List of roles and awards of Arshad Warsi

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Warsi at the STAR Parivaar Awards, 2010

Indian actor Arshad Warsi started his career as an assistant director to Mahesh Bhatt in Kaash (1987).[1] Warsi choreographed the title song of Roop Ki Rani Choron Ka Raja (1993), before making his acting debut in the Amitabh Bachchan-produced Tere Mere Sapne (1996).[2] It was followed by Betaabi (1997), Hero Hindustani (1998), Hogi Pyaar Ki Jeet and Trishakti (both 1999), among others, but most of these films failed to do well at the box office.[3][4] In 2003, he had his breakthrough by playing the comic sidekick Circuit in Rajkumar Hirani's comedy-drama Munna Bhai M.B.B.S.[5] His performance garnered him the Zee Cine Award for Best Actor in a Comic Role and received nominations for the Filmfare, IIFA, Screen and Apsara Film Producers Guild Award for Best Supporting Actor. Warsi won the GIFA Best Comedian Award for his role in the comedy Hulchul (2004), and garnered critical acclaim for portraying a police officer in the crime drama Sehar (2005).[6] He received his second Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor nomination for his role in the romantic comedy Salaam Namaste (2005).

In 2006, Warsi starred in the Rohit Shetty-directed comedy Golmaal: Fun Unlimited, and reprised his role of Circuit in the sequel Lage Raho Munna Bhai. His performance in the latter won him the Filmfare Award for Best Performance in a Comic Role, among other awards. That same year, he played lead roles in the mystery Anthony Kaun Hai? and the counter-terrorism drama Kabul Express. Warsi also hosted the first season of the reality television show Bigg Boss for which he earned the Indian Television Academy Award for Best Anchor – Game/Quiz Show. In 2007, he played a footballer in the sports film Dhan Dhana Dhan Goal. The following year, he reteamed with Shetty for Golmaal Returns (2008), and played an intermittent explosive disorder patient in the comedy Krazzy 4 (2008). He won the Screen Award for Best Supporting Actor and received several nominations for playing a con man in the black comedy Ishqiya (2010). Also in 2010, Warsi co-produced and starred in the supernatural comedy-drama Hum Tum Aur Ghost, which performed poorly at the box office.[7] Golmaal 3, the year's second-highest grossing Hindi film also featured him in a primary role.[8] His first negative role came in 2013 with the action thriller Zila Ghaziabad, a critical and commercial failure.[9][10][11] Warsi's portrayal of a lawyer in the comedy-drama Jolly LLB (2013), directed by Subhash Kapoor, garnered him several awards, including the IIFA Award for Best Performance in a Comic Role. His portrayal of a thief in Dedh Ishqiya (2014) attracted critical praise.[12]

Feature films

Title Year Role Notes Ref(s)
Kaash 1987 Assistant director [1]
Thikana 1987 Assistant director [1]
Aag Se Khelenge 1989 Dancer in song [13]
Roop Ki Rani Choron Ka Raja 1993 Choreographer of "Roop Ki Rani Choron Ka Raja" [14]
Tere Mere Sapne 1996 Balu [15]
Betaabi 1997 Vicky/Chetan[a] [16]
Mere Do Anmol Ratan 1998 Narinder (Naren) [17]
Hero Hindustani 1998 Romi Credited as Arshad Warsi Khan [18]
Hogi Pyaar Ki Jeet 1999 Kishan [19]
Trishakti 1999 Sagar Malhotra [20]
Ghaath 2000 Diwakar Special appearance [21][22]
Mujhe Meri Biwi Se Bachaao 2001 Rocky [23]
Jaani Dushman: Ek Anokhi Kahani 2002 Abdul [24]
Waisa Bhi Hota Hai Part II 2003 Puneet Syal [25]
Munna Bhai M.B.B.S. 2003 Circuit [26]
Hulchul 2004 Lucky [26]
Kuchh Meetha Ho Jaye 2005 Manager S.R. Khan [27]
Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya? 2005 Vicky [28]
Sehar 2005 SSP Ajay Kumar [29]
Salaam Namaste 2005 Ranjan Mathur [30]
Chocolate 2005 Tubby [31]
Vaah! Life Ho Toh Aisi! 2005 Fakira B.P.C.M. Special appearance [32]
Golmaal: Fun Unlimited 2006 Madhav [33]
Anthony Kaun Hai? 2006 Champak 'Champ' Chaudhari [34]
Lage Raho Munna Bhai 2006 Circuit [35]
Kabul Express 2006 Jai Kapoor [36]
Dhamaal 2007 Aditya 'Adi' Shrivastava [37]
Dhan Dhana Dhan Goal 2007 Shaan [38]
Halla Bol 2008 Himself Special appearance [39]
Sunday 2008 Ballu [40]
Krazzy 4 2008 Raja [41]
Mr. Black Mr. White 2008 Kishen [42]
Golmaal Returns 2008 ACP Madhav [43]
Kisse Pyaar Karoon 2009 Siddharth [44]
Ek Se Bure Do 2009 Toti [45]
Shortkut 2009 Raju [46]
Ishqiya 2010 Babban [47]
Hum Tum Aur Ghost 2010 Armaan Suri Also credited for production, story, screenplay, and dialogues [48][49]
Golmaal 3 2010 Madhav [50]
F.A.L.T.U 2011 Google [51]
Double Dhamaal 2011 Adi [52]
Love Breakups Zindagi 2011 Special appearance [53]
Jeetenge Hum 2011 Unknown [54]
Ajab Gazabb Love 2012 Businessman Special appearance [55]
Zila Ghaziabad 2013 Mahender Fauji Bainsla Gujjar [56]
Jolly LLB 2013 Jagdish Tyagi (Jolly) [57]
Rabba Main Kya Karoon 2013 Shravan [58]
Mr Joe B. Carvalho 2014 Joe B. Carvalho [59]
Dedh Ishqiya 2014 Babban [60]
Welcome 2 Karachi 2015 Shammi [61]
Guddu Rangeela 2015 Rangeela [62]
The Legend of Michael Mishra 2016 Michael Mishra [63]
Irada 2017 Arjun Mishra [64]
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales 2017 Captain Jack Sparrow Dubbing [65]
Golmaal Again 2017 Madhav
Fraud Saiyyan 2017 TBA Filming [66]
Bhaiyyaji Superhitt 2017 TBA Filming [67]

