Muharram-ul-Haram is the first month of the Islamic calendar. This month accompanies the recognition of the day of Karbala. All the Muslims recall the grandson of our Holy Prophet Muhammad SAW and the Ahle Bait for their bravery and show our ages how Hussain RA didn't bow before an inappropriate. Numerous famous people and famous personalities who are Shia Muslims hold Majalis and take an interest in recollecting Hussain RA and the offspring of Hazrat Muhammad SAW's family unit. Some famous personalities are described here.
Sadia Imam is a Shia celebrity who may not be a traditionalist Shia yet her Instagram page uncovers that she ensures that everybody thinks about her faith. Sadia Imam was born in Karachi, Pakistan. She is a Pakistani Television presenter, Actress, and Model. She has shown up in Commercials, Dramas, and Musical Videos. She is the sister of entertainer and comedian Aliya Imam.
Sadia has been featured in a few well-known shows, for example, Jab Dil Miley, Colony 52, Dorhi, Tapish, Anokha Bandhan, Aangan Bhar Chandni, Koonj and Aasman. She is one of the most mainstream stars in the Media and proceeds as a Model for celebrated design houses. Viewed as one of the most swank models on the slope, Sadia is additionally a generally excellent entertainer and did a comic job in a visitor appearance she made on popular ARY Digital drama sequential Mai Aur Tum.
Since her arrival from Germany, she began working with GEO TV and HUM in their forthcoming serials. She is likewise a TV Host for the Samaa TV Show 'Samaa Kay Mehmaan’ she talks with big names and renowned countenances of Pakistan.
Natasha Ali is a Pakistani entertainer, Model, and host. She is known for her jobs in Talafi, Khaas, and Malaal e Yaar. She was born on June 21 16, 1980, in Lahore, Pakistan. She finished her examinations from the University of Lahore. She made her presentation as an entertainer in 2000 on PTV Channel. She played a little supporting role in the dramatization, Miss Fit On PTV.
Then, she led jobs for a few shows on PTV Channel, which made her prominent. She likewise had on numerous morning shows, for example, Channel 92. Between 2012 and 2013, she assumed the job, Dolly, in dramatization Baraat arrangement, which established a stable connection with the crowd and got known for that role. Natasha Ali is one of those superstars who pay attention to their confidence very much. At this moment, much the same as numerous different years, she is in Karbala's city with her family.
Dua Malick, who is Humaima Malick's sister and a big name, is likewise a Shia Muslim. Dua Malick is a Pakistani singer, songwriter, composer and composer. She facilitated "Sur Saath Savera" on Express Entertainment in Pakistan. Malick has sung title melodies of numerous Pakistani serials such as Ishq Mein Terry, Ranjhna, and Ik Pagal Si Larki.
She made her acting presentation with a job as Amber in the 2018 series Khafa Khafa Zindagi. Malick is hitched to Sohail Haider, a melodic craftsman. Together they have one little girl and one child.
Rising star Feroze Khan is also a Shia Muslim. Feroze Khan is a Pakistani entertainer, Model, and video jockey. Born in Quetta, he started his profession as a VJ on ARY Musik and then turned into a model. He made his introduction as a TV entertainer in the 2014 TV series, Chup Raho.
He made his Lolly wood debut in Anjum Shahzad's film Zindagi Kitni Haseen Hay with Sajal Ali. The film was delivered on September 13, 2016. Actresses Humaima Malick and Dua Malik are his sisters. Umer Khan is his closest companion. Feroze Khan wedded in March 2018; he and his better half had a child in May 2019.
Gifted entertainer and Model Imran Abbas is a Shia Muslim too. Imran Abbas Naqvi is a Pakistani actor, artist, and previous Model. He is known for his jobs in TV serials Meri Zaat Zarra-e-Benishan (2009), Khuda Aur Muhabbat (2011), Akbari Asghari (2011), Dil-e-Muztar (2013), Alvida (2015), Mera Naam Yusuf Hai (2015) Tum Kon Piya (2016), Mohabbat Tumse Nafrat Hai (2017) and Koi Chand Rakh Meri Shaam Par (2018).
Abbas' family began from Uttar Pradesh and settled in Lahore, Pakistan, after independence in 1947. The family moved to Islamabad in 1963, where, similar to his two senior siblings and three more established sisters before him, Abbas went to G-6/1-1 and joined the junior school. He proceeded to examine engineering at the National College of Arts in Lahore.
