Pakistan’s national crush Fawad Khan is one of the most diverse actors in the Lollywood. This Pakistani actor, producer, screenwriter, model, and singer has won several awards including a Filmfare Award, three Lux Style Awards and six Hum Awards.
The heartthrob began his career in a television sitcom Jutt and Bond. Aside from that, he also made a rock band, Entity Paradigm, with the show’s co-stars and began his music career as its lead singer. The band also performed in the finale of the Pepsi Battle of the Bands in 2002.
After about 250 performances, he left his band and went off to pursue his film career. His first film appearance as a supporting role in Shoaib Mansoor’s socio-drama, Khuda Kay Liye (2007), one of Pakistan’s highest-grossing films.
We’ve witnessed him performing in various famous drama serials as well as Bollywood movies. He is also a founder of a design house along with his wife Sadaf.
Fawad Khan recently celebrated his birthday and tributes flowed in.
A classic love story that never gets old. Fawad Khan co-starred alongside Mahira Khan in this hit drama serial. The story is about forced marriage turned into an epic love affair. To this day, people haven’t forgotten their beautiful chemistry.
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Another amazing romantic comedy. The story is about Kashaf (Sanam Saeed) a self-possessed woman, has been raised by her single mother. Her life changes when she meets Zaroon (Fawad Khan) and falls in love with him.
We loved the little comedy between the two, adding life to the story.
Based on the novel Bano by Razia Butt, the drama serial is based on the partition of India and the resulting independence of Pakistan, taking place between 1947 and 1956. The story follows Bano (Sanam Baloch) and Hassan (Fawad Khan), as they face the trials and tribulations caused by the 1947 independence.
If you want to see the dark side of the actor (just on-screen of course), then this is the drama you should watch. The drama is about a working mother Masooma (Nadia Jamil) who after her husband’s death takes responsibility for raising her daughter Maha (Sajal Ali). But things change after Jamal (Fawad Khan) enters into their lives.
How can we forget when he made a mark in Bollywood? Khoobsurat is a Bollywood movie where Fawad played a prince. Milli (Sonam Kapoor), a quirky physiotherapist, works for a royal family, but their cold demeanor troubles her. Soon, she discovers the reason behind their behavior and falls in love with the young prince.
With this movie, Fawad didn’t just gain fame in Pakistan and India but all over the world.
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