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Afzal Khan (I)

Afzal Khan a.k.a. John Rambo rose to fame by playing a janitor nicknamed John Rambo in Pakistan Television Corporation's (PTV) famous comedy show "Guest House". He later assumed John Rambo as his unofficial screen-name borrowed from Sylvester Stallone's iconic character. He is credited as Rambo in many of his movies. Ironically, his character in ... See full bio »

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Koi... Mil Gaya
Diana Hasnat's Uncle
Dharm Stunts
Munda Bigra Jaye


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 2013 Diana
Hasnat's Uncle
 2012 Material
 2011 Love Mein Gum
 2011 31 Million Reasons
 2010 Road to Sangam
Museum Clerk
 2007 Bay of Plenty (TV Series)
 2002 Daku
 2002 [Anti]killer (as A. Khan)
 2002 Marshal
 2001 Moosa Khan
 2000 Dil Main Chupa Kay Rakhna (as Rambo)
 2000 Jungle Queen (as Rambo)
 1999 Aaya Toofan
 1999 Tower House
 1997 Aqabon Ka Nashiman (as Jan Rambo)
 1997 Dunia Hey Dil Walon Ki (as Jan Rambo)
 1997 Hum Kisi Se Kum Nahin (as Jan Rambo)
 1997 Jan Jan Pakistan (as Rambo)
 1997 Sangam
Obsessive fan (as Rambo)
 1996 Hawain (as Rambo)
 1996 Love '95 (as Rambo)
 1996 Mamla Garbar Hai (as Rambo)
 1996 Hum To Chalay Susral (as Rambo)
 1996 Chor Machaye Shor (as Rambo)
 1995 Munda Bigra Jaye (as Rambo)
 1995 Madame Rani
 1995 Chaudhry Badshah (as Rambo)
 1994 Beta (as Rambo)
 1994 International Luterey (as Rambo)
 1994 Laila (as Afzal)
 1994 In Custody
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Alternate Names:

Afzal | A. Khan | Jan Rambo | John Rambo | Rambo


5' 7" (1.7 m)

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