||Episode "Agreement"|
|1999–2000||Gul Sanobar||Shehzada Tamaas of Hindustan||Lead role|
|2002||Mehndi Tere Naam Ki||Raj|
|2003||Hassi Woh Phassi||Dentist||Lead role|
|Detective Karan||Jai Arora|
|2005||CID||Varun||Episodes : "The Case of the Mysterious Truck PART I-II″|
|2006||Ishq Ki Ghanti||Lead role|
|2007-2008||Humsafar The Train||Gaurav Verma||Lead role|
|2009||Dill Mill Gayye||Balvinder 'Billy' Mallik|
|CID||Raghav||Episode : "Paheli Laash Ke Tukdon Ki"|
|2009–2010||Yeh Chanda Kanoon Hai||Vibhuti Narayan||Lead role|
|2010–2011||Ring Wrong Ring||Vijay Chouhan||Lead role|
|2011–2012||Don't Worry Chachu||Chintan Desai||Lead role|
|2012||Chidiya Ghar||Pappi Luthra|
|2013||Hum Aapke Hain In Laws||Col. U. R. Sethi|
|2014||Tum Saath Ho Jab Apne||Younus Baig|
|2015–present||Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Hai!||Vibhuti Narayan Mishra||Lead role|
|2017||Door Kinare Milte Hai||Virender|
|2022||Yeh Kaali Kaali Ankhein||As Himself||Special appearance |
|2022||Aar Ya Paar (web series)||Wasim Bhai|||
|2002||Tv Actor in a Negative Role||Mehndi Tere Naam Ki||Nominated|
|2015||Indian Telly Awards||Best Actor in a Comic Role||Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Hai!||Nominated|
|2016||ITA Awards||Best Actor (Comedy)||Won|
|2017||Best Actor - Popular||Won|
|Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards||Best Actor - TV||Nominated|
|2018||ITA Awards||Best Actor (Comedy)||Won|
|2021||Gold Comedy Awards||Best Actor Male (Fiction)||Won|
|2022||ITA Awards||Best Actor (Comedy)||Nominated|
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- ^ Daily Life writer (21 October 2015). "A Straightforward Man". Daily Post India. Archived from the original on 22 December 2015. Retrieved 28 December 2018.
- ^ "BJGPH's Aasif Sheikh on being acknowledged by World Book of Records: I feel more responsible". The Times of India. 20 October 2021. Retrieved 17 March 2022.
- ^ "Aasif Sheikh (Prominent Actor) from Mumbai, Maharashtra, India gets included by World Book of Records - London". World Book of Records. Retrieved 17 March 2022.
- ^ Meera Vohra (16 December 2016). "My cousins considered me a dud actor: Aasif Sheikh". The Times of India. Retrieved 28 December 2018.
- ^ "ये हैं 'भाबीजी...' के विभूति नारायण की बेटी, देखें Family की Unseen Photos". Dainik Bhaskar (in Hindi). 16 February 2017. Retrieved 6 March 2020.
- ^ @iaasifsheikh (3 February 2016). "@Neeshasharma7 my son..Alyjah Iman...daughter..Maryam Nastassia..." (Tweet). Retrieved 7 March 2020 – via Twitter.
- ^ "Indian People's Theatre Association - Plays". IPTAMumbai. Retrieved 2 March 2019.
- ^ a b Bhatia, Saloni. "Aashif Sheikh: I do theatre to push my limits as an actor" – via The Economic Times - The Times of India.
- ^ a b "Aasif Sheikh's low-key 58th birthday celebration; says 'My family and my show Bhabi Ji are two of the most precious gifts I have ever received'" – via The Economic Times - The Times of India.
- ^ Khosla, Mukesh (4 October 1998). "Sunday Reading... Film and tv". The Tribune (Chandigarh).
- ^ "TV or OTT: It's a Catch-22 situation, says Aasif Sheikh". Hindustan Times. 27 December 2021. Retrieved 17 March 2022.