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Saaed Akhtar (Urdu: سعىد اختتر) (b: 1938) is a Pakistani portrait painter. He gained prominence during the late 1970s and 1980s. He now practices art at Saeed Akhtar studio in Johar Town Lahore Pakistan. He won the Sitara-e-Imtiaz.
Akhtar was commissioned to design Pakistan's largest stamp issue consisting of 27 stamps (SG 801-827), depicting personalities from the freedom movement of the country in 1990. His other designs include the Golden Jubilee of Pakistan issue (SG 1021-1024) and 50th Death Anniversary of Mohammad Ali Jinnah (SG 1048) (set and souvenir sheet).