Boman Irani BiographyDate of Birth
2 December 1959, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
6' 3" (1.91 m)
He and his wife have two sons, Danesh and Kayur.
He began his acting career at the age of 44.
Boman Irani has led an interesting life to say the least and there’s more to him than meets the eye. He sold potato chips and now he is an established actor.
Basics on Boman Irani
Boman Irani was born on 1st October 1962 in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. He is part of the Parsi community. He is married to Parizad Zoranbia and has two sons called Danesh and Kayur.
He started out selling potato chips. Before long, photography appealed to him and then later it was the call of theater. He has worked with Alyque Padamsee in the play Roshni and in Mahatma Vs Mahatma by Feroz Abbas Khan.
He grew into a familiar face when he started working in ads like CEAT Tyres and Smyle Cough Syrup. He received offers to work in movies in supporting roles and his presence in movies has grown stronger over the years.
Indian film and theatre actor and photographer. Irani began his acting career in theatre and moved to film in 2000 at the age of 44 with a role in Josh. Irani gained attention for his role in the 2003 comedy Munna Bhai M.B.B.S. He later appeared in Lage Raho Munna Bhai for which he received several IIFA award nominations and in 3 Idiots opposite Aamir Khan which earned him a Filmfare Award and a Star Screen Award for Best Actor in a Villainous Role. He is the host of Bollywood Ka Boss.
1 Early life
2.1 Theatre career
2.2 Film career
3 Personal life
7 External links
Irani was born into a Parsi family on December 2, 1959, in Mumbai.
He is a graduate of Mithibai College in Mumbai. After his Polytechnic Diploma Course, he joined the Taj Mahal Palace & Tower and worked there as a waiter & room service staff. Thereafter, he joined his mother to run their ancestral bakery shop between Novelty and Apsara Cinema in South Mumbai.
At the same time he also established an Uncle Chips franchise in Dadar which ran until 1986 before shutting down owing to a loss.
Irani turned to photography in 1987 and continued until 1989. He is a professional photographer.
Acting had always been a passion to Boman even during school and college days. He trained under acting coach Hansraj Siddhia from 1981 to 1983 and adopted professional acting methods. Unlike national theatre, Irani's preferred British theatre and he soon developed different accents.
Irani's mentor was Alyque Padamsee - the veteran theatre actor best known for his role as Mohammad Ali Jinnah in Gandhi. He was introduced to Padamsee by Shiamak Davar. Irani's earliest theatrical appearance was in Roshni where he played a cameo - at the Regional Theatre in Versova. He followed this up with serials like Family Ties and Mahatma vs Gandhi, playing Gandhi after the role was turned down by Darshan Jariwala. His most illustrious play till date has been "I am not Bajirao" which ran for 10 years.
His busy film career has stagnated his theatre career but despite this, Irani continues to perform in whenever possible. He has over 40 plays to his credit—around 15 of them as the lead character.
Irani started out in a number of advertisements like Fanta, Ceat and Krackjack biscuits ('As Mr. Jack of the Krack and Jack duo').
It was with Munna Bhai M.B.B.S. that Irani became really popular. His role as J. Asthana earned him a Filmfare Award nomination for Best Comedian. Since then Irani has essayed many comedic, (Main Hoon Na, Lage Raho Munna Bhai, Dostana, Khosla Ka Ghosla, Waqt: The Race Against Time, No Entry, 3 Idiots), supporting (Veer-Zaara, Maine Gandhi ko Nahin Mara, Lakshya, Honeymoon Travels Pvt. Ltd., Sorry Bhai!, Page 3, My Wife's Murder), and negative roles in (Don - The Chase Begins Again and Eklavya).
Irani also hosted the IIFA Awards together with actor Ritesh Deshmukh in 2008 and 2009, and 2011 in Toronto. He has also been on Kaun Banega Crorepati with Sanjay Dutt.
Irani is a Parsi and follows the religion of Zoroastrianism. He speaks English, Hindi, Gujarati, Bengali and Marathi fluently.
Irani is a member of the Parsee Television Actors Community and is also its Secretary. This community includes others such as Smriti Zubin Irani and Cyrus Broacha.
He is married to Zenobia, with whom he has two sons, Danesh and Kayoze.
