Adil Sher has fast established himself as a film producer par excellence, having explored various directorial and production mediums including documentaries, reality television, sitcoms, drama based work, short films and music videos. Testament to the quality of his work is easily found in the international feature film "Kashf", screened at prestigious film festivals including Cannes and Berlin co produced by Sher, a fashion and music video produced for Pakistani couturier Saadia Mirza and his production and writing for award winning tele-film, "14 Days" to name a few.
In keeping with his international profile, Sher's motion picture house received a grant from the National Film Board in Canada to direct and produce a short film by the name of "Paid in Full". Their film "Profile" was accepted at the Philadelphia, Vancouver and Kara Film festivals among others and their documentary Muslim Gear", based on Muslim fashion in the west was featured on CBC - Zed. In 2009, Sher brought to Pakistani screens his feature production "Made in Pakistan" a documentary for international audiences, which was awarded the coveted Audience Award at the South Asian International Film Festival 2009 and was also screened at the BAFTAs in early 2010. The New York Times insists it is a deft and transparently honest attempt to provide a partly layered portrait of a many-layered society. Indeed earlier this year, Adil Sher appeared as a guest on the iconic British Journalist David Frosts' talk show in London to speak about Made in Pakistan .
Sher's latest local televised production Na Jaane Kyun won the 'Best Drama Serial Private Production' at the prestigious 15th Annual Awards Ceremony of Pakistan Television 2010.