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Madam Noor Jehan
Inayat H. Bhatti
Hamayet Ali Shair
Madam Noor Jehan
Inayat Hussain Bhatti
60s Urdu film songs
70s Urdu film songs
60s Punjabi film songs
70s Punjabi film songs
80s/90s Punjabi film songs
TV Urdu songs
TV Punjabi songs
|Pakistani Film Heroes from the 50's||40s | 50s | 60s | 70s | 80s | 90s | 00s|
- Sabiha: Aajkal (1957)
- Musarrat Nazir: Watan and Dil-e-Nadan (1960) and Khan Bahadur.
- Nayar Sultana: Ayaz (1960), Gulfaroosh (1962)
- Neelo: Insaaf (1960), Subha kahin sham kahin (1961), Banjaran (1962), Qatl ke baad (1963), Nahley peh dehla (1964), Jatt kurian toon darda (1976) and Kal de Mundey (1978).
- Shamim Ara: Thandi Sarak (1956), Svera and Apna paraya (1959), Zamana kya kahe ga (1962), Pyar ki saza (1964), Aaliya (1967), Doosri maan (1968), Khilona (1968), Night Club (1970) and Farz (1973).
- Zeba: Dil ne tujhey maan lia (1963), Aashiyana and Touba (1964), Aisa bhi hota hay (1965) and Jouker (1966).
- Rehana: Dil ney tujhey maan liya (1963)
- Deeba: Sartaj (1965), Hamdono (1966), Mairey bachey mairi aankhain, Dil deewana (1967), Shehnai and Aashiq (1968), Ghar damad, Choudhwin sadi, Mehman and Dil de ke dekho (1969).
- Rani: Chhoti Behen and Aik Dil do deewaney (1964), Shabnam and Sanam (1965) , Jouker (1966), Bhai Bhai (1968).
- Naghma: Awara (1968)
- Husna: Jadoogar (1962), Koun kisi ka (1966), Aurat aur zamana and Behen Bhai (1968).
- Bahar: Daal main kala and Jadoogar (1962).
- Laila: Bulbul-e-Baghdad (1962), Jhalak (1964) and Andhi Mohabbat (1969)
- Meena: Gulfaroosh (1962)
- Rukhsana: Main woh naheen (1967)
- Ghazala: Albaila (1967) and Alif Laila (1968)
- Shabnam: Shareek-e-Hayat (1968), Jaley na kyun Parwana (1970), Rootha na karo (1971) and Naam key nawab (1973)
- Raishma: Ghar piara Ghar (1968)
- Saloni: Bedardi (1970)
- Naseema Khan: Nei Laila Neya Majnoo (1969) and Road to Sawat (1970)
- Rozina: Honey Moon, Love in Europe and Parai Beti (1970)
- Nisho: Roop Behroop (1971), Insan aur Gadha (1973) and Jatt Kurian toon darda (1976).
- Shaista Qaiser : Aakhri Hamla (1972)
- Asiya: Notan noo salam (1979)
- Mumtaz: Yehan se wahan tak (1979) and Ik Wohti tin Larhey (1980)
- Najma: Jatt Kurian toon darda (1976), Ajj dian Kurian (1977), Mashrq-o-Maghrib (1985)
- Nadia Hassan: Jatt Kamala geya Dubai (1984)
Hero, Character Actor and Producer
First film: Beli (Punjabi - 1950)
Last film: Deewane do (Urdu - 1985)
Santosh Kumar was Pakistan's second super star film hero after Sudhir but he was the first ever top romantic hero. His first film was Ahensa in 1947 in India. In Pakistan, his first film was Beli in 1950 and in the same year he became hero of the first ever silver jubilee urdu film Do Aansoo.
Santosh Kumar’s real name was Syed Musa Raza. He was born in 1928 at Lahore. He graduated from Usmania University Hyderabad, India. He also passed I.C.S examination. First he got married in his own family with Mrs. Jameela Begum and then he also married with actress Sabiha. The first Nigar Award for best actor in the history of Pakistan was presented to him in film Waada. Shaam dhalay is the only movie which he produced, directed and played the lead role. He died on june 11, 1982.
(Mohammad Rizwan Anjam, Gujrat, Pakistan).
