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May 16 2013

Namak Parey on Hum Tv

Category: Namak Pareymansoor @ 9:37 pm

It revolves around Fahad Khan (mithu) and his wife Maina. Fahad is honest, sincere and loving guy, he’s a cartoonist by profession. Maina is a adventurous, bold and talktive girl. she believes that life is boring without any twist. In the process fahad always finds himself at the receiving end of Maina’s misadventures.
Maina might have a short temper and fahad might mock her wife but their arguing is only a thin cover for their deep love for each othernamakParay

For all those people who are in love ♥ ..Funny and uplifting comedy with adorable romance and amazing actors
Genre: Comedy
Executive Producer: Rukhsana Khan
Directed By Zeeshan Khan
Written By Saba Hassan
Song Composer: Shahbaz Ali Khan
Vocals: ET & Saima
Starring:  Urwatul Wusqa, Ahmed Zaib, Salma Hasan, Farhat Nazar, Vasia Fatima and Osama bin Sadiq

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Mar 21 2010

Saad Haroon continues to carve a niche for himself as Pakistan’s pioneering English comedian

Category: Articlesmansoor @ 10:46 pm

Laughing up a storm
By Maliha Rehman

Who knew that comedy was really such serious business? Saad Haroon’s recent stand-up comic act was a rollicking, hilarious potpourri of political satire, funny songs and cultural jokes. A few days later Saad shares that the show was the result of eight months of hard, grueling work.

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One went to meet Saad Haroon expecting to meet a funny, garrulous young comedian – onstage, he certainly is a barrel of laughs. But in real life, Saad is more introspective than slapstick funny. He certainly is passionate about comedy but he isn’t himself a walking, talking comic act. I guess we expect comedians to be funny in everyday life just like they are when performing. It’s difficult to imagine them as regular individuals with regular ambitions, plans and dilemmas. We expect their every sentence to contain a punch line.

Saad is great at what he does but more than anything else, he comes off as someone who loves his work and is willing to work very hard to achieve his goals. So far, so good. His recent standup show has run to sold-out packed houses and he’s a riot on stage. As he himself says, ÒComedy is just one aspect of my personality. I also want to one day maybe direct a film or write a book. I believe that with hard work, you can accomplish anything you want.Ó

Seated in the spacious drawing room of his house, where he lives with his parents, Saad explains how being a comedian can be emotionally draining. ÒIn an hour-long stand-up act, you have to come up with a punch line every 30 seconds and it has to be really funny. There are days when I am locked in my room for five hours and come up with nothing and then there are mornings when I wake up and immediately think up three great jokes.Ó

His chosen career may be trying but, nevertheless, Saad looks exuberant when he is on stage. He launches into songs at the drop of a hat, accompanied by Amin Arif on the guitar; plays the harmonica with flair; quips about everything ranging from weddings to pollution to politics and picks on squirming members of the audience and bamboozles them with trick questions and wisecracks. His friend and fellow-comedian Danish Ali opens his act for him and though Saad and Danish have both been performing for a while now – Saad for 10 years while Danish for four – they look more like young boys having the time of their lives rather than avant-garde comedians.

Saad is in his early 30′s yet he looks ebulliently young – no stress lines, no signs of disappointment, no caustic comments on life. One credits his youthful looks to the fact that he loves his job. ÒI enjoy making people laugh,Ó he agrees with me. ÒI worked in textiles for six years, moonlighting as a comedian. Then, one day I decided that this was what I really wanted to do. I had a hard-time convincing my parents. Nobody in my family had attempted doing something like this – they’re straightforward, business-oriented people. They took their time accepting my work but now, finally, they are able to acknowledge that I am not too bad as a full-time comedian. It’s great when I can bring that extra happiness to people’s lives,Ó he reasons rather altruistically.

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Altruism aside, his jokes are all in English and the songs he sings are parodies of English songs.
When grilled about the trials of pursuing a career in comedy in English when most Pakistanis speak Urdu or at the most, stilted, laboured English, he says: ÒIt’s true that my audience is limited, so far, I’ve performed internationally and in Pakistan, only in Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad. I do want to perform in other cities eventually, perhaps in Urdu. But when I do attempt comedy in Urdu, I want to do it well. Right now, my target audience, people who are fluent in English, do enjoy my shows and come back to see more.Ó

Saad began his tryst as a comedian 10 years ago when he formed Pakistan’s first ever improvisational comic troupe, Blackfish, along with some friends.

Even though Blackfish steadily rose to fame, the group eventually disbanded. All the members had day jobs or higher studies to pursue. Saad, though, continued on. In his tour, Saad Haroon Very Live, he performed standup comedy acts in Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad.

With The Real News, a TV show he hosted, wrote and produced, he reverted from improvisational comedy to writing comic scripts. The show, in which Saad was accompanied by another young comedian, Danish Ali, focused on ridiculing current news and happenings. ÒDanish and I would scour newspapers daily and come up with jokes related to recent affairs,Ó recalls Saad. ÒSometimes we were told to tone things down – we were admonished, ‘don’t make fun of the army’ or ‘don’t make fun of this or that political party’ – but overall, we were given a free hand with our content.Ó

ÒAs a rule, though, I believe in humor that has some sense to it. What’s so funny about dressing an actor up as a certain politician and making him sing a song? Isn’t it better to make fun of something that particular politician has done? Freedom of speech and media is a great thing but you have to use it carefully. If you use it callously, someone or the other will eventually take it away from you.Ó

Even now, a lot of Saad’s jokes focus on Pakistan’s political circumstances. He reasons that some political antics are just so ridiculous he just has to make fun of them. However, there are certain topics that he considers taboo. Walking the fine line between harmless hilarity and unpleasant impertinence, Saad explains, ÒI think that we are a very religious nation and so, I never joke about religion.

