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Mir Sarwar: Actor-Director Extraordinaire, Unveiling ‘Ya Khuda’ Amidst COVID Lockdown

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Mir Sarwar: Actor-Director Extraordinaire, Unveiling ‘Ya Khuda’ Amidst COVID Lockdown

Mir Sarwar: A Cinematic Maestro’s Journey from Bollywood Blockbusters to Directing Heartfelt “Ya Khuda” Prayer Song Amidst Lockdown

In a remarkable display of versatility, Indian actor Mir Sarwar has not only graced the silver screen with notable roles in Bollywood hits like Kesari, Bajrangi Bhaijaan, and Jolly LLB 2, but he has also carved a niche for himself as a director. Sarwar achieved significant recognition for his directorial debut, earning the coveted Best Debut Director Honors and clinching a State Award.

Mir Sarwar embarked on his career under the guidance of renowned directors M K Raina and Bapi Bose in Delhi, marking the beginning of a journey that would lead him to Mumbai in 2014. His early roles in high-profile films such as Bajrangi Bhaijaan (2015) and Phantom (2015) showcased his talent and set the stage for a promising career.

Notably, Sarwar’s commitment to the Kashmiri film industry goes beyond acting. He actively participated in the production of Kashmir Daily, a self-financed Kashmiri film venture. His passion for promoting local filmmaking is evident as he contributes to projects without charging a fee, encouraging budding talents in the region.

Recently, Mir Sarwar directed the poignant prayer song “Ya Khuda” during the COVID-19 lockdown. The song featured a star-studded cast of veteran actors from Jammu and Kashmir, adding a touch of sincerity and unity during challenging times.

His directorial pursuits extend to the film BED NO.17, which is set to be showcased in various film festivals. Sarwar’s cinematic journey also includes collaborating on Mani Ratnam’s Tamil film Kaatru Veliyidai (2017) and playing pivotal roles in Kesari, Notebook, Hamid, Panipat, Chanakya, Jai Hind, Pawan Putra, and web series like The Family Man, Bard of Blood, Bhram, and Special Ops.

In films like Half Widow, Kashmir Daily, and Lihaaf, Mir Sarwar has proven his mettle by essaying diverse roles, including the negative lead in Dharma Productions’ Kesari (2019).

Mir Sarwar’s trajectory in the Indian film industry exemplifies not only his acting prowess but also his dedication to fostering regional cinema and creating meaningful content. His recent foray into directing “Ya Khuda” serves as a testament to his commitment to artistry and storytelling even in the face of unprecedented challenges. – The Blaze Times

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