Firdous Jamal

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Firdous Jamal
فردوس جمال
Born (1954-06-09) June 9, 1954 (age 65)
Notable work
Waris, Sayeeban Sheeshay ka, Man chale ka sauda, Mehboob, Pagal Ahmeq Bewakoof, Saahil, Piyari, Dhoop Deewar, Ruswaiyan[2]
FamilyHamza Firdous (son)
Bilawal Firdous (son)
Pride of Performance Award Recipient
CountryIslamic Republic of Pakistan
Presented byMuhammad Zia-ul-Haq

Firdous Jamal (Urdu: فردوس جمال‎) is a Pakistani television, theatre, stage and film actor. Beginning his career with a Hindko drama serial called Badnami Dey Toway in the mid-70s,[4] he has since then acted in at least three hundred TV plays, one hundred fifty stage plays, two hundred radio plays and fifty films. His work consists of all the languages of Pakistan.[1][2][5][6][7]


His son Hamza Firdous is an actor,[8] an "award winning web drama producer and actor in Ireland"[9] who has had critically successful roles in dramas like O Rangreza or Ghughi, while another son, Bilawal Firdous, is a model and aspiring actor, with whom he opened his own production house, Firdous Jamal Films.[10]



Television serials[edit]

Year Drama Title Channel Role Notes
1979 Waris PTV Anwar
2002 Landa Bazar PTV Home Hayat
Nigah PTV Home
2011 Pani Jaisa Piyar Hum TV Adarsh's father
2012 Khalida Ki Walida PTV Home
2012 Koe Meray Dil Sy Pouchay PTV Home
2013 Dheeray Say A-Plus TV
Kamal-e-sabt A-Plus TV
Pyarey Afzal ARY Digital Maulvi Subhanullah
2016 Khuda Aur Muhabbat Geo Tv Amjad Raza
2017 Gustakh Ishq Urdu 1 Quddus Sahab
2018 Visaal ARY Digital Maulvi Ghufran
Romeo Weds Heer Geo Tv Hakeen Luqman
Ishq Na Kariyo Koi Express TV Fariha’s Father
2019 Hania ARY Digital Fareed
Juda Na Hona TVOne
Wafa Lazim to Nahi TVOne
Rani Nokrani Express TV Hina’s Father


  1. ^ a b Tahir, Athar. Frontier facets: Pakistan's North-West Frontier Province. p. 144.
  2. ^ a b c "Legendary Pakistani TV Actor-Firdous Jamal". Pakistan 360 degrees. 2 December 2012. Retrieved 25 November 2015.
  3. ^ Pride of Performance Awards (1980–1989)#1986
  4. ^ Shahina Maqbool (28 September 2011), "Prof Wadud leaves behind a legacy of unforgettable services", The News International. Retrieved 4 July 2018.
  5. ^ Ahmad, Bisma (13 March 2015). "Old but not forgotten: Top 10 Pakistani dramas to re-watch now". Dawn. Retrieved 25 November 2015.
  6. ^ Lodhi, Adnan (13 August 2015). "Sad but true: Roohi Bano's lonely 55th birthday". The Express Tribune. Retrieved 25 November 2015.
  7. ^ Alavi, Omair (22 November 2015). ""I refused to act in Bhaag Milkha Bhaag": Jamal Shah". TNS. Retrieved 25 November 2015.
  8. ^ Buraq Shabbir (10 February 2018), "In conversation with Hamza Firdous", The News International. Retrieved 28 June 2018.
  9. ^ Ifrah Salman (5 March 2017), "HIP Exclusive: Hamza Firdous reveals all about himself!", hip. Retrieved 28 June 2018.
  10. ^ Sana Gilani (27 October 2016), "Firdous Jamal opens up his own production house", Daily Pakistan. Retrieved 28 June 2018.