Address: 51 L, Paradise, Bhulabhai Desai Road, Mumbai 400 02
Height: 6' 3" (1.91 m)
Debut Film: "Josh"
Film Awards: Filmfare Best Supporting Role For "Munnabhai MBBS"
Boman Irani is a photographer by profession. He started his career as theatre artiste with a cameo in Alyque Padamsee's play "Roshni". Then Boman Irani portrayed Mahatma Gandhi in the Feroz Abbas Khan play "Mahatma vs. Gandhi". This play explored Gandhi's troubled relationship with his eldest son Harilal Gandhi.
Boman made his debut in Bollywood with the film "Josh", but shot into fame as eccentric Dr. J. C. Asthana with the film "Munnabhai M B B S". He has also appeared in the film "Lage Raho Munnabhai" as Lucky Singh. Since then he has done many films playing a variety of character and supporting roles ranging from comic roles in films such as "Main Hoon Na ", "Waqt" and "Khosla Ka Ghosla " as well as serious roles in "Lakshya", "Veer-Zaara" and the English language film "Being Cyrus". His roles have ranged from father, friend, uncle, doctor, corrupt businessman, eccentric murderer and police officer. Boman Irani has also featured in advertisements of Fanta, Krackjack, TATA Indica and many more.
Dhan Dhana Dhan , Heyy Babyy, Honeymoon Travels Pvt. Ltd., Eklavya, Don, Lage Raho Munna Bhai, Yun Hota To Kya Hota, Khosla Ka Ghosla, Shaadi Se Pehle, Being Cyrus, Bluffmaster, Kal, Maine Gandhi Ko Nahin Mara, No Entry, My Wife's Murder, Page 3, Veer-Zaara, Lakshya, Main Hoon Na, Munnabhai M.B.B.S. and Darna Mana Hai.
Boman Irani follows Zoroastrianism and hails from the Gujarati speaking Parsi community of Mumbai, Maharashtra.
Boman Irani is a Bollywood actor. He shot to fame with the highly acclaimed film MUNNABHAI MBBS (2003). He’s known for his versatility through a wide range of supporting roles in several notable films like MAIN HOON NA (2004), VEER ZAARA (2004), PAGE 3 (2005), WAQT – RACE AGAINST TIME (2005), BEING CYRUS (2006), LAGE RAHO MUNNABHAI (2006), KHOSLA KA GHOSLA (2006), DON – THE CHASE BEGINS AGAIN (2006), DOSTANA (2008) and 3 IDIOTS (2009).
Boman Irani was born on 1st October 1962 into a Parsi family in Mumbai. He used to reside in Nagpada Sanvi near Mumbai Central. He graduated from Mithibai College in Mumbai and later did a Polytechnic Diploma course.
After working as a room service staff at Taj Mahal Palace, Boman, later, joined his mother at their ancestral bakery shop in South Mumbai. Thereafter, he opened an ‘Uncle Chips’ franchise at Dadar, Mumbai. But due to unprofitable business, Boman shut the franchise around the year 1986.
In the year 1987, Boman Irani ventured into what he still believes is his biggest passion – photography, part from acting, of course. From the Miss India's to top models, from advertising campaigns to portfolios, Boman was better off as a professional photographer.
It was only by virtue of being a photographer that Boman Irani came in contact with the world of theatre.
Boman Irani had always been active in theatre during his school and college days. After been trained under acting coach Hansraj Siddhia around 1981-83, Boman plunged into the world of professional theatre. Boman was introduced to theatre personality Alyque Padamsee by Shiamak Davar.
With a cameo, his earliest theatrical appearance, in Padamsee's ‘Roshni’ at the Regional Theatre in Versova, Mumbai; and a double role opposite Pearl Padamsee in television serial Family Ties in 1996, Boman had begun his wonderful acting stint.
Boman soon made a mark with the television serial ‘Mahatma Vs Gandhi’, where he played the role of Gandhi which was earlier turned down by actor Darshan Jariwala.
Television, and particularly ad films, happened by chance. A screen test for an ad film, which Boman was hesitant to do, was going on. Boman just happened to drop in to meet a friend of his. Now, due to the drop out of the selected model a day before the shoot, the ad-makers were in about testing almost anybody. Boman Irani had been one of them.
And there he was – approved! Boman's zany comic sense was an instant success and he went on to do ad films for several products such as Fanta, Limca, Bata, Polo, Smyle Cough Syrup, Kinetic Honda, Lazor shaving blades, KrackJack biscuits and many more - over a 100 TV commercials. The KrackJack ads were highly popular.
He hosted the game show 'Bollywood Ka Boss' around 2007-08 and later got on with hosting the show, 'The Pitch', which is currently being aired on UTV Bloomberg.
