Comic genius and actor Mojiz Hasan is coming in theatre, starring in the stage adaptation of the 60’s iconic comedy television series Alif Noon in the play titled “Doodh Ka Jala.” Reprising the role of “Nanha” played by Mojiz will be taking over the stage as one of the most loved characters of Pakistani television, originally played by Rafi Khawar.Mojiz Hasan, who was last seen on the big screen in the film Heer Maan Ja, plays Nanha, a gullible person from the village who always wanted to earn an honest living. Nanha wasn’t familiar with the norms of the city and was used by Allan for all his tricks, but always ended up exposing his truth. A Stage Nomad productions presentation, the stage reprise of the drama ‘Doodh Ka Jala’ is a modern twist on a classical drama, and has been penned by Talal Jilani. Talking about this role, the talented young actor said, ‘Being a big fan of satirical comedies and an equally big fan of theatre, getting to perform on stage in the adaptations of one of the most legendary shows on Pakistani television is equally thrilling and nerve-wracking. I hope people will come out to watch it because they are going to love it!’Talking about this role, the talent young actor said, “Being a big fan of satirical comedies and an equally big fan of theater, getting to perform on stage in the adaptations of one of the most legendary shows on Pakistani television is equally thrilling and nerve-wracking.” I hope people will come out to watch it because they are going to love it!”This would mark as the actor’s return on live stage after having initially starting his career with the theatre play Pawnay 14 August. ‘Doodh Ka Jala’ is playing till 23rd of February at Arts Council in Karachi, before the play moves on to Lahore & Islamabad. Comic and actor Mojiz Hasan made his acting debut with the theatre play Pawnay 14 August and rose to fame for his portrayal of Bangali in Anwar Maqsood’s Sawa and its sequel Parwaney. He has also starred in hit movies, including Parchi, Laal Kabootar, Heer Maan Ja, and in short films by Teeli Productions.