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Oct 11 2009

Behroz Sabzwari

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Behroze Sabzwari, is a Pakistani Film / Television actor. He was born in Karachi, Pakistan in 1957.

Behroze began his career from Radio Pakistan as Radio presenter, In the late 1970s he start his acting career as a child artist in “Live” television kids play Dada jan Nana jan. He won popularity with a TV play Khuda Ki Basti, in 1974 with his role Nausha.
He performs serious and comic roles with equal ease. Among his successful TV serial is Tanhaiyaan, It was Qabacha that endeared him to many households. Also did good acting in “Mera Naam Mangoo” (Drama serial about professional beggars).

Behorze has appeared in a number of television commercials. He has also done many stage plays, including Mirza Ghalib Bandar Road Par. Mirza Ghalib Bandar Road Par was the famous play of Khawaja Moinuddin. As a matter of fact this play was the earliest of Behroz plays and introduced him to the TV viewers throughout Pakistan in early seventies.
He was married to Javaid Sheikh’s sister Safeena and living happily ever after. Behroz has been with Pakistan TV for the last 26 years.

Behroz as Qabacha with Marina Khan

Behroz as Nausha with Qazi Wajid

Behroz with Mehmood Ali in MGBRP

Behroze is a son of Dr. Sabzwari, his father was a Naval officer. He got married to Safeena in 1986 and has two children. His son Sheroze Sabzwari, is follows his footstep and acted in several sitcoms and television plays. Besides acting, Behroze Sabzwari owns a car showroom on Tariq Road in Karachi.

Behroz Sabzwari in Movie Chief Saab

Some famous Tv Plays & Serials

* Khuda Ki Basti
* Professor
* Tanhaiyaan
* Ankahi
* Mera Naam Hai Mangoo
* Mandi
* Uljhan
* Gharana Fasana
* Yeh Zindagi Hai
* Koi Tou Baarish
* Socha Na Tha
* Aik Graduate Ki Long Story Short Main
* Baray Baray Dahi Baray
* Pasoori
* Hastey Bastey
* Mirza Ghalib Bunder Road Per
* Aania
* Maamta
* Jeena Isi Ka Naam Hai
* Zra si aurat
* Brahim Ki Talash
* Footpath ki Ghaas
* Kachwa aur Khargosh
* Nana Jan Dada Jan


* Ittefaq
* Dil Waley
* Palkon Ki Chahaon
* Naseeb
* Halchal
* Chief Saab
* Mushkil
* Ek Aur Love Story
* Khulay Asman Ke Niche
* Traffik
* Tere Ghar Ke Samnay
* Khush-naseeb

An Interview with Behroz Sabzwari
There are certain actors for whom the television has played the part of an institution. Behroz Sabzwari is one of them. Having started acting from a very young age, he was groomed and polished by the seasoned actors with whom he worked.

His association with television dates back to November 1967 when his first play, Nana Jan Dada Jan was made. He has fond memories of the drama that was telecast live. “I remember I forgot the dialogues that I was to deliver, however, the senior actors covered it up somehow,” he says with a chuckle. Neither was he scolded for this, nor was his blunder noticed by the audience. In fact being very young, he was always encouraged and supported by the people around him.

“I wasn’t aware of the fact that I can act, but all I can remember is that I could mimic people very well,” he reveals.

On being questioned about why he is mostly seen in the comic roles, Sabzwari says that an actor has to do whatever work he is offered. “However, I did act in plays in which I played a negative role or serious ones such as Khuda ki Basti and Uljhan,” he tries to clarify.

Behroz in Brahim ki Talash

Behroz in Uljhan

The character he played in the serial Mandi is his favourite one as he considers it one of the most satisfying works he has ever done. It gave him the opportunity to portray a person who undergoes various changes as he grows from a young lad to an old man. But this is not all, Kachwa aur Khargosh, Mera Naam Mungoo and Ankahi are also some of his memorable works.

Sabzwari disapproves of the unprofessional attitude of the newcomers in showbiz these days. And what bothers him the most is their unpunctuality.

