Umair Jaswal knows no limits when it comes to exploring his talents and has excelled as an actor, filmmaker, singer, songwriter and model, pushing his potential to the highest points. He did not just limit himself to these skills but challenged his potential further as a biker and hiker. He is also a humanitarian and is the International Human Rights Commission's Education Ambassador to Pakistan while being a Geo-Scientist after doing his Masters in Geology from Islamabad. Umair truly depicts what it means to be an Earthmover through his dedication and determination to pursue his passions.
"I want to stay as close to the edge as I can without going over. Out on the edge you see all kinds of things you can't see from the center."
Umair started his music career with the Rock Band, Qayaas, as the Lead Singer. His band’s song, Shehrezade, was awarded the Best Rock Song in South Asia at IndieGo in January 2012 and the Best Rock Song at Global BMM Indie Awards in April 2012. His band’s other song video, ‘Pukaar’ won the Silver Medal of Honour at IndieGo in 2012. Since then he has worked as an actor in films and in television drama, Mor Mahal, one of the largest television projects of Pakistan. He was featured in Coke Studio for several years and has recently launched his first solo single- Na Rahoon in June 2018.
Umair is an enthusiastic biker and rides Harley Davidson Custom 48 Sportster. He is also fond of mountain climbing and has explored the Himalayan peaks.
"When you're on a bike you experience roads in a different way. You feel and see everything. Completely exposed. No one to answer to. No one to tell you where to go. No left. No right. Just go."