Akshaye Khanna (Born 28 March 1975) is an Indian film performing artist. He made his acting introduction in the year 1997 with Himalay Putra which was delivered by his dad Vinod Khanna. From that point forward he has been included in a few basically and economically acclaimed movies. Akshaye has been a beneficiary of Filmfare Awards twice. His most prominent movies incorporate Border (1997), Taal (1999), Dil Chahta Hai (2001), Hulchul (2004), Race (2008) among others. He was widely praised for his execution in Dil Chahta Hai (2001), Humraaz (2002) and Gandhi, My Father (2007).
Akshaye Khanna had a four year long hole from his acting vocation (after Gali Chor Hai). He has returned in 2016 as a hostile character in the film Dishoom. He has done his schooling from Bombay International and later from Lovedale School in Ooty. He received graduation from HR College, Mumbai. Later, he got trained in acting at Kishore Namit Kapoor Acting Institute in Mumbai. He is interested in sports and is the member of Willingdon Sports Club.
Name : Akshay Khanna
Birth place : Mumbai, Maharashtra
Date of Birth : 28 March 1975
Age : 41 years
Height : 5’6″
Education : Graduation from HR College
Occupation : Actor and Member of Willingdon Sports Club
Father : Vinod Khanna
Mother : Geetanjali Khanna
Borther : Rahul Khanna
Half-Borther : Shakshi Khanna
Half-Sister : Shraddha Khanna
Akshay Khanna is the son of Bollywood actor and politician Vinod Khanna and Geetanjali Khanna. His younger brother Rahul Khanna, is also an actor. He has one half-brother Shakshi Khanna and one half-sister Shraddha Khanna.
Bollywood actor Akshay Khanna is not interested in getting married. He said, “I’m not getting married, I don’t plan to. I’m not cut out for it. My ‘aloneness’ is extremely valuable to me. I know I’m an oddball given that today 90 per cent of all human beings are extremely social, and I, for one, am a part of a profession which is not perceived to be for introverts, but I enjoy my personal space.”
Akshay Khanna has started his film career with Himalay Putra film. His next release was Border, earned him the Filmfare Best Debut Award and a nomination for Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor in 1998. After that a string of unsuccessful films followed such as Mohabbat (1997),Love You Hamesha (1999) and Dahek: A Burning Passion (1999).
Later for his film Aa Ab Laut Chalen, he has earned much fame. Subhash Ghai’s Taal opposite Aishwarya Rai became a critical and commercial success. In 2001, Khanna appeared in classic film Dil Chahta Hai which turned out to be a turning point in his career. He was last seen in 2012 film “Gali Gali Chor Hai”.
1999 Aa Ab Laut Chalen
2006 36 China Town
2007 Gandhi, My Father
2012 Gali Gali Chor Hai