Bilal Abbas Khan

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Bilal Abbas
Native name Template:Lang
Born Bilal Abbas Khan
(1993-06-04) June 4, 1993 (age 27)
Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan
Nationality Pakistani
Occupation Template:Flatlist
Years active 2016–present

Bilal Abbas (Template:Lang-ur) is a Pakistani actor noted for playing a variety of characters in a range of serials—from contemporary social to romantic dramas.

Personal Life

Abbas (a.k.a Billu) was born in Karachi and has one sister and two brothers.[1] He got his early education from a boarding school named Lawrence College, Murree because his parents wanted him to join the armed forces, whereas he wanted to do acting from childhood. He has done his bachelors in marketing from “SZABIST’’, Karachi. He got into acting on TV by chance after his friend told him there were auditions for HUM TV's Saya-e-Deewar. He has experience of theatre with NAPA.[2]

Filmography

Films

Year Title Role Notes
2017 Thora Jee Le Party Khan Film debut alongside newcomer Ramsha Khan

Television

Year Title Role Channel
2016 Dumpukht – Aatish e Ishq Billu A Plus Entertainment
Saya-e-Dewar Bhi Nahi Afaaq Hum TV
Bay Khudi Arsam ARY Digital
2017 Saanp Seerhi Express Entertainment
Rasm E Duniya Faris ARY Digital
O Rangreza Qasim Hum TV
Yeh Ishq Hai (Tum Na Miltay Toh) A Plus Entertainment
Qurbaan ARY Digital

Telefilms

  • Aashiq Colony (ARY Digital)
  • Mohabbat Hogayee Aakhir (ARY Digital)

References