Farooq Sheikh 70th birthday google doodle interesting-facts

Farouque Shaikh was an actor who did not act on the screen but rather won it. On the 70th birthday of Farooq Sheikh, Google has paid tribute to him by making him a doodle. If you remember Farooq Shaikh, then Siddhartha will be seen in front of you as ‘Chashme Badhoor’ in front of you, and sometimes Nawab of ‘Umrao Jaan’ in Navbhi style or the movie ‘Saath-Ke’ Farooq Sheikh had reduced the work in films from the 90s and turned towards the TV. Farooq was a Bollywood and TV artist who has never been involved in controversies. A look at the birthday of Farooq Sheikh on the special 5 things related to his life …



Farooq Sheikh 70th birthday google doodle interesting-facts

Farooque Shaikh
Farooq Sheikh at Mirchi Music Awards 2011.jpg

Sheikh at the 2011 Mirchi Music Awards
Born25 March 1948
Vadodara, Gujarat, India
Died28 December 2013 (aged 65)
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Cause of deathHeart attack
NationalityIndian
EducationSt. Xavier’s College, Mumbai
OccupationActor
Spouse(s)Roopa Shaikh
ChildrenSanaa Shaikh, Shaaista Shaikh

Personal life

Shaikh was conceived in 1948 at Amroli, a town close Nasvadi Vadodara, Gujarat, to father Mustafa Shaikh and Mother Farida. His dad Mustafa Shaikh was a legal counselor settled in Mumbai, whose family hailed from Hansot town (Bharuch region, Gujarat). Shaikh’s family were Zamindars (landowners), and he experienced childhood in the rich environment. Shaikh was the oldest of five youngsters, ad experienced childhood in Nagpada, Mumbai, where his dad had settled down to hone law. Farooq Sheikh 70th birthday google doodle interesting-facts

Shaikh went to St. Mary’s School, Mumbai and afterward moved on from St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai. He at that point contemplated law at Siddharth College of Law, Mumbai. His dad had an effective law rehearse, which incited Shaikh to take up law initially. Shaikh came to acting in the wake of neglecting to identify with his calling in law.



It was at St. Xavier’s College that Shaikh met Roopa, his future spouse. Them two were dynamic in the theater while at school and later they got married. Shaikh’s spell at St. Xavier’s was imperative for both the individual and expert parts of his life. He made numerous companions there, including Sunil Gavaskar, who was a contemporary. His enthusiasm for theater took off while he was at St. Xavier’s, and among the other theater fans there was Roopa, who was his lesser at St Xavier’s College. Performing artist Shabana Azmi, at that point referred to fundamentally as the little girl of noted artist Kaifi Azmi, was Roopa’s colleague. Shaikh in this manner created the two his theater aptitudes and his expert system amid those years. He wedded Roopa a few years subsequent to moving on from St. Xaviers. They have two girls, Shaaista and Sanaa. His more youthful little girl Sanaa works with the NGO United Way Mumbai.

Career

In his initial days, he was dynamic in theater, doing plays with IPTA and with understood chiefs like Sagar Sarhadi. In 1973, while Shaikh was in his last year of graduate school, MS Sathyu moved toward him for his directorial make a big appearance Garam Hawa. His first significant movie part was in the 1973 movie Garam Hawa, where Farooque had a supporting part and the main man was Balraj Sahni. The film is credited with being a pioneer of another rush of Hindi Art cinema.His compensation for his presentation film was just Rupees 750. He initially increased well-known acknowledgment as a test ace on the radio, however, it was his cooperation as a grapple on Bombay Doordarshan shows, for example, Yuvadarshan and Young World that made him a family name. Sheik in Gaman (1978) went about as the vagrant Bombay cab driver from Badaun in Uttar Pradesh envisioning about returning home to meet his better half, yet never sets aside enough to return home. He went ahead to act in a few striking movies, for example, Satyajit Ray’s Shatranj Ke Khiladi (Chess Players) (1977), Noorie (1979), Chashme Buddoor (1981), Umrao Jaan( 1981), Bazaar (1982) Saath Saath(1982), Rang Birangi,(1983) Kissi Se Na Kehna (1983) Ek Baar Chale Aao (1983) Katha (1983) Ab Ayega Mazaa (1984) Salma (1985) Peechha Karo (1986) Biwi Ho To Aisi (1988) And Maya Memsaab (1993) . He framed an effective match with Deepti Naval. He likewise completed a somewhat negative part in Katha.

