Rohi Bano after her illness appears first time on any TV channel. Although she has been issued a discharge certificate, declaring her fully recovered both mentally and physically, the painful memory of her son untimely death coupled with the callousness of the entertainment industry towards her plight still lurks deep within her soul, tormenting her.
A Morning with Farah Monday 19-10-2009 Live Interview with Babu Baral , Punjabi and Urdu Stage Artist.
A Morning with Farah Live interview with Sakhawat Naz, Pakistani actor. He has starred in stage dramas and telefilms in various languages including Urdu and Punjabi. He has performed alongside comedy actors Sohail Ahmad, Nasir Chinyoti, Tariq Teddi, Naseem Vicky, Amanat Chan, Nawaz Anjum and Akram Udas. He is the brother of Sajan Abbas.
Morning with Farah Interview with Sohail Ahmed, comedian, and stage and TV actor. He is famous for using improvised dialogue during stage plays. He is an outspoken opponent of vulgarity and obscenity in stage dramas.Sohail Ahmed appears on Hasb e Haal as Azizi.
A Morning with Farah Tuesday 11-01-2010 Live Interview with Asif Khan Hero and Villain. So far he has worked in about 375 movies that were produced in Urdu, Pashto or Punjabi. He has played diverse roles both as a hero and a villain. Indeed, Asif Ali Khan is a great Pukhtun artist.
Morning with Farah Khayyam Sharhadi, the famous actor and Pride of Performance winner , passed away Thursday February 3, 2011 after suffering from a massive heart attack. The 1998 historic flick ‘Jinnah’ in which Khayyam Sharhadi portrayed the role of Sardar Abdul Rab Nishtar, alongside Christopher Lee, James Fox and Richard Lintern is one of
Jamal Shah is an artist. He is a Pashtun Sayyid from Quetta, Balochistan, Pakistan. He is a multitalented artist and his activities span a wide range of artforms. He is thus both an actor, a director, a painter, and a social worker. Jamal Shah was born in 1956 in Quetta, Balochistan where he has played
Firdous Jamal, Actor 300 television plays in Urdu, Pushto, Hindko, and Punjabi, 150 stage plays, 200 radio programmes and plays, and 50 films in Urdu, Pushto, Sindhi, and Seraiki. His most popular TV drama was Nusrat Thakar’s “Waris”. He played acted almost all types of characters and has won a number of awards, including PTV
A Morning with Farah – Mr. Muhammad Ayub Khosa is a Balochi artiste of Pakistan Television. He started performing in PTV-Quetta Centre’s regional Balochi programmes and plays in 1976 and soon attained nation-wide recognition. He has also appeared in many Urdu plays. He is a versatile artiste, attaining fame as a compare both in Urdu
Morning with Farah interview with Aman Ullah, Famous Pakistani Stage actor. He performed in Hundreds of stage dramas. Aman Ullah is king of comedy.