With little acknowledgement of theatre in Pakistan, a lot of theatrical actors are making their debut in the Pakistani drama industry. One of the recent additions to the Pakistani drama industry is the actor, Faraz Ali. Faraz has entered the field of acting with his role in the Jindo drama on Green Entertainment. Let’s find out more about Faraz Ali actor’s age, education, acting career and debut role.
Date of Birth
Faraz Ali’s date of birth is 8th December. He has not revealed his age as of yet. He is a Sagittarius by birth.
He was born in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan.
Faraz Ali completed his primary and high school in Karachi. He completed his education at the University of Karachi. Then, his aspiration to become an actor led him to NAPA where he completed a 3-year diploma in acting.
Faraz Ali always wanted to be an actor. He started acting in a stage play in school. Faraz continued to work as a theatre actor in his educational institutions. He has done some notable theatrical performances in renowned plays. He played a famous theatrical role in the play Twins Apart. In this play, he performed as one of the twin brothers who was stubborn and hot-tempered. He continued this play during severe dengue fever. But his health did not allow him to work for later shows.
Then, he also worked as a homosexual in Apartment 746. Others of his notable works are Hua Kuch Yoon and Investigation Cell.
But, when he noticed a lesser chance of growth in Pakistani theatre, he decided to move to the TV screen. He bagged his debut role in the Jindo drama as Fakeera. He is currently working alongside Humaima Malick, Gohar Rasheed, and Hajra Yameen.
Faraz Ali Debut Role
His debut role on the Pakistani TV screen is as Fakeera in Jindo drama on Green Entertainment. Faraz Ali’s role was quite basic at the beginning. However, the story brought him to the limelight against the tribal rule prevailing in his village. He took a stand for the females of his lady. Faraz is acting as a common man in the village who is the brother of Jindo. However, he finds the courage to speak for the right and protect his family from patriarchal leaders.