Ahad Raza Mir World onf Fire

World on Fire’s second season will cast Ahad Raza Mir.

The actor Ahad Raza Mir is the epitome of making moves covertly; he recently landed another international series.

In the second season of World on Fire, he will join the cast.

Ahad Raza Mir

This is Mir’s second foreign series after his Netflix debut in Resident Evil. He will be one of the new cast members playing Rajib. Mark Bonnar (Guilt, Line of Duty) plays Sir James Danemere, and Gregg Sulkin (Runaways, Pretty Smart) plays David, two additional new characters.

In World on Fire, the Second World War is depicted “through the eyes of everyday people whose lives have been turned upside down.” Six brand-new episodes from the second season were written by the show’s creator Peter Bowker, Rachel Bennette, and Matt Jones.

The drama takes place in October 1940. As the Northern Blitz gets underway, lone pilots are dispatched to take out German bombers that are circling above Manchester. The description on PBS said, “The true reality of war has come to Britain.

Ahad Raza Mir

Lesley Manville plays Robina on the programme, and Jonah Hauer-King plays Harry. Julia Brown plays Lois, Zofia Wichlacz plays Kasia, Blake Harrison plays Stan, Eugénie Derouand plays Henriette, Eryk Biedunkiewicz plays Jan, and Cel Spellman plays Joe. All of these actors will return for the show’s upcoming third season.

Because of the pandemic, according to creator Bowker, it took longer to reach the second season, which made the start of production quite exciting. “It has been a real pleasure to continue the story with our inspiring cast, both our seasoned regulars and new and exciting talent who have embraced the scale and ambition of the show.

With tales of struggle and friendship, we hope to correct the historical imbalance surrounding how the conflict manifested in North Africa.

The “diverse cast,” he continued, “reflects the multi-national nature of the conflict.”

Ben Irving, the BBC’s interim drama director, also offered his thoughts on the programme. “It’s a real pleasure to see filming on World on Fire season two, now underway, with a range of intriguing, untold stories that put common people at the centre of history, and a first-rate ensemble of both new and returning characters.”

In Northern Ireland, the show is currently being filmed. In the spring of 2020, MASTERPIECE premiered the first season.

 

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