Sarfraz Ahmad, a versatile individual with a career spanning over two decades, is not only a renowned filmmaker but also a philanthropist with a deep commitment to social welfare. Born on February 10, 1984, in Bihar, India, Sarfraz’s journey in the world of the arts began with the encouragement and support of his father, Late Md. Imamuddin, who recognized his innate passion for dance and the arts.
Born on February 10, 1984, in Bihar, India, Sarfraz Ahmad’s artistic odyssey finds its roots in the encouragement and support of his father, Late Md. Imamuddin. From a young age, he displayed an innate passion for dance and the arts, a passion that would go on to shape his career and life’s purpose.
Sarfraz’s career is a testament to dedication and a deep love for the performing arts. He embarked on his dance journey at an early age and honed his skills through rigorous training. Completing his formal education up to the 12th grade, he later earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Madurai Kamaraj University.
His professional qualifications are extensive and impressive. These include training in both Kathak and Western dance styles, resulting in numerous degrees and certifications in Kathak and painting from prestigious institutions. His career goes beyond personal growth, with pivotal roles in dance competitions, film projects, choreography in Hindi films, and teaching dance at schools. His passion for dance education led him to provide home tuition for Indian classical and Western dance, painting, and fine arts in various locations in Gurugram and New Delhi. To further broaden his horizons, he completed a Professional Digital Film Making course from the IFTA Film Institute in Mumbai, showcasing his versatility and unwavering dedication to the arts.
Sarfraz Ahmad’s outstanding contributions to the world of dance and his commitment to social welfare have garnered him numerous prestigious awards and recognitions. Notable accolades include winning the Ist prize in the All India Art and Craft Competition Awards (Bihar) in 1995, the Best Trainer Award in a dance competition from Kala Shree, Patna in 1996, and achieving the State Dance Championship (Bihar) for three consecutive years from 1997 to 1999. In 2002, he received the Century Award for Best Dance Troupe from On Mousmi Group and founded the Arts Club Institute in Jahanabad (Bihar) in 1997. His career also saw him honored as the Best choreographer in various dance competitions, such as “Zig Zag Zoobi Zoobi” in Gurugram in 2010 and others in subsequent years.
Sarfraz’s pursuit of excellence is evident in his extensive professional qualifications, which include Kathak dance training and several degrees in painting. His commitment to continuous learning is underlined by his pursuit of an Advance Diploma in Western Dance and his completion of a Professional Digital Film Making course.
Sarfraz’s experience in the world of dance is vast and diverse. He has conducted regular dance classes in different schools, organized and participated in arts competitions, contributed to various musical albums and video projects, and ventured into choreography and judging dance competitions. His passion for dance education has led to him providing home tuition and dance classes, showcasing his versatile skills and dedication to the art of dance.
Sarfraz Ahmed’s foray into the world of film includes the ambitious project
“HoJ: History of Jehanabad.” This film, produced by Sarfraz Ahmed and directed by Azhar Hussain, explores the historical narrative of Jehanabad, offering a visually engaging and emotionally resonant journey through time.
With a team of talented professionals, including cinematographer Kundan Roshan, music composer Yasin Darbar, and a cast assembled by casting director Ashfaque Sayed, “HoJ” promises an immersive experience that unveils the rich tapestry of Jehanabad’s history. –
“Shaheed Dada Saheb Amiruddin (Great Grand Father)”:Sarfraz Ahmad is the producer and director of this upcoming film, which promises to shed light on the historical significance of his great-grandfather, Dada Saheb Amiruddin (1850-1919).
Dada Saheb Amiruddin was a valiant revolutionary in Hindustan, the son of Maulvi Sahab Jafiruddin and Bibi Amani Khatoon, and the father of Shaheed Dada Saheb Amiruddin and Bibi Humaira Khatoon.
In 1919, when the entire Hindustan was in uproar against the repressive Rowlatt Act, Dada Saheb Amiruddin played a significant role in the fight for independence. His relentless pursuit of India’s freedom came to a tragic end when he fell victim to British gunfire on December 30, 1919. This film, produced and directed by Sarfraj Ahmad, aims to honor the memory of this brave revolutionary and illuminate his pivotal role in India’s quest for independence.
“Lok Sabha”: Sarfraz Ahmad is the producer, director, and writer of the film “Lok Sabha.” This exciting project delves into the intricacies of Indian politics, offering a captivating cinematic narrative that promises to engage and entertain audiences.
With a unique storyline and an innovative approach to political storytelling, “Lok Sabha” has generated high anticipation among viewers eager to explore the fascinating dynamics of Indian politics through the lens of Sarfraj Ahmad’s creative vision.
Beyond his artistic career, Sarfraz Ahmad’s dedication to social welfare is exemplified through his NGO, Arts Club Foundation. The organization focuses on education, health, and hygiene for underprivileged individuals in Bihar and Haryana. Recent initiatives include educational material distribution camps for impoverished children, health camps with medicine distribution, and awareness campaigns covering hygiene, environmental issues, and government welfare schemes. These efforts underscore Sarfraj’s unwavering commitment to making a positive impact on society through his artistic and philanthropic endeavors.