30 May, 2022

2022 graduates, add Ameer Gilani to the list! The actor just graduated from Harvard Law School and he has thousands of supportive fans celebrating his milestone.

He shared a celebratory post on Sunday, donning his graduation cap and gown, and adding photos with his degree, friends, family — and even a gavel! After years of hard work, he certainly has a lot to celebrate.

"Smiles all around! Alhamdulillah... Nothing beats the feeling of being surrounded by happy and positive people. To mama, baba, Ranya and all my lovely friends — those I could celebrate with and those who have prayed from a distance. Love and prayers for all of you," he wrote in the caption.

Gilani also added a recipe for success in his caption, in case anyone was wondering. "Some capability, lots of great teachers, a lot of hard work and more than that, everyone's prayers. Most of all, God's grace."

His Sabaat costar and friend Mawra Hocane, who is a law graduate herself, dropped down in the comment section to congratulate him on his "brilliant achievement" and ask for a treat, as friends do. Gilani thanked her for the prayers and help, and promised to make plans when he's back.

Actors pursing further education sets a good example for those who view them as role models. It also opens up people to the idea that they can go after what they want, no matter what career path they're on at the moment. Congratulations to Gilani!


Syed A. Mateen May 30, 2022 12:01pm
Heartiest congratulations to Ameer Gilani on graduating from a prestigious law school Harvard. Just need to ask you whether you will pursue your career in acting or will you be now be pursuing to practice law since you have obtained the degree in law.
M. Saeed May 30, 2022 12:27pm
I am surprised to see young talented actor going for a career of very short life span in acting, despite having brilliant career in other professions? Examples are, Rahat Kazmi, Hamza Ali Abbasi, etc.
Zak May 30, 2022 12:39pm
Pakistan talent shines, actors with law degrees from top universities. Well done, congratulation.
Aiza May 30, 2022 12:42pm
Wow, mashallah! Best of luck in serving for justice, it's deeply needed!
Ash May 30, 2022 12:43pm
Shows how privilege and wealth get you places.
NYS May 30, 2022 01:15pm
Feels good when actors pursuade their career beside acting Means parha likha media...
Surya Kant Agrawal May 30, 2022 01:15pm
Commendable achievement.
Sunshine May 30, 2022 03:02pm
Heartiest congrats on your brilliant success! Shows how one can juggle multiple hats and talents at one time if ONLY one has the will to.
Syed Hasni May 30, 2022 04:00pm
Sounds like a Movie Poster of "Legally Brown" “You got into Harvard Law?” “What? Like, it’s hard?” Congratulations !!
Dr. Salaria, Aamir Ahmad May 30, 2022 04:38pm
Well done, keep it up and hang on tough.
Aiza May 30, 2022 04:50pm
@M. Saeed it’s passion, they probably like acting and filmmaking. But at least if all fails they have their degrees and experience to support them
Zubiat May 30, 2022 07:38pm
Shahbash Beta! . Savour the moment and let your passion lead you!
nk May 30, 2022 09:37pm
Mawra Hocane, who is a law graduate herself. What is the use of an education that u do not benefit from. You are an actor.
amber Jun 01, 2022 10:12am
congrats - proud moment for u and for Pakistani Americans
Pakistan5252 Jun 01, 2022 11:19am
Law is a degree which is useful only if you practice in a court of law and other than that its useless and american law has no relevance in pakistan so if a law degree holder from usa comes to pakistan he is useless professionally but still a good investment for rich elite folks than buying fancy cars better to get degrees from ivy institutes like harvard,oxford etc.