Wahaj Ali has made quite a fan base in only a couple of years with some noteworthy performances in serials like Haiwan, Bharam, Hari Hari Chooriyan, Dil Nawaz, Mah e Tamaam and Dil e Bereham. 2019 was without a doubt another brilliant year for the talented actor, basking in the glory of ‘Ehd-e-Wafa’ that earned him wide recognition with viewers and critics alike. What makes his achievements more noteworthy is that despite being around for a couple of years, he has already gained a massive fan following. He stunned the audience with his remarkable and compelling portrayal of a fearless and courageous journalist in Ehd-e-Wafa and hit a new career peak. Now starring in Bikhray Moti opposite Neelum Munir, the two don’t only make an amazing on-screen couple, Wahaj Ali is also a sight to see, and his performance speaks volume of the talent he beholds. In Bikhray Moti, Wahaj Ali plays the character of Ahad, who is a very progressive and positive male lead, which in itself is refreshing to see. He loves Aiza and supports her through thick and thin. Aiza has many issues to face after her sister’s death, and Ahad is there for her to support her in whatever ways he can. The two share amazing on-screen chemistry, and their scenes make you look forward to the drama. In the recent episodes, we have seen Ahad arguing with his father to let him marry Aiza, who opposes the marriage for his own reasons. Wahaj’s role in Bikhray Moti is of the kind that requires him to exhibit an array of emotions masterfully. Ahad is angry, frustrated, and anxious at his father’s opposition and anger, while he also wants to get married to Aiza Wahaj’s role in Bikhray Moti is of the kind that requires him to exhibit an array of emotions masterfully. Ahad is angry, frustrated, and anxious at his father’s opposition and anger, while he also wants to get married to Aiza. Where on the one hand, he wants to go all out for his love, he also does not want to tread the line of respect. The conflicting situation requires him to give a measured performance with a delicate balance. Wahaj beautifully depicts Ahad’s discontentment without an emotional outburst and showcases his acting prowess. He hasn’t only been garnering rave reviews from critics, fans all over social media have also been praising the actor for his brilliant portrayal of Ahad in the drama. The writer has done a brilliant job in writing this strong and positive character for men. It’s a big sigh of relief watching men who support women and stand by them like a solid rock in tough times, and we see Wahaj Ali’s Ahad doing just that in the drama. Revolving around the issue of child abuse, the cast includes Yasir Nawaz, Nausheen Shah, Saleem Mairaj & Waseem Abbas in pivotal roles along with Wahaj Ali and Neelum Munir. Wahaj Ali has us invested in Ahad, and we are rooting for him and Aiza’s marriage. However, we will have to see what Ahad will have to endure in the upcoming episodes and how Wahaj Ali will express it.