Nauman Ijaz

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Nauman Ijaz
نُعمان اعجاز
Born
NationalityPakistani
EducationLLB (degree in Law)
University of the Punjab, Lahore
Occupation(s)Actor, TV Show Presenter
Years active1988-present
Known forMethod Acting in TV Dramas
Awards

Nauman Ijaz (Punjabi and Urdu: نُعمان اعجاز) is a Pakistani television and film actor, TV anchorperson, and TV show presenter. He is the recipient of several accolades including 10 Lux Style Awards, 7 Hum Awards and a President's Pride of Performance, which was awarded him in 2012.

As of 2017 he was hosting a prime time talk show on Neo News HD with the title of G Sarkar.[2] Active since 1988, he has played many roles and has been a senior actor on state Television PTV.[3][4]

Early life[edit]

Ijaz was born in and grew up in Icchra town, Lahore to a Punjabi family. His father worked in a movie theatre as a manager. He started his education at Cathedral High School, Lahore. Later he attended Divisional Public School, Model Town, Lahore. He completed his education from Forman Christian College and did Law from Punjab University, Lahore. He started his acting career in a small appearance in a drama serial in 1988.[2][3]

Career[edit]

Ijaz began his acting career on PTV, with a short appearance in the direction of director Nusrat Thakur. He then did a TV serial from PTV (Quetta Centre). He then appeared in many different roles, including negative roles in the dramas Rihaee and Ullu Baraye Farokht Nahi. He then appeared in film Ramchand Pakistani (2008) where he romanced Nandita Das.[5] Ijaz hosted a TV comedy show on PTV Home.[2] In 2012, Ijaz received a Pride of Performance award from the President of Pakistan, Asif Ali Zardari.[1]

In 2014, he hosted a TV comedy show called Mazaaq Raat on Dunya news.[6]

Filmography[edit]

Key
dagger denotes film / drama that has not released yet
dagger Denotes films / drama that are currently on cinema / on air

Films[edit]

Year Film Language Ref.
2008 Ramchand Pakistani[1][2] Urdu
2008 Small Voices[2] Urdu
2010 Hijrat Punjabi
2016 Hijrat Urdu
2010 Virsa[1][2] Punjabi

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Network Notes Ref.
1990 Fishaar Ahmad Jamal Khan PTV [7]
1993 Dasht Mir Balaaj NTM [8]
Nijaat Huzoor Bakhsh PTV [8]
1994 Eendhan Arsaln [9]
1995 Yeh Zindagi Sheraz [10]
2000 Aansoo Sami Khan [2]
2000 Dunya Akhtar Ali [11]
2001 Wafa Ke Mausam [10]
2002 Nigah Jawad [12]
2004 Sassi Saaju
2005 Aadhi Dhoop
2006 Malangi Malangi
Lagan Sermad
2007 Abhi Door Hai Kinara
Man-o-Salwa Karam Hum TV [8]
2008 Kisay Aawaz Doon PTV
Chubhan
2009 Khuda Zameen Se Gaya Nahin
Noorpur Ki Rani Salar Hum TV [13][14]
2010 Mein Mar Gai Shoukat Ali Mehar Salar A-Plus
Mera Saaein Malik Wajahat ARY Digital [8][14]
2011 Kuch Khowab Thay Meray
Jo Chale To Jaan Se Guzar Gaye Sayed Alim Shah Geo Entertainment
Ek Nazar Meri Taraf
Jal Pari
Aao Kahani Buntay Hain PTV
Sanjha Hukum Hum TV
2012 Mehar Bano aur Shah Bano Faraz
Durr-e-Shahwar Haider
Pehli Aandhi Mosam Ki TV One Episodic appearance
Sargoshi Urdu 1
Badi Aapa Farman Hum TV [14]
Pathjar Ke Baad Urdu 1
Samjhauta Express Purohit PTV
Kami Reh Gaee Waqar [2]
2013 Rehaai Waseem Hum TV [13]
Qarz ARY Digital
Ullu Baraye Farokht Nahi Mian Ghulam Farid Hum TV [13]
Jaan Hatheli Par Urdu 1
Toote Hue Taare Saleem ARY Digital Appeared in 5 episodes
2014 Bay Emaan Mohabbat Nabeel
Dil Majboor Sa Lage Express Entertainment
Bashar Momin Zafar Geo Entertainment Special appearance
Ek Mohabbat Kay Baad ARY Digital
Jackson Heights Imran Bhatti Urdu 1 [15][14]
2015 Zinda Dargor Dr. Mustafa ARY Digital
Kaise Huaye Benaam Faris Geo Entertainment
2016 Zindagi Aur Kitne Zakham Behram Ali Shah TV One
Bhai Ashraf A-Plus
Mein Sitara Ilyas Khawaja TV One
Mann Pyasa Zeeshan Shah
Dumpukht - Aatish-e-Ishq Peer Habib Ullah A-Plus
Sang-e-Mar Mar Gulistan Khan Hum TV [16][14]
Mere Humnawa ARY Digital
Ahsas Adil Urdu 1
Jaan'nisar A-Plus
Sakeena
2017 Pinjra Aurengzeb (Ranga) Mazari [17]
Khan Khan Haqdar Khan Geo Entertainment
Laut Ke Chalay Aana Farhan
O Rangreza Khayam Sani Hum TV
Imam Zamin Muneeb TV One
Shayad Salaar Geo Entertainment
Dar Jaati Hai Sila Jawad "Joyee" Hum TV [8][14]
2018 Ghamand Maqsood A-Plus
Bewaja PTV
Marham Zarak Khan BOL Entertainment
2020 Dunk Humayun Ahmed ARY Digital appeared in first 6 episodes [18]
2021 Dil Na Umeed To Nahi Tariq Masood "TM" TV One
PTV
[19]
Raqeeb Se Maqsood Hum TV [20][14]
Parizaad Behroze Kareem appeared in episodes 10–16 [14]
Dobara Hidayatullah Only in flashbacks
2022 Sang-e-Mah Haji Marjaan Khan Sequel of Sang-e-Mar Mar [16][14]
Kaisi Teri Khudgarzi Nawabzada Dilawar ARY Digital

