Today marks the thirty-fourth death anniversary of the celebrated TV actor, Saleem Nasir.
Born on November 15, 1944, in Nagpur, British India, Saleem Nasir was known for his exceptional acting skills. He embarked on his professional career with the film “Zaib-un-Nisa” in 1976.
Saleem Nasir left an indelible mark with his outstanding performances in numerous television plays. Some of his most famous works include “Aakhri Chatan,” “Nishan-e-Haider,” “Ankahi,” “Dastak,” and “Aangan Terha.”
His portrayal of Sultan Jalal ud Din in the television series “Aakhree Chataan” and Captain Sarwar Shaheed in the drama series “Nishan e Haider” garnered widespread acclaim.
In recognition of his contributions to the world of entertainment, Saleem Nasir was posthumously awarded the “President’s Pride of Performance Award.”
On this day in 1989, Saleem Nasir passed away in Karachi, leaving behind a lasting legacy in the realm of Pakistani television and cinema.