Mohib Mirzaâ€™s acting credentials are pretty much known. The talented actor began his career with Sahira Kazmiâ€™s drama serial, Zaibunnisa. He then went on to do a variety of roles, including comedic (did a pretty good job there too) and impressed a lot of people in and out of the showbiz industry with his effortless performances.
One of Mohibâ€™s recent acting assignments was a challenging part in a film entitled Insha-Allah, directed by a chap by the name of Khurram Mahmood. The film has received a great many accolades, including a nomination for Best Foreign Language Film for 2009 at the International Film-maker Festival on Oct 29. The festival has also nominated Mohib Mirza for Best Supporting Actor. Actors Brian Capron (Ambleton Delight) James Tweedy (Where Seagulls Cry a Song) and Michael Worth (Complacent) have been given the nod in the same category.
This is indeed a great honour not only for MM but also for Pakistan, where actors donâ€™t acquire formal training and are thrown into this demanding field of art to prove their mettle. Way to go! But donâ€™t let it go to your head.
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