Pavan Malhotra Age, Wife, Family, Networth, Biography & More

Pavan Malhotra Age, Wife, Family, Networth, Biography & More


Real name Pavan Raj Malhotra
Profession Actor
Physical Stats or More
Height – 175 centimeters
– 1.75 meters
– 5’ 9” feet & inches
Eye Colour Brownish
Hair Colour Like Salt or Pepper
Debut Gandhi (1982) (wardrobe assistant) in a film

Actor in a movie: Mukti in Ab Ayega Mazaa (1984, Hindi)
Actor in film: Aithe (2003) in Telugu, playing Irfan Khan

TV (helper): DD National’s Yeh Jo Hai Zindagi (1984)
TV (actor): Hari in Nukkad (1986) on DD National

Honors, Awards, and Accomplishments • The 1998 National Award for the Hindi film “Fakir”
• The 2003 Nandi Special Jury Award went to the Telugu film “Aithe.”
• The Telugu movie “Aithe” won the 2003 Filmfare Best Villain Award
• The short film “Children of War” won Best Supporting Actor at the 5th Dadasaheb Phalke Film Festival in 2015.
• In 2016, the Punjabi film “Eh Janam Tumhare Lekhe” won the PTC Award.
• Best Actor in a Web Series at the IWMBuzz Digital Awards for the web series “Tabbar” in 2022; • Best Actor in Drama Series at the Filmfare OTT Awards 2022.
Personal Life
Date of Birth July 2, 1958, Wednesday
Age (as of 2024) 65 Years
Birthplace Tis Hazari, Nawabganj, and New Delhi
Zodiac sign None
Nationality He is an Indian

Hometown New Delhi
School New Delhi’s Manav Sthali School
College/University Delhi University’s Hansraj College
Educational Qualification Bachelor of Arts from Delhi University’s Hans Raj College
Religion He is a Hinduism Follower
Caste Khatri
Relationships and More
Marital Status Married
Wife/Spouse Aparnaa Malhotra (She was a Writer)

Parents Dad: Trilok Raj Malhotra, a businessman who passed away

Mother– His mother Asha Rani Malhotra
Siblings He had two older sisters, one of whom passed away, and three older brothers.
Actor Bachchan Amitabh, Ranbir Kapoor
Actress Priyanka Chopra, Deepika Padukone and Alia Bhatt



