Afzal Khan (actor)
1 September 1966
Havelian, Abbotabad, Pakistan
|Years active||1991- present|
Afzal Khan (Urdu: افضل خان) better known as John Rambo (Urdu: جان ريمبو) is a Pakistani actor and comedian. He rose to fame by playing a janitor nicknamed John Rambo on PTV's famous comedy show Guest House (1991). He later assumed John Rambo as his unofficial screen name taken from the Sylvester Stallone character John Rambo. People on the TV stage set, had nicknamed him 'John Rambo' due to his striking resemblance to the Hollywood actor.
After his success as John Rambo, he began to get offers from movies. In 1992, he signed his first movie and became a mainstream Lollywood actor. However, his image of a comedy actor earned him mostly comedy characters. He tried to do some serious movies but wasn't as successful.
He currently appears as a judge on a TV talent show as well as on a dance show.
In 2011, he is hosting a morning show on Apna Channel, a Pakistani television channel.
|1995||Munda Bigra Jaye|
|1996||Chor Machaye Shor|
|1998||Insaf Ho To Aisa|
|2001||Jungle Queen (2001 film)|
|2005||Koi Tujh Sa Kahan|
|2011||Love Mein Ghum|
|2016||Saya e Khuda e Zuljalal|
|2017||Pyar Ki FIR|
|1991||Guest House||PTV Home||Janitor/Jan Rambo|
|2014–15||Ye Chahtein Ye Ranjishein||PTV Home|
- http://www.tv.com.pk/celebrity/Afzal-Khan/75/biography, Profile of actor Afzal Khan on tv.com.pk website, Retrieved 16 Dec 2016
- http://tribune.com.pk/story/226934/afzal-khan-the-pakistani-rambo/, An interview with actor Afzal Khan on The Express Tribune newspaper, Published 8 Aug 2011, Retrieved 16 Dec 2016
- http://urduwire.com/people/Afzal-Khan-John-Rambo_322.aspx, Profile of Afzal Khan (actor) on urduwire.com website, Retrieved 16 Dec 2016
- Afzal Khan at the Internet Movie Database
- http://www.citwf.com/person244587.htm, Filmography of Afzal Khan (actor) on Complete Index To World Film (CITWF) website, Retrieved 16 Dec 2016
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