With over forty plays to his credit (Boman was the lead in fifteen of them), Boman Irani, even today, is one of the most sought after theatre actors in Mumbai. Though, it took a backseat due to his foray into Bollywood in the year 2000.
Boman Irani’s first film was Ram Madhvani's LET’S TALK (2003). Boman played the lead character in the film, Nikhil, for which he won a lot of acclaim. He was also there in the Rahul Bose directed EVERYBODY SAY’S I’M FINE (2003) as Mr. Mittal, a cameo.
Boman Irani’s major Bollywood debut was in the Ram Gopal Varma film DARNA MANA HAI (2003). Boman played a hotel owner who’s out to cure the deadly addiction of smoking. Boman was highly noteworthy in the small role which was extremely significant for the film.
Boman Irani soon shot to fame with the film MUNNA BHAI M.B.B.S (2003). Directed by Rajkumar Hirani and starring Sanjay Dutt and Arshad Warsi, Boman played the role of Dr. J. C. Asthana, an eccentric doctor. The film was highly acclaimed and Boman Irani’s performance was immensely applauded. It’s the most memorable role of Boman Irani till date. MUNNA BHAI M.B.B.S (2003) was the most critically acclaimed film of the year 2003.
Then he played a diamond dealer in BOOM (2003) that slipped away due to the film been extremely bold and sleazy. But, Boman Irani was immensely liked once again as the wacky and forgetful college principal in Farah Khan’s super-hit MAIN HOON NA (2004) starring Shahrukh Khan.
Boman was then seen in Farhan Akhtar’s commercially disappointing but critically acclaimed LAKSHYA (2004) where he played the role of Karan’s (Hrithik) father. Later he was seen in the successful Yash Chopra romantic-drama VEER ZAARA (2004) starring Shahrukh Khan and Preity Zinta where Boman played the role of a Pakistani politician who’s also Preity’s father in the film.
In the year 2005, Boman Irani was seen in as many as nine films. Boman played, Deepak Suri, an editor of a newspaper in Madhur Bhandarkar’s national award winning film, PAGE 3 (2005), with precision. Boman’s role as the zany yet emotional dad of Priyanka Chopra in Vipul Amrutlal Shah’s successful drama, WAQT – RACE AGAINST TIME (2005), starring Akshay Kumar, Amitabh Bachchan, and Shefali Shah, was very well received.
In MY WIFE’S MURDER (2005), Boman played a police inspector, Tejpal Randhawa, who’s assigned to investigate the case of a dead woman who actually is the ‘missing’ wife of Anil Kapoor in the film. His crazy-minister’s act in Anees Bazmee’s blockbuster comedy NO ENTRY (2005) which starred a plethora of A-list actors including Salman Khan, Anil Kapoor, Fardeen Khan, Lara Dutta, Bipasha Basu, Celina Jaitley and Esha Deol, was a highpoint.
His next appearance in the film KAL YESTERDAY AND TOMMOROW (2005) and even in Dev Anand’s MR. PRIME MINISTER (2005) didn’t matter as the films were blanked out by the audience. Even his apt portrayal of the ‘simple minded-childlike but optimistic’ pizza delivery boy in Sujoy Ghosh’s HOME DELIVERY (2005), starring Vivek Oberoi, went vain as the film failed miserably.
He played a public prosecutor well enough in the critically acclaimed MAINE GANDHI KO NAHIN MARA (2005), but it was the veteran Anupam Kher who stole the show with his stellar performance. Yet, Boman was right there; even in Rohan Sippy’s averagely successful film, BLUFFMASTER (2005), where he played Dr. Bhalerao who facilitates in leading the central character, Abhishek Bachchan, into a semblance of realty.
In the English language film, BEING CYRUS (2006), starring Saif Ali Khan, Naseeruddin Shah, Dimple Kapadia, Simone Singh, Boman Irani performed a class act. His grumpy negative character of Farokh Sethna in this psychological drama revolving around a dysfunctional Parsi family stood out.
