34 Facts About Aditya Pancholi


Aditya Pancholi was born on 12 September 1965 and is an Indian actor, producer and playback singer working in Hindi cinema.


Aditya Pancholi was signed for a few television video films produced by Hiba, which was owned by Stardust magazine owner Nari Hira.


In 1987, Pancholi gave performances in two television movies: Abhishek and Khatarnaak Irade.


In Khatarnaak Irade, Aditya Pancholi played the role of a womanising lifeguard who got himself into trouble while falling in love with a married woman played by Anju Mahendru.


Aditya Pancholi had his first prominent Bollywood role with a supporting role in Feroz Khan's Dayavan, opposite Vinod Khanna and Madhuri Dixit.


Aditya Pancholi appeared in Dharamyudh with Sunil Dutt, Suresh Oberoi and Shatrughan Sinha.


In 1989, Aditya Pancholi starred in the romance Mohabat Ka Paigham, opposite Meenakshi Sheshadri.


Aditya Pancholi had a major role in Mukul S Anand's multi-starrer action film Maha Sangram, which featured an ensemble cast of Vinod Khanna, Govinda and Madhuri Dixit.


Aditya Pancholi sang a few lines in the song "Dhak Dhak Dhak" with Alisha Chinai.


Aditya Pancholi next starred in the comedy film Baap Numbri Beta Dus Numbri, which became one of the highest-grossing films of the year.


Aditya Pancholi next starred opposite upcoming actress Madhuri Dixit in Sailaab.


Aditya Pancholi paired with Jeetendra to play one of the title roles in Shiv Ram.


Aditya Pancholi started 1992 with the romance film Yaad Rakhegi Duniya, opposite debutant Rukhsar Rehman.


Aditya Pancholi portrayed a terminally ill man who falls in love with a girl, who herself suffers from a terminal illness.


Aditya Pancholi portrays an army officer and is paired with Ekta Sohini.


Aditya Pancholi turned producer for the first time in the 1993 romance action film Chor Aur Chaand and acted in the lead role opposite Pooja Bhatt.


Aditya Pancholi began 1995 with the lead role in the action film Surakshaa, in which he was paired with Sheeba with an ensemble cast of Sunil Shetty, Saif Ali Khan, Divya Dutta and Monica Bedi.


Aditya Pancholi reunited with Shetty and Khan for another multi-starrer lead role in the 1996 action film Ek Tha Raja, with Neelam, Pratibha Sinha and Indrani Banerjee.


Later that year, Pancholi collaborated with South Indian director T Rama Rao in Jung, portraying a double-role opposite Mithun Chakraborty, Ajay Devgan, Rambha and Sujata Mehta.


Aditya Pancholi played an innocent train driver who is wrongly punished for a murder that was committed by a look-alike gangster, which was a box office success.


Aditya Pancholi switched to antagonistic and supporting roles as 1997 approached, starting with Aziz Mirza's romantic comedy Yes Boss, opposite Shah Rukh Khan and Juhi Chawla.


Aditya Pancholi earned a nomination for the Filmfare Award for Best Performance in a Negative Role.


Aditya Pancholi paired with Sanjay Dutt and Manisha Koirala to play the antagonist in Baaghi.


In 2002, Aditya Pancholi had his next major release with a supporting role in Vipul Amrutlal Shah's heist thriller Aankhen, which featured an ensemble cast of Amitabh Bachchan, Akshay Kumar, Arjun Rampal, Sushmita Sen and Paresh Rawal.


Aditya Pancholi collaborated with Sanjay Gupta for the fifth time in the 2004 action thriller Musafir, playing the main antagonist opposite Anil Kapoor, Sameera Reddy, Mahesh Manjrekar, Koena Mitra, Shakti Kapoor and Sanjay Dutt.


The movie received negative reviews, but Aditya Pancholi received positive reviews for his performance, with Taran Adarsh labelling his performance "first-rate".


Aditya Pancholi had a comeback as the antagonist in Chandan Arora's low-budget action film Striker.


Aditya Pancholi restricted himself to antagonist and character roles, with films such as Rush, Hridayanath, Mumbai Mirror, Race 2, Jai Ho, Dishkiyaoon, Hero and Bajirao Mastani.


Aditya Pancholi has appealed against the judgment in a higher court.


Aditya Pancholi repeated these claims in an interview to Aap ki Adalat on India TV and cited an incident of assault which had occurred in public.


Eyewitnesses to the incident say that Aditya Pancholi stopped the rickshaw in which Ranaut was travelling, compelled her to get out of the vehicle and slapped her face.


Aditya Pancholi stated in his defence that the accusations was false and as despicable as her entire relationship with him.


Aditya Pancholi said that in fact, Ranaut had exploited him both financially and emotionally in a calculated manner and used his influence to secure a foothold for herself as an actress.


Aditya Pancholi had earlier been accused of raping his ex-girlfriend Pooja Bedi's 15-year-old maid during the time when he and Pooja were dating - he was later found guilty.