The credit of Behroz’s most popular performance, in the role of Kabacha in Tanhaiyan, goes to his craze for watching movies. “Shahzad Khalil told me that the character I had to play in the serial was penned by the Haseena Moin,” he recalls. Sabzwari realised that he had to put in his best to stand out in the play which also had other notable artists. The director asked him to watch as many movies starring Peter Sellers as he could get hold of, for the roles the Hollywood actor played in his movies had a lot in common with the character in Tanhaiyan.

Sabzwari says that he is a Marlon Brando, Anthony Hopkins and Robert De Niro buff. He is also appreciative of the acting of Dustin Hoffman and tries to watch all the movies of these actors to observe the finer points of their art.

Behroze Sabzwari, Bushra Ansari, Rubina Ashraf, Safina Behroz with Groom Ali Haider & Bride Sabika

Among the younger lot, he likes Nicholas Cage. However, the actor confesses that he admires the work done by the senior actresses and has too many favourites to name just one.

The genre of movies that Behroz enjoys the most is romance. “I like love stories and at times thrillers too, it all depends upon my mood,” he opines. The actor clarifies that by romantic movies he doesn’t necessarily mean a-girl-meets-a-boy story, but movies that touch one’s heart and soul, have an emotional feel to it.

Behroz Sabzwari blames the atmosphere of the cinema halls as well as the standards of movies that are made in Pakistan for the audience’s lack of interest in the silver screen. He doesn’t like to watch films in the local cinema halls but whenever he goes abroad, he makes it a point to watch a movie in the cinema.

Behroz in Mirza Ghalib Bunder Road Per

He likes music of all sorts, and is particularly fond of semi-classical. Like many people these days, taking time out to listen to music is difficult for this actor.

“I don’t have much time to listen to music nowadays, but I still cherish songs by Mehdi Hasan, Adnan Sami and Shafqat Amanat Ali,” he reveals. Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan is a singer whom he admires the most. He likes the late mastero for his versatility as well as his voice and choice of lyrics. However, when it comes to the younger generation of singers, Behroze has little to say about them as he feels that few have come up with any remarkable music to be remembered by. Among the English singers, he admires Shirley Bassey, but over all he is not too passionate about Western music.

Sabzwari laments that he doesn’t have time to read books anymore. The one book that he believes is beyond comparison with any other book on earth is the Holy Quran. Apart from that, he loves to read poetry. That is probably why he has a collection of works by Parveen Shakir and Nasir Kazmi.

He admits openly that he is not much into reading and therefore wouldn’t name books in order to show off.

Favourite Movie: The Godfather
Favourite book: Nasir Kazmi’s Devan
Favourite music: Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan

Behroz Sabzwari with wife Safina in Nadia Khan Show

Behroz in Brunch with Bushra

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Oct 07 2009

Kuch Ankahi Batain – Wallpapers

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Danish Taimoor

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Maria Wasti

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Aug 17 2009

Javed Shaikh

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Javed Sheikh: One man’s story By Anis Shakur

