(, born 19 April 1968) is an Indian
actor who debuted in 1996 with the film Tere Mere Sapne
which was a success but he is best known for his role as "Circuit
" in the comedy films Munnabhai M.B.B.S.
(2003) and Lage Raho Munnabhai
(2006) and his role as Babban in Ishqiya
(2010) which won him acclaim.
Early life and education
Warsi was born in Mumbai
, India, and did his schooling at a boarding school, Barnes School
in Nashik district
Financial circumstances forced Warsi to start work as a door-to-door cosmetics salesman at age 17. Later he worked in a photo lab. Meanwhile he had a keen interest in dancing and received an offer to join Akbar Sami's Dance group in Mumbai, which started his dancing and choreographing career. He also assisted Mahesh Bhatt
(1987) and Kaash
Then in 1991, he won the Indian dance competition, followed by the fourth prize in the Modern Jazz category in 1992 World Dance championship, London, at the age of 21. Soon, he started his own dance studio, 'Awesome' with that money and also formed a dance troupe. It was here, his future wife, Maria Goretti
, a St. Andrew's College
student joined him, before she became a VJ. He was also associated with English theater group in Mumbai, choreographing shows... Read More