SHAADI SE PEHLE (2006), PYARE MOHAN (2006) and I SEE YOU (2006) – all of which he starred in - failed at the Box-Office. But, 2006 was a phenomenal year for Boman Irani, as his portrayal of Lucky Singh, in the follow-up to his MUNNA BHAI MBBS (2003) success - LAGE RAHO MUNNA BHAI (2006) – was another highly applauded act. A Sardar property dealer who’s outwardly hard but subtly soft within - Boman perfectly, subtly slipped into the character. The film was a very huge success commercially and critically as well and became a trendsetter of sorts. Same for his portrayal of Kishen Khurana, a diabolic property dealer in Delhi, in Dibakar Banerjee national award winning film of, KHOSLA KA GHOSLA (2006). Boman was instrumental for this small-budgeted film’s success. Even his negative character of Dsilva/Vardhan in Farhan Akhtar’s DON – THE CHASE BEGINS AGAIN (2006), starring Shahrukh Khan and Priyanka Chopra, was very well received and the film was a huge hit.
In 2007, Boman Irani starred in four Bollywood films and also a short film. In the short film POSITIVE, which was about HIV/AIDS awareness, Boman was cast opposite Shabana Azmi. POSITIVE was directed by Farhan Akhtar.
In Vidhu Vinod Chopra’s EKLAVYA: THE ROYAL GUARD (2007), Boman played a Patriarch with negative shades. This movie was chosen as India's official entry to the Oscars for the Best Foreign Film for the year 2007, but was a commercial failure. In HONEYMOON TRAVELS PVT. LTD. (2007), produced by Farhan Akhtar and directed by debutante Reema Kagti, Boman starred in this multi-starrer comedy-drama opposite Shabana Azmi. The film was an average success.
In Sajid Khan’s HEYY BABYY (2007), Boman Irani plays the emotional father of Vidya Balan's character. Starring Akshay Kumar, Riteish Deshmukh, Fardeen Khan, HEYY BABYY (2007) was one of the biggest hits of the year 2007. While in DHAN DHANA DHAN GOAL (2007), starring John Abraham, Bipasha Basu, Arshad Warsi, Boman played the role of a football coach who helps a local football club in England to fight against all odds. The film was met with a tepid response.
Boman Irani was born on 2 December 1959 in Mumbai, Maharashtra and he is an Indian film and theatre actor and photographer. Irani began his acting career in theatre and moved to film in 2000 at the age of 44 with a role in Josh. Irani gained attention for his role in the 2003 comedy Munna Bhai M.B.B.S. He later appeared in Lage Raho Munna Bhai for which he received several IIFA award nominations and in 3 Idiots opposite Aamir Khan which earned him a Filmfare Award and a Star Screen Award. Irani was born into a Parsi family on 2 December 1959 in Mumbai. He use to live in Nagpada Sanvi near Bombay Central. He is a graduate of Mithibai College in Mumbai. After his Polytechnic Diploma Course, he joined the Taj Mahal Palace & Tower and worked there as a room service staff. Thereafter, he joined his mother to run their ancestral bakery shop between Novelty and Apsara Cinema in South Mumbai. At the same time he also established an Uncle Chips franchise in Dadar which ran until 1986 before shutting down owing to a loss. Irani turned to photography in 1987 and continued until 1989. He is a professional photographer.
Career (Theatrical career)
Irani's love of acting was always present even during school and college. He trained under acting coach Hansraj Siddhia from 1981 to 1983 and adopted professional acting methods. Unlike national theatre, Irani's preferred British theatre and he soon developed different accents. Irani's mentor was Alyque Padamsee - the veteran theatre actor best known for his role as Mohammad Ali Jinnah in Gandhi. He was introduced to Padamsee by Shiamak Davar. Irani's earliest theatrical appearance was in Roshni where he played a cameo - at the Regional Theatre in Versova. He followed this up with serials like Family Ties and Mahatma vs Gandhi (Playing Gandhi after the role was turned down by Darshan Jariwala. His most illustrious play till date has been "I am not Bajirao" which ran for 10 years. His busy film career has stagnated his theatre career but despite this Irani continues to perform in whenever possible. He has over 40 plays to his credit—around 15 of them as the lead character.