Javed Shaikh & Ghazala Kaifi in Shama

The streets between M.A. Jinnah Road, and Waheed Murad Road, Karachi, were once popularly known as Plaza quarters or plaza. A very pious, and straightforward person, Sheikh Rehmat Ali, resided in the above neighborhood in the 1960s. Sheikh Rehmat Ali had absolutely nothing to do with Show business. Hence, no one in his right frame of mind could have imagined even in his dreams, that his children would one day become celebrated Pakistani film actors. Therefore, the public was amazed when his eldest son, Javed Sheikh, who was smitten by acting at a tender age, was cast as a child star in the film ‘Insaan badalta hai’, in 1961. Though perspicuous observers had noticed the hidden talents of this promising kid at the time. From 1968 onwards, Javed Sheikh frequented stage shows and Radio Pakistan programs. Perhaps, it was then, that the seeds of an artistic revolution were sown. Javed Sheikh debuted as lead actor in director Qamar Zaidi’s film ‘Dhamaka’, opposite Shabnam in 1974. Bad luck, ‘Dhamaka’ did not succeed and Javed Sheikh vanished from the movie scene for nine years, until 1983. Courageous, as he was, Javed Sheikh did not lose heart. Instead, he joined hands with Pakistani television and appeared both in television plays and commercials. Probably the experience that leaves the deepest and most indelible impression is the super hit television drama serial, ‘Shama’. Javed sheikh and Ghazala Tabassum, who later came to be known as Ghazala Kaifi, played the lead romantic roles in ‘Shama’. ‘Shama’ is one of the most consistently popular drama series in Pakistani television history. Javed Sheikh also played a key role alongside Shafi Mohammad and Ruhi Banu, in the television drama, ‘Kala Daira’. Additionally, he played the character of Amir in Pakistani television drama serial, ‘Chandni Raatain’. Javed Sheikh, who is full of life and vigor, attained maturity and professional recognition rapidly. As mentioned earlier, he re-appeared in films in 1983 and worked opposite Shabnam in director Nazar Shabab’s golden jubilee film ‘Kabhi alwida na kehna’. As time passed, he became a household name and a media darling. With that said, let us glance at three movies of Javed Sheikh: Director, Zafar Shabab’s golden jubilee film ‘Shadi magar Aadhi’, 1984, in which Javed Sheikh- Shabnam played the lead roles. Director Zafar Shabab’s golden jubilee film ‘Teray ghar kay Saamnay’, 1984, cast included Javed Sheikh- Shabnam. Director Nazar Shabab’s golden jubilee film ‘Bobby’, 1984, starring, Javed Sheikh- Mohammad Ali- Sabeeta. In ‘Bobby’, Javed Sheikh appeared with Mohammad Ali for the first time. Winners visualize the rewards of success. As for Javed sheikh, his true- life story is an instance of human excellence and personal success. What is unique about the three movies below is that their stories are so profound: Director Waheeda Khan’s golden jubilee film ‘Kiraye kay gorillay’, 1984, cast included Javed Sheikh- Laila. Director Shamim Ara’s platinum jubilee film ‘Miss Colombo’, 1984. Director K. Khursheed’s film ‘Benazir Qurbani’, 1985, stars included Javed Sheikh- Shabnam. Javed Sheikh confirms through his hard work that he is more than just the sum of his characters—not that we ever really doubted that. His versatility is reflected in the three movies below: Director Pervez Malik’s film ‘Halchal’, 1985, starring, Javed Sheikh- Nazaan Saanchee- Shabana. Director Jan Mohammad Jaman’s film ‘Honk Kong kay sholay’, 1985, cast included Javed Sheikh- Barbara Sharif. Director Sangeeta’s film ‘Jeenay naheen doon gee’, 1985, stars included Javed Sheikh- Sangeeta. Javed Sheikh, who loses himself in his profession, is all praise for the Nigar film magazine. According to him, he has been perusing it since 1960. Moreover, he maintains that the founder of Nigar Awards, the late Ilyas Rashidi, was his mentor and an incessant source of inspiration throughout his life. Below are six movies, whose stories managed to evoke interest in cine-goers: Director Nazar Shabab’s film ‘Nadia’, 1985, Javed Sheikh- Sabeeta played the lead characters. Director