Ahad Raza Mir Wins Indian Film And TV Critic's Heart
Indian Film Critic Praises Ahad Raza Mir's Talent
Ahad Raza Mir is one of the most talented actors in the Pakistan entertainment industry. The actor has made great strides over the past few years and won over his critics and made millions of fans in the process.
So much so, that the Ehd-e-Wafa superstar is winning the hearts of our neighbors as well. India has been embroiled in an ugly war of words related to the nepotism so abundantly prevalent in Bollywood and its effects on talented actors after the death of Sushant Singh Rajput and so, it makes an Indian critics comments about Ahad Raza Mir all the more worthwhile.
How so? Ahad Raza Mir is Asif Raza Mir's son and despite being kept out of the limelight during his childhood, he found an easier route into the industry, courtesy of his father. However, how he chose to win millions of hearts was always up to Ahad Raza Mir along and he did so, magnificently.
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Acting runs in Ahad Raza Mir's blood and the Pakistani entertainment industry was always his true calling. That’s why the Parwaaz Hai Junoon actor is not just loved by Pakistanis but has a fan following internationally as well.
He’s made a place for himself through sheer hard work and dedication which is often reflected in his work. Not only is the Yaqeen Ka Safar star being applauded in Pakistan, but his fame has also reached India.
The actor, married to famous actress Sajal Aly, has managed to climb to ladder of success in such a short span of time.
Indian film and television critic, Salil Arunkumar Sand took to Twitter to appreciate Ahad’s work.
"We have actors, we have method actors but we have very few gifted actors, and Ahad Raza Mir you fall into category three, effortlessly magical. Loads of success and power to you!!"
We have actors, we have method actors but we have very few gifted actors and #AhadRazaMir you fall into category three, effortlessly magical. Loads of success and power to you!! #StayBlessed @ahadrazzamir @Humtvnetwork pic.twitter.com/ajnPXEgNkp— salil arunkumar sand (@isalilsand) September 1, 2020
The critic also attached a picture from Ahad and Sajal Aly’s drama Yeh Dil Mera that aired on HUM TV.
While political relations between Pakistan and India might not be as friendly as they once were, it’s good to see that nothing seems to stop art and entertainment from spreading love and positivity.