Shahnawaz Pradhan is an Indian film actor who lent his voice for the character of Sugreev in the TV series titled Hanuman in 2005 and went on to feature in TV series like 24: India and Better Life Foundation.
Shahnawaz Pradhan is an Indian film actor who lent his voice for the character of Sugreev in the TV series titled Hanuman in 2005 and went on to feature in TV series like 24: India and Better Life Foundation. He was seen in the 2012 Hindi film Chal Pichchur Banate Hain, starring Rahil Tandon and Bhavna Ruparel.
He also featured in the role of Ujjwalbhai in the 2017 Shah Rukh Khan starrer Raees. Shahnawaz’s other 2017 project includes the sci-fi comedy Bollywood film Mangal Ho starring Pritish Chakraborty, who is also the director, screenplay and story writer of the film.
He also bagged a role on Colors’ Bandhan Saat Janamon Ka and has essayed the role of Tota’s (played by ) uncle in the comedy-drama series, aired on SAB TV. In the year 2012, he played as Irani in the Hindi family comic drama film, Chal Pichchur Banate Hain; this film marks the directorial debut of. He bagged the role of KK in the TV drama, 24; the Hindi adaptation of the American TV series of the same name.
In 2015, he played the role of Haaris Saeed, the mastermind of the 26/11 Mumbai Attacks, in Kabir Khan’s action thriller film, Phantom. The film was based on S. Hussain Zaidi’s novel, Mumbai Avengers. It traces the story five years after the memorable 26/11 Mumbai attacks. Phantom earned negative reviews and got banned in Pakistan after the real Haaris Saeed filed a petition to Lahore High Court. Pradhan, in real life, has been kept underground for security purposes. This 2016, he was seen in Ekk Albela, a biopic film based on the life of an actor.
|Title||Original voice||Character||Dub Language||Original Language||No. of episodes||Original Year Release||Dub Year Release||Notes|
|Love, Death & Robots||Michael Benyaer||Dr. Wehunt||Hindi||English||18 (dubbed 1)||March 15, 2019 – present||Episode: “Sucker of
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