Shabbir Jan

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Shabbir Jan
Born (1960-02-19) 19 February 1960 (age 59)
Nationality Pakistan
OccupationActor
CEO Shab's men salon
Years active1984–Present
Height5 ft 10 in (178 cm)
Spouse(s)Akhtar Shabbir 1st wife. Fareeda Shabbir 2nd Wife
AwardsPride of Performance Award by the President of Pakistan (2019)

Shabbir Jan is a Pakistani television actor who has appeared in many TV drama serials, such as Wafa, Makan, Andata, Survival of a Woman, Zindagi Dhoop Tum Ghana Saya, Umrao Jaan, Jangloos and Shab e Gham and many others.

Career[edit]

Shabbir Jan won three times PTV Best Actor award. He has been a nominee once for the Best Actor award in the Lux Style Awards in 2010. He started working as a TV actor in the late 1970s.[1][2][3][4]

Filmography[edit]

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

Films[edit]

Films Year Notes
Sultanat[5] 2014
dagger The Donkey King[2] 2018 Geo Films
dagger Zeher-e-Ishq TBA

Television[edit]

Drama Serial Year Channel Role
Ilzam STN Channel
Ghazi Shaheed (Tele-Film)[5] 1998 PTV Home
Bint e Adam 2008 PTV Home
Khataa 2002 PTV Home
Masuri 2004 PTV Home
Barson Baad 2006 PTV Home
Sharbati 2007 PTV Home
Lyari Express 2007 PTV Home
Makan (TV series)[5] 2006 Geo TV
Zindagi Dhoop Tum Ghana Saya 2011 ARY Digital
Kharaash 2014 PTV Home
Love Mein Twist 2015 PTV Home
Hum Sab Ajeeb Se Hain 2016 Aaj
Seeta Bagri TVOne
Rasmein 2017 PTV Home
Zakham ARY Digital Tehreem
Hansna Mana Hai 2018 BOL
Banglay Main Kanglay BOL
Aik Mohabbat Kaafi Hai BOL
Cheekh[6][7] 2019 ARY Digital Lawyer
dagger Jaal Hum TV Arshad Ahmed
dagger Bhai Bhai Express TV
dagger Meri Shadi Karwao Play Entertainment
dagger Ramz-e-Ishq Geo TV

Awards and recognition[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Shabbir Jan's award info on Dawn (newspaper) Published 10 March 2019, Retrieved 21 July 2019
  2. ^ a b Muhammad Omar Iftikhar (16 October 2018). "The Donkey King: An epitome of quality, comedy and democracy". The Express Tribune (newspaper). Retrieved 21 July 2019.
  3. ^ Profile of Shabbir Jan on tv.com.pk website Retrieved 21 July 2019
  4. ^ Profile of Shabbir Jan on urdupoint.com website Retrieved 21 July 2019
  5. ^ a b c Filmography of Shabbir Jan on IMDb website Retrieved 21 July 2019
  6. ^ Fouzia Nasir Ahmad (21 July 2019). "The Week That Was [Shabbir Jan in TV drama serial 'Cheekh' (2019)]". Dawn (newspaper). Retrieved 21 July 2019.
  7. ^ 5 reasons why Cheekh is unlike any Pakistani drama so far (TV drama Cheekh) The Express Tribune (newspaper), Published 12 February 2019, Retrieved 21 July 2019

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