Actors who impressed – Ali Rehman Khan, Hina Altaf, Aashir Wajahat & more. Find out which actors made it to our list!
Ali Rehman Khan as Shehroz in Meri Shehzadi
Ali throws us many shades of a chameleon as Shehroz switches moods and succeeds in cajoling Dania to do exactly what he wants. His political naivete coupled with ruthlessness in relationships makes us want to mark his journey with every successive episode.
Hina Altaf as Hooriya in Agar
Hina is giving us endearing, carefree, outspoken young girl moments. Hooriya’s sole purpose in life is to marry & begin a new life that involves zero housework or boring academics and she’s getting there one episode at a time.
Sami Khan as Wasay in Tinkay Ka Sahara
Sami Khan aptly portrays angry, threatening, not-in-control Wasay turned into cornered, confused, bewildered Wasay in a matter of seconds. A riveting performance there!
Savera Nadeem as Rukhsana in Wehem
Savera Nadeem has shown the proud, not to be beaten, scheming Rukhsana in subtle undertones. She sends shivers down our spine with her silent, calculating expressions – well done there!
Usama Khan as Farrukh in Agar
Usama is making us enjoy the young side of life – light-hearted romance, sweet nothings and the eager energy of young love make us smile and take a break!
Laiba Khan as Nida in Kaisi Teri Khudgharzi
Laiba is making us feel deeply sorry for Nida. Her frustration coupled with disappointment as she is let down by people around her is very well reflected in a subtle, relatable performance.
Qavi Sahab as Nana in Meri Shehzadi
Qavi Sahab turns out a frail in body, yet strong at heart grandfather who wants to be reassured that his granddaughter is happy in her marriage. We feel for his helplessness.
Aashir Wajahat as Azaan in Pinjra
Aashir is turning out a performance that resonates with the older sibling in us. Perplexed, confused, and helpless, he reflects all shades of Azaan’s dilemma as the oldest child of a family who struggles to improve things around him but can’t.
Janice Tessa as Zoya in Habs
Janice portrays the anguish, defiance, and selfishness of Zoya yet again. She’s cornered but won’t give in, yet we glimpse her vulnerable side at times. Despite her outspokenness, she has our sympathy, and we fear for her final outcome!
Dania Anwar as Bano in Habs
Bano’s sense of pride as she battles with her mother to not ask Basit for money again, her subtle yet impactful interaction with Soha & her sense of self-respect have made her one of our favourite characters in Habs!
Did your favourite actors make it to the list?