Meet Izin, the Keralite star kid to be the face of Emirates

Meet Izin, the Keralite star kid to be the face of Emirates
Izin, a student of Ajman International Indian School, enjoys millions of followers on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Image courtesy: Facebook
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The United Arab Emirates has found its latest boy sensation and its none other than a Keralite kid named Izin Hash. The 7-year-old wowed the Middle East by appearing as an Arab boy in the advertisement for Dubai tourism. He was also featured in the advertisements of the Abu Dhabi government and those related to the national day of the UAE. It didn’t take too long for Izin to become the face of the Emirates.


The young boy has typical Arab looks and people often find it difficult to believe that Izin isn’t from the Emirates. These advertisements have catapulted Izin to stardom and he is currently one of the most sought after child models in the Middle East. He is being bombarded with offers to play an Arab boy in various advertisements and shows. Recently, the kid was seen in the video and print ads published as part of the UAE’s 47th anniversary.

Izin Hash

Izin has also appeared in the official advertisements of the Saudi Arabian government. He is now a very busy model who has signed exclusive contracts with many leading advertisement agencies.


It was the videos and photos of 3-year-old Izin, shot by his father Hash Javad turned out to be the turning point for this young kid. When Javed shared those among his friends, a few photographers among them noticed Izin’s talent to act. They helped get in contact with various advertisement agencies. Soon Izin, in his Arab costume, overwhelmed the Emirati hearts.

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Izin is a student at the Ajman International Indian School. The kid who is on Facebook, Twitter and Instagramm enjoys millions of followers as well.

Meet Izin, the Keralite star kid to be the face of Emirates
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