Imran Abbas Naqvi
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|Imran Abbas Naqvi
عمران عباس نقوی
Abbas at Zindagi TV channel launch
|Born||Imran Abbas Naqvi
October 15, 1982
|Alma mater||National College of Arts|
|Years active||2003 – present|
Imran Abbas Naqvi (Urdu: عمران عباس نقوی) (born October 15, 1982) is a Pakistani actor and model. He is best known for his performance as Hammad/Maddy in Khuda Aur Muhabbat. After working for several years in TV dramas, Khan made his Lollywood debut in Anjuman.
Early life and career
Abbas studied architecture at the National College of Arts in Lahore. He is an actor and an architect. He also writes Urdu poetry. Abbas entered into Pakistani Lollywood films and then became very popular through Pakistani television dramas, telefilms and soaps. He has recently stepped into the Indian film industry Bollywood for his role in an Indian movie. He made his Lollywood debut in 2013 Pakistani film Anjuman opposite Sara Loren, Sohai Ali Abro and Alyy Khan.
Talking about his Bollywood career Abbas in an interview to The Express Tribune said I had been offered parts in Guzaarish, Goliyon Ki Raasleela: Ram-Leela and Aashiqui 2, but declined them as I was already singed to appear in Boss for Akshay Kumar's production,which unfortunately, did not materialize.
Abbas later made his debut in Bollywood opposite Bipasha Basu in Vikram Bhatt's Creature 3D. Abbas has completed another Bollywood film Raqs directed by Muzaffar Ali alongside Pernia Qureshi. Abbas has also committed to Pakistani film Abdullah alongside Sadia Khan.
|2014||Creature 3D||Kunal Aanand/Karan Malothra||Hindi|
- Meri Zaat Zarra-e-Benishan
- Noor Bano
- Khuda Aur Muhabbat
- Mera Naseeb
- Akbari Asghari
- Dil e Muztar 
- Main Manto
- Sheer khurma
- Shadi Aur Tum Say?
- Piya Kay Ghar Jaana Hai
- Bakhtawar Bin Zulekhan
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- "Dil e muztar". Hum TV. Retrieved 1 January 2013.
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