In a Lovable Birthday Wish, Sajal Ali Gets Excited Over Ahad Raza Mir

In an image she posted recently, Sajal Ali and her better half, Ahad Raza Mir, looked inseparable.

Ahad, who turned 27 years old on Tuesday, was treated to an adorable birthday wish on Instagram by his loving wife.

In the picture, while holding onto each other tightly in a close embrace, the two can be seen packing on the PDA.

Sajal can be seen smiling warmly at his side as Ahad holds her face up in affection.

“My one and only happy birthday. May you always shine,” the Alif starlet captioned the love-filled photo.

n Abu Dhabi, UAE, Sajal and Ahad tied the knot at an undisclosed venue.

This year, on March 14, their wedding celebrations took place with close friends and relatives attending.

Ahad Raza Mir is a Canadian-Pakistani actor and singer. Mir is known for his roles as in Pakistani television serials and films, and for his appearance in musical show Coke Studio. Mir has established a career in Pakistan and has earned praise for portraying unconventional roles on screen, and is the recipient of a Lux Style Award.

The son of actor Asif Raza Mir, before pursuing acting on television, Mir worked as a theater artist in Canada while studying at the University of Calgary. Mir returned to Pakistan in 2015 and first earned recognition with the television series Sammi (2017).

A leading role in the romantic drama Yaqeen Ka Safar (2017) proved to be a breakthrough for him, earning him critical acclaim and a Lux Style Award for Best Actor.Mir established himself by portraying a fighter pilot in the combat-war film Parwaaz Hay Junoon (2018),

A poet in the pre-partition period drama Aangan (2018), an army officer in the coming-of-age Ehd-e-Wafa (2019), and an avenger in the revenge drama Yeh Dil Mera (2019).

Early life:

Ahad Raza Mir was born on 29 September 1993 in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. He is the son of Asif Raza Mir, a veteran actor and producer of the Pakistani film and television industry; and Samra Raza Mir.

His paternal grandfather, Raza Mir, was a filmmaker who also served as cinematographer for the first ever Pakistani film, Teri Yaad (1948).Fellow actor and singer Haroon Shahid is his cousin. Mir Attended a Performing Arts High School,and graduated from the University of Calgary with a Bachelor of Fine Arts


Career beginnings and stage roles (2010–2016)
Mir started his career in 2010, playing a brief role in Hum TV’s romantic-drama Khamosiyan.[10] In Canada he began his bachelors in BBA but later changed his major to BFA to pursue his career in acting, he explained, “for as long as I can remember, acting is the only career that I’ve wanted to pursue in my life, although I was enjoying BBA but I realized half way through that I wasn’t internally happy.

I discerned that when you have a plan A, there’s no point of having a plan B. There should be one plan and it should be your only goal, that’s when I decided to make the switch and changed from BBA to BFA in the University of Calgary.” Mir started his career on stage, performing, directing and writing in several musicals and plays across Canada. Mir wanted to move to Toronto, but instead decided to go back to Pakistan to work in films and television,

“It was one fine morning when I got this wild idea of moving to Pakistan as I had not been back for over a decade. Ever since that decision, I’ve been quite lucky and very grateful to be accepted as an actor.”

Rise to prominence (2017–present)

In 2017, he started auditioning for Hum TV’s production house MD Productions and was cast as a leading role in Yaqeen Ka Safar and a recurring role in Sammi, the latter went into production early but he gained a wider recognition and fame with the former where he played a grief-stricken brother as Dr. Asfand Yaar,alongside Sajjal Ali.His performance earned him Lux Style Award for Best Actor, and won three Hum Awards including Hum Award for Actor

he attributes his success to producer and filmmaker Momina Duraid, Mir said in an interview, “Momina Duraid has followed my career closely for the longest time. I was in Canada when she called me to offer the part. The goal has been to do a film since I was very young, and so I knew that I had to pack my bags and come to Pakistan right away.”

Coming from an influential filmmaking family, Ahad was accused of nepotism to which his father said it is very “natural of people to made that comment” and acknowledged that “to some extent it was easier because there was a reference” but has also said “regardless of his family name, and he’s been able to overcome this, proving his mettle on his own.”Responding to such claims Mir said, “people kept telling me I was a star-kid, I spent most of my time not knowing that. It was oblivious to me.

I wanted people to take me, as an actor, very seriously. I’m not a social media celebrity, I’m not here to become famous; I’’m here to give Pakistan some good cinema and TV.”Talking about the difference in Canadian and Pakistani film exposure he said, “my vital years were spent in Canada and after moving here I feel I am very lucky that I got so much. But the adjustments I had to make were about life, like getting used to the weather,

the way people worked and their punctuality here.”He further said, “here [In Pakistan] you need to have connections, your looks matter, how many followers you have etc. Talent, I feel, comes right at the end and sadly I feel Pakistan has more celebrities and less actors.”


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