Hasan Askari’s film ‘Hum aur tum’, 1985, cast included Javed Sheikh- Salma Agha. Director Altaf Husain’s Punjabi film ‘Mehendi’, 1985, first Punjabi film of Javed Sheikh, stars included Javed Sheikh- Anjuman. Director Pervez Malik’s film ‘Zanjeer’, 1986, starring, Javed Sheikh- Nazaan Saanchee. Director Iqbal Kashmiri’s film ‘Hum aik hain’, 1986, cast included Javed Sheikh- Salma Agha. Director Mohammad Javed Fazil’s film ‘Faisala’, 1986. As a result of his focused concentration, Javed Sheikh became a successful actor. His story illustrates that there is no limit to where your dreams can take you. The transporting power of love and gentility were magnificently captured in the three movies below: Director Hasnain’s movie ‘Aik he raasta’, 1986. Director Sharif Nayyar’s movie ‘Jhoomar chore’, 1986. Director Iqbal Kashmiri’s movie, ‘Damoro intiqaam’, Pushto, stars, Javed Sheikh- Salma Agha. As the years passed he kept working in movies. He divorced his wife, Zeenat Manghi, in order to marry Salma Agha. Too bad, his marriage to Salma Agha could not thrive and it resulted in their separation. Later, he fell in love with actress Neeli and both of them used to appear together in public gatherings. In times due course, cracks appeared in Javed Sheikh and Neeli’s relationship as well. However, Javed Sheikh’s most successful movies were the ones in which he was paired off with Salma Agha and Neeli. His true caliber is evident in the seven movies below: Director Iqbal Kashmiri’s film ‘Rangeelay jasoos’, starring Javed Sheikh- Neeli Director Iqbal Kashmiri’s film ‘Zakhmi aurat’, cast included Javed Sheikh- Nadira. Director Iqbal Kashmiri’s film, ‘Raja’, stars included Javed Sheikh- Nadira. Director Iqbal Kashmiri’s film ‘Bakhtawar’, starring Javed Sheikh- Neeli. Director Iqbal Kashmiri’s film ‘Haseeno ki Baraat’, cast included Javed Sheikh- Saima Director Iqbal Kashmiri’s film ‘Sheida tali’, in which Javed Sheikh teamed up with Neeli. Director Iqbal Kashmiri’s film ‘Saat khoon ma’af’, in which Javed Sheikh worked opposite Neeli. He worked zealously to keep the viewer engaged in the romantic story. A man of many projects, Javed Sheikh was also behind movies like the three below: Director Iqbal Kashmiri’s film ‘Yaad gaar’, stars included Javed Sheikh- Neeli. Director Iqbal Kashmiri’s Punjabi film ‘Naghra gori da.’ Director M.A. Rasheed’s film ‘Khoon da qarz’ in which Javed Sheikh paired off with Neeli. After thirty years Javed Sheikh is still one of the most cherished artists in Pakistani entertainment. The scripts of his film are so cleverly conceptualized one finds him self simply admiring the formula. His role in the three films below is worth applauding: Director M.A. Rasheed’s film ‘Panah’, starring, Javed Sheikh- Nadeem- Sahiba. Director M.A. Rasheed’s film ‘Qatiloan kay qatil’ stars included Javed Sheikh- Salma Agha. Director Haider Chaudhry’s film ‘Paani’, starring, Javed Sheikh- Kavita. The credit goes to the salutary Javed Sheikh to have acted in films that gripped the heart of moviegoers. Excellence of his tremendous acting potential, are quite conspicuous in the six movies below: Director Haider Chaudry’s film, ‘Nangi talwaar’, in which Javed Sheikh teamed up with Gori. Director Haider Chaudry’s film ‘Hoshiyaar’ in which Javed Sheikh paired off with Kavita. Director Nazar-ul-Islam Dada’s film ‘Kalay chore’ starring, Javed Sheikh- Neeli. Director Nazar-ul-Islam Dada’s film ‘Nargis’ stars included Javed Sheikh- Madiha Shah. Director Jan Mohammad Jaman’s film ‘Mohabbat kay saudagar’ cast included Javed Sheikh- Neeli. Director Aslam Daar’s film ‘Daagh’ stars included Javed Sheikh- Salma Agha. His movie personality, fluency and flexibility made him one of the most sought-after actors, in the 1980s and the 1990s. The three movies below are bodacious and therefore worth watching: Director Nazar Shabab’s movie ‘Aik say barh kar aik’ with Salma Agha. Director Nazar Shabab’s movie, ‘Tufani bijliyaan’ with Neeli. Director Hasnain’s movie, ‘Allah Shehanshah’ with Neeli. So far, Javed Sheikh has made his presence felt in one hundred plus movies. He