Fawad Khan, one of the most dashing personalities of Pakistan’s showbiz industry, has showed his acting prowess in a very limited number of dramas till now.
The drama serial through which Fawad gained unlimited fame and love was ‘Humsafar’.
Humsafar – Fawad Khan & Mahira Khan
Fawad Khan has showcased his skills in Indian film industry as well. Till now he has been a part of 3 movies Khoobsorat, Kapoor And Sons and Aye Dil Hai Mushkil. However, due to clashes between the two countries, Indian production houses cancelled all the contracts with Pakistani stars.
The last time Fawad Khan’s local project went on air was in 2013 which was ‘Zindagi Gulzar Hai’.
Moreover, The actor’s new Pakistani movies are already lined-up, hoping to see him more in cinemas once the situation gets settled.
Furthermore, here are few interesting facts related to Fawad Khan; in the drama industry he is notorious for rejecting the scripts rather than accepting them. Fawad has rejected some dramas that turned out to be blockbuster serials. Have a look at them:
Written by Khalil-Ur-Rehman Qamar and directed by Nadeem Baig, Pyaray Afzal is one of the blockbuster dramas rejected by the actor. Pyaray Afzal was a romantic serial comprising of twists and turns in which hero dies in the end. Hamza Ali Abbasi and Ayeza Khan was starred in Pyaray Afzal in leading roles.
Shukk was a famous drama serial of 2013 directed by Yasir Nawaz. The drama starred Ayesha Khan, Adeel Hussain and Sanam Saeed. Fawad khan rejected the serial but it was proved to be a blockbuster as well.
Sadqay Tumharay is said to be the real life story of Khalil Ur Rehman Qamar, it was directed by Mohammad Ehteshamuddin. The serial was also rejected by Fawad Khan, however, it starred Mahira Khan as the leading lady but he still rejected to come on screen with her.
Mata -e -Jaan Hai Tu
Mataa-e-Jaan Hai Tu was another Blockbuster drama of its time. Based on the novel, it starred Adeel Hussain and Sarwat Gilani in lead roles. The drama was also offered to Khan at first but later given to Adeel.