Abi Hassan is an Indian actor. He is the son of the famous South Indian actor, Nassar. While his father is a famous actor, as well as a director and producer. The main role he played is “Vasu Rajagopalan” from the movie “Kadaram Kondan” released in 2019. This movie was his first debut in a series of movies. He is very diligent and learns fast. He is a versatile actor and has evolved into the character he plays. He is very enthusiastic and has a positive attitude. He wants to win his success and make it big.
|Height (approx)||in centimeters: 174 cmin meters: 1.74 min feet inches: 5’ 7”|
|Weight (approx)||in kilograms: 65 kgin pounds: 141 lbs|
Abi Hassan Wiki/Biography
Abi Hassan was born on September 4, 1997 in Chennai. His full name is Abi Mehdi Hassan. As in 2020, he is now 23 years old. Abi Hassan’s zodiac sign is Virgo. Since he was little he wanted to be an actor. He only studied until the tenth year because he decided to pursue an acting career. While working at the Blue Ocean Academy of Film and Television (BOFTA), he enrolled for a bachelor’s degree.
Abi Hassan comes from a Muslim family. His father is a famous actor and director from South India. His mother Camila Nassar is a producer and politician.
He has two older brothers, Nurul Hassan Faizal and Lutfudin. They are both actors and work in the same industry as his younger brother (Abi) and his father.
Abi Hassan made her debut as a child actor in the 2012 film Sun Sun Thatha. Her father Nassar directed this film. He then worked with director Atli Kumar as an assistant director on the film Mersal. His latest work is in his debut film “Kadaram Kondan” as a second leading role in “Vasu Rajagopalan” opposite Akshara Haasan.
- As an assistant director, he was paid £10,000 a month.
- He loves to travel and take pictures.
- He has been a big fan of Vikram since childhood and wanted to become an actor like him.
- While preparing to study acting, his father headed the acting department at the Blue Ocean Academy of Film and Television (BOFTA).
- Politically, it is supported by the Makkal Nidhi Miami party.
- He believes in his work and does not want to abuse his father’s name in the film industry.