Hyder Kazmi who started his career with Theatre was felicitated recently for Best Actor in Negative Role for ‘JIHAD’ movie.
Hyder Kazmi who has his roots from Delhi Theatre was first introduced by the legendary Shri Manoj Kumar in ‘Bharat Ke Shahid’ where he essayed the role of one of the youngest revolutionaries of the Indian independence movement, Khudiram Bose. Hyder garnered appreciation from critics and fans for his intense performance.
He has even acted in a Telefilm Mahapaash, which was based on terrorism in India and this film was highly appreciated and even sent to France Tele Films Festival. His next TV serial was ‘Sai Baba’ where he played the title role which was highly admired by everyone. He proved his mettle as a filmmaker when he turned Producer in 2003 with his First Hindi Movie ‘Patth’ starring Sharad Kapoor, Payal Rohatgi, Aijaz Khan, Rakhi Sawant, Shama Sikander and Hyder Kazmi himself, which not only brought him immense critical acclaim but proved to be a box office success.
‘Patth’ even celebrated 50 Days all over India. He even Produced and starred in movies like ‘Bobby: Love and Lust’ in 2005 with Antara Biswas better known as Monalisa as female lead and ‘Kajri’ in 2013 which featured Amanjot as female lead.
Hyder is presently busy with his Dream Project ‘JIHAD’ which will release in 2017 and this movie is going for screening at various International Film Festivals. It was a blessing in disguise when the versatile actor, Hyder Kazmi was conferred with the coveted Dadasaheb Phalke Award for Best Actor in Negative Role for the Movie ‘JIHAD’.