Legendary actor Farooq Sheikh, who made a mark with his acting in film, was born on March 25, 1948 in Amroli, Gujarat. Come meet the anniversary of the birth of the actor who won hearts with his simplistic performance in ‘Chess Players’, ‘Umrao Jaan’, ‘Bazaar’, ‘Chashm-e-Baddur’, ‘Club 60’ and many more. About some interesting stories related to …
Farrukh’s father, Mustafa Sheikh, was an eminent lawyer in Mumbai and his mother, Farida Sheikh, a homemaker. Farooq studied at St. Mary’s School in Mumbai. His father had a profound influence on Farrukh’s life and this was the reason why he studied law. He studied law at Siddharth College of Law in Mumbai, but soon after becoming a lawyer he realized that this profession was not good for him. is. After this, he stopped advocating and began to pay attention to acting.
In college, he used to participate in all sports games and activities along with studies. Farooq was not only a cricket enthusiast from school, but he was also a good cricketer. Not only that, Sunil Gavaskar was one of Farrukh’s good friends. Farooq worked a lot in theater during his college days. Actress Shabana Azmi attended college with him. She used to work together on plays. His partner achieved a lot of fame through the drama ‘Tumhari Amrita’.
At the same time, Farooq Sheikh met Rupa Jain in college, with whom he was also linked in marriage. Farrukh and Rupa had decided to get married after dating for nine years. Farooq Sheikh’s name was never the subject of controversy. Nor was her name associated with any co-stars or heroines. He was a whole family human being. They have two daughters. He acted in several blockbuster movies with Deepti Naval.
In 2013, Farrukh appeared in the film Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani in which he played the character of Ranbir Kapoor’s father. The movie ‘Youngistan’ was Farukh Sheikh’s last film. Farrukh also became famous for the TV show ‘Jeena Isi Ka Naam Hai’. On this show, he interviewed many well-known personalities. In December 2013, Farrukh Sahib said goodbye to this world due to a heart attack.