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‘Pyarey Afzal’ is a heart touching story of a young man’s struggle, to win the woman of his dreams. Using words to paint canvases of love and affection. He expresses his desires in letters, but keeps them a secret. But when a conflict arises between families, the young man is forced to leave his home, a situation that exposes his hidden. Wajahat Afzal Pyarey. 403 likes 3 talking about this. Pyarey Afzal, I always used to have a pride for being a stone-hearted guy, but unfortunately yesterday I lost this pride while I was about to finish its last episode and found that I was shedding tears like never before. When the credits of the last episode were being shown and the reprise version of the song 'Pyaar ko Pyaar mila' was being.

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  • He is known for his roles as Afzal in the drama serial Pyarey Afzal, and as Salahuddin in the drama serial Mann Mayal.Hamza Ali Abbasi-Wikipedia
  • Her performance in the 2014 social drama Pyarey Afzal earned her critical acclaim and Lux Style Award for Best Television Actress.Ayeza Khan-Wikipedia
  • He has directed various television serials such as Ladies Park (2011), Omer Dadi Aur Gharwale (2012), Annie Ki Ayegi Baraat (2012) and Pyarey Afzal (2013).2019's most high rated drama which is shown by ARY Digital, (Mere Paas Tum Ho) is also on his credit as director.Nadeem Baig (director)-Wikipedia
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  • Khan has played the leading roles in several television shows including Zard Mausam (2012), Adhoori Aurat (2013), Mere Meherbaan (2014), Do Qadam Door Thay (2014), Pyarey Afzal (2014), Tum Kon Piya (2016), Mohabbat Tumse Nafrat Hai (2017), Koi Chand Rakh (2018), Yaariyan (2019).Ayeza Khan-Wikipedia
  • In her acting career, she is widely known for her leading roles in the television series Mera Saaein 2 (2012), Meri Saheli Meri Humjoli (2012), Tootey Huwey Per (2013), Nanhi (2013), Pyarey Afzal (2013), Malika-e-Aliya'>Malika-e-Aliya (2014), Bhanwar (2014), and Malika-e-Aliya Season 2 (2015)Anoushay Abbasi-Wikipedia

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حمزہ علی عباسی
Born23 June 1984 (age 36)[1][2]
NationalityPakistani
Alma materQuaid-i-Azam University
University of Pennsylvania
Occupation
Years active2006–present
Known forPyaray Afzal
Waar
Jawani Phir Nahi Ani
Parwaaz Hay Junoon
Spouse(s)
(m. 2019)​

Hamza Ali Abbasi (Urdu/Punjabi: حمزہ علی عباسی; born 23 June 1984) is a Pakistani former[3] film and television actor[4][5] and director. He is known for his roles as Afzal in the drama serial Pyarey Afzal, and as Salahuddin in the drama serial Mann Mayal.[6]

Abbasi began his acting career in 2006 in the play Dally in the Dark, which was produced by Shah Shahrahbeel. He made his film debut in a short film, The Glorious Resolve (2010), directed by Bilal Lashari. In 2013, he appeared in two feature films, Main Hoon Shahid Afridi and Waar,[7] for which he received the Best Star Debut Male and Best Supporting Actor awards at the 1st ARY Film Awards.[8]

Family[edit]

Abbasi was born into a Punjabi[9][10] family of civil servants to Major (Retd) Mazhar Ali Abbasi, an army officer, and Begum Nasim Akhtar Chaudhry, a politician affiliated with the Pakistan Peoples Party.[11] His sister, Fazeela Abbasi, is a dermatologist.[12]

Education[edit]

He gained his Bachelor's in International Relations from the United States and his Master's in the same subject from the Quaid-e-Azam University.[13][14]

He also passed the CSS exams and was working as a civil service officer in the police group before abandoning the job to concentrate on his passions, film-making and acting.[15]

Career[edit]

He started his career in 2006 as a theatre actor and appeared in several plays such as Bombay Dreams, Phantom of the Opera, and Home is Where Your Clothes Are. He made his directorial debut with the feature film Mud House and the Golden Doll, which he describes as a simple story about simple people.[16] He considers his breakthrough to be the movie Waar (2013) : he was initially an assistant director to Bilal Lashari, before the later offered him a role in the movie, that he considers important for his future career.[13] He voiced Baba Bandook, the main antagonist, and Vadero Pajero in the Unicorn Black produced animated series, Burka Avenger.[17]

Politics[edit]

Being a supporter of the political party Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, of which he was elected the cultural secretary in January 2018 before quitting the function in April of the same year because he didn't feel 'to represent Pakistan’s culture' through his movies,[18] it has led Abbasi to release controversial statements and accusation over twitter and BOL Network.

In 2018 he exposed journalist and former wife of Imran Khan, Reham Khan, by revealing the manuscript of the book beforehand. She also claimed to have been threatened directly by Humza Ali Abbasi via emails. When Abbasi denied the claim, Khan further stated that it was gimmick of Reham Khan's to malign him because of his closeness to Imran Khan.[19]

Personal life[edit]

In 2019 he married Naimal Khawar Khan. The couple have a son. Abbasi is a muslim, converted from Athiesm to Islam.[20]

Theatre[edit]

YearPlayDirector
2006Dally in the DarkShah Shahrahbeel
2007Bombay Dreams
Home is Where Your Clothes Are
The Addams Family
2008Phantom of the Opera
2009Tom, Dick and Harry
2010Moulin RougeGhazala Siddiqui
2011Bombay Dreams

