On Aijaz Aslam ‘s Birthday, Remembering 5 of his Memorable characters

Aijaz Aslam

Aijaz Aslam is one actor who has always managed to come out triumphant and blow our minds away with every performance. He is known for providing the audience with a wide variety of characters. For Aslam, it is imperative to stand out than fit in. Over the years, the actor has only leveled up his acting skills.

On his birthday, we at Fashion Times Magazine are giving a shout-out to his most beloved performances. Read on…

Rosho – ‘Kashkol’

This role was made for Aijaz. He slipped into Rosho so effortlessly that we had a hard time dissociating him from his on-screen persona. From the casting to the relatable storyline, everything about this drama was perfect.

 

 

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Chaudhry Nazakat in ‘Kis Din Mere Viyah Howay Ga

Aijaz has never looked as adorable as he did in Kis Din Mera Viyah Howay Ga. Playing the role of Chaudhry Nazakat, he brought a cute, bold, and flamboyant appeal that became the essence of his character. Even with an ensemble cast, his performance stood out.

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Mustaqeem in ‘Dolly Darling’

The very first and obvious reason why we loved Dolly Darling was Aijaz impeccable comic timing that left us ROFL-ing. Mustaqeem as the victimized husband was at the logger’s head. It felt like he has a Midas touch as far as comedy is concerned! The versatile actor pulled off his character with utmost grace and perfection.

 

 

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Atif Nawaz in ‘Uraan’

If you thought Aijaz could only play only light-hearted roles, well you should think again. ‘Uraan’ proved how good he was in pulling off the role of an antagonist. ‘Uraan’ was undoubted, one of his finest performances; his portrayal of Atif Nawaz, an ad agency owner who manipulates aspiring actors was a treat for the viewers.

 

 

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Jehangir in Nand

In a premise revolving around the female protagonist, Aslam left a huge mark with his portrayal of a devoted husband ‘Jahangir’. Right from the first shot, his positive vibes had all our attention. His pain and emotions translated well on screen and connected instantly. Aijaz brought his A-game and it shows.

 

 

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While Aijaz is undeniably on a roll with back-to-back hit projects it would be interesting to see what he brings next to the table. We at Fashion Times wish him a very happy birthday.

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