With Pakistani TV Actor, things have happened in the reverse order – he made his debut in films and then migrated from films to TV serials, which surely goes against the normal trend. But keeping in tune with his penchant for adventure sports like scuba diving, flying and hunting, Asad is a self confessed “adventurer” and bold enough in whatever he does or comes across. Although not one to have originally thought about an acting career, nor having taken any initial formal training for it, he grabbed the opportunity, prompted by his impulsive nature, when the opportunity came his way, back in 1989. 
 
As mentioned, Asad Malik started his acting stint as a film actor in 1989, though none of the movies in which he featured could be referred to in any glowing terms, starting off with a horror movie entitled “Pamela”. As his film career really did not take off in any way that would have given him any encouragement, he turned his attention to drama, which still is considered the best art form in Pakistan to show case one’s acting talents. After a brief period of internship, Asad caught the eyes of discerning theater goers with his acting in the 1993 drama serial “Dasht”, shot in the backdrop of Balochistan with a woman centric theme, in the year 1993. 
 
That was a turning point in his career, and from then onwards Asad demonstrated his inherent talent as an actor to the theatre world at large. Side by side, with his name spreading as an actor, he took up modelling opportunities that came his way, side by side with his acting. He then went on to act in quite a few plays of that period, for the then sole TV channel - PTV. Some of these plays like the family drama “Janey Anjaney”, tale of brothers and sisters, “Aansoo” and the slightly controversial “Niqab” most of them penned by the legendary writer Haseena Moin and aired in early 2000 on PTV made Asad a front runner on Pakistani TV. 
 
Completing a series of fairly successful drama serials for PTV, Asad had also gone over to the private satellite channels when the opportunity came, featuring in “Dil Moti Ke Mole” for ATV, followed by two more for the same channel titled “Adhoori Film Ki Puri Kahani” and the other one called “Angoori”. “Larkiyan Mohallay Ki” followed with Hum TV as well as “Kaisi Yeh Deewangi”, also for Hum TV. His sole appearance for Geo TV at that time was “Buri Aurat”. His appearances ranged from social, romantic, family as well as slightly adult themes. With his success on the TV screen, Asad Malik had confided in several forums that he harbours no intentions to try his luck once again in films, and is quite confident about his future, describing himself as more of a self made man, rather than someone who has followed someone else’s footsteps or guidance in the growth of his career.
Anwar Iqbal Hindi Actor

Anwar Iqbal

Anwar Iqbal Baloch is a Pakistani veteran TV director and actor. In 1966, Anwar finished his schooling from Marie Colaco School in Karachi. He began his vocation from PTV Karachi Center Network. Anwar has acted in numerous shows of Pakistan Tv Network. He is a child of a famous politician Mr. Haji Muhammed Iqbal Baloch from Balochistan, who assumed an important part in the autonomy of Pakistan and in addition to highlighting the significance of "Gawadar" port to the government of Pakistan.  He got credits with the making of ‘Hammal o Mahganj’, a story of Hani ShehMureed, the first feature film of Balochi, directed by Owais Iqbal Baloch in Pakistan. The screenplay was composed by Syed Zahoor Shah Hashmi, an academician, while Nazar was the motion picture's music maker. The film was ready to be released with Bambino Cinema of Karachi, when the protest erupted against the screening making it the first and last production of Balochi. Anwar finished his Master’s degree from Karachi University in 1976 and initiated his profession in 1976 by acting and producing "Hammal o Mahganj". Three years later, he went ahead to create "Dosten jo Piar," the Sindhi show, yet he got his real leap forward with ‘Shama’, the mainstream family dramatization, which turned into a huge achievement. Anwar credits his accomplishment on the silver screen to Qasim Jalali, the veteran executive, and the maker of ‘Fatima Surayya Bajia’. His first direction started with "Ishq Pecha," the drama featuring Mumtaz, Ali Ejaz and Sheikh Iqbal in 1984. From that point on, he worked in endless Sindhi and Urdu dramatizations. Anwar is especially noted for his significant epic parts, for which he has been valued by, among others, Agha Nasir, the veteran PTV chief for his exceptional portrayal of the remarkable character "Shiwani Khan" in "Babur" the PTV Series based on ‘Babur’, the first Mughal emperor. He is likewise a well-known Teacher, educating at Rehan School and working with a private channel named ‘Ary’.

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