Ahmed Ali Akbar, the famous actor in Parizaad, is ready to appear on the TV screen again after a long time.
Ahmed Ali Akbar shared the poster of his upcoming project on Instagram and wrote, “My latest project, ‘Idiot,’ is coming soon, starring Mansha Pasha. This project was written by Kifayat Rodani and directed by Anjum Shehzad. Is given.
Idiot starring Mansha and Ahmed Ali – Story
Ahmed Ali Akbar and Mansha Pasha will be seen together in Idiot after four years. In the poster, Ahmed and Mansha sit on a bench, looking at each other. From the poster, it seem to be a love story.
The same poster was shared by Kifayat Rodani, in the audio of which Ahmed Ali Akbar roars, “If you can’t live yourself, will you not let others live their life too?”
Story of Lal Kabutar
Last appearance of Mansha Pasha and Ahmed Ali Akbar were in the movie ‘Lal Kabutar.’ Story of Lal Kabutar can be summed up in a few lines, it is the story of a taxi driver from Karachi who wants to go to Dubai to improve his financial situation, and for this, he needs 3 lakh rupees, which he has to get with his criminal friends. He pretends to hijack a taxi with him, and during this drama, he accidentally meets a girl whose journalist husband is killed by a local builder by an unknown target killer.
Ahmed Ali Akbar has played the role of a taxi driver in Lal Kabutar, and he does well in this role, while Mansha Pasha plays the part of the murdered journalist’s wife.
Ahmed Ali Akbar role in Parizaad
Apart from Lal Kabuter, Ahmed Ali Akbar also played the lead role in the most popular drama ‘Parizaad’; he was also awarded the best actor award for this drama.
Akbar Ali Akbar played the role of a simple-minded, fair-skinned true man in the play, with whom many women develop relationships but do not marry.
There is an exciting twist in ‘Parizaad’ when Ahmed Ali Akbar is blessed with massive wealth by his master ‘Seath’
‘Parizaad’ was well received for its realistic portrayal of the story and characters and was aired every week on ‘Hum TV’ while the last episode of the drama was released in theatres.
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