Fardeen Khan and wife Natasha became proud parents of a baby girl on December 11, 2013 and the ecstatic father can’t hold his happiness and emotions and tears rolled on to see his child for the first time. The new born has been named Diani Isabella Khan but Fardeen will always call her Isabella.
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Biography for Feroz Khan Date of Birth 25 September 1939, Bangalore, Karnataka, India Date of Death 27 April 2009, Bangalore, Karnataka, India (cancer) Height 6' (1.83 m) Mini Biography Firoz was born in Bangalore on September 25, 1939 to a Pathan father, Sadiq, and an Iranian mother, Fatima. He made his entry on the silver screen in 1960 after his return from a Bangalore-based English medium school. His career initially started as a hero in 'Didi', then he signed up for villain roles, and then made a comeback as a hero again. His noteworthy movies are Oonche Log, Main Wohi Hoon, Aag, Mela, Upasna, Aprsdh. He became even more popular after the release of Dharmatma, Qurbani, Jaanbaaz, & Dayavan. he got an award for his role in Aadmi Aur Insaan. He died of cancer in his Bangloore farm house on 27 April, 2009. He got married to Sundari in 1965 and they became proud parents of Laila and Fardeen. Despite objections raised by an Islamic Moulvi, Feroz and Sanjay got their children married to non-Islamic families. Laila was married to Rajpal, while Fardeen married Natasha Madhwani, the daughter of Mayur and former Bollywood hottie Mumtaz. Sundari and Feroz have been divorced since 1985.
Bollywood actor Fardeen Khan and wife Natasha Khan became proud parents of a baby girl. Fardeen Khan’s cousin sister, Farah Ali Khan announced the good news and congratulated the couple. "Woke up to wonderful news. My cousin Fardeen and his wife Natasha were blessed by a beautiful baby gi
Bollywood actor Fardeen Khan’s wife Natasha who is expecting twin babies has suffered a miscarriage. Few months ago elated Fardeen Khan announced the good news that his wife is expecting twins and they have temporarily moved to London to keep their unborn babies safe from dengue fright widespread