فریحہ جبین کی خوبصورت بیٹی امر خان جو کہ منال خان کی کاپی ہیں اتنی جلدی شوبز انڈسٹری میں اتنا مقام حاصل کر گئیں ان کی کچھ ایسی تصاویر دیکھیں جو آپ نے پہلے کبھی نہیں دیکھیں ہوں گی
The show business industry in Pakistan has undergone revolutionary changes in the last few years, especially in the Dharma industry. The second and third generation of television artists are also working. Momal Sheikh and Shehzad Sheikh, daughters of renowned actor Javed Sheikh, gained popularity in dramas and films. Similarly, Behrooz Sabzwari’s son Shahrooz Sabzwari acted as a hero in Syed Noor’s film “Chain Aaye Na”.
“I am from Lahore, but I was born in Multan,” Amar Khan told Jang in an exclusive interview. My mother Fareeha Jabeen has given thirty years to the drama industry. I have inherited a wealth of art from them. I am the only child of my parents, I have no brother or sister !! Completed all educational stages in Lahore. He graduated in Filmmaking from Beacon House National University, Lahore.
Later he did various short courses in film making from USA. She lived alone at home, so she watched a lot of movies and wrote different stories. Initially, I was introduced to the role of Nilufer in “Bellapur’s Witch”. He also continued to teach writing along with acting. My new feature film “Dum Mastam” was written in three years and took two years to reach the director.
In response to this question, Amar Khan said that acting involves a lot of people, script producers, make-up, direction, lights, etc., while writing a film or drama is a very difficult task. It’s a completely creative thing, you have to pay close attention. ”
What did you dream of becoming in school or college?
In response, Amar Khan said that my mother never imposed the art of acting on me. She used to say that whatever your heart desires, do it and achieve with your abilities. So I thought I would start acting easily, I also focused on writing skills along with acting.
As many short stories and a feature film has been written so far. All of them have responded very well.