Bilal Abbas marches ahead with streak of brilliant performances

By: Faizan Javed      Published: 12:47 PM, 19 Mar, 2020
Bilal Abbas marches ahead with streak of brilliant performances

A decent actor knows how to grab the audience’s attention, a great one knows no boundaries, and if you look at the young actors these days, one name only comes to mind in terms of versatility – and that is none other than Bilal Abbas Khan.

Although Bilal Abbas Khan has been acting in dramas for quite a while, this multifaceted artist remains quite an underrated one for the versatile characters he has depicted so far.

Khan has been undertaking challenging roles that are an actual demonstration of his acting flair on screen. Be it the Jamal in Qurban, Qasim in O Rangreza, Taimoor in Bala or Wajih in Cheekh, Bilal Abbas Khan has given his best to whatever he does.

Talking to 24NewsHD, Bilal said: “My family members did help me but not in the way you imply. They were supportive, they believed in me and they encouraged me to pursue my dream. That is the only help that I needed and got. The only other factors that contributed to my success in show business are hard work, determination and, perhaps, good fortune.”

Bilal’s exceptional performance in megahit serial Cheekh became the talk of the town for months where he portrayed the character of Wajih from a loving and doting brother, to an arrogant murderer, a scary harasser, a crazy villain, a worried man, and eventually to a broken criminal.

He translated every single emotion with enormous precision. Not only he immersed into the character, he outshined everyone through his dialogue delivery.

We currently love his character as Abdullah in his latest drama serial ‘Pyar Ke Sadqay’. The drama is breaking all records of popularity where Bilal can be seen as the cutest hero ever, proving his mettle in this raw and nerd like character, who is shy and sensitive, yet has a romantic and humorous edge to him.

The character is so much beyond the norms of typical Paki drama styles, and people are going gaga over this chocolate boy already.

Bilal has proved that even if the character has negative or positive glooms, he owns each character as a human chameleon making every role as his own.