We read up on Pakistani actors and celebrities and turns out the following five men are very underrated. We were even more shocked because all of them have had amazing educational backgrounds and are bursting with passions that need to be recognized.
Usman’s family was not supportive of his dreams to become a filmmaker which was why he turned to Journalism.
Usman has done his fair share of theater but a lesser known fact about him is that he was also the cinematographer for “Parchi” in addition to acting in the film.
Born in Karachi, Sikandar’s boyish charm forced us to dig up stuff about him. Turns out, good looks run in the family.
Sikandar moved to Switzerland for higher education. It was there that he enrolled in École hôtelière de Lausanne, a hospitality school from where he graduated in 2006.
Sikandar made his Lollywood debut in 2015 in the film, “Daikh Magar Pyar Se” –don’t mind if we do!
Celebrated for “Waar“, but we’d much rather talk about his rugged looks. After receiving education locally,
Bilal went to the US to attend school at Academy of Arts, San Francisco. There he earned a Bachelor’s degree in Fine arts with concentrations in Motion Pictures and Television.
However, that’s not the only reason he’s on our list today. Bilal’s captivating appeal got him a role in “Jawaani Phir Nahi Aani” alongside Hamza Ali Abbasi. He’s brimming with talent and a plethora of good looks and we can’t get enough!
We’re outraged that eye candy like Ammar Belal is behind the stage?! Unacceptable!
Extremely enthusiastic about social change, Ammar is a Pakistani designer who graduated from Parsons School of Design. He’s won numerous awards internationally and has also been the recipient for a Lux Style Award in 2015.
The hazel-eyed designer probably doesn’t even have to try, he’s an entire package.
His breathtakingly, undeniably, effortlessly adorable smile isn’t the talk of the town and we are not happy about it!
Adeel graduated with a Masters degree in Marketing from Dublin, Ireland. He’s passionate about drawing, writing, film and photography. We would definitely want to see more of him on screen.
These Pakistani Actors have a lot of success awaiting them in the future and we can’t wait for them to achieve it!
Maryam’s a Communication and Design major and an English and Comparative Literature minor at Habib University. She thoroughly enjoys reading South Asian Literature and is a Partition Literature enthusiast, who is often found admiring the origins of cultural theory.
While one may occasionally find her at events catering to art and culture in Karachi, she would much rather be home binge-watching British comedy.
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