ISLAMABAD -- Fans of renowned actor of radio, TV and film Jamshed Ansari observed his birth anniversary on Tuesday in different parts of the country to pay homage to his services.
They organized a number of events to remember his services in the field of drama and film industry.
Jamshed Ansari was born in Saharanpur, India on December 31st, 942 and at the age of six he migrated to Pakistan along with his family members in 1948 Jamshed Ansari played the memorable role of Safdar in the longest run Pakistani Radio programme `Hamid Mian Kay Haan'.
Listening that programme became the second habit of the Pakistani people for more than four decades.
Jamshed's first television play from Karachi television was 'Ghora ghaas khata hai', written by Agha Nasir.
He earned fifty-five national and two international awards in his...