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Manzar Sehbai

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Full Name  Manzar Sehbai
Name  Manzar Sehbai
Nationality  Pakistani
Role  Actor

Occupation  Actor
Residence  Germany
Years active  2009 – present
Siblings  Sarmad Sehbai
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Born  March 19, 1950 (age 65) (1950-03-19) Sialkot, Pakistan
Relatives  Sarmad Sehbai (brother)
Awards  Lux Style Award for Best Actor (Film)
Movies  Bol, Ya Rab, Mah‑e‑Meer
Similar People  Shoaib Mansoor, Amr Kashmiri, Hasnain Hyderabadwala, Atif Aslam

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Manzar Sehbai is a Pakistani actor who appears in Lollywood films and serials. He has worked in different drama serials and made his film debut in 2011 with Shoaib Mansoor's Bol for which he won Lux Style Awards and SAARC Film Awards. In 2013, he appeared in Zinda Bhaag, Pakistan's entry for Best Foreign Language Film in 2013's Academy Awards.


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Early life

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Sehbai was born in Sialkot, Pakistan but later moved to Lahore with his family. He is the brother of director Sarmad Sehbai. He studied from Government College University, Lahore and has been living in Germany for the last 35 years.


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Sehbai started his acting career from his college life. He worked together with Usman Peerzada and Salman Shahid. He first appeared in telifilm Paani Ke Qaidi and then Kee Janaan Main Kaun and many more.

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He made his film debut with 2011 with Shoaib Mansoor's Bol opposite Humaima Malick, Mahira Khan, Atif Aslam and Iman Ali for which he won Lux Style Awards and SAARC Film Awards.

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In 2013, he appeared in Pakistan's entry to the Academy Awards film Zinda Bhaag opposite Amna Ilyas and Naseeruddin Shah, which was critically and commercially successful.


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