Sindh Police has conferred the honorary title of Superintendent Police (SP) on actor Fahad Mustafa. The actor recently took to Instagram and shared his picture with IG Sindh Police Ghulam Nabi Memon. He posted a picture in which he was bestowed with the title.
Fahad Mustafa has played a police officer SHO Gulab in his latest release Quaid-e-Azam Zindabad. He was seen in the film opposite Mahira Khan.
“Today, I truly believe SHO Gulab has achieved his biggest dreams,” Mustafa penned. “Many many thanks to IG Sindh Police Ghulam Nabi Memon for honoring me with the title of Honorary Superintendent of Police (SP) this Independence Day and bringing Gulab’s ambitions to life. I will never get over the love and support you all have shown to this character and Quaid-e-Azam Zindabad and I hope to continue serving my nation proudly!”
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The ceremony was attended by Fizza Ali Meerza, Chairman LCA Sindh Kumail Haider Shah, and CPLC Chief Zubair Habib. DIG Headquarters Sindh, DIG Training Sindh, DIG Crime and Investigation Sindh, and AIG Operations Sindh were also present at the ceremony.
Earlier, during an interview, Fahad Mustafa had voiced his desire to play the character of the police officer. He pointed out that Pakistan is yet to make a film featuring police officers. The actor said he is influenced by the character of the Jamshed police officer. Adding that he wanted to play a cop-like character having similar characteristics to him.
Talking about his film Quaid-e-Azam Zindabad, the actor said that he had scripted a film similar to this. At the same time, Nabeel Qureshi came to him and narrated the story of the film which was quite similar.
He said he worked on himself and adopted the character. “To grow a beard, to have a mustache, have an accent – all this can do wonders only if you have a strong storyline to justify it. I always look for a story and this was it,” added Fahad Mustafa in his interview with a local media outlet.