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Akshaye Khanna

Akshaye Khanna

Akshaye Khanna is an Indian actor who primarily works in Hindi films. Born to actor Vinod Khanna, Khanna is a recipient of numerous accolades including two Filmfare Awards. He made his acting debut in 1997 with the film Himalay Putra. His next release, J. P. Dutta's war drama Border (1997) emerged as a critical and commercial success, earning him the Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut. Khanna had further commercial successes in the romantic drama Taal (1999), the comedy drama Dil Chahta Hai (2001) which won him the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor, the romantic thriller Humraaz (2002), the comedies Hungama (2003) and Hulchul (2004), the murder mystery 36 China Town (2006), the action thriller Race (2008), and the heist comedy Tees Maar Khan (2010). He drew critical praise for his performances in the psychological thriller Deewangee (2002), the biographical drama Gandhi, My Father (2007) and the action thriller Aakrosh (2010). Following a four-year hiatus in 2012, Khanna took on supporting roles in the action-comedy film Dishoom (2016) and as an investigative cop in two 2017 thrillers, Mom and Ittefaq. Khanna received renewed acclaim for portraying a defence lawyer in the legal drama Section 375 (2019) and a cop in the crime thriller Drishyam 2 (2022), which emerged as his highest-grossing release.
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