| فیصل رحمان|
Fasih Ur Rehman
| Actor, screenwriter|
| 1980–1991, 1997–present|
Guns and Roses: Ik Junoon, Ishq Be Parwah
Fasih Ur Rehman, Rehman, Shaan Shahid, Sajal Ali
Forman Christian College
Faisal Rehman Wikipedia
Faisal Rehman commonly known as Faisal is a Pakistani film and television actor, writer and director. He has worked in 30 films and many television shows.
Faisal Rehman's ancestors hail from Afghanistan with roots in the Mohammadzai clan of Kabul belonging to Barakzai branch of the Durrani confederacy. His ancestors moved to India in 1905 during British Raj. He is a nephew of noted Bollywood actor, Rehman, and his brother Fasih Ur Rehman is a classical dancer, their father is cinematographer Massud-ur-Rehman.
Faisal did his secondary schooling at St. Anthony High School Lahore. He was only a 14-year-old boy when he landed his first role in Nazar-ul-Islam's film Nahi Abhi Nahi, also starring famous film actress Shabnam.
He is also one of the founding members of "The Actors' Collective (ACT)", an association of actors, including film, theatre and televisions artists in Pakistan, established in 2009 and based in Lahore.1980: Nahi Abhi Nahi
1981: Aladin, Yeh Zamana Aur Hay
1982: Biwi Ho To Aisee
1983: Nadani, Tina
1984: Love Story, Miss Colombo, Doorian
1985: Aaposh, Mehek, Naraaz, Jeenay Nahi Doon Gee, Palkon Ki Chaon Main
1985: Miss Lanka (Pakistan-Bangladesh joint venture film)
1986: Dhanak, Miss Singapore, Beqarar, Baat Baan Jay, Agar Tum Na Hotay
1987: Girebaan, Qasam Munnay Ki
1988: Chakkar, Bazar-e-Husn
1991: Aandhi, Piyaar Aur Pasa
1999: Ghadaar, Guns and Roses - Ik Junoon
2002: Kaali Shalwar – Rehman was the Co-writer and director for this film along with Bilal Minto. This telefilm is an adaptation of Sadat Manto's work and was produced for Indus TV.
2004: Javaid Shampoo – Screened at 4th KaraFilm Festival received Ciepie for Special Jurors' Selection. The telefilm was also screened at Rafi Peer World Performing Arts Festival.
2009: Woh College Kay Din – Producer
2003 Indus Telefilm Festival third Winner: Best TV Film and Director for World Ka Center
2005 The 1st Indus Drama Awards: Nominated for Best Actor Drama Series
2006 Lux Style Awards: Best PTV Actor in a Leading Role for Batain Dil Ki