Azhar Ali (Urdu: اظہر علی; born 19 February 1985 in Lahore, Punjab) is a Pakistani international cricketer and a former captain of Pakistan ODI team.
Azhar is a 2016 Indian sports drama film directed by Tony D'Souza. The story is written by Rajat Arora and is inspired from the life of Indian cricketer and former national team captain Mohammad Azharuddin.
Azhagarsamiyin Kudhirai (Tamil: அழகர்சாமியின் குதிரை; English: Azhagarsami's Horse) is a 2011 Tamil mystery dramedy film directed by Suseenthiran, based on the short story of the same name penned by writer Bhaskar Sakthi.
Azhagiya Tamil Magan (English: Handsome Tamil Son) also known by the acronym ATM, is a 2007 Tamil romantic psychological thriller film directed by Bharathan, written by S. K.
Azhar Muhammad Usman (Urdu: اظہر محمد عثمان; born December 23, 1975) is an American comedian, actor, writer, and film producer of Indian descent.
Azharuddin Mohammed Ismail (Urdu: اظہر الدین محمد اسماعیل, Hindi: अजहरुद्दीन मोहम्मद इस्माइल) (born 1998) is an Indian child actor, who played the youngest version of Salim Malik in the Oscar-winning film Slumdog Millionaire (2008), for which he won a Screen Actors Guild Award.
Azhdarchidae (from Persian word azhdar (اژدر), a dragon-like creature in Persian mythology) is a family of pterosaurs known primarily from the late Cretaceous Period, though an isolated vertebra apparently from an azhdarchid is known from the early Cretaceous as well (late Berriasian age, about 140 million years ago).
Azhar Mahmood Sagar (Punjabi: اظہر محمود ساگر; born 28 February 1975) is a Pakistani-born cricketer who became a British citizen in 2011 and is now a fully qualified English cricketer.
Azhagappapuram is a panchayat town in Kanyakumari district in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It is located about five miles northwest of Kanyakumari, the southern tip of India.
Azhagi (Tamil: அழகி) is a freeware transliteration tool used to convert the words to regional languages like Tamil, Hindi and some other Indian languages which The Hindu named as among the transliteration tools that "stand out" in 2002. Since 2000, Azhagi has provided support to Tamil transliteration; later this was expanded to nearly 13 Indian Languages.