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Key
Film are currently on Cinema
Denotes films that have not yet been released
YearTitleRoleDirectorNotes
2011The Glorious ResolveTariqDocumentary film
Mudhouse And The Golden DollMalangYesDirectorial debut
2013Main Hoon Shahid AfridiMaulvi MajeedARY Film Award for Best Star Debut Male
WaarEhtishamARY Film Award for Best Supporting Actor
2015Jawani Phir Nahi AniSaif
2016Ho Mann JahaanMalang BabaCameo appearance
2017Shaan-e-IshqMehwish's BrotherCameo appearance
2018Parwaaz Hay Junoon[21]Hamza
Jawani Phir Nahi Ani 2Saifspecial appearance as Imran Khan
2019The Legend of Maula JattNoori Natt
TBAKambakhtYesFilm in re-working process

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Television[edit]

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YearTitleRoleNote(s)
2012Meray Dard Ko Jo Zuban MileySalaar/AzamTV Debut
2013–2015Burka AvengerBaba BandookVoice Over
2013Pyaray AfzalAfzal SubhanullahDrama serial[22]
Ek Tha Raja aur Ek Thi RaniFarhanTelefilm
Gullo Weds GulliGulloTelefilm
2016Mann MayalSalahuddinDrama serial
2019AlifQalb-e-MominDrama Serial[23]

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Hosting and judging[edit]

YearShowRoleChannelNotes
20141st ARY Film AwardsCo-hostARY Digital[24]
20153rd Hum AwardsCo-hostHum TV
2018Debate HeadquartersHostBOL Network
2019Pakistan StarJudgeBOL Network

Awards and nominations[edit]

Pyarey Afzal Episode 1

YearNominee / workAwardResult
ARY Film Awards
2014WaarARY Film Award for Best Supporting Actor[25]Won
Main Hoon Shahid AfridiARY Film Award for Best Star Debut Male[25]Won
2016Jawani Phir Nahi AniBest Supporting Actor[26]Won
Lux Style Awards
2015Pyarey AfzalBest TV Actor[27]Won
2016Best Dressed Male[28]Won
Hum TV Awards
2017Mann MayalBest Actor Popular[29]Won
2017Mann MayalBest Onscreen Couple[29]Won
International Pakistan Prestige Awards
2017Style Icon of the Year Male[30][31]Won

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References[edit]

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  2. ^Web Desk (12 May 2016), 'Six Pakistani celebrities and their real age', New Tribe. Retrieved 30 April 2019.
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  9. ^Staff (13 November 2017), 'Hamza Ali Abbasi tries to teach Punjabi to Mahira Khan', DunyaNews. Retrieved 22 November 2019.
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  11. ^Entertainment Desk (24 January 2015), 'Hamza Ali Abbasi appointed PTI Karachi's culture secretary', Dawn News. Retrieved 5 July 2018
  12. ^Saira Khan (22 January 2018), 'Eyes are the first thing I notice in a girl,' Hamza Ali Abbasi', hipinpakistan. Retrieved 5 October 2018.
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  14. ^Saif Ali (10 November 2015), 'These Facts About Hamza Ali Abbasi’s Life Will Leave You Speechless!', Parlho. Retrieved 14 April 2019.
  15. ^Jaffar Abbas Zaidi (9 February 2014), 'Hamza Ali Abbasi – A Story of His Own', The Nation. Retrieved 14 April 2019.
  16. ^'Hamza Ali Abbasi – our reason to believe in Pakistani cinema'. Archived from the original on November 4, 2013. Retrieved November 3, 2013.
  17. ^'Burka Avenger all set to sweep negative elements off their feet'. thenews.com.pk. Retrieved November 3, 2013.
  18. ^Asia Afzal (1 April 2015), 'Hamza Ali Abbasi resigns as PTI Cultural Secretary', Business Recorder. 14 April 2019.
  19. ^Hussain, Danish. 'PTI ups hostility to Reham's book a notch'. The Express Tribune. Retrieved June 3, 2018.
  20. ^'Hamza Ali Abbasi quits acting, reveals journey from atheism to Islam'. The Express Tribune. November 15, 2019. Retrieved March 17, 2021.
  21. ^Khan, Saira (September 8, 2016). 'Hamza Ali Abbasi will not be a part of JPNA 2'. HIP.
  22. ^'Pyaray Afzal vs Nawaz Shareef's speech and winner is.'The Express Tribune. Fatima Majeed. Retrieved August 16, 2014.
  23. ^'ALIF: Hamza Ali Abbasi and Sajal Ali's new drama serial – Watch on Geo TV'. www.thenews.com.pk.
  24. ^'ARY boasts of first ever ARY Film Awards 2014 BizAsia Media The UK's only Asian media news site'. Media247.co.uk. Archived from the original on March 3, 2016. Retrieved May 23, 2016.
  25. ^ ab'ARY Film Awards – the full list of winners'. Karachista Pakistani Fashion & Lifestyle Mag. April 28, 2014.
  26. ^Iqbal, Sahar (April 18, 2016). 'ARY Film Awards 2016: Complete Winners' List, Event Highlights & Pictures'.
  27. ^Ahmed, Bismah (October 1, 2015). 'Lux Style Awards 2015 Winners' List & Highlights'.
  28. ^'Complete list of winners of 15th LUX Style Awards 2016 Samaa Digital'. Samaa TV.
  29. ^ ab'Here's is the winners list of '5th HUM Awards 2017''. Daily Pakistan Global.
  30. ^'International Pakistan Prestige Awards Nominations Revealed!'. Brandsynario. September 11, 2017. Retrieved September 18, 2017.
  31. ^'The first International Pakistan Prestige Awards take place in London'. Daily Times. September 24, 2017. Retrieved September 24, 2017.

External links[edit]

  • Hamza Ali Abbasi at IMDb
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