He started his profession at 22 years old, filling in as a model. He showed up in 2003. He likewise writes Urdu poetry. Abbas showed up in Pakistani dramatizations, telefilms, cleansers, and films. He has additionally shown up in Bollywood productions. Abbas made his presentation in Bollywood opposite Bipasha Basu in Vikram Bhatt's Creature 3D, for which he was selected at Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut category. In 2015, Abbas was included in Jaanisaar, directed by Muzaffar Ali alongside Pernia Qureshi.
Juggan Kazim is another mainstream superstar who is a Shia Muslim. Juggan "Jay" Kazim is a Pakistani Canadian actress, television, and YouTube personality. She has worked in various Pakistani and Canadian movies. She is the brand ambassador for Garnier Fructis Pakistan. Juggan Kazim was born in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan, to a Kashmir Punjabi Muslim family.
She has a senior sister and a more youthful sibling. Her uncle, Raza Kazim, is a legal advisor and supporter of the arts. The renowned journalist Nasim Zehra is her aunt. Her guardians were isolated when she was a year old. Her dad, Syed Abbas Kazim, let her work as a kid model since "he viewed it as something charming," she says, although her family considered acting her desire from an early age to be too humble a field for a young lady of her station. Her father was a traditionalist in his thoughts regarding ladies, and her mom, Ghazala Saigol, was more modern.
She attended Kinnaird College and the King's College, Canada, where she got a Bachelor of Arts degree in Media. She likewise holds a Cisco Certified Network Associate certification. Kazim has been engaged with media work since she was four years of age. In 1985–86, she did commercials for Samsonite and different items. She showed up in her first business play when she was fourteen, coordinated by her closest companion Mashal Peerzada.
Her expert vocation, where she began utilizing the name "Juggan Kazim," started in Toronto, when Sutherland Models moved toward her to fill in as a model. Kazim made her film debut in the number one spot job of "Gugan" in Gaurav Seth's film. After coming back to Pakistan, she began facilitating TV with the show Beanbag, which she additionally imagined and composed.
From that point forward, she has promoted various shows for different Pakistani systems. In March 2010, Kazim was named as L'Oreal "Image Ambassador" for their Garnier brand of hair and healthy skin items in Pakistan. Since 2011, she is the host of the show "Morning with Juggun" which pretense on Pakistan Television Corporation's (PTV Home) on weekdays.
Ainy Jaffri Rahman is a Pakistani actress and Model. She is a Shia Muslim. Ainy at first began her vocation from a promoting organization. Later on, when she came to Pakistan, she began working in show serials. She started with the show sequential 'Zip Bus Chup Raho' in 2011, which was broadcast on Geo TV. In 2012, Jaffri showed up in a lead job in Hum TV's program Aseerzadi.
In 2013 she made her film debut in Humayun Saeed's production Main Hoon Shahid Afridi. Ainy Jaffri has additionally voiced the principal character Jiya in the animated series, Burka Avenger. She likewise showed up in Balu Mahi with Osman Khalid Butt, a film by Haissam Hussain. Ainy Jaffri was born on June 9, 1981, in Karachi, Pakistan. Although she was designed in Pakistan yet, she invested the vast majority of her energy living abroad in Canada. She finished her examinations from McGill University, Canada. On February 22, 2014, Jaffri wedded Faris Rahman and settled in London.
Born August 3, 1981, Komal Rizvi is a Pakistani actress, artist, lyricist, and a TV have. She is well known for her melodies in Coke Studio (Pakistan). Rizvi was conceived in Dubai and then raised in England and Nigeria. As a youngster, she came to Pakistan and propelled her profession in Karachi, where she was likewise an understudy. She began her vocation at age 16 when her ability was spotted by a family companion of her sibling Hasan Rizvi, who is an artist and a business person and performed with Komal at different design occasions.
She delivered her first tune in 1999, which proceeded to turn into the super hit bhangra song "bauji bhangra saaday naal paoji." She turned into a short-term sensation. She regularly composes the verses of her melodies. Rizvi began her TV facilitating profession with Karachi Nights With Komal. The feature of her facilitating vocation remains the TV show she accomplished for Hum in Pakistan where she hosted Hum TV Mornings With Komal and Nachley, and the well-known unscripted TV drama for ARY.
Syed Ishrat Abbas (1928 – November 8, 1980), better known by his stage name Darpan was one of the first sentimental legends of the "brilliant age" of Pakistan's film industry. He was naturally introduced to a center class Shia Muslim family initially from the United Provinces of India, where he was born in 1928. His more established brother, San tosh Kumar, was likewise a film entertainer. Another sibling, S. Sulaiman, is a movie director.