Filmography of Santosh Kumar:
| Aslam Pervez|
Hero and Villain
First film: Qatil (Urdu - 1955)
Last film: Mohabbat ho to aisi (Urdu - 1989)
He was a successful film hero in the 50s but became top villain in Urdu films from the beginning of the 60s.. Patey Khan, Chan Mahi, Miss 56, Aas pas, Chhoomanter, Sheikh Chilli, Koel, Neend and Ishq par zor nahin were some big films as hero. He died in a car accident in November 1984.
Aslam Pervez's filmography as hero:
Hero and Producer
First film: Amanat (Urdu - 1950)
Last film: Larram (Pashto - 1986)
Darpan was a top hero in the beginning of the 60s. He was introduced in film Amanat in 1950 and after only one more film Billo, he left Pakistan and tried his luck in Mumbai, where he appeared in two Indian films Barati and Adl-e-Jahangir. But he was more active in non-professional activities there and became one of many victim of famous Indian actress Nigar Sultana (who played famous Dil Aram role in classic Indian film Mughal-e-Azam and was married director S.M. Yousuf and actor Zahoor Raja too!). Darpan came back to Lahore after few years, where film industry was booming and he acted in first film Baap ka Gunnah.But he got breakthrough from his own produced film Sathi. Raat ke Rahi, Saheli, Gulfam, Qaidi, Anchal, Baji, Shikwa, Ik tera sahara and Naela were some big films as hero. His last big film as hero was Pail ki jhankar in 1966. He was hero in Waheed Murad's two produced films Insaan badalta hai and Jab se dekha hai tumhen. He was villain in Ik Gunah aur sahi and supporting actor in Khuda te Maa, Jab jab Phool khiley and few other films.
Darpan's real name was Syed Ishrat Abbas. Santosh (Syed Musa Raza) was his elder brother and director S. Suleman and (flop actor from the mid 70s) Mansoor were his step-brothers. He was married to Nayyar Sultana and he died in 1981.
Filmography of Darpan:
Hero, Villain and Extra
First film: Jabroo (Punjabi - 1956)
Last film: Bahadur Kisaan (Punjabi - 1970)
Akmal was the second super star of Punjabi films after Sudhir. He started his film career as a makeup artist and appeared as an extra actor in Qatil and Dulla Bhatti. Jabroo in 1956 was his first film as hero but the golden era of his film career came after the great success of Hath Jori in 1963. His mega hit film Malangi (1965) was a peak point of his film career. He appeared as villain in Baghawat (1960) and his sudden death on June 11, 1967 made him an unforgettable film character in Pakistani Punjabi films.
Filmography of Akmal:
Hero, Villain, Producer and Distributor
First film: Hameeda (Urdu - 1956)
At the starting of his career, he was crticised that he had not acting talent and his accent is not very good etc., and sure there were some realities on these crticism. But it is a fact that Eijaz is luckiest actor that despite of his shortcoming in acting, most of his films became very successful for some other factors, not because of him, like Raaz (1959),Salma (1960) Shaheed (1962), Lakhon main aik, Badnam and Sarhad (1967), Zarqa and Dia aur toofan (1969),Anwara (1970). Above films success credit does not go to Eijaz. (Mohammed Ayub Qureshi)
Read more about Ejaz:
» Ejaz - The first diamond jubilee hero in Pakistan
» Ejaz - Filmography
Hero, Supporting Actor and Producer
First film: Lakht-e-Jiggar (Urdu - 1956)
Habib was the third most successful film hero in both Urdu and Punjabi films after Sudhir and Ejaz. He appeared in character actor roles when he was on top of his film career in the 60s. Habib also married top Punjabi film heroine Naghma and was father of her daughter. Habib was highly educated person with triple M.A. and he was born in Indian state of Punjab...
Read more about Habib:
» Habib - A verstiale actor
» Habib - Filmography
» Habib - Songography
Hero and Producer
First film: Thandi Sarrak (Urdu - 1957)
Kamal was known as comedian hero and for light roles, his face was resembled with Indian actor Raajkapoor. He is the one of our film heros who worked with a maximum number of heroines. 25 years of his film career, almost he worked with 28 film heroines. Here is a list of his films with different heroines.