Don 2 (2011) - Vardhaan
Game (2011) - Op Ramsay
Ab Dilli Door Nahin (2010) - (voice)
Mirch (2010) - Asu Hotmal
Banda Yeh Bindaas Hai (2010)
House Full (2010) - Batuk Patel
Jaane Kahan Se Aayi Hai (2010) - Guest Appearance
Well Done Abba (2010) - Arman Ali / Rehman Ali
Hum Tum Aur Ghost (2010) - Mr. Kapoor
Three Idiots (2009) - Viru Sahastrabudhhe
Irani started out in a number of advertisements like Fanta, Ceat and Krackjack biscuits ('As Mr. Jack of the Krack and Jack duo'). It was with Munna Bhai M.B.B.S. that Irani became really popular. His role as J. Asthana earned him a Filmfare Award nomination for Best Comedian. Since then Irani has essayed many comedic, (Main Hoon Na, Lage Raho Munna Bhai, Dostana, Khosla Ka Ghosla, Waqt: The Race Against Time, No Entry, 3 Idiots), supporting (Veer-Zaara, Maine Gandhi ko Nahin Mara, Lakshya, Honeymoon Travels Pvt. Ltd., Sorry Bhai!, Page 3, My Wife's Murder), and negative roles in (Don - The Chase Begins Again and Eklavya). Irani also hosted the IIFA Awards together with actor Riteish Deshmukh in 2008 and 2009. He has also been on Kaun Banega Crorepati with Sanjay Dutt.
Irani is a Parsi and follows the religion of Zoroastrianism. He speaks a number of languages very fluently, which includes English, Hindi, Gujarati, and Bengali. Irani is a member of the Parsee Television Actors Community and is also its Secretary. This community includes others such as Smriti Zubin Irani and Cyrus Broacha. Irani has earned a name for himself in various roles and brought home many nominations and awards.
He is married to zenobia, with whom he has two sons.
In 2008, Boman Irani appeared in as many as eight films of which MAHARATHI (2008), RISHTON KI MACHINE (2008) and WOODSTOCK VILLA (2008) were completely washed out. While LOVE STORY (2008), starring Harman Baweja and Priyanka Chopra; and Subhash Ghai’s YUVVRAAJ (2008), starring big names like Salman Khan, Anil Kapoor, Katrina Kaif, and Zayed Khan – were damp squibs.
Boman Irani found warm-heartening success in Onir’s SORRY BHAI (2008), starring Sanjay Suri, Sharman Joshi, Chitrangada Singh, where Boman played the role of a cheery father of Sanjay Suri’s character who’s about to get married to Chitrangada Singh. The film wasn’t really a commercial success, but gained a cult following among the audience. His KISMAT KONNECTION (2008), starring Shahid Kapoor and Vidya Balan, was an average success.
But Boman Irani’s most significant film in 2008 was DOSTANA (2008), produced by Karan Johar. Starring Abhishek Bachchan, John Abraham and Priyanka Chopra, Boman played a gay editor of a fashion magazine. His performance was very well appreciated which bolstered the film’s success.
2009 saw Boman Irani appearing in as many as seven films of which he did cameos in films LUCK BY CHANCE (2009) and KAMBAKKHT ISHQ (2009). PERFECT MISMATCH (2009) and FRUIT & NUT (2009) went unnoticed.
Boman starred in LITTLE ZIZOU (2009) and 99 (2009), which were small-budgeted films but highly appreciated. The films failed commercially, but gained a cult status.
But it was with Rajkumar Hirani’s 3 IDIOTS (2009) Boman Irani touched greater heights. Starring Bollywood megastar Aamir Khan, Sharman Joshi, R Madhavan and Kareena Kapoor, Boman played a strict and stubborn college principal. The class act won him his first Filmfare Award - award for the Best Supporting Role. He had been nominated thrice before, first been for the Best Comedian for his role in MUNNABHAI MBBS (2003). 3 IDIOTS (2009) became one of the most critically acclaimed and commercially successful films ever in Bollywood. Boman was altogether on a new level after this film.
Boman Irani’s first release in 2010 was Shyam Benegal’s political satire, WELL DONE ABBA (2010), where he played the central character of Armaan Ali, a Muslim driver in Mumbai who takes a month’s leave from his employer in order to hunt for a groom for his daughter (Minissha Lamba). When Armaan takes too long for it, his employer decides to sack him. The film wasn’t meant for the masses, but it received good critical reception and went on to win the National Film Award for Best Film on social Issues.
In HUM TUM AUR GHOST (2010), starring Arshad Warsi and Dia Mirza, Boman plays a ghost whom only Arshad Warsi could come across. This fantasy film failed miserably at the Box-Office.
HOUSEFULL (2010) was the latest film to star Boman Irani. Directed by Sajid Khan and produced by Sajid Nadiadwala, this slapstick comedy had Boman playing the role of a Gujarati father to Lara Dutta’s character in the film. Boman impressed everyone with his terrific performance. The film also starred Akshay Kumar, Riteish Deshmukh, Deepika Padukone, Jiah Khan, and Arjun Rampal. HOUSEFULL (2010) was super-hit at the Box-Office.
