Pakistani-born actor Raz Ahmed became the first Muslim to win an Oscar

Pakistani-born British actor Raz Ahmed became the first Muslim to win an Oscar Award.

Riz Ahmed was awarded in the category of Best Live Action Short Film for his performance in The Long Goodbye.This is Raz Ahmed’s first Academy Award since being nominated for Best Actor last year

Actor Riz Ahmed whose full name is Rizwan Ahmed belongs to a British family of Pakistani origin who was born in London.

Who is Raz Ahmed?

This is not the first time that Raz Ahmed has been nominated for an international award.

He has been nominated for several British Oscars, BAFTA, the biggest television awards, The Emmy, and the Golden Globe for his outstanding performances. And have won trophies many times.

He is also the first Pakistani-born British to reach this place and that is why everyone is happy with his milestone. Raz Ahmad grew up in the UK and is considered one of the ‘indigenous’ people there

His parents are from the family of Sir Shah Muhammad Suleiman, the first Indian Chief Justice of Allahabad High Court, who later became the Vice-Chancellor of Aligarh Muslim University.

After the formation of Pakistan, many members of his family had migrated to Pakistan. Where Riz’s parents lived in Karachi, and the rest of the family in Lahore.

Like many Pakistanis, Rizwan Ahmed’s parents moved to the UK in the 1970s, where Rizwan Ahmed was born on December 1, 1982, in London.

The actor, who went from Rizwan Ahmed to Raz Ahmed, started his career in 2006 and later tried his hand at it, where he is now considered one of the most successful actors in the world.

Raz Ahmed is currently one of the best actors in Hollywood. He achieved this position through hard work and struggle.

Over the last ten to twelve years he has starred in Hollywood big names Matt Damon, Tommy Lee Jones (Jason Bourne), Tom Hardy (Venom), Jack Jillian Hall, Bill Paxton, Renee Russo (Night Crawler), Antonio Banderas, Mark Strong (Black). Gold), Kate Hudson, Kiefer Sutherland, Leo Schreiber (The Reluctant Fundamentalist), and John Trotro (The Night Off).

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