This is Jim Sarbh.
He played a terrifying, contemptible terrorist in Sonam Kapoor-starrer Neerja.
And he did a DAMN good job. Such a good job that nobody can decide whether to loathe him or love him.
This mysteriously good-looking Jim Sarbh is a seasoned theatre star. He writes, directs, produces, and acts.
His grandfather Kali Pundole founded the Pundole Art Gallery in 1963. Sarbh comes from the family of the oldest art promoters of Independent India.
Sarbh has a degree in psychology from Emory University in Atlanta.
He has directed, produced and acted in a host of plays like Alyque Padamsee's Death of a Salesman, Rajit Kapur's Glass Menagerie, Vickram Kapadia’s The Merchant of Venice and Kalki Koechlin's The Living Room, to name a few.
You might have spotted him in Rajasthan Tourism's advertisement, Bike.
*heavy breathing intensifies*