Many old TV shows have returned on TV these days. One of them is Maharana Pratap TV show. In this show, Faizal Khan played the role of Maharana Pratap's Young Age. His real life is also interesting like reel life. In the industry, we have seen many people making careers with reality shows. One such person is actor Faizal Khan. With this, Faizal participated in Season 2 of Dance India Dance Little Masters. Judges Geeta Kapoor and Terence Lewis were very happy with their audition. After this, Faizal stepped into the acting world. Faizal had told on the platform of DID that his father is an auto rickshaw driver and his mother is a housewife. Both of them supported their dance. At the same time, Faizal's father told that he is very inspired to see his son dancing.
For your information, let us tell you that Faizal became the winner of Dance India Dance Little Masters Season 2 and after that he got work in serial Maharana Pratap. At the same time, he won the audience's heart by playing the role of Maharaja Maharana Pratap, then he played the lead role in the Chandragupta Maurya serial. Faizal's work has always been liked. Along with this, there are many discussions of his dance too. At the same time, Faizal also participated in Dance India Dance as well as Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa and Nach Baliye 9. His partner in Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa was his Dance India Dance friend Vaishnavi. Along with TV shows, Faizal has also worked in the Marathi film Prem Kahani. After this, in the year 2016, Faizal played the role of Baiju.
Apart from this, he played the childhood character of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the 2019 web series Modi: Journey of a Common Man. At the same time, Faizal has received many awards for his work. He received the Best Guru-Shishya Ji Relationship Award for DID. At the same time, he won the Indian Tele Award and the Indian Television Academy Award for Best Child Artist and Best Child Actor for his work in the serial Maharana Pratap. At the same time, he was nominated in the category of Best Male Actor of Zee Gold Awards.