Ahad Raza Mir, AKA Dr Asfandyar, has taken both social media and our television screens by storm. We saw him first in Sammi as he lit up our screens every time he was in the frame. And later, he had half the population of the country going gaga over him in “Yakeen Ka Safar“. He’s shooting for his first feature film, Parwaz Hay Junoon, as we speak. He’s the son of veteran actor Asif Raza Mir, who was befittingly the heartthrob of the generation before us. So here are just a few snippets of Ahad Raza Mir’s interview with Peanut Pik that will make you rush and get yourselves a Nikaah-khwaan:
What was your craziest fan moment?
When asked Sajal Ali or Maya Ali.
As he has many times before because well, Sajal is just his BFF now~
As one of the actors who have actually been to an acting school, what was your biggest learning?
Aur hamein apko explore kernay ka…ok nevermind.
Koi aisa khwaab jo aap aanay walay saalon mein poora kerna chahein?
He is asked to sing for his fans and well…….MELTING.
Omg omg omg omg omg omg
The whole interview includes Ahad Raza Mir talking about growing up as a third generation actor, his struggles and plans for the future and a whole lot of quirk in between. The interview gives you an insight into how Ahad is not only your heart throb but a typical boy next door.
Watch full video here:
The video is a series of “Khas Lamha” by Peanut Pik which allows Pakistanis to step inside the lives of their favorite celebrities and catch a side of them they’ve never seen on-screen.
Some of the other celebrities featured in the videos are:
Best friend trivia with Sanam Saeed and Zoe Viccaji where Sanam doesn’t know the answer to Zoe’s first live performance.
Whoops. Are they even best friends?
Finding out Humayun Saeed’s nickname which and other dirty details 😉
And Mehwish Hayat reminiscing about her first even billboard feature in the streets of Karachi. Awwww.
The objective of the campaign is to show the human side of celebrities. Their relationships with family, their highs and lows in a fun way. It was about showcasing the moments that made them human and relatable. What did you think about the videos? Let us know in the comments section below.
This post has been sponsored by Peek Freans Peanut Pik and Pista.