continues to influence his adorers through his performance. Below are three movies, which were his crowning achievement: Director Hasnain’s film ‘Farishta’ with Saima. Director Altaf Husain’s film ‘Baarish’ with Barbara Sharif. Director Altaf Husain’s film ‘Jhutay Raees’ with Reema. In reality, it was the team -work of a dedicated movie crew, which made his films a huge success. Virtual inclusion of finer feelings played a decisive role in the success of the three films below: Director Altaf Husain’s film ‘Hum naheen ya tum naheen’, with Neeli. Director Syed Noor’s film ‘Jeewa’ with Resham. Director Syed Noor’s film ‘Uqaboan ka nasheman.’ Moviegoers have been watching him for a while. He became etched in their minds in the three films below: Director Sangeeta’s film ‘Sahab bibi aur tawaif.’ Director Iqbal Kashmiri’s film ‘Mohallat’. Director Javed Fazil’s film ‘Aag he Aag.’ Javed Sheikh did a series of outstanding movies and his popularity continued to grow. He also showed a knack for tapping into the moods of the times with movies such as the three below: Director Javed Fazil’s movie ‘Ustadoan ka ustaad.’ Director Nazar-ul-Islam Dada’s movie ‘Madam Bawry.’ Director Pervez Malik’s movie ‘Ghareboan ka Badshah.’ His superb voice, good looks and impressive style in films appealed to the masses. The vibrancy of his profound presentation in the three films below brought laurels from everywhere: Director Zafar Shabab’s film ‘Saas meri saheli.’ Director Jamshed Naqui’s film ‘Hum say na takrana.’ Director Zahid Shah’s film ‘Choroan ka dushman.’ Nowadays, Javed Sheikh has become the defining voice for quality films and excellence in movie production. An adept actor, he worked in the three films below with confidence and ease: Director Shahid Rana’s film ‘Lahori Badmash.’ Director Zahoor Husain Geelani’s film ‘Badmash thug.’ Director Masood Butt’s film ‘Khuda gawah.’ Pakistani cinema’s hero, Javed Sheikh, is a man, whose characters in movies express his aspiration toward taste and sophistication. Below are three examples: Director Javed Fazil’s film ‘Zamana.’ Director Mumtaz Ali Khan’s film ‘Ilaqa ghair.’ Director Javed Fazil’s film ‘Mala kharo’, Sindhi version of the Punjabi film ‘Akhara.’ Having attained his ambition as an actor, Javed Sheikh moved on to another realm, direction. He was really tuned into the rhythm of this particular genre—direction. All through these times, his admirers knew that Javed Sheikh is more than an actor. A director, producer, and a famous television artist, he has put his stamp on several movies and television plays in his remarkable career that still flourishes to this day. Below are six movies, which were directed by Javed Sheikh: The hit films ‘Mushkil’, ‘Chief Sahab’, ‘Yes Boss’, ‘Kaheen pyar na ho jaye’, ‘Mujhay jeenay do.’ In the film ‘Ye dil Aap ka hua’, the cast includes Saleem Sheikh- Moammar- Sana. The movie is based on the grand theme of love. Most recently, Javed Sheikh was directing the film ‘Khulay Aasmaan kay neechay.’ He has filled his movies with characters, which have become Pakistani entertainment icons. His entire life is filled with challenges. Javed Sheikh’s younger brother, Saleem Sheikh, occasionally appears in the Pakistani films and television as an artist. Further, Behroze Sabswari is the brother-in-law of Javed Sheikh. Javed Sheikh’s most telling accomplishment are reflected in the six movies below, which earned him the Nigar Award: Javed Sheikh won the Nigar Award for best actor in the film ‘Ghareboan ka Badshah’ in 1988. Javed Sheikh won the Nigar Award for best actor in the film ‘Baarish’ in 1989. Javed Sheikh won the Nigar Award for best actor in the film ‘Ustadoan ka ustaad’ in 1990. Javed Sheikh won the Nigar Award for best actor in the film ‘Kalay chore’ in 1991. Javed Sheikh won the Nigar Award for best actor in the film ‘Zamana’ in 1993. Javed Sheikh won the Nigar Award for best actor in the film ‘Mushkil’ in 1995. Javed Sheikh is amongst a few artists to take bold steps to promote Pakistan’s image abroad. His admirers have always been, are, and hopefully will be, praying for his success.

