Hassam Khan reveals a poster for his upcoming film Azaad set to release in 2020
Hassam Khan reveals poster for his upcoming film Azaad set to release in 2020
Khan`s Highly-Anticipated Pakistani Film `Azaad` soon to hit cinemas in 2020 as reported previously posted by Khan on his official Instagram profile. The film is based on a serial killer in Karachi and it took the lead actor, writer and director 9 years to complete. WOW! I`m really excited for this one, the first-ever trailer of the movie was released on August 9, 2019 (7 years ago) and was loved by the audience all over the country.
Hassam Ali Khan (born 16 January 1990) known as Hassam Khan is a Pakistani actor. Khan is known for his lead role of Salman in Geo TV's drama serial Noor Jahan (2016), Azher in ARY Digital's Khasara (2018)
and Akmal from ARY Digital's Dil Mom Ka Dia (2018). He is from the family of Pakistani Punjabi actors Akmal Khan and M. Ajmal. Hassam Khan is the eldest son of Pakistani Urdu poet Suhail Ahmed. Whilst completing his bachelors from Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture, he started his career as a theater actor in 2011 and appeared in several plays such as Come Again (2011) played the iconic role of the founder of Pakistan, Mohammad Ali Jinnah in Anwar Maqsood's Pawnay 14 August at Al-Hamra Arts Council, Lahore. His directorial and writing debut is a feature film Azaad (Filming) which revolves around the case of a serial killer, Talha Zulfiqar, who has killed nine people. He is also known for the lead role of Saleem in Geo TV's Eid telefilm Nazar Ke Samnay.
The story is set in the year of 2008 focusing on Dr. Talat Ali, a forensic psychiatrist by profession who recently lost his wife in a car accident. While still trying to settle down in his new routine, Dr. Talat's friend, Officer Sami brings to him the unusual case of Talha Zulfiqar, a serial killer with the charges of eight murders of which only one dead body was found. As Dr. Talat tries to unravel Talha's case, along with the diagnosis of Fantasy Prone Personality (FPP), the events that follow are truly unpredictable.