Ahad Raza Mir’s Debut In ‘Resident Evil’: Pakistanis Filled With Pride 

Ahad Raza Mir's Debut In 'Resident Evil': Pakistanis Filled With Pride

Netflix Series Resident Evil

Since the news of actor Ahad Raza Mir’s casting in the Netflix series Resident Evil broke, his fans have been eagerly awaiting his big-screen debut. On July 14, after a prolonged wait, viewers could see Mir in the Netflix series as Arjun Batra. 

With great pleasure, fans celebrated the achievement on Twitter by praising the Hum Tum actor. As a result, the microblogging site started seeing trends in Pakistan and India. 

Ahad Raza Mir And Ella Balinska

On the app, the hashtags “Ahad Raza Mir,” “Ahad X Resident Evil,” and the name of his character, “Arjun Batra,” were frequently used. A few of these viewers not only binged the show, but also talked about Mir’s performance. Others commended Mir and his co-star Ella Balinska, who plays Jade in the show, for having magnetic chemistry. Screenshots of scenes with Mir and his on-screen daughter were very popular. 

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“The first actor from his nation to appear in a Netflix series is (Ahad Raza Mir). So proud of you,” a user tweeted. Another believed that Mir’s acknowledgment as an actor was “far overdue.” 

“I love how people are talking about Ahad Raza Mir. It was actually overdue, but better late than never. It truly makes me so pleased to see him succeeding, and bigger things are always in store for him,” they added. 

Pakistani Actor Appearing In A Netflix

A follower of the account said, “A Pakistani actor appearing in a Netflix project is a source of pride for our entire country since it demonstrates that the West is finally recognizing our skills. What better person to represent us than Ahad Raza Mir, too? He’s not merely a person with good acting and speaking skills.” 

However, a “bold kissing moment” between Mir and his co-star in the show also surprised several people. “Stop being ignorant, he was playing a role, let this man live,” remarked a fan in response. Others, however, remarked on the lack of awareness and asserted that Twitter would have released its fury had a female Pakistani consented to do the same.

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