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Emran Hashmi Filmography - Evolution Of Emran Hashmi (2003-2023)

Emraan Hashmi Flimography

Emraan Hashmi is a popular Indian actor known for his roles in Bollywood films, often associated with the thriller and romantic genres. Here's an overview of his filmography and his evolution as an actor from 2003 to 2023:

Early Career (2003-2006):

Footpath (2003):

Footpath (2003)

Emraan Hashmi made his acting debut with this crime thriller directed by Vikram Bhatt.Emraan Hashmi's first film featured co-stars such as Aftab Shivdasani, Bipasha Basu, Irfan Khan, Aparna Tilak, and Rahul Dev. Despite being made with a budget of 5.5 crore, the movie only managed to collect 6.37 crore, resulting in its failure at the box office.

Murder (2004):

Murder (2004)

Anurag Basu directed this movie, which proved to be a turning point in Emraan's career. The film's bold content established him as the "serial kisser." Murder's hit songs and Emraan's negative role gave his career a boost. Mallika Sherawat and Ashmit Patel co-starred in the film, which was based on the Hollywood movie "Unfaithful." Despite being made on a budget of 5 crores, the movie was a superhit and collected 25 crores. Singer Kunal Ganjawala gained fame in Hindi cinema with the song "Bheege Honth Tere" from this film, which was his first biggest hit.

Tum Sa Nhi Dekha (2004):

Tumsa Nahin Dekha (2004)

Tum Sa Nhi Dekha, directed by Anurag Basu and starring Emraan Hashmi and Diya Mirza, was released six months after Emraan's biggest achievement in Murder 2004. In the movie, Emraan portrays a wealthy young billionaire who falls in love with a bar dancer. Despite the film's hit songs, it was made with a budget of 7 crores and only collected 5 cores, resulting in a box office disaster.

Zeher (2005):

Zehar (2005)

This suspenseful film is another successful thriller that solidifies the Emraans Hashmi image. Mohit Suri directed the movie, which features Shamita Shetty and Udita Goswami as co-stars. Interestingly, Udita Goswami, one of the co-stars, married Mohit Suri in 2013. The movie was made with a budget of 5 crores and managed to collect 10.72 crores, making it a semi-hit at the box office.

Aashiq Banaya Aapne (2005):

Aashiq Banaya Aapne (2005)

Aashiq Banaya Aapne is a romantic musical drama that showcased Emraan's diverse acting skills. The film had moderate success, with a budget of 4.5 crores and a collection of 9.32 crores, making it semi-hit. Aditya Datt directed the movie, and Sonu Sood and Tanushree Dutta were the co-stars. The songs of the movie became more popular than the movie itself.

Chocolate (2005):

Chocolate (2005)

Released in 2005, was a crime thriller film featuring a star-studded cast. Directed by Vivek Agnihotri, who also directed The Kashmir Files and Hate Story, the film starred Anil Kapoor, Sunil Shetty, Arshad Warsi, Irrfan Khan, and Tanushree Dutta in lead roles. However, the movie was mired in controversy when Tanushree Dutta accused Agnihotri of inappropriate behavior. Despite this, Emraan Hashmi's performance in "Chocolate" showcased his ability to portray complex and multi-dimensional characters. The film was made with a budget of 9 crores but only collected 10.5 crores, making it a commercial disappointment.

Kalyug (2005):

Kalyug (2005)

Released in 2005, this Bollywood film features Emraan Hashmi and falls under the drama and thriller genres. Directed by Mohit Suri, the movie explores the impact of the digital age on relationships and society. Kunal Kemmu and Smilie Suri who is Mohit Suri's sister, both made their debut in the film. With a budget of 4 crores and a collection of 10 crores, the movie was semi-successful. Emraan Hashmi's character undergoes a transformation as he fights to protect his relationship and family from the negative consequences of the virtual realm.

Rise to Prominence (2006-2010):

Jawani Diwani (2006):

Jawani Diwani (2006)

It was directed by Manish Sharma, Band Baaja Baaraat, Fan, and the upcoming Tiger 3 is directed by him as well. Co-star is Celina Jaitley who wins Miss India 2001. It was made on a budget of 4.7 crores and the collection was 6.7 crores, It was a big flop.

Aksar (2006):

Aksar (2006)

A Bollywood film, featuring Emraan Hashmi and directed by Anant Mahadevan, was released in 2006. The movie falls under the thriller and suspense genres and is well-known for its intriguing plot, unexpected twists, and engaging storyline. Emraan Hashmi acted alongside Udita Goswami and Dino Morea, continuing his success streak with this thriller. The film was made on a budget of 5.25 crores and collected 12.18 crores, making it a semi-hit. The songs in the film, especially Himesh Reshammiya's Jhalak Dikhla Jaa, were super-hits.

Gangster (2006): 

Gangster (2006) Poster 

In 2006, a Bollywood film featuring Emraan Hashmi hit the screens. Directed by Anurag Basu, the movie is a romantic crime drama that boasts an engaging storyline, complex characters, and emotional depth. Emraan's performance in the film garnered him critical acclaim and recognition. Kangana Ranaut and Shiney Ahuja also star in the movie, with Kangana receiving 8 awards for her role as Simran in Gangster. Her work was praised for its depth and authenticity. Singer Zubeen Garg won 2 awards for the song "Ya Ali". The movie had a budget of 6.5 crores and collected 18 crores, making it a hit.

The Killer (2006):

The Killer (2006) Poster

In 2006, a Bollywood film featuring Emraan Hashmi was released, directed by Hasnain Hyderabadwala and Raksha Mistry. This action thriller movie is known for its suspenseful plot, action sequences, and surprising twists. The co-stars include Irfan Khan and Nisha Kothari. Despite having a budget of 7.2 crores, the film only collected 6.5 crores, making it a big flop. However, the song "Phirta Raho" by KrishnaKumar Kunnath gained a lot of popularity. Overall, the film is worth watching at least once.

Dil Diya Hai (2006): 

Dill Diya HE (2006) Poster

This movie is a romantic drama that features a unique performance by the Emraan Hashmi. It was directed by Aditya Datt and falls under the genres of romance and drama. The movie delves into themes of love, sacrifice, and redemption, and stars Ashmit Patel and Geeta Basra as co-actors. The budget for the movie was 8.5 crores, but unfortunately, it only collected 3.25 crores and was considered a major flop at the box office.

Good Boy, Bad Boy (2007):

Good Boy, Bad Boy (2007) Poster

Released in 2007, this Bollywood film stars Emraan Hashmi and falls within the romantic comedy genre. Directed by Ashwini Chaudhary, the movie also features Tusshar Kapoor, Isha Sharvani, and Tanushree Dutta. It is a remake of the 1992 film Class Act. Unfortunately, despite a budget of 12.5 crores, the movie was a flop and only collected 10.32 crores.


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