Zeeshan Ayyub worked in theatre before he made his Bollywood debut in 2011 with the critically acclaimed No One Killed Jessica. He has since gone on to do a number of versatile roles and will be seen next in Arjun Patiala and Turram Khan
Deexa Khanduri | May 9, 2019 | Delhi
Zeeshan Ayyub worked in theatre before he made his Bollywood debut in 2011 with the critically acclaimed No One Killed Jessica. He has since gone on to do a number of versatile roles such as “Chintu” Kumar Singh in Tanu Weds Manu, the loyal Sadiq in Raees, the traitor brother of Kangana Ranaut in Manikarnika and “Guddu” Singh in Zero. Born in Delhi, Zeeshan completed his schooling at a Kendriya Vidyalaya and earned a bachelor’s degree in science from Kirori Mal College with aspirations of doing engineering but went on to train in theatre at the National School of Drama (NSD).
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