Our very own Pakistani film star Moammar Rana, aka Momi, has let his hair down (pun intended) and excused himself from signing television dramas because of hair loss.
According to Roznama Express, multiple bald patches have appeared on the actor’s scalp and the condition has also affected his facial hair. He has taken a break from acting and is undergoing treatment for hair loss and his doctor has recommended him to continue with the treatment without any gaps.
Momi stepped foot in the film industry in the late 90s and quickly rose to fame. He has played the lead role in several Lollywood films.
Under the directorship of Syed Noor, Momi starred in blockbuster film Choorian (1998), which grossed over 200 million back then and sustained the record of the highest-grossing film in Pakistan until Waar was released in 2013.
We hope that one of the most likable stars of Lollywood gets back in action soon and carries on with his small-screen presence if he can’t take advantage of the boom in Pakistan’s movie industry.
As for hair fall, worry not! You can refer to our article entitled ‘Five natural ways to stop hair fall’ for some quick remedies.
Published in The Express Tribune, April 10th, 2014.