Fawad Khan In Ms Marvel Has One Episode Centric To His Role, Fans Delighted

Ms Marvel is receiving attention from all parts of the world. Because of the recent episode, we can clearly see audiences from India and Pakistan, loving the series even more for their favourite actor Fawad Khan. The recent episode had two Pakistani actors playing the grandparents’ role of Ms Marvel aka Imam Vellani. The series also has some music from Pakistan.

Fawad Khan and Mehwish Hayat are playing the role of Ms Marvel’s grandparents, also the freedom fighters before the Partition of 1947. Indeed, both the actors owned the episode and everyone is loving them. The Marvel series has brought Pakistani talent in front of an international audience. The show is streaming on Disney+ Hotstar, dropping fresh episodes every Wednesday.

Fawad Khan In Ms Marvel

In the second last episode, Fawad Khan came in a blink of seconds that got his fans to worry about his role. But in the fifth episode, Fawad Khan played an all-out character. Both Mehwish and Fawad were part of the almost entire episode. Aisha played by Mehwish, from whom Kamala Khan inherits the magical bangle, Hasan played by Fawad Khan, is a Muslim freedom fighter in British-occupied India.

Fawad Khan has earlier made international fans with his two super hit Lollywood dramas- Humsafar and Zindagi Gulzar Hai. Both the shows have fans across the globe, and the show is dubbed in many languages. Likewise, the show has been buzzing with reactions from the viewers, many missing him in Bollywood too.

About Ms Marvel

Ms Marvel is an American television miniseries created by Bisha K. Ali for the streaming service Disney+. It is based on the Marvel Comics character Kamala Khan / Ms Marvel. Kamala Khan first appeared in Captain Marvel #14 in August 2013. However, she immediately found her way into other kinds of media, including the animated series Rising and computer games like Marvel’s Avengers.

Mashfak Qureshi is an entertainment journalist, who brings facts and knowledge in the simplest form and believes in questioning.