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Published on 21 Jan 2013 | over 5 years ago

Actor: Shaan, Reema
Film: Laung Da Lashkara

Shan the proud of Pakistani film industry real name Armaghan Shahid is son of famous film writer/director Riaz Shahid and film actress Neelo. Shan has one brother and sister as siblings. His younger brother also started filim career with the name of Sarosh from Javed Fazil film Duniya Das Nambri but he was not much successful. Shan is married to Amna Banday and has four daughters.

Shan started his filmi career in 1990 from urdu film Bulandi paired with Reema. Bulandi was a hit and Shan has booming career from his first movie. However till 1994 his career almost ended when most of his films were not doing good business. During this time he also did a TV play named 'Kachay Dhagay' on private TV NTM. His career revived from Syed Noor film of Ghoongat in 1996 and Sangeetas film Khilona where he performed role of villain. With success of syed noor film Sangam in 1998 and later Nikah from Sangeeta where he was main hero, his second era as hero started. Till then Shan is ruling Punjabi movies (in sultan rahi type roles) and also in urdu movies. In his career Shan is paired mostly with Madiha Shah (more than 30 movies) , Saima, Sana and Reema Khan.

Shan has also directed four urdu movies. Guns n Roses Ik Junoon, Mujhe Chand Chahiye, Moosa Khan, Daku and one Punjabi movie Zille Shah. Apart from Mujhe Chand Chahiye rest of the movies were either average or not much successful at box office.

As a contemporary hero Momi Rana has given much more skin shows in urdu movies than Shan which may be an indication that Momi Rana proves more attractive to audience than Shan. Still Shan has a remarkable charming well built physique and a sexy hairy chest. However for most of the part he has not maintained his body shape most of the times in films during skin shows especially Punjabi movies Shan appeared to be waxed too flat and overweight not looking much appealing.
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