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Rasheed Naz

Rasheed Naz (born September 9, 1948) is a Pakistani film and television actor. He was born in Peshawar, N W F P(now Khyber Pakhtunkhwa).

In 1971, he started his television career as an actor in Pushto television play. Rasheed Naz has worked in several Pashtu, Hindko and Urdu language plays. His first Urdu play was Aik Tha Gaoon (1973). His first popular play was Namoos. He also worked in Pakistan's first private television play Dasht, telecast on N T M.

In 1988, he worked in his first Pashto film Zama Jang (in Urdu "Meri Jang"). His first Urdu film was Syed Noor's Dakait. He also worked in Shoaib Mansoor's film Khuda Ke Liye. Rasheed Naz also worked in a Shoaib Mansoor's video song "Ishq Mohabbat Apna Pan" with Iman Ali.

He won the biggest civilian award, Pride Of Performance, in 2009.

Notable television plays

  • Teri Rah Mein Rul Gaye
  • Namoos
  • Dasht
  • Dosra Asman
  • Manzil
  • Pinjra
  • "Phir Kab Milo Gay"
  • "Angoori"
  • "Anokhi"
  • "Khushi Ek Roag"
  • "Khuda Zameen Se Gaya Nahi Hai"
  • "Saiban Sheshay ka"
  • "Pathar"
  • "Aann"
  • "Apnay Huay Paraye"
  • "Angels"
  • "Inkaar"
  • "Tawan" (Pashtu)
  • "Hum Pe Jo Guzarti Hay"
  • "Rasheed Naz as Maulana Mohammad Saeed Rahman in Indian movie(Baby 2015).
  • "karachi se lahore"

Filmography

Year Title Role Language Notes
1988 Zama Jang
2001 Dakait
2003 Larki Punjaban
2003 Qayamat – A Love Triangle In Afghanistan Urdu
2007 Khuda Ke Liye Maulana Tahiri Urdu
2008 Kashf The Lifting of the Veil Sufi Pir
2009 Kandahar Break Ashiq Khan English
2015 Baby Maulana Mohammad Saeed Rahman Hindi He played the role of mastermind of a terror attack.
2015 Karachi se Lahore Khan Sahib Urdu

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