Fawad Afzal Khan is not just talented, good looking and charming but has a very pleasing personality too that has won him a fan following that many could not even dream of. He came, he saw, he conquered…there is no another way to put it.
We hope that actor finds good movies in the Pakistan and becomes a pillar in the cinematography which causes a revival of our golden era in the movies. Like he also said:
“THE PAKISTANI FILM INDUSTRY IS ON A REVIVAL COURSE. THERE IS SOME QUALITY WORK HAPPENING AND I AM GLAD TO BE PART OF IT,” Fawad khan
We are presenting you the six times actor made us mesmerise by his good looks and acting skills.
(Sarmad) of Khuda Kay Liye
Khuda Kay Liye (also released as In The Name of God in international markets) is a 2007 Pakistani drama film directed by Shoaib Mansoor and stars Shaan, Fawad Afzal Khan and Iman Ali in pivotal roles. Fawad Khan got much applause and praise for the role of Sarmad by the fans and critics.
(Ashar Hussain) of Humsafar
Humsafar revolves around the trials and tribulations of a married couple – Ashar and Khirad (Mahira Khan). Ashar goes through an entire gamut of emotions in the story from getting into a forced marriage, falling in love with his wife, separating and hating her to death and then finally reconciling with her. The kind of depth Fawad lent to this character is indeed commendable.
(Zaroon Junaid) of Zindagi Gulzar Hai
Fawad became an overnight sensation after this show, and the reason lies in his honest portrayal of Zaroon Junaid, a filthy rich, bit snobbish, flirty yet sensible guy. The story revolves around two persons, opposite in thoughts and financial status, who end up falling in love with each other.
(Vikram Singh Rathore) of Khoobsurat
Now when I look back, I feel there is no one in the industry, Who could have pulled off the role of a Rajput royal as gracefully as he did? His persona oozed royalty and nobility. His innate tehzeeb and nazaakat helped him portray the character wonderfully.
(Rahul Kapoor) of Kapoor & Sons
Who could have thought that a mainstream hero, .who hails from a relatively conservative country like Pakistan, would agree to play a role of a gay in a big-budget Bollywood film? But this man did and how. India hadn’t seen a more matured portrayal of a gay character before.
(DJ Ali) of Ae Dil Hai Mushkil
Now, what do I say about this? Those who didn’t like the film say that Fawad was the best part about it and those who did, say they wish he had more scenes. So you see that’s what he does to a film.