» Filmography of Kemal
| Yousuf Khan|
Hero. Villain and Producer
First film: Parwaz (Urdu - 1954)
The only film hero who still is active in films and appearing in main roles. He struggled many years and was co-hero in the 60s. He got breakthrough from film Ziddi in 1973 and was on top in the 70s as super star Punjabi film hero....
Yousuf Khan's film career (famous films):
Read more about Yousuf Khan:
» Urdu website
| Inayat Hussain Bhatti|
Hero, Supporting Actor, Singer, Producer, Director and Distributor
First film: Shehri Baboo (Punjabi - 1953)
Last film: Ishq Roag (Punjabi - 1989)
Inayat Hussain Bhatti was supporting actor in his first film Shehri Babu. He became hero in film Jallan but failed. His comeback in Chan Makhna was was amazing. He was on top of his acting and singing career till 1975. Here is Bhatti sahibs filmography:
Read more about Inayat Hussain Bhatti:
» Urdu website
» As singer
| Sultan Rahi|
Hero, Villain, Character Actor, Producer and Singer
First film: Baghi (Urdu - 1956)
Last film: Khar Damagh (Punjabi - 2004)
The most successful and record holder great film hero in Pakistani film history. He struggled many years from 1956 to 1970 and got breakthrough from film Babul in 1971. Basheera (1972), Wehshi Jatt (1975), Moula Jatt (1979), Sher Khan (1981) and many other superhit films made him a demand of box office. He was dominating hero in more than two decades and undefeated super star till his death. He was killed by an un-known gunman on January 9, 1996.
» Remembering The Sultan
» Some facts about film records
» Filmography of Sultan Rahi ("only" 500 films in the leading roles from 1972-96)
External links (film reviews from thehotspotonline.com):
» Moula Jatt
» Ajj da Badmuash
Filmography of Masood:
| Ratan Kumar|
Hero, child star
First film in Pakistan: Baidari (1957)
Last film: Daastan (Urdu - 1969)
He was a famous child star in India and acted as child artist in Bohat din howay, Booth polish, Baijoo bawra and Footpath. In Pakistan he also played young boy's role in few films like Wah re zamaney, Bedari, Masoom, Do ustad. As a hero he appeared in Nagin (1959) with Neelo, Alladin ka beta and Neelofar (1960), Taj aur Talwar, Shair e Islam and Ghazi bin abbas (1961), Husn o Ishq (1962), Baarat and Sameera (1963) Choti Ammi (1966) and Aasra (1969). (by Mohammed Ayub Qureshi)
Filmography of Rattan Kumar:
He was a successful film hero from East Pakistan but he was a non-bangali artist and resided in Dhaka. He was also hero of Pakistan's first colour film Sangum. Here is his filmography:
Sultan was a handsome hero, he acted with big name heroeines at his time but could not get fame like a famous hero and known as B class hero. He was elder brother of film hero Aurangzeb and was married to film star Nasreen. (by Mohammed Ayub Qureshi)
| Ajay Kumar|
He was hero of Madam Noor Jehan's hero in Pakistan's first Urdu musical film Dopatta in 1951.
| Sadiq Ali (Prince of Minerva)|
First film in Pakistan Judai (1950 Shaheena,Nazar and Zeenat). Other film Shola (1952).
Sadiq Ali was a very successful and famous actor before partition and got the title of Prince of Minerva. He acted in many films in India like Pukar (Naseem, Sohrab Modi) Sandaisa (1939), Sikandar (1941), Blackout, Dunya tumhari hay, Phir milaingay and Ulti ganga(1942), Pathron ka sodagar (1944, first film of Meena shori who later migrated to Pakistan and worked in many films), Jagpeeti (with Surraya), Nishana(1946) Do Nainan, Manjhdar and Mitti (with Khursheed, Tansen fame, who migrated to Pakistan and worked in two films Funkar and Mandi in 1956).
Sadiq Ali could not be ssuccessful as he was in India. He was paralyzed in 60's and could be seen sitting with Pan shop in Capital cenima lane, Karachi. Died in 1977 in Karachi. (by Mohammed Ayub Quresh, Saudi Arabia)
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