Nawab Shah, Biography, Age, Height, Weight, Secrets, Affairs, Images, Marriage, Phone number.

Nawab Shah is an Indian model, actor, and theatre artist. He is best known for portraying negative roles in the Bollywood industry.

Nawab Shah Bio/Wiki

NameNawab Shah
Date of Birth11 October 1973
Age (as in 2019)46 Years
Profession(s)Actor, Model, Theatre Artist
Famous RoleKakodar’ in the 90’s show “Shaktimaan”
Zodiac/Sun SignLibra
Birth PlaceMumbai (Maharashtra, India).
Home townMumbai (Maharashtra, India).
Mother TongueNot Known
Parents/ FatherNot Known
MotherNot Known
BrotherNot Known
SisterBabita Shah

Personal Life

School Private School in Bandra.
College/UniversityNot Known
Educational Qualification Graduate from British University
Contact number Not Known
Address House located in Mumbai, Maharashtra.
Religion Muslim
Caste Sunni
Nationality Indian
Car CollectionAudi A6 Lamborghini
Hobbies Swimming, Travelling
Debut Film: Kudrat (1998)
Nawab Shah

Marital Status/Affairs

Marital Status Married
Affairs/Girlfriends Kavita Kaushik (2011-2016)
Marriage Date 4 July 2019
Wife/Spouse Pooja Batra
Children None


SalaryRs. 1 Crore -1.25 Crore INR.
Networth Rs. 30 Crore Indian Rupees.

Physical Status

HeightIn Centimeters- 188 cm
In Meters- 1.88 m
In Feet inches- 6’ 2”
WeightIn Kilograms- 90 kg
In Pounds- 198 lbs
Shoe size9
Hair colorBlack
Eyes colorLight Brown
Skin colorFair

Nawab Shah Favorites

Favorite foodKebab, Afghani Chicken, Biryani
Favorite SongNot Known
Favorite Actor Salman Khan, Shah Rukh Khan
Favorite ActressMadhuri Dixit
Favorite SportNot Known
Favorite PlaceGoa and Europe
Favorite MovieNot Known

Social Media Accounts


Nawab Shah Lesser-Known Facts

  • Does Nawab Drink Alcohol? Yes
  • Does Nawab Smoke? No
  • He is an Actor, Model, Theatre Artist by Profession(s)
  • Nawab made his debut in the year 1998 with the film “Kudrat.” He also worked alongside Arvind Swamy and Manisha Koirala in the movie “Raja Ko Rani Se Pyar Hoo Gaya.” In 2002, he worked in the film “Be-Lagaam.”
  • Nawab rose to fame with the 2003-release “Escape From Taliban.”

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