Akshay Kumar filmography

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Akshay Kumar in 2009

Akshay Kumar is an Indian film actor and producer who made his debut with a minor role in the 1987 Mahesh Bhatt directed Indian film Aaj.[1][2] He appeared as the lead actor in Saugandh (1991) before making his breakthrough with the suspense thriller Khiladi (1992), the first film of the Khiladi series.[3][4] In the same year, he appeared in the Pramod Chakravorty-produced film Deedar. In 1994, Kumar earned his first nomination for Best Actor at the Filmfare Awards for his performance in the Yash Chopra-produced romance Yeh Dillagi and starred in Mohra.[5] The following year he appeared in Sabse Bada Khiladi. Kumar played a supporting role in the Chopra-directed romance Dil To Pagal Hai (1997), for which he received a nomination for the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor.[5] However, several other of his releases in the 1990s, including Lahu Ke Do Rang, Insaaf, Daava, Tarazu, Angaaray, Barood and Zulmi performed poorly at the box office leading to a setback in his film career.[6][7][8][9][10]

Kumar's performance in the Suneel Darshan-directed crime drama Jaanwar (1999) received critical acclaim and marked his comeback.[6][11] In 2000, he starred in the Priyadarshan-directed comedy Hera Pheri and the Dharmesh Darshan-directed romantic drama Dhadkan. The following year Kumar played a negative role in Ajnabee, which won him the Filmfare Award for Best Performance in a Negative Role.[2][12] In 2004, he starred in the Abbas-Mustan-directed romantic thriller Aitraaz and the David Dhawan-directed romantic comedy Mujhse Shaadi Karogi. His performance in the latter earned him his third nomination for supporting actor at the Filmfare Awards as well as a nomination for best comic role.[13] That year, he presented the television series Seven Deadly Arts with Akshay Kumar[14] and received a nomination for the Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award for his role in the action thriller Khakee. His role in the comedy Garam Masala earned him the Filmfare Award for Best Performance in a Comic Role in 2006.[2][12] In 2007, Kumar starred in four consecutive commercially successful films; the romantic comedy Welcome, the psychological thriller Bhool Bhulaiyaa and the comedies Heyy Babyy and Namastey London.[15]

Kumar earned a nomination for the Filmfare Best Actor Award for his performance in the comic drama Singh Is Kinng (2008). In the same year, he founded the Hari Om Entertainment production company,[16] and hosted the first season of the reality game show Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi. The following year Kumar was awarded the Padma Shri, India's fourth highest civilian award, for his services to the Indian film industry.[17][18] Kumar hosted the first season of MasterChef India in 2010. The following year he founded another production company, Grazing Goat Pictures,[19] and produced the Indo-Canadian hockey-based film Breakaway, which became the highest grossing cross-cultural film at the Canadian box office.[20] In the same year, Kumar voiced Optimus Prime in the Hindi dub of Transformers: Dark of the Moon[21] and appeared in the comedies Housefull 2 and Rowdy Rathore. The latter two films grossed over 100 crore (US$16 million) at the box office.[22] He received another Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award nomination for his portrayal of Lord Krishna in the Umesh Shukla-directed satirical comedy drama OMG – Oh My God! (2012).[23] The following year he starred in the heist thriller Special 26 and the crime drama Once Upon ay Time in Mumbai Dobaara!. In 2014, he starred in the action thriller Holiday: A Soldier Is Never Off Duty, which became his third film to gross over 100 crore (US$16 million) at the box office,[24] and hosted the reality show Dare 2 Dance. Kumar followed this by playing an Indian security agent in the espionage film Baby.[25] In 2016, Kumar received critical acclaim for his performances in Airlift and Rustom. He also received the National Film Award for Best Actor for his performance in Rustom. Also in 2015, 2016, 2017 all off his movies grossed more than 150 crores domestically.

