Mir Sarwar is an Indian movie actor who was born on 19 February 1977 has acted in many Bollywood films playing a variety of roles. Mir Sarwar started his career as a model in 1999. Later he joined theatre in Delhi and went on to work with renowned directors like M K Raina and Bapi Bose. He has not only worked as an actor but also as a director and a producer in his career. As an actor, Mir Sarwar played various characters in high profile Bollywood films like Bajrangi Bhaijan, Phantom, etc.
In Bajrangi Bhaijan (2015), he was seen playing the role of Rauf, who was the father of the lost Pakistani girl Shahida, who is guided by Salman Khan's character back to Pakistan.In Phantom (2015) he was seen in the role of Sajid Mir who was a terrorist in 26/11. The movie stars
Saif Ali Khan and
Katrina Kaif as its main leads.
After playing these roles in 2015, Mir Sarwar was seen in the role of Hadeed in Dishoom (2016) that starred
Varun Dhawan, and
Jacqueline Fernandez. It was released worldwide on 29 July 2016 and was commercially successful at the box office.
In 2017, he acted in movies like
Jolly LLB 2,
Kaatru Veliyidai, Daddy,
Poster Boys, Ittefaq, 2016
The End, and Bose: Dead/Alive. Mir Sarwar Ali Khan also worked on the production of Mani Ratnam's Tamil film Kaatru Veliyidai (2017) while shooting for it in Hyderabad and Ladakh.
The actor is involved in making Kashmiri films without charging any fee and contributes to the industry’s projects to encourage film making among residents of the area. In 2018, he was seen in Kashmiri films like Kashmir Daily and Half Widow. He was also seen in the role of Lt.Col Hari Nath in Aiyaary (2018) that featured
Rakul Preet Singh,
Naseeruddin Shah, and Anupam Kher.
In 2018, he was also seen in Hindi movies like Bioscopewala, Gaalib, Lateef to Laden, and in the role of Basheer in Kedarnath. In 2019, he acted in movies like Kesari, Notebook, Panipat. He is also set to be seen in an upcoming American film called ‘Dhaka’ directed by Sam Hargrave that will star
David Harbour, Manoj Bajpai,
Golshifteh Farahani, and
Joe Russo was the screenplay writer for the movie.