Pakistani entertainer Ahad Raza Mir adds another quill to his top as he won the 22nd yearly Betty Mitchell Awards for Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Drama classification on Monday.
Mir played out Shakespeare’s dramatization Hamlet: A Ghost Story in Canada. He took to Instagram to report the news.
The Betty Mitchell Awards are a yearly entertainment pageant which means to perceive magnificence in Calgary’s Professional Theater Community.
The Shakespeare Company more than once reached the Parwaaz Hai Junoon on-screen character for a long time before marking him as the lead. Mir trusts it just demonstrates their dimension of pledge to him. The Pakistani star was the primary dark colored entertainer to be given a role as Hamlet in Canada.
Mir went to secondary school in Canada and concentrated acting at the University of Calgary. He was a rising star in Calgary theater hovers before he came back to Pakistan where he has built up himself as one of the nation’s driving youthful on-screen characters in TV and film in two brief years.
As detailed by the Calgary Herald, Mir consented to fly back to Calgary to play Hamlet after he started chipping away at the content alone.
In any case, Hamlet isn’t the main play he’s finished. Mir has additionally performed in The Tempest, Romeo and Juliet and Macbeth.
On the work front, the 24-year-old is at present playing a character on a period show Aangan. It additionally stars Sajal Aly, Mawra Hocane, Ahsan Khan and Sonya Hassyn.