Some popular Drama serials of Javed Sheikh

Chaandni Raatain
Doosri Aurat
Jaisey Jantey Nahin
Khuab Toot Jatay Hain
Kuch Dil Ne Kaha
Tum Kahan Hum Kahan

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Aug 17 2009

Shakeel ( Yusuf Kamal )

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Shakeel: For the love of acting By Anis Shakur

Shakeel as Uncle Urfi

Shakeel as Uncle Urfi

Yusuf Kamal was born on 29th May 1938, in Bhopal, India, to a highly enlightened family. He shared the big world with his two younger brothers and a sister. Yusuf received his primary education in an English medium school, in the pre-partitioned India. Additionally, he also acquired education in a French missionary school in India.

Yusuf migrated to Karachi, Pakistan, along with his family in 1952. Young Yusuf had a flair for acting since his childhood. During his school days in Karachi, Yusuf regularly participated in the extra curricular activities. Soon after graduation, Yusuf made his presence felt in stage plays as well.

Yusuf Kamal changed his name to Shakeel and debuted in the 1966 film, ‘Honehar.’ Cast included Shakeel- Waheed Murad- Rukhsana- Tarannum- Kamal Irani. For Shakeel, the film ‘Honehar,’ was a challenge he met with ferocious gusto.

Shakeel’s first television play was ‘Naya Raasta,’ which was penned by Hasina Moin and telecast from Karachi television in 1971.

Essentially, Shakeel is a natural actor, who applies himself earnestly as a professional duty. Karachi television presented special Eid-ul-fitr play ‘Happy Eid,’ in the 1970s. Shakeel and Neelofar Abbasi, formerly known as Neelofar Aleem, came up with resplendent artistry and made ‘Happy Eid,’ a memorable play. In the final moments of the play, Shakeel wishes ‘Happy Eid,’ to Neelofar and she greets him with ‘Eid Mubarak.’ They looked right at each other and smiled. It was quite a smile.

The will to succeed is part of the Pakistani culture. Shakeel and Neelofar Abbasi teamed up again in Haseena Moin’s highly successful Karachi television drama serial, ‘Shehzori.’

You can do a world of good for yourself if you keep a steady course.

The above statement rings too true to Shakeel. Dwelling on Shakeel’s immense artistic prowess, ‘Uncle urfi,’ could be ranked among the three greatest drama serials in Shakeel’s forty-year eventful career. Cast included Shakeel in the title role of ‘Uncle urfi,’ Shehla Ahmed as Beena, Qurban Jeelani as Shaheed bhai, Azra Sherwani as Ghazi, Jamshed Ansari as Hasnat bhai.

As the story goes, Shakeel, who is super-smartly dubbed as ‘Uncle urfi,’ takes interest in Beena. In reality, uncle urfi was desirous to make Beena happy. Logically, urfi should have taken Beena into confidence before doing her a favor. Instead, he kept her in the dark. The final moments of the last episode are fraught with pain and pathos.

Urfi tells Beena with certitude, ‘hamari shadi hogi to sara zamana deikhey ga.’ to which poor Beena replies, ‘kuchh shadiyaan dil kay weerano mein bhi to ho jaati hain, sirif khuda gawah hota hai.’

The emotionally charged conclusion of ‘Uncle urfi,’ was so unexpected that literally nobody was prepared for it. Indeed, Haseena Moin had instilled so much despair in its dialogues that thirty-two years later, it still stands as a classic in its bittersweet illustration of the unbreakable bond of family.

