Adnan is an evergreen hero of the Pakistani Showbiz Industry whose emotional personality can grasp the attention of anyone even today. He is administering the television screens since the 1980s. And is been a part of several notable Pakistani dramas and films. He is the only actor who got a chance to work in Hollywood. And also has represent Pakistan Internationally. He likewise owns his own production house with the name ‘Cereal Entertainment’.
He was born into a non-artistic family. Where no one from his family belongs to this field. Later his nephew Asad Siddiqui follow his footsteps. And is currently serving as an actor and model. His (Asad) wife Zara Noor Abbas likewise associate with the same field. He got marry to Palwasha many years go. The couple is bless with 3 children.
He made his small-screen debut in 1984 in drama serial ‘Uroosa’. And later he went on amazing everyone with his bewildering acting skills one after another. In 2003 his drama serial ‘Mehndi’ opposite Humayun Saeed, Ayesha Khan, Aijaz Alam and Amina Haq became one of the successful serials of all time. He is know to one of the most dedicate. And heavenly actors who bring glamour and light in the role whatever he plays.
Adnan Siddiqui penned down emotinal message for daughters:
On the occasion of World’s Daughter’s Day. He penned down a heartfelt and emotional message for his two adorable daughters. Adnan Siddiqui is marry to his wife Palwsisha. And they are bless with three children name Maryam, Dania and one son Zaid.
Taking to Instagram, he shared emotional message. “Dear Maryam jan & Daniya Jania, You two are growing up so fast that I really wish to either stop the time or get hold of a time machine. And go back to the day you were born. Wasn’t it only yesterday that you were giving me sleepless nights with your cries and it was just a moment ago you clasp your little finger in my hand, trusting me to hold you steady as you took the first steps. And look at both of you now, becoming such fine young ladies! Making Abba jan proud every day, even when you lock horns with me to assert your opinion.”
“I know you hate me at times for disagreeing with you but it is a learning curve both of you should go through on your own. You should make your own choices—right or wrong, take your own decisions—good or bad. The only word of advice I have for you is be responsible for all that you do. I will always be there to catch you whenever you fall because life is not a smooth sailing. It would, however, be your own journey. I’ll be the wind beneath your wings, the flight will be yours. I will watch you from the shadows, you will celebrate life.
Happy Daughter’s Day! Love, Abba.”