Pakistan has birthed several talented youngsters who have been recognized globally. This land is full of talent that keeps emerging, filling our hearts with pride. Be it in the field of media, sports, technology, or medicine, Pakistani men and women have done nothing but made us proud.
Hamza Sohail is a new face in the Pakistani drama industry. He is the son of the legendary actor Sohail Ahmed and made his debut in the drama serial Raqeeb Se. He played the role of Abdul, appearing opposite Faryaal Mahmood. He played his character with excellence proving that good acting skills run in his genes.
Hamza is a live figure of talent and good looks. The actor not only made a name for himself in a really short time but also stole several hearts.
Currently, Hamza’s work can be seen in the ongoing drama serial Badshah Begum.
Bilal Asim, a rising tennis star, is planning on shining our name internationally. Bilal who is yet to turn 16 is already ranked No1 in under-16 and under-18 National Tennis Championships. The young tennis star has been training hard under the supervision of his coaches Rashid Malik (Tamgh-e-Imtiaz) and Ahmad Babar and is keen to represent Pakistan in the junior international tennis circuit.
Bilal has previously represented Pakistan internationally on multiple occasions and beat players ranging from India to Russia to Turkey and many more. Bilal was part of the Junior Davis Cup team in 2022 and proudly represented Pakistan in New Delhi beating Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Kazakhstan, and Thailand.
Zahra Paracha, a singer and music producer, found her refuge in music from a young age. A talented guitarist, who nurtures a true love for the technicalities of music production, Paracha is no stranger to Pakistan’s varied Indie music scene. Inspired by bands such as Call, Entity Paradigm (EP), and Jal, Zahra Paracha is trying to make her name following their footsteps.
Currently working as an Audio Post Production Engineer for Citrus Studio, Paracha’s first and formal foray into the Indie music scene began in 2016 when she reached out to the band, Sikandar ka Mandar. And subsequently releasing an album with them, Paracha knew she was in the right place.
Zahra is setting all sorts of examples for young girls. “Music has always been something I did for myself to heal and feel whole again. And I think it has done a really good job in helping me so far.”