Fawad Khan is a Pakistani actor and singer. As a singer, he was one of the member band Entity Paradigm, an alternative rock band based in Lahore. He appeared in different drama serials on Hum TV like Dastan, Humsafar and zindagi Gulzar Hai. Fawad Khan made his Bollywood debut with the leading role of a prince in 2014 that was a romantic comedy “Khoobsurat”, for which he won the Filmfare Award for Best Male debut. He received numerous awards and prizes. He has raised money for Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital, Islamic Relief. He has shown his support for people.
Fawad Khan married with Sadaf Khan, after 5 years of their marriage they blessed with a son “Aayaan”. Fawad Khan in collaboration with his wife established a clothing brand called SILK by Fawad Khan. He launched his brand in August 2012 in Lahore.
Fawad Khan became more famous in Pakistan after his role in Hamsafar. Female fans are falling in love with Fawad khan .They talking about fawad khan’s acting and his personality.
The actor, who welcomed his second child in October 2016, did an amazing photo-shoot with his gorgeous wife sadaf for Masala Magazine. His beaver look and the candid moments in the photo-shoot were enough for all the fans to get drivel over them. In a recent interview with Masala Magazine, Fawad khan talks about the age of social media, matters of the heart and his obsession with astronomy.
On lending his name to a fashion label (Silk by Fawad Khan ). “I think it’s in very responsible hands and I really admire my wife’s style sensibility. I have borrowed that myself several times.”
On creative differences with Sadaf over Silk by Fawad Khan, “Well yes, because maybe I do not have the eye that she has! She has a far more skilled eye; she is frequently on social media so she’s better experienced with fashion trends. I have extremely classic style awareness; some people might even call it boring! But I guess simpler things in life make me happy! When it comes to the hopes from the brand it’s in good, safe hands and I can trust it carelessly. Even if there is a disagreement, she has a way of going about it and considerable me, which all wives do (smiles). So I just shut my mouth and follow the leader!”
On the equation between artists and stylists, “In India, I used to work with Abhilasha Devnani and I think she did a perfect job in whatever we put together. In Pakistan, I have often worked with Omar Farooq. I think both of them have a very advanced sense of style. But I do have a final word on the looks since, at the end of day, I have to wear it and I need to feel comfortable in it as well. I give my ideas and work on the combinations. So far I don’t think I have gotten it all that wrong.”
On evolving style sensibilities. “It depends from occasion to occasion on how OTT you can go. I believe in the classic. Of course, over the years I have become more ‘civilised’. Earlier, I used to be quite an animal when it came to dressing up (laughs). However, I have never been ostentatious in my approach, I am quite simple.”
On social media, “Social media is clearly playing an immense role. I used to discuss with Shakun (Batra, the director of Kapoor & Sons) at length about this. He used to argue that technology is great for the world and he has a point. If used the right way, it can essentially revolutionize the world. But it’s not being used in the right way now.
How you educate yourself when you are on social media be it Facebook or YouTube is important. For instance, my recent obsession is astronomy. I watch every other documentary on the subject since it intrigues me. Everyone has different interests, different hobbies but instead of constructive learning, people generally tend to lean towards the negative. And I think social media has somehow given fuel to this kind of thinking. So if used the right way it can be great but unfortunately we tend to move towards the other intense.