Webseries[edit]

Year Title Role Network Notes Ref.
2019 Saat Mulaqatein Husband Nashpati Prime Web-series debut .[21]
2022 Mrs. & Mr. Shameem Shameem “Shammo” ZEE5

Host[edit]

Year Program Channel
2013–2015 Mazaaq Raat[6][3] Dunya TV
2021-cont G Sarkar Neo News

Awards and accolades[edit]

Year Work Award Result Ref
Hum Awards
2012 Best Actor[3] Bari Aapa Won
2009[2][3] Khamoshiyan Best TV Actor  – Satellite Won
PTV Awards
2012 Dil Behkay Ga Best Actor Jury[3] Won

Lux Style Awards[22][edit]

Ceremony Category Project Result
1st Lux Style Awards Best TV Actor N/A Won
5th Lux Style Awards Best TV Actor (Terrestrial) Sassi
6th Lux Style Awards Malangi
Best TV Actor (Satellite) Dohri
7th Lux Style Awards Man-O-Salwa Nominated
8th Lux Style Awards Khamoshiyan Won
Best TV Actor (Terrestrial) Mussafat Nominated
9th Lux Style Awards Kaghaz Ki Nao Won
11th Lux Style Awards Ao Kahani Buntay Hain
Best TV Actor (Satellite) Mera Saaein Nominated
12th Lux Style Awards Best TV Actor (Terrestrial) Qeemat Won
13th Lux Style Awards Kami Reh Gaee
Dil Awaiz Nominated
Best TV Actor (Satellite) Rehaai
Ullu Baraye Farokht Nahi
15th Lux Style Awards Best TV Actor Zinda Dargor
16th Lux Style Awards Dampukht
17th Lux Style Awards Pinjra
18th Lux Style Awards Best TV Actor (Critics' Choice) Dar Si Jaati Hai Sila Won

Other recognition[edit]

References[edit]

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  5. ^ "Ramchand Pakistani (2008 film)". The Times of India newspaper. 7 April 2016. Retrieved 4 September 2022.
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  10. ^ a b "Famous Novelists - Naheed Sultana Akhtar". 16 May 2014. Archived from the original on 18 July 2014. Retrieved 1 April 2020.
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  19. ^ "Yumna, Wahaj Ali begins shooting Dil Na Umeed to Nahi". Samaa TV. 6 November 2020. Retrieved 4 January 2021.
  20. ^ "Hadiqa Kiani is ready to make her acting debut". Dawn. 4 January 2021. Retrieved 4 January 2021.
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