Early Life of Javed Jaffrey
Javed Jaffrey was born on 4th December, 1963. He was born and brought up in Mumbai. He schooled at St. Theresas and resided in Bandra.
Career of Javed Jaffrey
Javed Jaffrey is much recognized for his performance in Maggi Tomato Ketchup advertisement aired in 1990s. The film "Meri Jung", released in the year 1985, gave him his first opportunity to enact the role of a villain and showcase his dancing powers on screen. He portrayed another negative role in the movie "Boom". In the film "Bombay Boys", he had performed in the song called "Mumbhai", which was written and choreographed by him. This made him to stand first among the young dancers. In "Salaam Namste" he has shown his audience his mettle as a serious actor. In "Dhamaal" he played the character of a dumb guy whose silly acts delighted the audience. He was highly appreciated for his character as Charlie Anna in the animated film "Roadside Romeo".
Apart from movie Jaffrey also hosts the popular dance show "Boogie Woogie" on Sony TV Channel along with brother Naved Jaffrey and friend Ravi Behl. He also dubs the contemporary commentary that has been used in the famous Japanese show "Takeshis Castle" on Pogo TV.
Award of Javed Jaffrey
Javed Jaffrey won his first IIFA Award for best comic role in "Salaam Namaste" in the year 2006.
Personal Life of Javed Jaffrey
Javed Jaffrey is first married to Zeba Bakhtiar, who is a Pakistani film and television actress. Later they got divorced and he soon married Habiba Jaffrey. The couple has 3 children named Alaviaa Jaffrey, Abbas Jaffrey, Mizaan Jaffrey. Javed entered into politics in 2014 Lok Sabha Elections from Lucknow on the ticket of Aam Aadmi Party which he lost to BJPs national president Rajnath Singh. He had finished 5th in the constituency.
Filmography of Javed Jaffrey
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