Farooq Sheikh 70th birthday google doodle interesting-facts

He was matched inverse Shabana Azmi in Sagar Sarhadi’s Lorie, Kalpana Lajmi’s Ek Pal and Muzaffar Ali’s Anjuman (1986) and afterward in the play Tumhari Amrita.[19] His onscreen blending with Deepti Naval was extremely famous with groups of onlookers, and they functioned as a couple in nine movies, among movies, for example, Noorie, Chashme Buddoor, Katha, Saath, Kissi se Na Kehna, Rang Birangi, Ek Baar Chale Aao, Biopic Hasrat Mohani, Maya Memsaab, Tell Me Oh Khuda, Faasle, Listen… Amaya And Club 60.Farooq Sheikh 70th birthday google doodle interesting-facts

In 2002, in a meeting with the Times of India Shaikh stated, “I have never been industrially suitable: People remember me, grin and wave at me — yet I have never gotten propositions to be engaged composed in blood. In his prime in the 80s, when Rajesh Khanna drove down a road, the activity halted — I wouldn’t fret not getting this sort of praise. In any case, I do miss not having possessed the capacity to order the sort of work I needed which Khanna could simply do. I miss not being 100 for each penny financially practical like him.”


Filmography

Title

Sangini (unreleased; made by Applause Entertainment)

Role

Co-starring Radhika Shah, Sunil Sinha, Sulbha Arya & Kitu Gidwani

Children of War (2014)Museed
Youngistaan (2014)Akbar Uncle
Club 60 (2013)Dr. Tarique
Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani (2013)Thapar
Shanghai (2012)Kaul
Listen… Amaya (2013)Jayant
Tell Me O Khuda (2011)Ravi Kapoor
Accident on Hill Road (2009)Prakash Shrivastava
Lahore (2009)S K Rao
Saas Bahu Aur Sensex (2008)Firoze Sethna
Lépidoptère, Le (1998)Le collègue du jongleur
Mohabbat (1997)
Ab Insaf Hoga (1995)
Maya Memsaab (1992)Dr. Charu Das
Waafa (1990)
Jaan-E-Wafa (1990)
Mera Damad (1995)
Toofan (1989)Gopal Sharma
Doosra Kanoon (1989)Diwan Sardarilal
Biwi Ho To Aisi (1988)Suraj Bhandari
Gharwali Baharwali (1988)Sunil Khanna
Peechha Karo (1986)Vijay
Rajlakshmi (1987)
Mahananda (1987)
Khel Mohabbat Ka (1986)Amit Verma
Anjuman (1986)Sajid
Ek Pal (1986)Jeet Barua
Faasle (1985)Sanjay
Salma (1985)
Lorie (1984)Bhupinder Singh
Ab Ayega Mazaa (1984)Vijay
Yahan Wahan (1984)
Lakhon Ki Baat (1984)Alok Prakash
Rang Birangi (1983)Prof. Jeet Saxena
Ek Baar Chale Aao (1983)
Katha (1983)Bashudev
Kissi Se Na Kehna (1983)Ramesh
Aparoopa/Apeksha (1982)Rana
Bazaar (1982)Sarju
Saath Saath (1982)Avinash
Chashme Buddoor (1981)Siddharth Parashar
Umrao Jaan (1981)Nawab Sultan
Noorie (1979)Yusuf Fakir Mohammed
Gaman (1978)Ghulam Hussain
Gher Gher Matina Chula (1977)Ajay
Shatranj Ke Khilari (1977)Aqueel
Mere Saath Chal (1974)Amit
Garam Hawa (1973)Sikandar Mirza



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