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Mohib Mirza Talks About His First Role In The Television Industry

Mohib Mirza is a brilliant actor of the Lollywood industry. He has done so many projects in different segments if showbiz industry.

His famous plays include Sheher-e-zaat, Dil Ruba, Deedan, Dushman-e-jaan. Her next project is ARY Digital play Neeli Zinda Hey.

The actor recently appeared on GMP Shaan-e-Suhoor where he spoke about his early days on showbiz.

Also, in current episode of Shaan-e-Suhoor Humayun Saeed and Waseem Badami also made a surprise entry.

Mohib’s Entry In Showbiz

Speaking about joining the showbiz world, he said, “I wrote a play to raise money for my fee, Khalid Butt loved my writing, did our auditions where I was rejected and my friend was chosen but he didn’t get permission from his father which opened the door for me”

He added, “I had Nida Kazmi with me in the theater, she said I am a good actor, my mother Sahira Kazmi is doing the upcoming Zaib-un-Nisa drama, so you can just come over to PTV ” .

Mohib also said, “Nida took me to the PTV studio where I saw the entire reading period of Sania Saeed and Adnan Siddiqui, read my lines and received compliments from Sahira Kazmi.”

” Sahira told Adnan to see and learn from me, Adnan then stood up and hugged me and that’s how I am here, I didn’t have to do that much struggle “, added Mohib.

Mohib And Mahira On Shaan-e-Suhoor

Sheher-e-Zaat co-stars reunited in GMP Shaan-e-suhoor where they had heart to heart discussions. Both the actors were wearing black and were looking adorable.

Mahira Khan and Mohib Mirza are two extreamly talented Pakistani actors. Mahira’s immense star power makes her distinctive among all the celebrities.

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