Darpan was presented in the film Amanat in 1950 and proceeded to star in the Pakistani Punjabi film Billo in 1951. After featuring a couple of more movies created in Lahore, he chose to attempt his karma in India, where he just had a moderate degree of progress. Outstanding films from this period include Barati (1954), and Adl-e-Jehangir (1955) opposite Meena Kumari. While in India, he was impractically associated with the Indian Actress Nigar Sultana, who played Bahar in the exemplary Indian film Mughal-e-Azam.
Darpan was a gorgeous and alluring man with brown eyes and a rich playboy's smile. When it came to marriage, Darpan fell for a modest, regularly eastern and a polite individual actress, Nayyar Sultana. They had been combined before in a super-hit Pakistani film Saheli (1960), which additionally starred Shamim Ara and was coordinated by veteran movie chief S.M. Yousuf. He kicked the bucket in Lahore on November 8, 1980, at age 52.
Faisal Raza Abidi is a Pakistani political figure and a former senator representing the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) for Sindh Province, from March 2009 to January 2013. He likewise filled in as the gathering leader of the Karachi Division and held a high-positioning enrollment of the central committee of the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP). Famous for his rhetorical aptitudes, Faisal is likewise eminent for talking non-reluctantly against the Taliban and its various restricted fear bunches working in Pakistan on national TV.
Strategically, he is unified with Sunni Ittihad Council representing the lion's share Sunni Barelvi sect and Majlis Wahdat-e-Muslimeen representing the Shia group in Pakistan. An agent by calling, Abidi is additionally the CEO of the Al-Zulfiqar Group of Companies, Karachi, since 2008. Abidi was chosen as the leader of PPP's Karachi division after 2008's General Election. He put forth noteworthy attempts in restoring the exercises of the Pakistan People's Party in Karachi and delighted in its impact. Specific components hated his ubiquity.
Thus he was expelled from the administration of the Karachi Division. However, in 2011 he was again assigned as President of PPP, Karachi Division, and left the administration following an inward gathering break in 2012. From March 2009 to April 2014, Faisal Abidi was chosen from the Senate from Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) on the Sindh standard. He offered his renunciation on request of his gathering over contrasts with the gathering leadership.
In October 2018, Abidi was captured and sent to prison in the scorn of the court. Reportedly Faisal Abidi, during a meeting with an electronic stage "Naya Pakistan" seemed online in July-2018, referenced the Chief Justice of Pakistan a "double-crosser" on the supplication of his making vow under the PCO. Subsequently, the proprietor and maker of "Naya Pakistan'' web channel, were likewise sent to prison on a legal remand. Shia Muslim researchers like Allama Hassan Zafar Naqvi reprimanded the capture of Faisal Raza Abidi.
Al Baqee Organization, situated in the USA, has claimed for his quick release. Besides, an exhibit arranged on 19 Oct-2018 in Kharadar, the business heart of Karachi.
Dr. Athar Ali (August 20, 1963 – October 4, 2003) was a Pakistani system engineer and a rocket scientist killed in Karachi on October 4, 2003. He was a specialist in missile technology and was the senior researcher at the Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission (SUPARCO) during the hour of the advancement of the Shaheen rocket direction system.
SUPARCO is a Pakistani administrative organization. His demise prompted the mass exhibition in a Shiite community in Karachi. A graduate of NED University of Engineering and Technology, Ali got his doctorate (Ph.D.) in system engineering from a similar organization. The SUPARCO supported his doctoral investigations in the 1980s. He related to SUPARCO during his lord's investigations in framework building.
He played a significant and focal job in the Pakistani space program. Having joined SUPARCO in 1985, Ali was related to the rocket's electrical and hardware framework. From there on, he had practical experience in rocket innovation while the Hatf rocket system was creating. Ali was one of the senior researchers engaged with the indigenous advancement of the Shaheen guided rocket frameworks and was answerable for the program's electrical and structure power building at the SUPARCO.
In 2002, because of his commitment to the organization, he was advanced as the commissioner’s appointee head. Athar Ali was a prominent researcher and rocket technologist who had contributed to the country's space program. As a rocket master, he had a costly commitment to the field of advanced science. His death brought across the nation fights and exhibitions. Following his demise, Dr. Ali was awarded Hilal-I-Imtiaz by the President of Pakistan.