Widely known as the brother of Bollywood superstar Salman Khan, Arbaaz Khan has proven to be a major figure in Indian cinema as well. The son of a renowned screenwriter, Khan followed in the footsteps of his older brother, making his film debut as a volatile husband in 1996 with the thriller "Daraar." It wasn't long before Khan was sharing the screen with his sibling, notably in the comedy "Pyaar Kiya To Darna Kya" (1998). Soon it became clear that he was best suited for supporting roles, often playing the part of a police inspector, as in the action movie "Garv: Pride and Honour" (2004), also starring his brother Salman. In 2007, Khan appeared in the hit crime drama "Shootout at Lokhandwala," and a few years later he ventured into producing, partnering with his well-known wife, actress Malaika Arora Khan, for behind-the-scenes work on "Dabangg" (2010). This gritty cop film, starring Salman and featuring Arbaaz in a supporting role, became a huge hit. In 2012, Khan made his directing debut with the similarly successful sequel, "Dabangg 2," which solidified his reputation as a versatile Bollywood Renaissance man.