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Agha Sikandar (Agha Sikandar Abbas) was born on 1953 in Lahore, Pakistan, is an actor. Discover Agha Sikandar's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 40 years old?

Popular As Agha Sikandar Abbas
Occupation Actor
Age 40 years old
Zodiac Sign
Born 1953, 1953
Birthday 1953
Birthplace Lahore, Pakistan
Date of death (1993-05-28) Lahore, Pakistan
Died Place Lahore, Pakistan
Nationality Pakistan

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Who Is Agha Sikandar's Wife?

His wife is Rubina Sikandar (wife)

Parents Agha Saleem Raza (father)
Wife Rubina Sikandar (wife)
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Children Aagha Ali (son) Ali Sikandar (son)

Agha Sikandar Net Worth

His net worth has been growing significantly in 2022-2023. So, how much is Agha Sikandar worth at the age of 40 years old? Agha Sikandar’s income source is mostly from being a successful actor. He is from Pakistan. We have estimated Agha Sikandar's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2023 $1 Million - $5 Million
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He completely disappeared from television in early 1993 but Agha become more addicted to drugs and used the drug then Agha was emotionally battered, haunted and taunted by his addiction and failing to come to terms with the loss of fame he once had and friends.

In 1993 Agha was found dead which was announced and according to his contemporaries he had utilised only a small portion of the talent.

Agha died of a heroin overdose on 28 May 1993 in Lahore. He was 40 years old. Although some of his co-stars initially suspected that he died from a heart attack, it was later revealed he had overdosed. He was laid to rest at Mominpura Cemetery in Lahore.


When Pakistan Urdu Cinema fell into decline and was replaced by Punjabi films, he felt emotional due to some problems and he stopped working in both dramas and films in 1985 his output on both mediums began to decline.


In 1981 Agha appeared in film Faslay with famous actress Shabnam and actor Muhammad Ali which was a Silver Jubilee. The following year in 1982 he appeared in film Mian Biwi Razi with actresses Kaveeta, Tahira Naqvi and actor Nadeem Baig which was box-office hit in which he did a comic role with alongside Sangeeta. Agha was offered more offers from directors, they saw him to be a naturally romantic hero. In 1983 he appeared in film Jatt Te Dogar with Sultan Rahi, Mustafa Qureshi, Adeeb and Bahar Begum. Agha was known an emotionally fragile and romantic person and he usually did the roles of characters which were emotional and fragile in dramas quite close to his life depiction of the characters he was given to play.


Agha was interest in acting and made his debut as an actor in late 1970s on PTV dramas and he did a number of roles in dramas in the late 1970s. He appeared in drama Waris written by Amjad Islam Amjad he portrayed as Farrukh an emotionally son of a widow which was a massive hit. Agha then appeared in philosophical telefilm written by Ashfaq Ahmed called Cinderella Aur Sakina with Saba Hameed. Then in 1981 he appeared in drama Dehleez as Abid Khan a villain role which was also written by Amjad Islam Amjad. Agha also appeared in films and he was offered many films from filmmakers.

Agha began to use heroin drugs and became addicted to it which made him unpredictable and even more emotionally fragile then he was already. He was sent to Rehabilitation Centre to recover but he was in and out of rehabilitation centres on numerous occasions. Agha tried to rekindle the fame he had between 1970s, 1980s and 1990s, he couldn't find any offers from both dramas and films which droved him into depression.


Agha's father Agha Saleem Raza (d. 1965) was an actor in Urdu and Punjabi cinema, mainly known for his roles as villain during the 30s and the 40s.


Agha was born on 1953 in Lahore, Pakistan and he completed his studies from University of Lahore.