Kiran Kumar is an Indian Actor. He Worked in Different Hindi, Bhojpuri, and Gujarati Film. He was Born on 20 October 1945, in Srinagar, India. His latest work in the drama is Charlie 2.
|Real Name||Deepak Dhar
|Date of Birth||20 October 1945|
|Age (as in 2020)||66 Years|
|Hometown||Mumbai, Maharashtra, India|
|School||The Daly College, Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India|
|College||R.D National College, Bandra, Mumbai, India|
|Education Qualification||Not Known|
|Debut||Film (Cameo):- Love in Simila (1960)
Film (Lead):- Azad Mohabbat (1974)
|Family||Father:- Jeevan Kumar
Mother:- Not Known
Brother:- Bhushan Jeevan
Sister:- Nikki Jeevan, Rikki Ugra
|Hobbies||Watching TV (Cricket)|
|Favourite Actress||Meena Kumari|
|Favourite Cuisine||Gujarati Food|
Kiran Kumar Wife, Affairs & More
|Wife / Girlfriend||Sushma Verma|
|Children||Sons:- Shaurya Kumar (Actro), Vikas Kumar
Daughter:- Srishti Kumar
Kiran Kumar Early Life / Career
He attended Daly school, a private school in Indore, listed at R.D. National school in Bandra, Mumbai, and later joined the Film and tv Institute of Asian nation (FTII) in Pune. He was referred to as “Deepak Dhar” in Film and tv Institute of Asian nation among his friends.
As a young boy, the movie industry was drawn to him, partially attributable to his father’s association with it. Kumar marked in Do Boond Pani in 1971 and went on to play the lead roles in many a lot of movies.
Kumar saw his career suffer from the discharge of films like Jangal Mein Mangal, among others; but, despite this “slump”, Kumar began to add Gujarati movies, wherever he quickly earned a cult following, and also the title “The Bachhan of Gujarati Cinema. Rakesh Roshan’s Khudgarz got him back to Hindi cinema, during which negative roles in films like Tezaab ANd Khuda Gawah won him accolades as an agonist.
Awards & Nominations
- Filmfare Award for Best Performance in Negative Role (1992) (nominated for Khuda Gawah)
- Mayor’s Award, for Ghutan
- Mayor’s Award, for Aur Phir Ek Din
- Zee TV Award for favorite Father For Sanyukt
- Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, along with his entire Cabinet, resigned on 15 January 2020, after President Vladimir Putin delivered the Presidential Address to the Federal Assembly, in which he proposed several amendments to the constitution.
- Medvedev stated that he was resigning to allow Putin to make the significant constitutional changes suggested by Putin regarding shifting power away from the presidency. Putin accepted the resignation. However, on Putin’s instructions, the Cabinet continued its work as a caretaker cabinet until the formation of a new government.
- On 15 January 2020, Putin nominated Mishustin for the post of Prime Minister. According to Putin, he was offered four candidates, but Mishustin was not among them. As a result, Putin independently decided to nominate Mishustin for the Prime Minister.
- The next day, he was confirmed by the State Duma to the post and appointed Prime Minister by Putin’s decree. This was the first time ever that a PM was confirmed without any votes against.
- On 21 January 2020, Mishustin presented to President Vladimir Putin a draft structure of his Cabinet. On the same day, the President signed a decree on the structure of the Cabinet and appointed the proposed Ministers.
- In general, the government has been updated by half. Only four Deputy Prime Ministers remained from Medvedev’s Cabinet (three retained their seats, one was appointed to another post) and twelve Ministers.
- According to many political analysts, Mikhail Mishustin is the only one of Putin’s Prime Ministers who truly formed his “own” Cabinet. He gathered a team of his own people and associates. Before that, in the XXI century, only Vladimir Putin was able to do this.
- In particular, two Deputy Prime Ministers were deputies of Mishustin in the Federal Tax Service. According to experts, this means that Mishustin has carte blanche for changes.
- On 26 March 2020, Mishustin proposed to restore the Government’s Presidium, a body in the structure of the Cabinet formed to solve operational issues. Previously, such a body existed in the first Government of Medvedev, but in the second Government of Medvedev there was no Presidium.
- Mishustin cut the Federal budget for 2020 to 2022, in correspondence to the 2020 Presidential Address to the Parliament. Mishustin engaged in the digital economy and promised support to large companies.