Zayed Khan’s Son Zidaan Pulls Off His Dad’s Black Leather Jacket From Main Hoon Naa; Watch


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Zayed Khan shares video of his son wearing his 'Main Hoon Na' jacket

Zayed Khan shares video of his son wearing his ‘Main Hoon Na’ jacket

Zayed made his acting debut in ‘Chura Liya Hai Tumne’ in 2003. The breakthrough of his film career came after his role in Main Hoon Na (2004).

Zayed Khan, who has been on a hiatus from the film industry, recently shared a heartwarming video on Instagram that took his fans on a trip down memory lane. The clip features his 16-year-old son, Zidaan, wearing the iconic black leather jacket from the 2004 hit film ‘Main Hoon Na’, specifically from the song ‘Chale Jaise Hawayein’. The father-son duo recreated the memorable moment, leaving fans and fellow celebrities alike in awe.

Zayed wrote, “Hello world, time has a strange way of communicating,! found my OG Chale jaise hawayie jacket!! And made my son Zidaan wear it just for fun! Heaven behold Nostalgia struck me like a lightning bolt! So there it is everyone my Og jacket from MHN for my opening sequence for MHN! Love and gratitude always!”

Zayed Khan pursued Business Management and Filmmaking at the London Film Academy. After his graduation, Zayed made his acting debut in ‘Chura Liya Hai Tumne’ in 2003. The breakthrough of his film career came after his role in Main Hoon Na (2004), where he worked alongside Shah Rukh Khan, Sushmita Sen, Sunil Shetty, and others.

After Main Hoon Na, Zayed worked in several movies, including Shabd (2005), Dus (2005), and Yuvvraaj (2008), to name a few. He also experimented with venturing into a co-owned production house with Bollywood actress Dia Mirza, namely, Born Free Entertainment. Under the production house, it released Bobby Jasoos and Love Breakups Zindagi.

Earlier in an interview with Midday, Zayed Khan looked back on his career, acknowledging that there are certain decisions he would have made differently. Following a brief stint in films, Khan ventured into television with the 2017 show ‘Haasil’, and disappeared from the limelight just a year later.

He shared, “I took a step back from acting [then] as I got into family mode. I shouldn’t have detached myself completely from acting; it wasn’t the smartest move. To earn those stripes again takes a lot, and that was a lesson I learned,” and added that finding his way back in has been tougher, this time around. “There is so much more competition and professionalism today. Actors bring so much to the table now. Just because you have access to people doesn’t mean that you get the opportunity.”

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