Articles about Aadil Khan
Aadil Khan is a Norwegian actor and dancer born on February 3, 1983. He is of mixed Pashtun and Punjabi descent. Khan's acting debut came in 2006 at Oslo Nye Theater as Bernardo in the musical ‘West Side Story’. In 2009 he was invited to sing Michael Jackson's song ‘Man in the Mirror’ for Auma Obama, the sister of President Barack Obama. He rose to prominence after winning the ‘Dansefeber’, a Norwegian version of ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ hosted by TVNorge in 2006. He is also credited for serving as a judge on ‘Norske Talenter’ Series 4 during 2011 and Series 5 (2012). Khan received critical appreciation for his acting performance in ‘The Jungle Book’ play as Mowgli, which earned him a nomination for Hedda Award in the Best Male Actor category. He was the youngest actor in Norway to ever be nominated for the award. His elder sister is the film director and human rights activist Deeyah Khan.
18 Mar 2021Entertainment
Newcomer Aadil Khan, who was appreciated for his performance in Shikara, has now bagged a prestigious project.
09 Feb 2020Entertainment
The first Friday of February marked the release of two major Bollywood films, i.e., Aditya Roy Kapur and Disha Patani-starrer Malang and Vidhu Vinod Chopra's directorial comeback movie Shikara.
07 Feb 2020Entertainment
In one particular scene of Shikara, a Kashmiri militant tells his best friend, a Kashmiri Pandit, "Mai apne abba ko nahi bacha paya, tu apne abba ko bacha le, India chala ja."
05 Feb 2020Entertainment
Filmmaker Vidhu Vinod Chopra on Tuesday reacted to a petition filed against his upcoming film Shikara.
27 Jan 2020Entertainment
The makers of Shikara have dropped the second trailer.
07 Jan 2020Entertainment
Almost three decades back, India witnessed one of the biggest mass human exoduses in its independent history - the 1989-1990 forced exodus of Kashmir Pandits.