[Monday, 13th March’17] Pakistani-American Hollywood actor Faran Tahir has begun filming for his next movie, titled Sara’s Cell, in Los Angeles, USA. The horror/thriller movie, which is being directed by Kevin Shulman, is based on the fictional story of celebrity
[Monday, 13th March’17] Pakistani-American Hollywood actor Faran Tahir has begun filming for his next movie, titled Sara’s Cell, in Los Angeles, USA. The horror/thriller movie, which is being directed by Kevin Shulman, is based on the fictional story of celebrity reporter Sara Brown who is held captive by terrorists. The screenplay has also been written by Kevin Shulman and Nathaniel Shulman.
Faran will be playing the role of Asad, a CIA informant deep under cover whose son was killed during a covert operation but Asad makes the choice of not blowing his cover so the mission is successful. The star cast of the movie includes ,, Eoin Macken and Bill Moseley The movie is expected to release in 2017.
Speaking about his experience of working on the film so far, Faran shares, “It is a fun team to work with and I am really looking forward to the final product. I live thriller/ horror movies.”
About Faran Tahir
Faran Tahir (born February 16, 1964) is a Pakistani-American film and television actor. Tahir is best known for his act as Raza, the leader of a terrorist organization, “The Ten Rings” in Iron Man (2008). In 1985, he appeared as Bolshintsov in U.C. Berkeley’s production of A Month in the Country. He graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, with a BA in Theatre before acquiring a graduate degree from the American Repertory Theater’s (A.R.T.) Institute for Advanced Theater Training at Harvard University.
He made his film debut playing Nathoo in Disney’s 1994 live-action version of Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book. He has since appeared in such films as Picture Perfect (1997), Anywhere But Here (1999) and Charlie Wilson’s War (2007). He also played the male lead in the 1999 independent film ABCD. In 2008, Tahir played the role of the villain Raza in the Marvel Comics-based Iron Man. He played Starfleet Captain Richard Robau in the 2009 film Star Trek. In 2013, Tahir played President Patel in the science-fiction film Elysium.
Tahir has guest starred on many television series, including Alias, The Practice, Family Law, The Agency, NYPD Blue, Lost, 7th Heaven, The West Wing, Walker, Texas Ranger, The D.A., 24, Monk, Justice, Cold Case, Chuck and Warehouse 13. He also co-starred with Robert Beltran and Chase Masterson in the 2005 Sci-Fi Channel original movie Manticore. He also starred in the medical drama series Grey’s Anatomy as Isaac and appeared on the CW series Supernatural as the Egyptian god Osiris in the seventh season’s episode “Defending Your Life”. He appeared a Ruslan Denisov in The Blacklist Season 2 Episode 11, as Detective Terrence Amos in How To Get Away With Murder Season 1 Episode 10 and as Dr. Alan Kobrine in Backstrom Season 1, Episode 9. He is also played Frank, Cliff Barnes’ right-hand man in the reboot of Dallas. Tahir starred in the ghost horror film Jinn.
He appeared in JAG in the episodes “Ice Queen” and “Meltdown” which served as the two pilot episodes for the series NCIS. Seven years later, Tahir appeared in the spin-off NCIS: Los Angeles.