Abudhar Al Hassan is an Indian film and TV actor, based in Mumbai. Although an IT graduate and a software developer by profession, he renounced his career in Information Technology, to pursue his passion for acting. After quitting his corporate job in Delhi, Abudhar enriched his acting skills by not only performing in theatrical plays but also co-writing a couple of them. Thereafter, he shifted to Mumbai where he has been making a headway in the film industry ever since. His first role was in the Hindi comedy film Dharam Sankat Mein (2015), as a Police Officer. Subsequently, he has made many cameo appearances in films like Force 2 (2016), Ribbon (2017) and Fanney Khan (2018). He has also appeared in prominent Indian TV shows like Yeh Hai Mohabbatein (2013), Chakravartin Ashoka Samrat, Police Factory (2015), Tv ke uss paar (2016) & Kullfi Kumarr Bajewala (2018). His most notable TV performance was in Baal Krishna (2016) where he portrayed the poor and pale character of Sudama – the childhood friend of Lord Krishna. His performance as ‘Rohan’ was much appreciated in the popular TV Mini-series Ready 2 Mingle (2018), as the friend and manager of Nirav (Amol Parashar) & Myra (Aahana Kumra). More recently, he played the ‘Boss’ of ‘Nia’ (Anjali Tatrari) in the acclaimed TV show Mere Dad Ki Dulhan (2019). Adorning a bald and bearded, polished look, Abudhar Al Hassan, has managed to garner a wide range of supporting roles in popular web series such as Official CEOgiri (2018) and Spotlight 2 (2018) although his most challenging portrayal was that of the character ‘Manoj Kacholia’ a self-centered, egoistical movie director, in the award-winning web series Bhak (2019). Born and brought up in Tripoli, Libya, Abudhar has had the advantage of experiencing different lifestyles including that of India and the Arab world. Also being a polyglot has helped him to transcend regional boundaries and work in multilingual projects. While originally a Malayali by descent, Abudhar is well-versed in Hindi, English, Tamil and of course, Malayalam. He can also manage some Arabic (Libyan dialect). Abudhar Al Hassan can be seen soon in films like Rocketry: The Nambi Effect (2021), Haathi Mere Saathi (2021) and Om – The Battle Within (2021).