Boman Irani’s next release would be with Farhan Akhtar’s DON 2, the sequel to DON: THE CHASE BEGINS AGAIN (2006), where he would be playing the role of Vardhaan again. Starring alongside Shahrukh Khan, Priyanka Chopra, Lara Dutta and Kunal Kapoor, this film is slated to release in the later half of 2011.
Boman has been signed on for Priyadarshan’s multi-starrer action film TEZ, which would also star Anil Kapoor and Ajay Devgn. He would also be dubbing for Nikhil Advani’s animated flick DELHI SAFARI.
Boman Irani married Zenobia at the age of twenty-three. They have two sons – Danesh and Kayur.
2004 - Winner: Screen Weekly Award for Best Performance in a Comic Role; Munnabhai M.B.B.S.
2007 - Nominated: Filmfare Best Villain Award; Lage Raho Munnabhai
2010 - Winner: Star Screen Award for Best Villain; 3 Idiots
2010 - Winner: Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award; 3 Idiots
2010 - Winner: IIFA Best Villain Award; 3 Idiots
Year Film Role Other notes
2000 Josh D'Mello
2001 Everybody Says I'm Fine! Mr. Mittal
2002 Let's Talk Nikhil
2003 Darna Mana Hai Hotel owner
Boom Diamond Dealer Cameo Appearance
Munnabhai M.B.B.S. Dr. J. C. Asthana Nominated, Filmfare Best Comedian Award
2004 Main Hoon Na Principal Nominated, Filmfare Best Comedian Award
Lakshya Mr. Shergill
Veer-Zaara Jahangir Hayaat Khan
2005 Page 3 Deepak Suri
Waqt: The Race Against Time Natu
My Wife's Murder Inspector Tejpal Randhawa
No Entry Minister P.J. Gupta
Maine Gandhi Ko Nahin Mara Public Prosecutor
Home Delivery: Aapko... Ghar Tak Michael Burnett / Santa Claus
Kal: Yesterday and Tomorrow Yashwant Dayal
Bluffmaster Dr. Bhalerao
Mr. Prime Minister
Being Cyrus Farokh Sethna
2006 Shaadi Se Pehle Dr Rustam
Pyare Mohan Tony Alias Dholakia
Yun Hota To Kya Hota DCP Special appearance
Lage Raho Munna Bhai Lucky Singh Nominated, Filmfare Best Villain Award
Khosla Ka Ghosla Kishen Khurana
Don - The Chase Begins Again DCP DeSilva / Vardhaan
2007 Eklavya: The Royal Guard Rana Jayawardhan
Honeymoon Travels Pvt. Ltd. Oscar Fernandes
Heyy Babyy Bharat Sahni
Dhan Dhana Dhan Goal Tony Singh
2008 Woodstock Villa
Love Story 2050 Professor Yatin Khanna / Uncle Ya
Kismat Konnection Rajiv Batra Guest appearance
Rishton Ki Machine
Dostana M (Murali)
Yuvvraaj Dr P.K. Banton
Sorry Bhai! Navin
Maharathi AD Merchant
2009 Luck by Chance Dinaz Aziz Cameo
Little Zizou Boman Pressvala
Kambakkht Ishq Doctor Cameo Appearance
Perfect Mismatch Mr. Patel
Fruit and Nut Maharaja Harry Holkar
3 Idiots Viru Sahastrabudhhe (Virus) Winner, Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor
2010 Well Done Abba Arman Ali / Rahman Ali
Hum Tum Aur Ghost Kapoor
Mirch Asu Hotmal
Jaane Kahan Se Aayi Hai
Housefull Batukbhai Patel
2011 F.A.L.T.U Principal Special appearance
Game OP Ramsay
Banda Yeh Bindaas Hai Post-production
Don 2: The Chase Continues Vardhaan Post-production
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^ "Interview with Shekhar Gupta of the Indian Express". Indianexpress.com. 2007-07-30. Retrieved 2011-02-20.
^ "The making of an actor". Bomanirani.com. Retrieved 2011-02-20.
^ "Mahatma v. Gandhi". ferozkhan.com. Retrieved 17 November 2006.
^ "Actor - Ad Films - India". Boman Irani. Retrieved 2011-02-20.
^ Riteish Deshmukh, Boman Irani are IIFA hosts again
Boman Irani at the Internet Movie Database
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