Films

Feature films

A photograph of Kumar from the set of Heyy Babyy in February 2007 big fan
Kumar on the set of Heyy Babyy, February 2007
A photograph of Kumar attending press conference for Once Upon ay Time in Mumbai Dobaara! in October 2013
Kumar attending a press conference for Once Upon ay Time in Mumbai Dobaara!, October 2013
A photograph of Kumar attending the premiere of his film Entertainment in August 2014
Kumar during the premiere of his film Entertainment in New Delhi, August 2014
Title Year Role Director(s) Notes Ref(s)
Saugandh 1991 Shiva Raj Sippy
Akash Mehra
Nadir Irani
[26]
Dancer 1991 Raju Kishore Vyas [27]
Khiladi 1992 Raj Malhotra Abbas Burmawalla [28]
Mr. Bond 1992 Mr. Bond Raj Sippy [29]
Deedar 1992 Anand Malhotra Pramod Chakravorty [30]
Ashaant 1993 Vijay Keshu Ramsay Released in Kannada as Vishnu Vijaya [31]
[32]
Dil Ki Baazi 1993 Vijay Anil Ganguly [33]
Kayda Kanoon 1993 Daud Pradeep Mani [34]
Waqt Hamara Hai 1993 Vikas Sabkuchwala Bharat Rangachary [35]
Sainik 1993 Suraj Dutt Sikander Bharti [36]
Elaan 1994 Vishal Chaudhry Guddu Dhanoa [37]
Yeh Dillagi 1994 Vijay Saigal Naresh Malhotra [38]
Jai Kishen 1994 Jai / Kishen Sunil Agnihotri [9]
[39]
Mohra 1994 Amar Saxena Rajiv Rai [40]
Main Khiladi Tu Anari 1994 Karan Joglekar Sameer Malkan [41]
[42]
Ikke Pe Ikka 1994 Rajiv Raj Sippy [43]
Amaanat 1994 Amar Raj Sippy [44]
Suhaag 1994 Raj Kuku Kohli [45]
Nazar Ke Samne 1994 Jai Kumar Jagdish Sharma [46]
Zakhmi Dil 1994 Jaidev Anand Raju Subramanyam [47]
Zaalim 1994 Ravi Sikander Bharti [48]
Hum Hain Bemisaal 1994 Vijay Sinha Deepak Bahry [49]
Paandav 1995 Vijay Raj Sippy [50]
Maidan-E-Jung 1995 Karan K.C. Bokadia [51]
Sabse Bada Khiladi 1995 Vijay Kumar / Lallu Umesh Mehra [52]
Tu Chor Main Sipahi 1996 Amar Verma Guddu Dhanoa [53]
Khiladiyon Ka Khiladi 1996 Akshay Malhotra Umesh Mehra [54]
Sapoot 1996 Prem Jagdish Sharma [55]
Lahoo Ke Do Rang 1997 Sikandar Davai Mehul Kumar [56]
Insaaf: The Final Justice 1997 Vikram Dayal Nihalani [57]
Daava 1997 Arjun Sunil Agnihotri [58]
Tarazu 1997 Ram Yadav Vimal Kumar [59]
Mr. and Mrs. Khiladi 1997 Raja David Dhawan [60]
[61]
Aflatoon 1997 Rocky / Raja Guddu Dhanoa [62]
[63]
Keemat – They Are Back 1998 Dev Sameer Malkan [64]
[65]
Angaaray 1998 Amar Mahesh Bhatt [66]
Barood 1998 Jai Sharma Pramod Chakravorty [67]
Sangharsh 1999 Aman Verma Tanuja Chandra [68]
Aarzoo 1999 Vijay Khanna Lawrence D'Souza [69]
International Khiladi 1999 Rahul Umesh Mehra [70]
Zulmi 1999 Raj Kuku Kohli [71]
Jaanwar 1999 Baadshah / Babu Lohaar Suneel Darshan [72]
Hera Pheri 2000 Raju Priyadarshan [73]
[74]
Dhadkan 2000 Ram Dharmesh Darshan [75]
Khiladi 420 2000 Dev Kumar / Anand Kumar Neeraj Vora [76]
Ek Rishtaa: The Bond of Love 2001 Ajay Kapoor Suneel Darshan [77]
Ajnabee 2001 Vikram Bajaj Abbas Burmawalla
Mustan Burmawalla
[78]
[79]
Haan Maine Bhi Pyaar Kiya 2002 Raj Malhotra Dharmesh Darshan [80]
Aankhen 2002 Vishwas Prajapati Vipul Amrutlal Shah
Shaarang Dev Pandit
[81]
Awara Paagal Deewana 2002 Guru Gulab Khatri Vikram Bhatt [82]
Jaani Dushman: Ek Anokhi Kahani 2002 Atul Rajkumar Kohli [83]
Talaash: The Hunt Begins... 2003 Arjun Suneel Darshan [84]
Andaaz 2003 Raj Malhotra Raj Kanwar [85]
Khakee 2004 Shekhar Verma Rajkumar Santoshi [86]
[87]
Police Force: An Inside Story 2004 Vijay Singh Dileep Shukla [88]
Aan: Men at Work 2004 Hari Om Pattnaik Madhur Bhandarkar [89]
Mujhse Shaadi Karogi 2004 Arun Khanna / Sunny David Dhawan [90]
[86]
[91]
Hatya: The Murder 2004 Ravi Lal Kader Kashmiri [92]
Aitraaz 2004 Raj Malhotra Abbas Burmawalla
Mustan Burmawalla
[93]
Meri Biwi Ka Jawaab Nahin 2004 Ajay S M Iqbal [94]
Ghar Grihasti 2004 Himself Mahesh Tillekar [95]
