Jim Sarbh’s Fans Cannot Help Being Cheesy Over His IIFA 2019 Look
Jim Sarbh is famous for playing grey characters in various films and theatre productions. He is also known for his quirky fashion sense and a knack for unusual roles
Jim Sarbh who rose to fame with the role of a hijacker in the film Neerja is known for his unusual selection of roles. Due to his unconventional looks and strong acting skills, Jim Sarbh has the ability of carrying the grey characters more successfully than most of the actors in the industry. Jim Sarbh has been actively involved in the theatre even before joining the films. This also reflects in his acting on screen as Jim Sarbh has a completely different approach towards the characters. To him, there is no such thing as a negative or a positive character. It is just a character. His role as Malik Kafur in Padmaavat made him even more famous.
His unconventional person also reflects in his fashion sense. For IIFA 2019, Jim Sarbh dressed up in a dark printed velvet coat over black turtle neck shirt and pants. On his Instagram, Jim Sarbh posted the photo in his IIFA 2019 avatar holding a glass in his right hand. Like all of his posts, Jim Sarbh also added a music track to this one. This time, he added the song Que Sera’ by Wax Tailor to the caption.
Jim Sarbh has a strong fan base among girls who can’t help getting cheesy everytime he posts some thing. As soon as Jim Sarbh posted, some of the most interesting and quirky comments started showing up.
‘Can you stop distracting in the middle of the day?
‘His Instagram handle should say jimsarbhsurreal’
‘that coat could fit both of us in it.’
‘I am a cold/mess for you’
Jim Sarbh was born in Mumbai to an educated Parsi family. His mother is a retired physiotherapist while his father retired as a master mariner. Jim Sarbh spent some part of his childhood in Australia. He attended the American School of Bombay in India and left for Enory University, US for his undergraduate degree in Psychology. He was named in Forbes list of 30 under 30 in 2015 for his contribution to theatre.