Fahad Mustafa

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Fahad Mustafa
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Fahad Mustafa
Native name فہد مصطفی
Born (1983-06-26) 26 June 1983 (age 35)
Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan
Nationality Pakistani
Occupation Actor, host, producer
Years active 2002–Present
Weight 95 kg (209 lb)
Spouse(s) Sana Fahad (m. 2005)
Children 2
Parent(s) Salahuddin Tunio (father)
Relatives Sanam Baloch (cousin)

Fahad Mustafa (Urdu: فہد مصطفی‎; Sindhi: فهد مصطفيٰ‎; born 26 June 1983)[1] is a Pakistani film and television actor, producer and host, known for hosting the game show Jeeto Pakistan, which is aired on ARY Digital.[2]

Early life[edit]

Mustafa was born to actor Salahuddin Tunio, from a Sindhi family, on 26 June 1983.[3][4][5][6] He has two brothers and one sister, and is the cousin of actress Sanam Baloch.[7]

He studied to be a pharmacist, but left before completing his degree considering his career choice to be a very bad decision.[8]

Career[edit]

Mustafa was first noticed in Sheeshay Ka Mahal.[1] In 2008, he ventured into television production. His other notable television serials include: Haal-e-Dil, Bahu Rani, Ae Dasht-e-Junoon, Masuri, Aashti, Pul Siraat, Mastana Mahi, Main Abdul Qadir Hoon and Koi Nahi Apna.[6] He is the current host of the well-known game show Jeeto Pakistan since 2014.[9]

He hosted the 1st Hum Awards ceremonies in 2013 in Karachi, and the 2nd ARY Film Awards in 2016 in Dubai. In 2017, he hosted the launching ceremony for the Karachi Kings, a Pakistan Super League team franchise.[10] He then also hosted the opening ceremony of 2017 Pakistan Super League in Dubai.[11]

He made his film debut in 2014 in director Nabeel Qureshi's Na Maloom Afraad. It was declared a box office hit.[12] In 2016, he starred in Anjum Shahzad's Mah e Mir and Qureshi's Actor in Law. Actor in Law did very well at the box office[13][14][15] winning Film of the Year Award in the 16th Lux Style Awards, where Mustafa also won Best Actor Award for his role in the film. He then had a voice role in Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy's animated film 3 Bahadur: The Revenge of Baba Balaam.[16]

In 2017, he starred in Na Maloom Afraad 2, the sequel of 2014's NMA.[17] In addition, he has signed to appear in the sequel of Nadeem Beyg's 2015 film Jawani Phir Nahi Ani and Qureshi's next film Load Wedding. Each are scheduled to be released in 2018.[18]

He will also be producing three films;[19] the first Anjum Shehzad's Band Toh Ab Bajay Ga, which will be written by Yasir Hussain;[20] the second one will be written by Ali Imran under ARY Films banner;[21] and a third one for which no details have been announced yet.

Personal life[edit]

Mustafa married Sana Fahad in 2005. The couple have a daughter born in 2011 and a son born in 2016.[22][23]

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

Key
dagger Denotes films that have not yet been released
Movie Year Role(s) Director(s) Notes Ref.
Na Maloom Afraad 2014 Farhan Nabeel Qureshi Debut film [12]
Jawani Phir Nahi Ani 2015 Himself Nadeem Beyg Special appearance
Mah e Mir 2016 Jamal/Mir Anjum Shahzad & Sarmad Sehbai [13]
Actor in Law Shan Mirza Nabeel Qureshi Lux Style Award for Best Actor [24]
3 Bahadur: The Revenge of Baba Balaam Imran (voice) Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy [9]
Na Maloom Afraad 2 2017 Farhan Nabeel Qureshi [18]
Jawani Phir Nahi Ani 2 dagger 2018 Saif Nadeem Beyg [25]
Load Wedding dagger Raja Nabeel Qureshi [26]
Band Toh Ab Bajay Ga dagger TBA TBD Anjum Shehzad Big Bang Productions' debut film [20]
Lahore a World TBA TBD TBA U-Films Production [27]

Selected television[edit]

  • Tair-e-lahooti

As Producer[edit]

(Under banner of Big Bang Entertainment)

  • 2013:Meri Beti - ARY Digital
  • 2014:Koi Nahi Apna - Ary Digital
  • 2014:Dusri Bivi- Ary Digital[30]
  • 2014:Bahu Begum
  • Soutan
  • 2015:Rang Laaga- Ary Digital
  • 2015:Mere Jeevan Saathi- Ary Digital
  • 2015:Begunaah- Ary Digital
  • 2015:Zinda Dargor ARY Digital
  • 2016:Be Aib-Urdu 1
  • 2016:Yeh Ishq- Ary Digital
  • 2016:Waada- Ary Digital
  • 2016:Muqabil- Ary Digital
  • 2016:Beqasoor- Ary Digital
  • 2016:Andaaz-e-Sitam-Urdu 1
  • 2016:Haya Ke Rang - ARY Zindagi
  • 2016:Naimat- Ary Digital
  • 2016:Tum Yaad Aaye- Ary Digital
  • 2016:Aap Ke Liye- Ary Digital
  • 2016:Saheliyaan- Ary Digital
  • 2016:Mere Baba ki Ounchi Hav:eli - ARY Zindagi
  • 2016:Teri Chah Mein- Ary Digital
  • 2016:Mera Yaar Mila De- Ary Digital
  • 2016:Socha Na Tha- Ary Digital
  • 2016:Dil Haari- Ary Digital
  • 2016:Shehzada Saleem- Ary Digital
  • 2017:Bubbly Kya Chahti Hai- Ary Digital
  • 2017:Mubarak Ho Beti Hui Hai- Ary Digital
  • 2017:Zaakham- Ary Digital
  • 2017:Bilqees Urff Bittoo -Urdu 1
  • 2017:Bachay Baraye Farokht-Urdu 1
  • 2017:Teri Raza - ARY Digital
  • 2017:Aisi Hai Tanhai -ARY Digital
  • 2018:Meri Guriya - ARY Digital

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref
Lux Style Awards
2011 Haal-e-Dil Best TV Actor Nominated [32]
2012 Abdul Qadir – Main Abdul Qadir Hoon Nominated [33]
[34]
Adal Soomro – Mastana Mahi Nominated
2014 Murad – Daagh Nominated [35]
[36]
Sikandar – Kankar Nominated
2015 Farhan – Na Maloom Afraad Best Film Actor Nominated [37]
[38]
2017 Jamal/Mir – Mah e Mir Nominated [39]
[40]
Shan Mirza – Actor in Law Won
2018 Farhan – Na Maloom Afraad 2 Nominated [41]
[42]
Hum Awards
2013 Jago Pakistan Jago Hum Award for Best Host Won [43]
2014 Sikandar – Kankar Hum Award for Best Actor Nominated [44]
Hum Award for Best Actor Popular Nominated
Kankar (shared with Sanam Baloch) Hum Award for Best Onscreen Couple Nominated
Hum Award for Best Onscreen Couple Popular Nominated
Hum Style Awards
2016 Jeeto Pakistan Most Stylish TV Host Nominated [45]
[46]
International Pakistan Prestige Awards
2017 Shan Mirza – Actor in Law Best Film Actor Won [47]
[48]
Pakistan International Film Festival
2018 Shan Mirza – Actor in Law Best Actor (Male) Won [49]

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