Played

Lucky in Sammuel Becket's "Waiting for Godot", directed by Nasserudin Shah with Nasserudin Shah, Benjamin Gilani, Kenneth Desai and Imad Dalal.

Ranjit in "On a Muggy night in Mumbai" written by Mahesh Dattani, directed by Lillette Dubey with Rituraj, Joy Sengupta, Amar Talwar, Lillette Dubey, Dipika Roy, Sanjit Bedi and Pawan Chopra.

Crusoe in "Once on a Friday" written by Adrian Mitchell, directed by Carl Mendes with Jameel Khan, Manoj Agarwal and Uday Chandra.

Nehru in "Letters to a daughter from prison" directed by Vijaya Mehta with Shenaz Patel, Nikhil Kapoor and Rajit Kapoor.

Felix in "The owl and the pussycat" directed by Janak Toprani, with Mona Ambegaonkar.

Vijay in "Come back to the forum Guy Lafleur, Guy Lafleur" written by Frank Flynn, directed by Rick Sherman with Terrance Bryant, Jennifer Doyle, Micheal Petrasek and James Thomson.

Lt. Challee in "The Caine Mutiny Court Martial" written by Herman Wouk, directed by Nasserudin Shah with Akash Khurana, Raj Zutshi, Salim Shah, Sharukh Irani, Divya Bhatia, Karim Vakil, Pervez Mrechant and Ahmed Khan.

Nag in "Endgame" written by Sammuel Beckett, directed by Naseerudin Shah with Nasseerudin Shah, Ratna Patak Shah and Piyush Mishra.

Jesus in "Jesus Christ Superstar" written by Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber at the Markham Theatre, Toronto.

Rathod in "Rathod the Cockroach killer" written by Zubin Driver, directed by Denzil Smith.

The Barber in "Man of La Mancha" directed by Carl Mendes with Dalip Tahil, Sunita Rao, Howard Rosemeyer, Anish Trevedi, Yashwant Singh, Smita Malhotra, Erica D'Souza, Gaurav Gera and Kartik Chintamani.

Peter in "Chlidrens Day" by Keith Waterhouse and Wills Hall, directed by Gichorah Mawangi with Steve Buckingham, Phil Wilcock, Nancy Odupoy and Jackie Muuya.

Roy in "The Odd Couple" directed by Nasseerudin Shah with Nasseerudin Shah, Benjamin Gilani, Raj Zushi, Ratan Pathak Shah, Kittu Gidwani, Sharukh Irani and Ahmed Khan.

Mr. Lyons in "Blood Brothers" directed by Noel Godin with Bhargava Bugs Krishna, Kiran Gheani and Kenneth Martin.

The Director in "Six Characters in search of an author" by Lugi Pirandello, directed by Vickram Kapadia with Dolly Thakore, Imtiaz Khan and Krutika Desai.

"Cause Celebre" by Terrence Rattigan, directed by Janak Toprani with Pervin Dastur, Sharukh Irani and Ratan Batliwala.

Vali and Vibishan in "The Legend of Ram" written and directed by Amir Raza Hussein with Vijay Crishna, Aly Khan, Mandira Bedi, Bobby Saigal and Yashwant Singh.

Cawas in "Doongaji House" written by Cyrus Mistry, directed by Toni Patel with Meher Jehangir, Nosherwan Jehangir and Soli Marker.

"Dangerous Laisons" written by Christopher Hampton, directed by Pearl Padamsee with Nasseerudin Shah, Sabira Merchant, Ratna Pathak Shah, Binifer Damania and Jehangir Palkiwala.

Hirin in "The Anniversary" by Anton Chekov, directed by Nasseerudin Shah with Kittu Gidwani, Pervez Merchant and Ann Chengappa.

"A Life in the Theatre" by David Mammet, directed by Zubin Driver co-starring Akash Khurana.

"The Terrorist" written and directed by Howard Phlanzer with Radhika D'Cunha, Darshan Jariwala and Avantika Akerkar.

Mr. Dani in "The Lucky Ones" adapted and directed by Quasar Thakore Padamsee with Kunal Roy Kapoor, Shivani Tanksale, Pravir Sethi and Sameer Siddiqi.

Z in "Whatever You Say" written and directed by Shivani Tibrewala, with Tom Alter and Mona Ambegaonkar.

D.K. in "A Romance for Ruby" written by Aruna Thosar Dixit, directed by Naseerudin Shah with Ratna Pathak Shah, Mahabanoo Mody Kotwal, Akarsh Khurana, Sanjeev Vatsa, Kenneth Desai and Khalid Sami.

Shewtketu in "Sambhog Se Sayas Tak", written and directed by Pandit Satyadev Dubey with Supriya Matkari, Kishore Kadam, Pervez Merchant, Shishir Sharma, Ganesh Yadav, Majorie Rodricks and Utkarsh Mazumdar.

Dada in "Shikara" written by Gary Richardson, directed by Aly Khan and Denzil Smith with Joy Sengupta, Aashish Roy, Vivek Oberoi, Mona Ambegaonkar, Gary Richardson, Dolly Thakore, Bakul Thakkar and Aly Khan.

Prajnaratna and Emperor Wu Ti in "Zenkatha", written by Partap Sharma, directed by Lillete Dubey with Sandhya Mridhul, Rajiv Gopalakrishnan, Anu Menon, Vikrant Chaturvedi, Asif Ali Beg, Pallavi Symons and Shardul Chaturvedi.

Lord Irwin in "Sammy" written by Partap Sharma, directed by Lillete Dubey with Vijay Krishna, Ravi Dubey,Joy Sengupta,Neha Dubey, Zaffar Karachiwala, Anu Menon, Vikrant Chaturvedi and Asif Ali Beg.

Judge Brack in "Hedda Gabler" written by Henrik Ibsen, directed by Rehaan Engineer with Sheeba Chaddha, Tilotama Shome, Neeraj Kabi, Samar Sarila and Veera Abadan.

Tony Bakshi and The Narrator in "Merchants of Bollywood" written and directed by Toby Gough, choreographed by Vaibhavi and Shruti Merchant with Carol Furtado, Pramod Pathak, Romi Jaspal and Chander Mohan Khanna.