Ab Tumhare Hawale Watan Saathiyo 2004 Rajeev Singh Anil Sharma [96]
Insan 2005 Amjad K. Subash [97]
Bewafaa 2005 Raja Dharmesh Darshan [98]
Waqt: The Race Against Time 2005 Aditya Thakur Vipul Amrutlal Shah [99]
Garam Masala 2005 Makrand "Mac" Deshpande Priyadarshan [100]
Deewane Huye Paagal 2005 Rocky Hiranandani Vikram Bhatt [101]
Dosti: Friends Forever 2005 Raj Malhotra Suneel Darshan [102]
Family 2006 Shekhar Bhatia Rajkumar Santoshi [103]
Mere Jeevan Saathi 2006 Vicky Suneel Darshan [104]
Humko Deewana Kar Gaye 2006 Aditya Malhotra Raj Kanwar [105]
Phir Hera Pheri 2006 Raju Neeraj Vora [106]
Jaan-E-Mann 2006 Agastya Rao Shirish Kunder [107]
Bhagam Bhag 2006 Bunty Priyadarshan [108]
Namastey London 2007 Arjun Singh Vipul Amrutlal Shah [109]
Heyy Babyy 2007 Ayush Mehra Sajid Khan [110]
Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2007 Aditya Shrivastava Priyadarshan [111]
Welcome 2007 Rajiv Saini Anees Bazmee [112]
Tashan 2008 Bachchan Pandey Vijay Krishna Acharya [113]
Singh Is Kinng 2008 Happy Singh Anees Bazmee [114]
[115]
[116]
Jumbo 2008 Jumbo Kompin Kemgumnird Voice only [117]
[118]
Chandni Chowk to China 2009 Sidhu Sharma Nikhil Advani [119]
8 x 10 Tasveer 2009 Jai Puri / Jeet Puri Nagesh Kukunoor [120]
Kambakkht Ishq 2009 Viraj Shergill Sabbir Khan [121]
Blue 2009 Aarav Malhotra Anthony D'Souza [122]
De Dana Dan 2009 Nitin Bankar Priyadarshan [123]
Hello India 2009 Shabnam Kapoor [124]
Housefull 2010 Aarush Sajid Khan [125]
Khatta Meetha 2010 Sachin Tichkule Priyadarshan [126]
Action Replayy 2010 Kishen Kumar Vipul Amrutlal Shah [127]
Tees Maar Khan 2010 Tabrez Mirza Khan / Tees Maar Khan Farah Khan [128]
Patiala House 2011 Parghat Singh 'Gattu' Kahlon / Kali Nikhil Advani [129]
Thank You 2011 Kishen Anees Bazmee [130]
Desi Boyz 2011 Jignesh Patel / Jerry / Rocco Rohit Dhawan [131]
Housefull 2 2012 Sunny Sajid Khan [132]
Rowdy Rathore 2012 Vikram Rathore / Shiva Prabhudeva [133]
[134]
Joker 2012 Rajkumar / Agastya Shirish Kunder Also producer [135]
[136]
OMG – Oh My God! 2012 Krishna Vasudev Yadav Umesh Shukla Also producer [23]
[137]
Khiladi 786 2012 Bahattar Singh / Tehattar Singh Ashish R Mohan [138]
Bhaji in Problem 2013 Bakshay Kumar Smeep Kang Also producer
Punjabi language film
[139]
Special 26 2013 Ajay Singh Neeraj Pandey [140]
72 Miles – Ek Pravas 2013 Rajiv Patil Producer
Marathi language film
[141]
Once Upon ay Time in Mumbai Dobaara! 2013 Shoaib Khan Milan Luthria [142]
Boss 2013 Suryakant Shastri / Boss Anthony D'Souza [143]
Holiday 2014 Viraat Bakshi AR Murugadoss [144]
[145]
Antar 2014 Gauri Karekar Sarwate Producer
Marathi language film
[146]
[147]
Entertainment 2014 Akhil Lokhande Sajid-Farhad [148]
The Shaukeens 2014 Himself Abhishek Sharma Also producer [149]
Baby 2015 Ajay Neeraj Pandey [150]
Gabbar is Back 2015 Gabbar / Aditya Krish [151]
Brothers 2015 David Fernandes Karan Malhotra [152]
Singh Is Bliing 2015 Raftaar Singh Prabhu Deva [153]
Airlift 2016 Ranjit Katyal Raja Krishna Menon [154]
Housefull 3 2016 Sandy / Sundi Sajid-Farhad [155]
Rustom 2016 Rustom Pavri Tinu Suresh Desai [156]
Jolly LLB 2 2017 Jagadishwar "Jolly" Mishra Kapoor, SubhashSubhash Kapoor [157]
Naam Shabana 2017 Ajay Shivam Nair [158]
Toilet: Ek Prem Katha 2017 Keshav Shree Narayan Singh [159]
PadmanFilms that have not yet been released 2018 Lashmikant Chauhan R. Balki Filming [160]
2.0Films that have not yet been released 2018 Richard Shankar Post-production
Bilingual film (shot in Tamil and Hindi languages)
[161]
[162]
GoldFilms that have not yet been released 2018 TBA Reema Kagti Filming [163]
MogulFilms that have not yet been released 2018 Gulshan Kumar Subhash Kapoor Filming [164]

