Posted 22 Jul 2017 01:23 PM

Jammu & Kashmir has always demonstrated its fabulous talent across the globe by delivering multi-talented actors to the entertainment industry. From ages, many legendary actors have given the apt path way to the youth in order to get their careers in this field. To name a few how can we forget the most critically acclaimed actor of his times Mr. Raj Kumar, the actor’s original name is Kulbhushan Pandit and he belonged to a Kashmiri Pandit family later he served as a cop in the Mumbai Police before becoming an actor. He is still well-known for his unusual styles of delivering dialogues like the unforgettable one “Janni yeh Chaku hai”. Not in the positive actor's role but few bad man’s of the industry even belong to the beautiful land of J&K, Jeevan Kumar who was one of the deadliest villains in the industry, later even his son Kiran Kumar added feather with his acting skills to the film fraternity.
A young man playing an old person’s role is commendable, people are still mesmerized by the performance of Anupam Kher in “Saaransh”, he also did theater and till date, he is achieving new heights in his career.
There are numerous well-known names in the industry from the valley that have their roots from the state, like Katrina Kaif, her father is a Kashmiri and Kunal Khemu has his ancestral roots in the valley.
Innumerable actors from J&K have even portrayed their outstanding art in the television industry as well, the unforgettable role of Lord Shiva by Mohit Raina is the most astonishing one which is hard to diminish from people’s mind till date. The youth icon Alia Bhatt’s mother Soni Razdan also has her roots in the state. She is a well-known artist of films like Gumrah, Saraansh, Mandi, Sir and much more.
The famous stars from the industry those who belong to J&K are Sanjay Suri, Aamir Bashir Raj Zutshi, Muzamil Ibrahim, Priti Sapru, Hina Khan, Aly Goni, Ekta Kaul, Jeevan and much more.
Nowadays, career options are not restricted to doctor and engineers only, with the growing world, work opportunities with a diverse field are also growing at the same pace. More and more people are engaging their wards into extra-curricular activities so that they can have more career options as they grow older. Should the parents support their children in making careers in the film industry or should they oppose?

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