Moammar Rana: Bio, Height, Weight, Age, Measurements

Moammar Rana is a Pakistani actor and film director born in Lahore, Pakistan. He is known for his roles in the films Choorian, Channa Sachi Muchi, Kudiyon Ko Dale Dana, Deewane Tere Pyar Ke, Pal Do Pal, Fire, Jhoomar, and Koi Tujh Sa Kahan. He has also appeared in some television soaps such as Love Life and Lahore, Dil, Diya, Dehleez, and Ishq Ibadat. Rana made his Bollywood debut in Ek Second… Jo Zindagi Badal De? (2020) opposite Manisha Koirala and former Miss India Nikita Anand. Born on February 26, 1974 in Lahore, Pakistan, he belongs to a cricketing dynasty: his father Shafqat Rana has played some Test matches for Pakistan and also served as national cricket team selector twice, his uncle Azmat Rana played one Test match, another uncle, Shakoor Rana, was a well-known umpire whose two sons Mansoor and Maqsood played a few ODIs, while yet another uncle, Sultan Rana, played first-class matches before becoming a cricket administrator.

Moammar Rana

Moammar Rana Personal Details:
Date Of Birth: 26 February 1974
Birth Place: Lahore, Pakistan
Birth Name: Moammar Rana
Nickname: Moammar
Urdu: مُعَمّر رانا
Zodiac Sign: Pisces
Occupation: Actor, Film director
Nationality: Pakistani
Race/Ethnicity: Asian (Pakistani)
Religion: Islam
Hair Color: Brown
Eye Color: Brown
Sexual Orientation: Straight

Moammar Rana Body Statistics:
Weight in Pounds: 170 lbs
Weight in Kilogram: 77 kg
Height in Feet: 6′ 1″
Height in Meters: 1.85 m
Shoe Size: Unknown

Moammar Rana Family Details:
Father: Shafqat Rana
Mother: Unknown
Spouse/Wife: Mehnaz Pervaiz (m. 1998)
Children: Rea Pervaiz (Daughter)
Siblings: Unknown
Others: Shakoor Rana (Uncle) (d. 2001), Azmat Rana (Uncle) (d. 2015), Sultan Rana (Uncle), Mansoor Rana (Cousin), Maqsood Rana (Cousin)

Moammar Rana Education:
St. Anthony’s Higher Secondary School

Moammar Rana Facts:
*He was born on February 26, 1974 in Lahore, Pakistan.
*He is the son of Shafqat Rana who played some Test matches for Pakistan and also served as national cricket team selector twice.
*His 1998 film Choorian became the highest grossing Pakistani Punjabi film earning Rs20 crore (US$4.4 million) at the box office.
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