Wahaj Ali

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Wahaj Ali
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Born (1988-12-01) 1 December 1988 (age 33)
Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
EducationUniversity of Central punjab,[citation needed]National College of Arts[citation needed]
OccupationActor
Years active2015 – present
Spouse(s)Sana Wahaj Ali
Children1

Wahaj Ali (born 1 December 1988) is a Pakistani actor who appears in Urdu television shows. He has played the main roles in several Urdu-language drama serials. He get rose to fame from drama Ehd-e-Wafa in which he played the pivotal role of Shariq.[1] He further established his career through leading roles of Ahad in Bikhray Moti, Rizwan in Ghisi Piti Mohabbat, Jimmy in Dil Na Umeed To Nahi and Basim in Ishq Jalebi, all of which earned him critical acclaim.[2][3][4]

Ali was last seen appearing as Rumi, loosely based on real life hero; Shaheed Shafi Imam Rumi, a freedom fighter in historical-drama Jo Bichar Gaye.[5][6] He is well known for his scripts and role choices and is highly appreciated by both critics and audiences for his range and versatility.

Career[edit]

Ali started his career as an assistant director at Samaa TV. Then he went on to play lead in several notable television serials including Hari Hari Churiyan (2017), Dil Nawaz (2017), Mah-e-Tamaam (2017), Dil-e-Bereham (2019), Bharam (2019) Ehd-e-Wafa (2019), Mera Maan Rakhna (2020), Bikhray Moti (2020), Ghisi Piti Mohabbat (2020), Fitoor(2021), Ishq Jalebi (2021) and Dil Na Umeed To Nahi (2021).[1][7][8] His portrayals as Ahad a man in challenging situations in Bikray Moti, the happy go and luck guy in Ghisi Piti Mohabbat, the irascible Basim in Ishq Jalebi and an amateur Jimmy in Dil Na Umeed To Nahi were highly praised by both critics and audience.

Personal life[edit]

Wahaj Ali married Sana Farooq in March 2016 with whom he has a daughter named Amirah Wahaj Ali. His Father was a Government Officer and his mother was government college lecturer. The actor has completed his bachelor in Business Studies from University of Central Punjab and his Masters in Multimedia Studies from National College of Arts.

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2016 Bitiya Hamaray Zamanay Mein Fahad Television film
2020 Love Siyappa Shobi Television film
2022 Flydagger TBA [9][10]

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Channel Episodes
2015 Ishq Ibadat Sahil HUM TV 49
2016 Mera Dard Na Janay Koi Bilal HUM TV 74
Wafa Hashir Geo Entertainment 20
Gila Sanwal HUM TV 77
Ahsas Zohaib Urdu 1 24
2017 Zoya Sawleha Faris Geo Entertainment 26
Mere Dil Mere Musafir Hasan TV One 20
Hari Hari Churiyan Ali Geo Entertainment 28
Dil Nawaz Fawad A Plus 26
2018 Haiwan Maan ARY Digital 23
Mah-e-Tamaam Taqi HUM TV 28
2019 Bharam Maarif Ali HUM TV 40
Dil-e-Bereham Tabish A Plus 23
2020 Ehd-e-Wafa Shariq Habib HUM TV 25
Mera Maan Rakhna Mohid TV One 25
Bikhray Moti Ahad ARY Digital 25
2021 Ghisi Piti Mohabbat Rizwan/Riz ARY Digital 25
Ishq Jalebi Basim Geo Entertainment 33
Fitoor Hamza Geo Entertainment 43
Dil Na Umeed Toh Nahi Jamshed/Jimmy TV One 24
Jo Bichar Gaye Shafi Imam Rumi Geo Entertainment 14
2022 22 Qadamdagger TBA Unknown N/A
Ghao TBA Unknown N/A

Special appearance[edit]

Year Title Character Channel Episodes
2019 Haqeeqat Asif A-Plus TV Episodic Appearance

|2022 |Team Muhaffiz |Reza (voice over) |Geo News}

Webseries[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2020 Doodh Patti Salaar Released on See Prime
2021 Digestive Showtime - Yorker Ammar

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Wahaj Ali wins hearts in Ehd-e-Wafa". The Nation. Retrieved 20 January 2020.
  2. ^ "Wahaj Ali is stealing the show once again in 'Bikhray Moti'". Daily Times. 10 July 2019. Retrieved 15 December 2021.
  3. ^ "Wahaj Ali brings energy in 'Ghisi Piti Mohabbat'". nation com.pk. 12 September 2020.
  4. ^ "Wahaj Ali's 'Dil Na Umeed to Nahi' and 'Fitoor' to hit the screens this month", Daily Times, 15 January 2021
  5. ^ "Wahaj Ali all set to star in drama 'Jo Bichar Gaye' alongside Maya". Daily Times. 14 December 2021.
  6. ^ "Actor Wahaj Ali is sticking to TV for now". Dawn Images. 8 December 2021.
  7. ^ "Wahaj Ali to come back on screens with NeelamMunir". The Nation. 19 May 2020. Retrieved 20 May 2020.
  8. ^ "Wahaj Ali continues to impress audience in Ehd-e-Wafa". The Nation. 25 October 2019. Retrieved 20 May 2020.
  9. ^ Bytes, News (19 March 2020). "Asma Nabeel's film, Fly, to feature Hajra Yamin and Wahaj Ali". The News International. Retrieved 4 February 2021. {{cite web}}: |first= has generic name (help)
  10. ^ Ali H, Faisal (19 March 2020). "Wahaj Ali, Hajra Yamin, Ahsan Khan and Neelam Munir". galaxylollywood. Retrieved 3 February 2021.

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