Follow your passion and work hard to achieve what you aspire, this is the lesson Anil Kapoor and Aishwariya Rai Bachchan starrer FANNEY KHAN is ready to teach this Friday on Sony MAX. FANNEY KHAN (Anil Kapoor), a taxi driver in the city of dreams, has struggled throughout his life to become a singer just like his idol Lata Mangeshkar and Mohammed Rafi. On the other hand, FANNEY KHAN’s daughter, who wants to follow her passion for music wants to become a new age singer like her idol Baby Singh (Aishwariya Rai Bachchan). The father and daughter duo together fight all the odds to achieve what they desire to.
Here are few famous television celebrities sharing whose Fanney Khan they are in real life.
Siddharth Nigam – “I am a Fanney Khan of Rannveer Singh, he is just the way I want to be, energetic and full of passion at all the time. His work is worth admiring and he has become one of the biggest names in Bollywood in very less time. He is talented, energetic and passionate about his work. I would say he is a perfectionist and I love watching each of his films as they inspire me to grow in every way.
Nikhil Khurana: “I am a Fanney Khan of Akshay Kumar, from romance to comedy to action, he nails every genre he does, he is a total package and according to me the best actor Bollywood has had till today. I love his energy, and his dedication towards his work. I love the fact that even after being on the top he follows his day to day regime and still has something new to offer each time you watch him on the screen. Along with him. I am also a Fanney Khan of Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Kapil Sharma, they are just pure talent.”
Hiba Nawab- “Like a lot of people in the world I am Fanney Khan of King of Bollywood, Shah Rukh Khan. I have always wanted to be an actor, and I have admired his acting skills, his aura and his passion towards his work. Shah Rukh Khan has given us some of the most memorable films through his passion towards cinema and acting. I hope someday I can be half of what he is today, through dedication and passion.”