Story of a Struggling kashmiri Actor Irfan Aijaz.

Posted by Syed Karar Hashmi
March 10, 2018

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Story of a struggling Actor. Kashmiri Boy Irfan Aijaz claims to touch the Destiny of my Journey.

In a country of more than 1.2 billion people, making a space for yourself in the film industry is extremely tough, if not impossible. Like many of us, a government job would have been his ticket to a better job. Irfan Aijaz, a dreamy- eyed boy from a far-flung village in Kashmir with limitless aspirations. Irfan said that I started looking for auditions, but it’s not easy to find auditions and there is absolutely no platform where you can find reliable auditions.


 Worked tirelessly with optimistic mindset, got a chance to work in different serials telecasted in variety of television channels in state of J&K.  I received tremendous appreciation from all my friends living across state for performing mega role in a famous serial AHSAAS. Received annual award from SVIET College Chandigarh titled “Mr. Fresher” after evaluating my all round performance. Belong to a far flung village in central Kashmir Ganderbal. We were mentally trained to become engineers, doctors, scholars, and lawyers but restricted to put a leg in Films.


For me films have their own charm and will struggle to become an Actor in my real life. I did so many roles at my local level; sometimes I did modeling, sometimes worked in different short directories but never think of giving this spirit amid strong criticism.

When questioned about the reason behind to work in film industry?  Irfan  Aijaz said that , once I made a short 30 minutes directory against rising drug abuse in our area, directory were written by Syed Mohammad Shah , producer Syed Muzaffar Muzi  and others. This directory got so famous that people started loving me and I decided live the life of your dreams.


Got interaction with great personalities in a daring show like Actor Ranvijay Singh, Music Rapper Raftar, Bollywood Actress Neha Dhupia and winner of BIG BOSS reality show Prince Narola. It gave my performance in front of them in a show “Roadies Extreme” telecasted in MTV National Channel. It was a great movement for me to realize my weak areas, on Contrary, extra ordinary moment to perform a role in a daring show. At contemporary I am working very hard to grow and put the name of my state high in the arena of Bollywood.






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