Ahad Raza Mir is one the most dapper and wanted celebrity of Pakistani Entertainment Industry and there’s no doubt that female is gaga over his dashing appearance and acting skills.
Ahad was born in Pakistan but lived most of his life in Canada.
His grandfather Raza Mir was once a reputable director and one of the founders of Pakistani Film Industry.
His father Asif Raza Mir has been a successful actor who has been related with Pakistani drama industry for decades.
Ahad Raza Mir’s Father – Asif Raza Mir
Asif Raza Mir is married to Samra Asif.
He reached the peak of his career in the 1980s.
He has acted in a variety of Pakistani films, such as Daaman, Badalte Mausam, Saathi, Playboy, Mere Apne, and Haye Yeh Shohar.
His involvements with the media went away in the 1990s; however he raised again back in 2000.
He additionally acted in a number of drama serials, such as Main Abdul Qadir Hoon and Ishq Gumshuda. His most popular overall performance on television was in Tanhaiyaan.
Ahad Raza Mir’s Brother
Ahad Raza Mir’s younger brother Adnan Raza Mir grabbed a lot of interests from social media when Ahad posted some pictures.
He was right away loved for his handsome looks.
Ahad, later on, revealed in an interview that Adnan had no intentions of stepping into the world of showbiz at all.
Ahad and Sajal Aly
Ahad Raza Mir and Sajal Aly starred together in the popular drama serial Yakeen Ka Safar which was once a huge hit.
This on-screen used to be also be awarded with so many awards at the HUM awards.
The couple recently got engaged.
Ahad has been a part of various TV dramas and after he did BFA in Drama from the University of Calgary, Canada he played the role in theatrical dramas like Jebat The Tempest, A Picture With a Bull, The Intruder, West Side Story, Romeo, and Juliet.
Furthermore, Ahad performed roles in Pakistani drama serials such as Sammi (2017), Yakeen Ka Safar – (2017) Parwaz Hai Junoon (Film – 2018) and is presently sharing the screen with Sajal Aly in Farhat Ishtiaq’s new play, Aangan, on HUM TV, which is making waves amongst masses.
He won so many hearts with his theater performance in Hamlet in Canada for which he is now nominated on international level awards.
Ahad Raza Mir’s overall performance in Coke Studio
He additionally launched the ’60s track by using Ahmed Rushdi – ‘Ko Ko Korina’ alongside with singer Momina Mustehsan.
However, the song did not go nicely and Ahad Raza Mir along Momina Mustehsan were trolled aggressively.
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14 September, 2019