Adil Murad

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Adil Murad
Born Adil Murad
1976
Karachi, Pakistan
Occupation Film actor
Telefilm actor
Telefilm Producer
Years active 1985–present

Adil Murad (born 1976) is a Pakistani film producer and actor in films, Television serials and tele-films, and son of Pakistani actor Waheed Murad.[1] He was introduced in the Pakistani Urdu colour film Raja sahib in 1996, but the film, due to bad direction and a weak story, flopped at the box office. Since then, he has been working in tele-films as an actor and as producer. He has been cast by Shoaib Mansoor in his tele-film Streets of Karachi, which is based on the life of a couple in Karachi and the ups and downs of the city.[2] Recently ARY Film Awards 2016 gave appreciation award to his father Waheed Murad for his inspirational work in film industry which has been received by him.

Filmography[edit]

Film / Tele-film / Drama Serial Year(s) Cast Remarks
Raja sahib 1996 Sahiba and Sana Debut film as a lead actor

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