Ali Rehman Khan has robust manifestation, on and off screen. The fitness freak, self-proclaimed tech-geek and London School of Economics graduate has a passion for acting and love for helping out others. The good-will ambassador for WWF, Ali Rehman Khan has many hats to put on.
Fresh off the accomplishment of his anti-hero character in the TV play, ‘Khaas’, and the amusing character in the Eid Al Adha released rom-com movie, ‘Heer Maan Ja’, Ali Rehman Khan is taking the small screen by storm, with another drama serial, titled ‘Bewafa’. Khan is playing the titular character of a deceitful spouse, opposite Naveen Waqar, while Ushna Shah offers the third corner to the love story. ‘Bewafa’ is directed by Aabis Raza, and produced by Fahad Mustafa and Dr Ali Kazmi’s Big Bang Entertainment.
This heartthrob of our TV industry doesn’t believe in taking up passable characters. He upheaved from theatre to movies with a series of television performances in between. Whether it’s acting, dancing, or hosting; he executes everything with the utmost gravity and candor that it deserves. His hard work translates onto screens. The Blue-eyed actor has a perfect hero material personality yet he chose the anti-hero characters and not just the conventional heroes that certainly break a few typecasts.
His role in Bewafa is quite obnoxious in nature and his knack of internalizing every character is truly plausible and his interaction with the other co-actors look quite realistic on-screen exhibiting different attributes of a family relationship and speaks volume about his versatility as an actor. Playing a ‘cheating’ husband who is successfully deceiving his wife, Khan has perfectly embodied the persona of the character.
Ali Rehman Khan’s acting in Bewafa is garnering rave reviews amongst critics. With one project after another getting aired lately, he seems to be inexorable. By his soft demeanor and hard work, Ali is surely going to leave all the noise behind on the road of establishment.