|Born||30 August 1942|
Lahore, Punjab, British India
|Bowling||Slow left-arm orthodox|
|Relations||Waqar Hasan (brother)|
|Test debut (cap 45)||24 October 1964 v Australia|
|Last Test||16 March 1973 v England|
Source: ESPNcricinfo, 10 March 2013
He was one of seven brothers. One of his brothers was the Pakistan Test cricketer of the 1950s Waqar Hasan, and another was the film director and producer Iqbal Shehzad. His brother Waqar married Jamila Razaaq, the daughter of actress Sultana Razaaq, one of the earliest film actresses from India who acted both in silent movies and later in talkies. Jamila is also the granddaughter of India’s first female film director, Fatima Begum and happens to be the great niece of Zubeida (the leading actress of India's first talkie film Alam Ara (1931)), who was the younger sister of her mother Sultana.
Pervez Sajjad made his first-class debut in 1961–62 and took 22 wickets for 148 runs in his first two matches. He took 5 for 15 and 4 for 35 in Lahore A's innings victory over Railways in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, then took 7 for 33 (all bowled) and 6 for 65 against Combined Services, although Combined Services won.
His best innings and match figures were 7 for 23 and 8 for 89 – 15 for 112 in the match – for Karachi against Khairpur in 1968–69 in a quarter-final of the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy. He played first-class cricket until 1973–74.
He played 19 Tests for Pakistan as a cunning left-arm legspinner whose forte was that he was effective even on unhelpful tracks. In all, he took 59 economical wickets, including five wickets in an innings three times, always against New Zealand. At Auckland in 1964–65 he finished with 5 for 42. In the 1969–70 series, he took 22 wickets at only 15.63, including 5 for 33 at Karachi and his Test-best 7 for 74 at Lahore.
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