Pakistani actor Fawad Khan's Indian fans have always desired to see the actor in a comic role as he has only been seen playing an intense romantic character in shows like Humsafar and Zindagi Gulzar Hai. A show titled Aaja Sajna MiliyeJuliye, which is an Indianised version of hit Pakistani drama Akbari Asghari, will show Fawad doing comedy. The show is soon to hit Indian entertainment channel.

Fawad plays humorous simpleton Asghar, who has no ambition in life and enjoys being known as a lazy bone. The adaptation of Mirat Ul Uroos novel, the show Akbari Ashgari is based on the life of two sisters and was a popular one on Hum TV back in 2011.

Directed by Haissam Hussain, the show had Sanam Baloch and Humaima Malick in the lead role. To make it suitable for the Indian audience, the title of the show is changed to Aaja Sajna MiliyeJuliye.

Fawad is known for the romantic roles as has always enjoyed playing a brooding lover in most of his shows. He deliberately decided to show his comic streak by playing Asghar and pleasing his wide fan base. The show will also feature Imran Abbas Naqvi, who will soon be seen in Indian film Jaanisaar, directed by Muzaffar Ali.

Fawad Khan and Sanam Baloch were seen in the show Waqt Ne Kiya Kya Haseen Sitam which was the Indian version yet another Pakistani drama Dastaan, based on the Indian-Pakistani partition turmoil.

After the success of Khoobsurat, Fawad has confirmed his position in Bollywood and is now busy with some of his forthcoming projects. The first look at Fawad in the film Kapoor And Sons Since 1920, revealed that his fans were happy to see him in a young college boy look. Clad in jeans and tee-shirt, he looked very close the character Zaroon from the show Zindagi Gulzar Hai, which was widely liked by the audience.

The actor looks much younger than his age in the film, which is slated to release soon. The upcoming film also casts Student of The Year stars Alia Bhatt and Siddharth Malhotra. Directed by Shakun Batra, the film also stars Rajat Kapoor and will be light hearted film high on family relationship.