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  • Imran Khan

    Imran Ahmed Khan Niazi is a Pakistani former cricketer and the 22nd Prime Minister of Pakistan. He became an inspiration to youngsters venturing into cricket. He rose to popularity with his amazing talent as one of the finest cricketers Pakistan has ever produced. His journey of transforming from the biggest heartthrob of cricket to an influential politician is highly impressive and motivating. He is credited for leading Pakistan to its first ever Cricket World Cup title in 1992, defeating England, thereby being termed as the most successful and prominent cricket captain of Pakistan. This champion cricketer surprised the world as an exceptional fast bowler and a great all-rounder, making the game of cricket more popular in his country. He excelled not just in the cricketing arena, but also in the political world and social ground. He retired from cricket in 1992 and entered politics by forming his own party “ Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (Movement for Justice). He established the first cancer hospital, in Lahore, after losing his mother to the deadly disease. He is involved in raising funds for various health and educational projects, coming out a helping hand for the underprivileged and deserving.

    Imran Khan

  • Nawaz Sharif

    Pakistani politician who was a member of the Pakistan Muslim League before taking office as the Prime Minister of Pakistan for the fourth time in June 2013.

    Nawaz Sharif

  • Ali Zafar

    Pakistani singer of the international hit Channo, who also went into acting starring in Chashme Baddoor, the 2013 Bollywood hit.

    Ali Zafar

  • Sajal Ali

    Model and star of several television serials and telefilms. Between 2011 and 2015, she averaged between five and seven serials to star in per year. She made her film debut in Zindagi Kitni Hasten Hay in 2016.

    Sajal Ali

  • Maya Ali

    VJ, television actress, and model known for her roles in such popular Pakistani series as Aik Nayee Cinderella and Durr-e-Shahwar.

    Maya Ali

  • Momina Mustehsan

    Pakistani singer-songwriter who became one of the most influential Pakistani artists initially as a cover artist before debuting original music as a lead artist and co-singer. She made her Coke Studio debut as a featured artist in season nine.

    Momina Mustehsan

  • Wasim Akram

    Former Pakistani fast bowler who took 414 Test wickets in his career, most all-time for his country. He was inducted into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame in 2009.

    Wasim Akram

  • Farhan Saeed

    Pakistani singer known for his time as lead singer of the pop rock band Jal. He left the band in Fall 2014 to pursue a solo singing career.

    Farhan Saeed

  • Ayesha Omar

    Pakistani model, actress, and singer known for playing Khoobsurat on the show Bulbulay. She also played Natasha on Ladies Park and has appeared in films like Karachi se Lahore and Yalghaar.

    Ayesha Omar

  • Ayesha Khan

    Television and film actress who starred in the series Tum Yahi Kehna and the film Waar.

    Ayesha Khan

  • Lemonz

    YouTube personality who is widely known for his Lemonz channel. He has gained popularity there for his social media commentary, prank calls, and hip-hop compilation videos. 


  • Maryam Nawaz Sharif

    Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif is the current Prime Minster of Pakistan; he is in office since 2013. A veteran politician, he has previously served as the Prime Minister on two other occasions as well”from 1990 to 1993 and from 1997 to 1999. Born into a well-to-do family in Lahore, he entered his family business upon his graduation. His father founded the Ittefaq Group of Industries which is today a large conglomerate dealing in steel, sugar, paper, and textiles. Already a successful industrial by the time he entered politics, he put his astute administrative sense to good use in his political career as well. He forayed into politics when the then Prime Minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto started implementing nationalization policies which threatened Sharif's thriving family business. Initially his focus was only on saving his business but eventually he developed a deep interest in the country's politics and decided to pursue a political career. He continued working on rebuilding his business along with his involvement in politics. When he first became the Prime Minister in 1990 he attempted to create an economy based on privatization and economic liberalization in order to pave the way for Pakistan's rapid industrial development. In 1999, he was deposed from the office in a coup by the then Army Chief Pervez Musharraf and sent to exile in Saudi Arabia. However, Nawaz Sharif came nack to Pakistan in 2007 and eventually regained power in 2013.

    Maryam Nawaz Sharif