6 Most Famous People in Pakistan | Complete List

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Pakistan is the land of pride. God Almighty has blessed our nation with one of the best locations around the globe. The country has historical significance and has developed a global reputation for its sea routes, natural resources, and more. Despite the economic crisis in the country, Pakistan has never failed to be the center of attention for the western superpowers. As one of the few countries to have a nuclear program, Pakistan is also the land of some famous names. The world knows and remembers these personalities for globally enlightening the country’s name. We have covered a list of the most famous people in Pakistan for our readers. Let’s get into the details.

Top 6 Personalities of Pakistan

Here are the most famous people in Pakistan that the world can never forget.


Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan

Most Famous People in Pakistan

Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan needs no introduction. His name is loud in every corner of the world. The man has contributed his life to the development of nuclear power projects in Pakistan. His efforts helped create and test the atomic projects in 1988. As a Pakistani nuclear scientist and a metallurgical engineer, Dr. A. Q. Khan also laid the foundation of the HEU Gas-Centrifuge Uranium Enrichment Program in Pakistan. The world remembers his name for his incredible efforts in raising his country’s status on the global spectrum.

Abdul Sattar Edhi

We are fortunate enough to belong to the land of Abdul Sattar Edhi. He was a prominent Pakistani philanthropist, public figure, and social activist. However, his most important role was as a humanitarian. Abdul Sattar Edhi and his wife dedicated their lives to the flourishment of orphans and the needy. Adopting a simple lifestyle with the most basic facilities, Edhi continued to build Edhi homes for orphans and widows all over Pakistan. He received Nishan-e-Imtiaz from the government of Pakistan in 1985. It is not the only award he received; Abdul Sattar Edhi is a global example for social activists and humanitarians. He also received many international awards for his contributions to society.

Dr. Israr Ahmed

The founder of Tanzeem-e-Islami, Dr. Israr Ahmed, was an Islamic theologian, Islamic scholar, and philosopher. He is one of the most recognized personalities around the globe for his contributions to the Muslim world. Throughout his life, he preached Islam in the most real way that appealed to Muslims and Non-Muslims alike. Dr. Israr Ahmed wrote about 60 books about Islam. His books have been translated into different languages to spread across the globe. His efforts made him a global asset for Muslims. Dr. Israr will always be remembered as the biggest asset of Pakistan in the field of religion.

Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan

As one of a kind musician, composer, qawal, and music director, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan remains the top sensation in the music world globally. Artists and personalities from all over the world listen to Nusrat’s qawalis to relate to it. Despite the language barrier, Nusrat’s music never failed to impress the global audience, making him one of the best singers of all time.  According to the New York Times, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan was the greatest Sufi singer in the Punjabi, Urdu, and Hindi languages and also one of the greatest qawals in singing history.

Noor Jehan

Most Famous People in Pakistan

Like Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Noor Jehan was an exceptional singer who rose to the heights of global fame throughout her career. Born as Allah Rakhi Wasai, Noor Jehan won the hearts of the world at a very early age. Many youngsters may not know that Noor Jehan also played a prominent role in Pakistan’s cinema. She received much popularity for her characters in various films. She established a strong footprint in the acting and music industry. Noor Jehan will always be remembered as a global gem for musicians and other artists around the globe.

Imran Khan

Most Famous People in Pakistan

Imran Khan was the 22nd Prime Minister of Pakistan. He started his career as a cricketer and rose to fame for his epic captaincy and larger-than-life spirit. His contributions to the cricket team led to his winning the World Cup in 1992. He is a cricketer, politician, social activist, and philanthropist. Imran Khan also holds the crown for building the first fully-functional cancer hospital in Pakistan, Shaukat Khanum Hospital. Due to his popularity among the youth, Imran Khan holds a strong reputation around the globe. He also received the title of “Man of the Year” from the Royal Islamic Strategic Studies Centre.

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Talal Farooqi
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