Further, Shakeel achieved enduring fame in Haseena Moin’s mega hit drama serial, ‘Un kahi.’ Cast included Shakeel as Taimur, Shehnaz Sheikh as Sana Murad, Javed Sheikh as Faraz, Saleem Nasir as Sheheryar, Jamshed Ansari as Timmi.

Initially, Taimur did not tolerated Sana Murad’s demeanor. But Taimur’s father-in-law, played by Qazi Wajid, suggests, ‘Taimur, logoan kay chehray parha karo, ye duniya ki sub say dil chasp kitaab hotay hain.’ That changed Taimur’s perception of Sana Murad and he managed to see the sincere girl behind the confused Sana Murad.

Most importantly, Shakeel’s numerous roles always heighten the sweetness of living. ‘Uroosa,’ is another popular television drama serial of Shakeel. Cast includes Shakeel- Ghazala Kaifi- Adnan Siddiqui- Mishi Khan.

As the story unfolds, Shakeel divorced his first wife, Ghazala Kaifi. Mishi Khan, who plays the title role of ‘Uroosa,’ happens to be the daughter of Shakeel from his first wife, Ghazala Kaifi. ‘Uroosa,’ wins everyone’s heart through her etiquettes. She weds Adnan Siddiqui, who lives next door.

All the Pakistani television drama serials deal very well with Shakeel, who plays them splendidly. Shakeel is also famous for his social services. He was proactive during the recent earthquake in Pakistan. Likewise, he takes active participation in anti smoking campaign. Furthermore, Shakeel conferred awards to the winners in the most recent Pakistani television award ceremony held in Karachi.

In recognition of his enormous contribution to the show business, Shakeel won the pride of performance award in 1992. Shakeel’s is a long, healthy, prosperous life, and a life really well lived.

The other day, Shakeel attended a function. Tens of hundreds of devoted admirers gathered around Shakeel and said, ‘hum Aap ka yaad gaar tareen kirdaar, ‘uncle urfi,’ kabhi na bhool payein gey.’

Shakeel replied, ‘Thank you and good cheer to all.’ Then slowly he walked away and soon vanished into the crowd.

The End

Shakeel’s movies are listed below:

1. The 1968 film ‘Josh-e-intiqaam,’ cast, Shakeel, Deeba  Adeeb
2. The 1968 film ‘Nakhuda,’ cast, Shakeel- Rukhsana- Ibrahim Nafees.
3. The 1968 film ‘Papi,’ cast, Shakeel- Bano- Sitara.
4. The 1968 film ‘Zindigi,’ cast, Shakeel- Ghazala- Ejaz- Tariq Aziz
5. The 1969 film ‘Dastaan,’ cast, Shakeel- Ghazala- Rattan Kumar-
6. The film ‘Gharonda.’
7. The 1973 film ‘Insaan aur gadha, cast, Shakeel, Nisho, Kamal,
8. The 1973 film ‘Badal aur bijli,’ cast, Shakeel- Nadeem- Shabnam-
9. The 1974 film ‘Chahat,’ cast, Shakeel- Shabnam- Rehman-
10. The English film ‘Butterflies are free.’

Some of Shakeel’s popular television drama serials and plays are listed below:

