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About Sajid Hasan

Male actor Sajid Hasan from Pakistan, famous due to tv

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Sajid Hasan (b.1963) is a well known actor from Pakistan. He started off as a theater personality and then moved to television. Sajid Hasan's first major drama series was Khalij. He became more recognized in the play Dhoop Kinare in which he played a comic role. He has written many plays which include Kuchwa Aur Khargosh and Gum. He is also the first Pakistani actor to work in an Indian television serial, Tanha, in 1997 on Star Plus.

Sajid was made his debut in films in 2004 with the movie Salakhain in which he played the antagonist. He then did also perform in Pehla Pehla Pyar. He was also in a small role in the movie A Mighty Heart. Sajid Hasan has two sisters. He is married and has one son. He lives in Karachi.

Notable television play

Dhoop Kinaray
Sitara Aur Mehrunnissa
Tan Sen


Salakhain, (2004)
Pehla Pehla Pyar, (2006)
A Mighty Heart, (2007)

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