Fawad Khan wins 'Best Bollywood Debut' at Masala Awards 2014

Published November 29, 2014
Fawad Khan receives award for 'Best Bollywood Debut' at the Masala Awards 2014 in Dubai. – Photo credit: Maryam Rizvi Twitter
Fawad Khan receives award for 'Best Bollywood Debut' at the Masala Awards 2014 in Dubai. – Photo credit: Maryam Rizvi Twitter

It's double celebration time for the handsome Fawad Khan!

The royal Yuvraj Vikram Singh Rathore of Khoobsurat has won the 'Best Bollywood Debut' at the Masala Awards 2014, which took place at Madinat Jumeira in Dubai on November 28 (yesterday).

And not only that, it's also his birthday today!

Pakistani actor Humaima Malick was also representing Pakistan at the Awards and performed on songs, "Tere hoke rahenge" and "Namak pare", from her Bollywood film, Raja Natwarlal.

Fawad's body of work has proved how multi-talented he is. From his singing days as part of the band Entity Paradigm to his landmark role in Khuda Kay Liye, he has always been a heartthrob.

The 33-year-old is a constant source of pride for Pakistan and has gone across the border and won the hearts of millions of Indians.

He was first seen on Indian television when his hit television serial, Zindagi Gulzar Hai aired on Zee Network's Zindagi channel, followed by Humsafar. Both shows received immense critical acclaim and became fan favourites.

Fans took to Twitter to congratulate Fawad on winning the award and also to wish him a happy birthday. #HappyBirthdayFawadKhan started trending minutes past midnight:

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