Television

Title Year Credited as Channel Notes Ref.
Razzmatazz 2001 Host Zee TV [68]
Karishma – The Miracles of Destiny 2003 Pakiya Sahara One [69]
Sabse Favourite Kaun 2004 Host STAR Gold [70]
Bigg Boss 2006 Host Sony Entertainment First season [71]
Zara Nachke Dikha 2010 Judge Star Plus Second season [72]
Ishaan 2010 Unknown Disney Channel Special appearance [73]

Awards and nominations

Award Year Nominated work Result Ref(s)
Zee Cine Award for Best Actor in a Comic Role 2004 Munna Bhai M.B.B.S. Won [74]
Apsara Film Producers Guild Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role 2004 Munna Bhai M.B.B.S. Nominated [75]
IIFA Award for Best Supporting Actor 2004 Munna Bhai M.B.B.S. Nominated [76]
Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor 2004 Munna Bhai M.B.B.S. Nominated [77]
Screen Award for Best Supporting Actor 2004 Munna Bhai M.B.B.S. Nominated [78]
GIFA Best Comedian Award 2005 Hulchul Won [79]
IIFA Award for Best Performance in a Comic Role 2005 Hulchul Nominated [80]
Filmfare Award for Best Performance in a Comic Role 2005 Hulchul Nominated [77]
Screen Award for Best Comedian 2005 Hulchul Nominated [81]
Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor 2006 Salaam Namaste Nominated [77]
GIFA Best Supporting Actor Award 2006 Lage Raho Munna Bhai Nominated [77]
Filmfare Award for Best Performance in a Comic Role 2007 Lage Raho Munna Bhai Won [82]
IIFA Award for Best Supporting Actor 2007 Lage Raho Munna Bhai Won [74]
Zee Cine Award for Best Actor in a Comic Role 2007 Lage Raho Munna Bhai Won [83][84]
Screen Award for Best Supporting Actor 2007 Lage Raho Munna Bhai Won [85]
Indian Television Academy Award for Best Anchor—Game/Quiz Show 2007 Bigg Boss Won [71]
Screen Award for Best Supporting Actor 2011 Ishqiya Won [86]
Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor 2011 Ishqiya Nominated [87]
Stardust Award for Best Actor in a Thriller or Action 2011 Ishqiya Nominated [77]
IIFA Award for Best Supporting Actor 2011 Ishqiya Nominated [88]
BIG Star Entertainment Award for Most Entertaining Actor in a Social–Drama Film (Male) 2013 Jolly LLB Nominated [89]
BIG Star Entertainment Award for Most Entertaining Actor in a Comedy Film (Male) 2013 Jolly LLB Won [90]
IIFA Award for Best Performance in a Comic Role 2014 Jolly LLB Won [91]
Apsara Film Producers Guild Award for Best Performance in a Comic Role 2014 Jolly LLB[b] Won [92]
BIG Star Entertainment Award for Most Entertaining Actor in a Thriller Film (Male) 2014 Dedh Ishqiya Nominated [93]

Notes

  1. ^ Warsi's character in the film had two names.
  2. ^ Tied with Varun Sharma for Fukrey (2013)

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Further reading

External links

  • Arshad Warsi on IMDb
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