Indian film and stage actor Jim Sarbh is best known for his role as the antagonist, Zubin Mistry in the 2018 biopic of Bollywood bad boy Sanjay Dutt, Malik Kafur in the historical drama Padmaavat, and Khalil in the Neerja. The actor has multiple awards to boast under his belt including Best Actor in a Negative Role at the Asiavision Awards.
Jim Sarbh was born on 27 August 1987 in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India to a physiotherapist mother and sailor father. His family was a Parsi family which moved to Australia when he was just 3 years old. He currently resides in the upmarket neighborhood of Versova, Mumbai.
He attended the American School of Bombay and is an undergraduate of Emory University, United States of America.
As of March 2019, there is no information available regarding his current relationship status. Due to the lack of information, we can assume that he is single as of March 2019. He prefers to remain secretive about his current relationship status.
However, he was in a relationship with ace actress Kalki Koechlin but the relationship ended after two years. The information regarding his relationship with Koechlin is also not available in the media as well as tabloid sources.
Sarbh has a net worth of $1.9 million as of March 2019. He was able to amass the net worth from his career as an actor in both stage and film. The information about his earnings is not available in the media and tabloid. The average earnings of an actor are around $39.84 per hour.
He started his career in 2016 with the film Neerja in which she played the role of Khalil. Then he played a number of other roles in films like A Death in the Gunj, and Raabta. Then in 2018, he got to play the role in the super hit film Padmaavat. The same year he worked in Sanju which was his most notable role in a film.
To add to this, he has also acted in some web series. Till March 2019 he had acted in 3 web series namely Made in Heaven, Smoke, and Flip.
For his excellent roles in film and web, he has received multiple awards. For Neerja he won 6 awards among 7 for which he was nominated. Similarly, he also won an award each for Padmaavat and A Death in the Gunj.