Asif Raza Mir

Asif Raza Mir (Urdu: آصف رضا میر) is a Pakistani film actor who was mostly active during the 1980s. He acted in a number of popular films, including Badalte Mausam, Daaman, Haye Yeh Shohar, Mere Apne, Playboy[1] and Saathi alongside various cinema stars. He has also been involved in several famous television drama serials such as Darwaza, Samundar, Tanhaiyaan, Tansen, Choti Choti Baatein, Roshni and Ishq Gumshuda.

Asif Raza Mir
Asif Raza Mir

(1959-09-26) September 26, 1959
OccupationActor, Producer
Spouse(s)Samra Asif Mir
ChildrenAhad Raza Mir (son)
Adnan Raza Mir (son)

He is the founder of A & B Entertainment, a television production house in Pakistan.


His father Raza Mir (d. 2002) was a movie director who was also the cinematographer for the first ever Pakistani film, Teri Yaad (1948).[2] His son Ahad Raza Mir is also an actor.


Mir reached the peak of his career in the 1980s. He has acted in a variety of different Pakistani films, such as Daaman, Badalte Mausam, Saathi, Playboy, Mere Apne and Haye Yeh Shohar. His involvements with the media faded away in the 1990s, but he rose back in 2000's.

Mir has also acted in various drama serials, such as Main Abdul Qadir Hoon and Ishq Gumshuda. His most popular performance on television, which came in Tanhaiyaan, was one of the reasons for his early success. His role in Samundar is also still remembered. He also acted in an Eid play, titled Choti Choti Baatein. His role in the period play Tansen opposite Zeba Bakhtiar was also appreciated by the audiences and the critics alike. He also acted opposite Roohi Bano in Darwaza and his performance is remembered to this day. He appeared in the last episode of Anwar Maqsood's famous serial Aangan Terha as a thief. Apart from acting, Mir is also a businessman, although he says that he has never been able to keep balance between the two.




  1. Playboy: IMDB
  2. Ahmed Sarym, The ‘Raza Mir’ Factor, The Express Tribune, 4 Marc 2018. Retrieved 3 June 2018.

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