Special appearance

Title Year Role Director(s) Notes Ref(s)
Aaj 1987 Karate Instructor Mahesh Bhatt 17-second appearance [1]
Dil To Pagal Hai 1997 Ajay Yash Chopra Extended guest appearance [165]
Mitter Pyare Nu Haal Mureedan Da Kehna 2004 Ratan Aulakh Credited as narrator
Punjabi language film
[166]
Om Shanti Om 2007 Himself Farah Khan Special appearance [167]
Jaane Kahan Se Aayi Hai 2010 Himself Milap Zaveri Special appearance [168]
Chalo Dilli 2011 Vikram Rana Shashant Shah Guest appearance [169]
Breakaway 2011 Himself Robert Lieberman Also Producer
Special appearance in song "Shera Di Kaum"
[20]
Bombay Talkies 2013 Himself Anurag Kashyap
Karan Johar
Zoya Akhtar
Dibakar Banerjee
Special appearance in song "Apna Bombay Talkies" [170]
Dil Pardesi Ho Gaya 2013 Thakur Tapasvi Special appearance
Punjabi language film
[171]
Fugly 2014 Himself Kabir Sadanand Special appearance [172]
Hey Bro 2015 Himself Ajay Chandok Special appearance in song "Birju" [173]
Dishoom 2016 Sameer Ghazi Rohit Dhawan Special appearance [174]
Naam Shabana 2017 Ajay Shivam Nair Special appearance [175]

Documentary films

Title Year Credited as Director Notes Ref.
Bollywood im Alpenrausch 2000 Uncredited Christian Frei Swiss film, cameo appearance [176]
White Knight 2012 Producer Aarti Shrivastava [177]

Television

Title Year Channel Notes Ref(s)
Seven Deadly Arts with Akshay Kumar 2004 National Geographic Channel Host [14]
Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi 2008–9, 2011 Colors Host for Season 1, 2 and 4 [178]
[179]
MasterChef India 2010–11 Star Plus Host for Season 1
Special appearance in Season 2 Final
[180]
Qubool Hai 2014 Zee TV Viraat Bakshi [181]
Jamai Raja 2014–2017 Zee TV Producer [182]
Dare 2 Dance 2014 Life OK Host [183]
The Great Indian Laughter Challenge 2017 Star Plus Judge [184]

See also

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