1.  Television play,’ Honeymoon.’
2.  Television drama serial ‘Zer, zabar, pesh.’
3.  Television detective series, ‘Naam Daar.’ Shakeel- Khalida Riyasat played the lead roles and solved the murder mysteries.
4. The Children’s television space fiction series, ‘Tick Tick Company.’
5.  Television play series ‘Mantorama,’ which were written by Sa’adat Hasan Manto.
6.  Drama serial ‘Perchhaiyaan.’
7.  Drama serial ‘Ana.’
8.  Drama serial ‘Chand Grahan.’
9.  Drama serial, ‘Uraan.’ Cast, Shakeel- Faryal Gauhar- Resham- Abid Ali
10. Drama serial ‘Tapish.’
11. Drama serial ‘Afshan,’ cast, Shakeel- Tahira Wasti- Zaini Umair- Ayesha Khan.
12. Drama serial ‘Aangan Terrha,’ cast, Shakeel- Bushra Ansari- Saleem Nasir.
13. Drama serial ‘She jee,’ cast, Shakeel- Rubina Ashraf- Babar Ali.
14. Drama serial ‘Zameen,’ cast, Shakeel- Sakina Sammo- Khalid Zafar.
15. Drama serial ‘Doosri Aurat,’ cast, Shakeel- Humayun Saeed- Aisha Khan-
16. Drama serial ‘Aandhi,’ cast, Shakeel- Sakina Sammo- Khalid Zafar.
17. Drama serial ‘Tum say mil kar.’ Cast, Shakeel – Vaneeza- Jia Ali- Ayaz Khan.
18. Drama serial ‘Saaye,’ cast, Shakeel – Marina Khan.
19. Drama serial ‘Ankahi,’ cast, Shakeel – Shahnaz Shaikh, Jawaid Shaikh, Jamshed Ansari,
20. Drama serial ‘Aroosa,’ cast, Shakeel – Mishi Khan, Adnan Siddiqui, Ghazala Kaifi,
21. Drama serial ‘Jab Jab Dil Miley,’ cast, Sadia Imam, Jia Ali, Humayun Saeed, Shakeel, Sameena Peerzada,
22. Drama serial ‘Shehzori,’ cast, Shakeel – Neelofer Abbasi
23. Drama serial ‘Uncle Urfi,’ cast, Shakeel – Jamshed Ansari, Qurban Jilani, Shehla Ahmed,
24. Drama serial ‘Chaudhwee ka Chand,’ cast, Shakeel – Neelofer Abbasi
25. Drama serial ‘Colony 52,’ cast, Sanam Baloch, Danish Taimur, Shakeel, Qavi Khan,
26. Drama serial ‘Dhoop Mein Sawan,’ cast, Shakeel – Nadia Jamil , Humayun Saeed , Samina Ahmed
27. Drama serial ‘Kothi No 156,’ cast, Shakeel – Seemi Raheel, Irfan Khoosat, Adeel Hashmi
28. Drama serial ‘Qutubuddins,’ cast, Shakeel – Danish Nawaz, Badar Khalil, Lubna Islam, Saman Agha

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Jun 07 2009

Drama Serial Kuch Ankahi Batein on Ary Tv

Category: Ary Tv,Kuch Ankahi Baateinmansoor @ 5:06 am

a story of love and fascination that is never pure and original. a journey that is always covered partially by one of the partners, and the other waiting at the destination. the saga revolves around two pivotal characters omar and maha, who are close to each other but are still distant from the point of common understanding.
kuch ankahi

Written by : Faiza Iftikhar
Produced by : Hassan Zia
Directed by :  S Mazhar Moin

Cast: Maria Wasti, Danish Taimoor, Nazli Nasar, Badar Khalil, Eshita, Naeema Garaj, Humaira Zaheer, Natasha Desoza, Rashida Yaqoob, Rehana Kaleem, Afshan Qureshi, Kunwar Arsalasn, Ali Akhter, Kiran, Fardeen Khan, Maria Wasti, Danish Taimoor, Nazli Nasar, Badar Khalil,

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Apr 29 2009

Drama Serial Ankahi on Ptv

Category: Ankahi,Ptvmansoor @ 1:23 am

Hasina Moin - who has always written classic dramas which are immortal. Un kahi is one of her classics and is one of its own kind. The excellent script with fabulous directions and performances by the great actors of all times have made this drama everyone’s favorite.

A family drama which you will definitely enjoy. A must add to your classic collection!

Director: Shoaib Mansoor

Written by: Hasina Moin

Cast: Shahnaz Shaikh, Jawaid Shaikh, Jamshed Ansari, Khalid Nizami, Bahroz Sabzwari, Shakil, Qazi Wajid & Saleem Nasir

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