Fawad Khan is one of the most recognized and celebrated artists of Pakistan. Largely acknowledged for his good looks and charming personality, Fawad Khan has also managed to impress us as a romantic hero. The actor is all set to romance Mahira Khan in his upcoming film, The Legend of Maula Jatt.

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The dreamy actor has made a fine romantic hero in several dramas and films, particularly captivating us with his quite yet charming, mysterious and alluring persona.

The actor who is immensely popular with the females, has a growing fandom in India as well. Even Indian actors have been vocal about expressing their liking of Fawad Khan. While Sonam Kapoor has never shied away from saying how fond she is of Fawad Khan, Deepika Padukone has also commented that Fawad Khan has the most dreamy eyes. In addition, Ranbir Kapoor has remarked that “I always felt less hotter whenever Fawad was in the room” during their time together while working in Ae Dil Hai Mushkil.

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The heartthrob has captivated countless hearts, garnering an international hype. Let’s recap a few times, when he particularly stood out as a romantic hero!

1. Ashar in Humsafar.

His romantic character Ashar came across as a dreamy, reserved and a serious character who romanced the shy Khirad while giving us butterflies in our stomachs. While Mahira Khan complimented the actor equally, Fawad Khan as Ashar became a character girls largely gushed over. The duo was an instant favorite.

Ashar and Khirad in Hamsafar

The drama also had beautiful dialogues and the characters’ apt acting skills made the drama all the more endearing!

Khirad and Ashar in Hamsafar

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2. Zaroon in Zindagi Gulzar Hai

Zindagi Gulzar Hai had the pairing of Fawad Khan and Sanam Saeed. Its was an adorable story of how fights turn into love and the duo marries. The two come from completely different families and yet find love. Fawad Khan once again won our hearts romancing onscreen. The dreamy heartthrob played a fun loving and romantic character who was a charmer with the ladies.

Zaroon and Kashaf in Zindagi Gulzar Hai

3. A Rajput prince in Kobsoorat

Fawad Khan was also seen romancing the Bollywood diva, Sonaam Kapoor in his Bollywood debut, Kobsoorat. The actor played a price who falls in love with a hopelessly romantic physiotherapist. Although its the girl who teaches him a thing or two about love, but Fawad Khan absolutely stunned as a romantic companion.

Fawad Khan and Sonaam Kapoor

4. Hassan in Dastan

The play Dastan was an adaption of Razia Butt’s novel. Based on the heartrending incidents of partition, the tragic drama did not see a happy ending. However Sanam Baloch and Fawad Khan gave very powerful performances. Their romance in particular was heartwarming. Sanam played a naive and simple girl who feared love whereas Hassan’s character was more bold and romantic. The character is deeply in love with Bano and is possessive of her.

Hassan and Bano in Dastan

The tragic drama does not end the way one would have wished it to end however Hassan proves to be a true lover as he does not give up on her till the very end.

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5. Asghar in Akbari and Asghari

The play Akbari and Asghari once again had Fawad Khan and Sanam Baloch. Fawad Khan played an unconventional character of a villger in the drama who plans to marry Akbari (Sanam Baloch) only because he wants her father’s money, not knowing that they do not actually have money. The comedy play unties the lovers as they end up marrying out of circumstances but fall in love with each other later. Fawad Khan and Sanam Baloch once again depicted fitting onscreen chemistry and Fawad Khan played an unconventional romantic hero effortlessly.

Asghar and Akbari
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