Nikhil Chinapa - Acting

Acting

He has appeared as an actor in:

  • 2000: Snip!
  • 2003: Pyaar Kiya Nahin Jaatha
  • 2006: Kudiyon Ka Hai Zamaana
  • 2011: Shaitan
  • 2013: David

His role in Snip! with Sophia Haque created controversy for some explicit scenes with her.

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