In today’s times when star kids is the least favorite thing of audience, Ishaan Khatter is an actor who is shinning from inside the box with his unconventional ways and roles. Ishaan Khatter who started his career from a critically acclaimed movie ‘Beyond the clouds’ in 2017, has now made his way into commercial success as well. Ishaan Khatter is the son of actors Rajesh Khattar and Neelima Azeem, he made his first screen appearance as a child in the 2005 film Vaah! Life Ho Toh Aisi!, which starred his half-brother Shahid Kapoor, has now managed to make his own identity.
Ishaan will be seen in Mira Nair’s upcoming BBC television series A Suitable Boy. Ishaan plays the role of Maan, a politician’s son (Kapoor), who falls for a courtesan Saeeda Bai (Tabu). For those who have seen the trailer wouldn’t deny to the following reasons to Ishaan newly earned success and fame.
1. An expressive actor
If you have ‘Beyond the clouds’ and ‘Dhadak’ you’ll agree that it was a risky shot for him, but he managed ti conquer the audience. Ishaan was one of the main highlights of both the movies because he had expressions on his face and didn’t give a flat performance.
2. He is not a shadow of his brother Shahid Kapoor
Though Ishaan Khatter sdmires his brother Shahid Kapoor a lot, and they both adore each other, but we know one thing for fact that Ishaan is not a shadow of his brother. They both have had very different journeys, and have their own different identities.
3. Unconventional Entry Into Cinema
Ishaan made his acting debut with Iranian filmmaker Majid Majidi’s Beyond The Clouds. For those who think that he didn’t audition for the role, he made a 50 minutes audition video to impress the filmmaker.
4. Hardworking And Talented
We all know from Ishaan’s social media handles that he is not only mastering the art of acting, but is also perfecting his dance moves, and is amazing at that.
5. Unique Choice Of Scripts
Ishaan will be seen in Mira Nair’s A Suitable Boy which is again a very unconventional series. His unique choice of scripts truly sets him apart from the crowd of the star kids. He has lived a very middle-class Bombay life and values his craft.