Pakistani Actors Who Worked in Hollywood
He made many movies such as Pictures Perfect in 1997. Tahir played a villain in Marvel Comics films. He appeared in a role as a leader on Supergirl. He was also seen in the medical drama series Grey’s Anatomy.
AHAD RAZA MEER
LONDON, ENGLAND – OCTOBER 14: Ahad Raza Mir attends a private screening of The Renaissance Awards 2021 at Soho Screening Rooms on October 14, 2021, in London, England. (Photo by David M. Benett/Dave Benett/Getty Images for Eco-Age)He started his career in 2010 at the age of 17. His first drama was “KHAMOSHIYAN“.He also wrote many musicals and plays across Canada. Meer became a remarkable producer of his upcoming drama “KALASHA“. He got married to the actress “SAJAL ALY” on 14 March 2020 in Abu Dhabi. The Couple eventually divorced in March 2020.
Neelam Muneer started her career as a child star on television. She debuts Lollywood and appears in “CHUPAN CHUPAI”. She likes reading books, playing basketball, and chatting with friends. Neelam Muneer has worked hard to make a successful career in acting. She has acted in many dramas and telefilms, including Qaid-e-tanhai, and THORA SA ASMAAN on Geo TV. She is also a part of the Urdu 1 serial Meri Saheli Meri Humjholi.
Meesha Shafi was born in Lahore Pakistan 1981. She did her A Levels from Lahore Grammar School and graduated with a degree in fine arts from the National College of Arts in 2007. In 2016, She became a Canadian citizen.
Mikaal Zulfiqar was born on 5th September 1981. He has appeared in a number of Pakistani television Series. He is one of the highest-paid Pakistani actors. Mikaal came into the Pakistani television industry with the drama series “SAIQA” in 2009. Zulfiqar is famous for his appearance in the comedy commercial UFONE.
In conclusion, the Top 7 Pakistani actors in Hollywood have been a remarkable event, showcasing the diverse ability that the country has to offer on the global stage. These actors have not only displayed their exceptional acting skills but have also broken down barriers and stereotypes, contributing to the increasing representation of South Asian ability in the international film industry.