Some Un-Known Facts About Pavan Malhotra

  • Pavan Malhotra is a well-known Indian actor for his roles in Telugu, Punjabi, and Hindi movies. He has also contributed to some television shows in Hindi.
  • Although his parents moved to Delhi following the partition, his ancestors are still from Lahore.
  • As a theater artist, he began his career in the entertainment industry. Soon after he finished school, he joined the theater company Ruchika. Son of well-known Indian theater director Ebrahim Alkazi, Feisal Alkazi was also connected to the theatrical company.
  • Malhotra received a daily salary of Rs 350 for his first play, Tughlak.
  • The audience gave him a lot of appreciation for his portrayal of an elderly man in the Hindi play “Father.”
  • He said in an interview that he stopped doing theater after graduating from college because his father wanted him to carry on the family business.
  • In addition to performing in plays, he has made a living by working odd jobs like feeding cows in a cowshed and selling bread.
  • He assisted with the production of the movies “Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro” (1983), “Mohan Joshi Hazir Ho!” (1984), and “Khamosh” (1985) before turning into an actor.
    The movie poster for “Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro”
  • When Pavan Malhotra portrayed Hari in his first television series, “Nukkad,” in 1986, the public took notice.
    Pavan Malhotra following his rise to fame
  • He starred in the Indian Bengali film “Bagh Bahadur” (1989), which was based on a short story by Bengali author Prafulla Roy, following his acting debut in the Hindi film “Ab Ayega Mazaa” (1984). In the movie, he portrayed the lead character, Ghunuram.
    Pavan Malhotra in “Bagh Bahadur” movie
  • He made an appearance as Salim in the Hindi film “Salim Langde Pe Mat Ro” in 1989.
    Salim Langde Pavan Malhotra of Pe Mat Ro (on the left)
  • He co-starred with Shah Rukh Khan in the TV show “Circus” that same year. DD National served as the broadcast channel for the television series.
  • He performed in the 1991 Doordarshan Prasar Bharti Hindi TV series “Goongi Tareekh.”
    A still from the television series “Goongi Tareekh” featuring Pavan Malhotra (left)
  • He made an appearance in the English-language movie “City of Joy” in 1992, where he played Ashish.
  • In the 1995 English-language movie “Brothers in Trouble,” he costarred with Om Puri. In the movie, he played the character of Amir.
    A still from the movie “Brothers in Trouble” featuring Pavan Malhotra
  • He played Sharafat Ali in the Hindi film “Pardes,” which starred Shah Rukh Khan, in 1997.
    Pavan Malhotra in the movie “Pardes” on the right
  • Following his screen debut in the Telugu film industry in the 2003 film “Aithe,” he played a professional killer in the film “Aithe Enti.”
  • Pavan Malhotra also directed the Telugu movies “Amma Cheppindi” (2006), “Andhrudu” (2005), and “Anukokunda Oka Roju” (2005).
  • The terrorist and gangster Tiger Memon was played by Pavan Malhotra in the 2004 Hindi film Black Friday.
    In a still from the movie “Black Friday,” Pavan Malhotra
  • He portrayed Prem Singh Dhillon in the 2007 blockbuster Bollywood film “Jab We Met.”
  • He played the character of Shyam in the 2011 Hindi TV series “Ek Nayi Chhoti Si Zindagi.” Zee TV was the channel that broadcast the TV show.
    A still from the television series “Ek Nayi Chhoti Si Zindagi” featuring Pavan Malhotra
  • “Intezaar” (1989), “Yarana” (1996), “9 Malabar Hill” (1997), “Khamoshiyaan… Kab Tak” (2001), “Karishma – The Miracles of Destiny” (2004), and “Laagi Tujhse Lagan” (2009) are a few of his other TV shows. “Khidki” (2016) as well.
  • 2014 saw him in the Punjabi film “Punjab 1984” as Deep Singh Rana.
  • The actor played the part of writer and environmentalist Bhagat Puran Singh in the 2015 Punjabi film “Eh Janam Tumhare Lekhe.”
    A still from the movie “Eh Janam Tumhare Lekhe” featuring Pavan Malhotra
  • In the multilingual motion picture “72 Hoorain,” he portrayed the character of Militant Hakim Ali. The movie debuted in 2019 at the 50th International Film Festival of India. The movie opened in theaters on July 7, 2023.
  • Before its theatrical debut, the movie received backlash for violating religious principles and causing division within the community. In response, Pavan Malhotra defended the movie, claiming that “72 Hoorain” was being compared to movies such as “The Kerala Story” (2023) and “The Kashmir Files” (2022). He mentioned that the movie had already won a national award and been screened at several film festivals. In addition, he defended the movie “The Kashmir Files,” saying that nothing offensive was depicted in it.[3]
    The movie poster for “72 Hoorain”
  • In the Punjabi film “Fouja,” he portrayed the title character (2023). The movie was also made available in Hindi and Haryanvi.
  • “Zorawar” (2016), “Super Singh” (2017), “Jhalle” (2019), and “Ik Sandhu Hunda Si” (2020) are a few of his other Punjabi films.
  • The audience and critics praised his portrayal of Omkar Singh in the Hindi web series “Tabbar” (2021) greatly. SonyLIV, an OTT platform, offered the series for streaming.
    A still from the web series “Tabbar” featuring Pavan Malhotra (left)
  • More web series in which Pavan Malhotra has acted include “Grahan” (2021) on Disney+ Hotstar and “Shiksha Mandal” (2022) on MX Player.
  • He made an appearance in the 2023 Bollywood movie “Mission Raniganj,” which starred Akshay Kumar.
  • “Fakir” (1998), “Don” (2006), “Delhi-6” (2009), “Road to Sangam” (2010), “Bhaag Milkha Bhaag” (2013), “Children of War” (2014), “Flight” (2021), and “OMG 2” (2023) are a few of his other well-known Hindi films.
    A still from the movie “Road to Sangam” featuring Pavan Malhotra (on the right) and Om Puri
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