Wasi shah

 

Syed Wasi Shah (Urdu:سید وصی شاہ) is a Pakistani Urdu poet, dramatist, columnist, writer, anchor and occasional actor. Wasi started his career by acting in his own-scripted serial, he left acting in order to pursue his career in poetry.[1]

Wasi Shah wrote many books, including Mujhay Sandal Kar DoMere Ho Kar RahoAnkhain Bheeg Jati HainMujhay Sandal Kar Do. Wasi has written many plays including BabulThorhi Si Jaga Chaiye and Ek Tamanna Lahasil Si for which he was nominated asBest Writer Drama Serial at 1st Hum Awards.

Born as Syed Wasi Shah in Sargodha, Punjab, Wasi has a Punjabi dialect. His was seven when his father died of heart attack. Wasi married in 2001, he met his wife during his stay in Islamabad while of his first shooting of drama. Wasi and his wife have four children.

Career[ .]

Wasi started his career as an actor in his own written serial, but left acting in order to pursue his childhood interest in poetry. Later Wasi served as an anchor on the talk shows, Raat Gaye and 3 Idiots.[2] He appears on number of talk shows, morning shows and intellectual programs. Wasi also serve as columnist on a daily Pakistani newspaper and he is still writing about issues in the newspaper Daily Aaj.

Urdu Digest diplomat[ .]

Wasi became safeer[clarification needed] of Pakistan’s first digest magazine, Urdu Digest, and is called Safeer-e-Urdu (سفیراردو) in 2012.

Television plays[ .]

  • Babul (PTV),
  • Thorhi Si Jaga Chaiye (Geo TV)
  • Ek Tamanna Lahasil Si (Hum TV)
  • Kanpur Se Katas Tak (ATV)
  • Shikan (PTV)
  • Muhabbat Main Tum (Geo TV)

Books of poetry[ .]

[3]

  • Mujhe Sandal Ker do
  • Aankhain Bheeg Jati Hain
  • Meray ho k Raho