Mohib Mirza Biography, Family, Age, Marriage, Dramas, Movies

Published on Nov 15, 2023 by

  • Name: Mohib Mirza
  • Famous As: Actor
  • Nationality: Pakistani
  • Residence: Karachi
  • Education: Graduation in Commerce
  • Religion: Islam
  • Profession: Acting, Modeling
  • Height: 6’0
  • Weight:70
  • Awards: National and International awards
  • Birthdate: 18 August 1979
  • Star Sign: Leo
  • Place: Karachi
  • Ethnicity: Sindhi
  • Spouse: Amina Sheikh
  • Children: 1 Daughter
  • Siblings: 1 sister
  • Occupation(s): Acting, Modeling
  • Name: Arth, Josh, Love me Gum, Bachaana,
  • Professional Work
  • Years Active: 1999-present
  • Debut Drama: Zeib-un nisa
  • Debut Film: Insha’Allah
  • Famous Acts: Daam, Mera Saaein, Ladies Park, Totay Howay Par, Roag, Sabz Pari Laal Kabotar, Shehr-e-Zaat,
  •  Firaaq

Mohib Mirza Personal Life

Mohib was born in Karachi on the18th of August,1979. After completing his early schooling he continuied his higher education from the Karachi University, where he achieved a degree in commerce. But in many ways fortunately, he was not able to continue his further study as he was determined to follow his media passion.

Mohib married his love interest the actress Aamina Sheikh, at Karachi. Their wedding was a three-day event taking place from 30 April to 2 May 2005. Mohib and Aamina met on the sets of a show which Mohib was hosting and Aamina was directing, the couple fell in love and soon tied a knot. They have a beautiful daughter together named Meissa born in 2015.

Mohib Mirza Career

During his educational phase the craze to fulfil his dreams led him to theater, Mirza took his chance in theater actor in 1999. While he was doing Bachelors in Commerce unfortunately, he ran out of funds to finance himself for the next semester which made him and his friends start a theater company of their own called Dramaybazz. They wrote and directed an Urdu play One way ticket, which ran in PACC for 7 days receiving an overwhelming response. Mirza managed to raise more than thrice the amount of money.

After a little recognition, Mirza made his debut on television in Sahira Kazmi’s popular PTV drama serial Zebunnisa. After which Mirza has acted in multiple television serials, telefilms, sitcoms and TV commercials

The raising star not only gain national awards and recognition but also earned international recognition with his film Insha Allah (2009), winning the award in Best Supporting Actor category at the International Filmmaker Film Festival held in Kent, England. Mirza made all proud by being the first Pakistani actor to be awarded at the festival.

The actor has now polished himself enough and has now turned himself to a direction with the movie Ishrat – Made In China, an action comedy which is set to release in 2020.


Year Title Role Notes
2009 Insha’Allah Farhan Kara Film Festival Award for Best Supporting Actor
2011 Love Mein Ghum Himself Special Appearance in song “Love Mein Ghum”
2013 Seedlings Raza Pakistan Media Award for Best Film Actor Nominated–New York Film Festival Award for Best Actor in a Lead Role
2013 Josh: Independence Through Unity Aamir Nominated–Pakistan Media Award for Best Film Actor
2014 Dukhtar Sohail  
2016 Bachaana Vicky  
2016 Teri Meri Love Story Nael  
2017 Arth 2 Umar – |


 Year  Title  Role  Notes
 1999  Zebunnisa, Faisla  Aamir  
 2000  Lipton Humsafar    
 2003  Duniya hy Dilawalon ki    
 2004 Enjoy kar kay    
  Faasley Gar Hongay Darmayan    
 2005 Sultanat    
   Kehta Hai Dil   Episode: “Bribery & Society”
 2006  Jo Bat Ghar Mein Hai  Jahanzaib  
   Ishrat Baji  Ishrat  
   Ranjish hi sahi  Shahaab  
   Kehta hai dil    Episode: “Gender Equality”
 2007  Khuda Ki Basti    
   Koi to ho    
   Qissa-e Ulfat    Episode: “Ajnabi”
 2008  Qissoun ki Chaddar  Nauman – Bakar  Episode: “Patriyaan” Episode: “Aik Aur Akela” Episode: “Tum Aurat Mein Mard”
   Saba aur Fareeda    
   Tumhein Yad Karte Karte    
   Shehzadi  Sajju  
   Dil-e Nadan  Faisal Nominated–Lux Style Award for Best TV Actor (Satellite)
   Agar tum na hoty  Daniyal  
   Boltay Afsanay  Narrator  Episode: “Daayin”
 2009 Libaas  Shayan  Episode: “Sattaeeswaan Ghar”
   H.I.T  Zarak  Episode: “The Hacker”
 2010  Tumhein Kuch Yaad Hai Jaana  Romi  
  Phir Se Jeena Seekh Le    
   Meray Anganay Main  Sikandar  
   Daam  Murad  Cameo Appearance
  Hum Tum  Ali  
   Nadaniyan    One episode
   Love Kay Liye  Mohib  Episode: “Pilot”
   White Gold    
  Mera saieen  Farhad  
   Neeli Chatri  Rustam  Episode: “Gairat Case”
   Woh Chaar  Afzal  Episode: “Sidra ki Kahani”
 2011  ZIP  Raij  
   Tere Bina  Ali  
   Ladies Park  Narrator  
   Totay Hoye Par  Sameer  
  Roag  Faiq  
 2012  Meray Dard Ko Jo Zuban Miley  Junaid  
  Shehr-e-Zaat  Hamza  Hum Award for Best Supporting Actor Nominated–Pakistan Media Award for Best Supporting Actor
   Aks  Shahnawaz  
   Hzaron Saal  Mohib  
   Sabz Pari Laal Kabutar  Anjum/Anjay  
 2013  Kash esa ho  Shayan  
   Shab-e Arzu Ka Alam  Dawood  
   Roshni Andhera Roshni  Aafaq  
   Ye Shadi Nahi Hoskti  Sikandar  
 2014 Firaaq  Amroze  



Year Title Director Organisation
1999 One Way Ticket Yaseen Bizenjo Dramay Baaz – The Theatre Company for Youth
2003 Kya Khoya Kya Paaya Shahid Shafaat Katha
2006 Sahib-e-Karamaat – a story by Munto Munto Dramay Baaz – The Theatre Company for Youth
Hattak – a story by Munto Munto Dramay Baaz – The Theatre Company for Youth

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