Courtesy: Instep Magzine

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Feb 15 2010

Zerooos on Hum Tv

Category: Hum Tv,Zerooosmansoor @ 9:34 am

Adnan ShaH (Tipu), Saqib Salman (Mani), Faisal Qureshi,

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Feb 14 2010

Billo Ka Ticket cut Gaya – Comedy Play on Ary

Category: Ary Tv,Telefilms & Teledramasmansoor @ 12:12 am

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Dec 23 2009

Comedy Drama Serial Ghar Damad

Category: Atv,Ghar Damad,Hum Tvmansoor @ 10:13 am

ghardamadNature: Comedy Serial
Written & Co-Director: Abdul Salam Naz
Produced & Directed by: Rashid Sami
Cast: Qaiser Naqvi, Sajida Syed,  Marium Shah,  Dr.Qaiser, Arif Siddiqui, Agha Jafar, Tehreem Zuberi, Abdul Salam Naz
On Aired: ATV, HUM TV (May,2006)
Banner: Kohinoor Telefilms & Productions

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Dec 10 2009

Comedy Drama Serial Ha’ey Jaydi on Ptv

Category: Ha'ey Jaydi,Ptvmansoor @ 10:06 am





Written by: Athar Shah Khan
Directed by : Manzoor Qureshi
Cast: Athar Shah Khan, Rashida Yaqoob, Shehzad Raza, Shabbir Jaan, Faisal Qazi, Salomi, Mirza Shahi, Ruby Niazi, Mahmood Siddiqui, Qazi Wajid, Javeria Jalil,




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Nov 27 2009

Nadia Khan acting in a telefilm after a long time

Category: Geo Tv,Telefilms & Teledramasmansoor @ 12:41 am

Nadia Khan Show

EID-UL-AZHA SPECIAL

First and second day of Eid NKS team is showcasing a film for their viewers. On the third day viewers will watch their favorite stars, Faisal Qureshi & Jawaad Bashir on NKS.

NKS FILM:

Theme:

This Eid NKS is bringing a comedy flick for you. The film depicts various aspects of Pakistan film industry.

The film is focusing on two heroes. One has worked in Hollywood and the second one is a popular hero of Lollywood. Both of them hire a Talent Management Company and signs a contract with them for new films. Nadia is playing a role of Butt Shb in the film, owns a talent management company. Tony is playing four different characters in the film and known as aathani.

Casts:

Nadia Khan (appearing in four characters)

Madiha Shah (Playing lollywood’s heroin role in the film)

Azfar Rehman (a hero from Hollywood)

Danish Nawaz (a hero from Lollywood)

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Tony (appearing on the four characters)

Nadia Khan Show, often shortened to NKS is a morning show conducted by the award-winning host Nadia Khan. The show features interviews with celebrities and members of the public, subject matter experts and achievers in specific fields. In order to cater to our viewers’ interest the show is divided into entertaining and informative segments. The show premiered on Geo Television on November 13, 2006 from the Network’s Dubai Studios.

Our viewers enjoy Nadia’s lively chit chat with her guests from different backgrounds on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. On Tuesday and Thursday our viewers can watch & participate in different segments to win prizes in NKS Magazine Edition. The Magazine Edition is a mix of different segments on celebrity lifestyles, beauty tips, child care, entertaining talent shows as well as Live and Interactive competitions for the viewers with lots of exciting prizes.

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Oct 18 2009

And now Shyhaki, the actor

Category: Articlesmansoor @ 8:36 am

It is true that singer Mohammad Ali Shyhaki, who some say is the pioneer of pop music in Pakistan along with the inimitable Alamgir, had dabbled in acting before and didn’t come up trumps. But it proved to be a pleasant surprise seeing him flex his acting muscles in a comedy show on a local TV channel last week.

The singer was anchoring the programme, in a manner of speaking, with remarkable comedic timing, completely overshadowing the other hosts of the show who are supposed to be known comics.

Shyhaki’s mannerisms, dialogue delivery and gestures were funny and never bordered on the ‘ham’ side. Does that mean that the singer has finally come to grips with the fact that he’s no more 20-something wearing floral shirts and dancing to the beat of groovy songs; and is trying to discover other avenues for staying in the news?

If the answer is yes, then acting it is for sure!

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Oct 16 2009

Faisal Qureshi

Category: Actors,Faisal Qureshimansoor @ 3:03 am

Interview by Behjat Tahir

Faisal Qureshi is a TV producer, director, and actor, best known for his comedy series “Ulta Seedha” – a collection of satire and parodies on a wide range of current topics.

Faisal’s on-screen talent is only rivaled by his behind the scenes imagination, which he is using to bring TV audiences many enjoyable and memorable programs. He is a graduate of the National College of Arts, and is fully applying his creative education to many different avenues, including designing.

In an exclusive Rendezvous with The Saturday Post’s correspondent, Behjat Tahir, Faisal shows us what it is like to take life seriously and lightly, all at the same time.

Let’s see if you can tell where he’s joking and where he’s being dead serious…enjoy the interview!

1. Let’s start with getting to know you – tell us a bit about where you grew up and your family…

My parents accidentally left me in the Amazon Jungle on a safari trip whereafter I was brought up by mama bear and baba bear. I found my way to civilization (or lack thereof) somewhere in the late 17th century…the animal instincts still haven’t left me! Well, on a serious note (if you really want to know), I was born in Hyderabad, attended public school, am the youngest of six siblings, and therefore the most spoilt and pampered in the family!

2. How did you get into acting?

ACCIDENTALLY!!!! It was a bad stormy night, very dark and chilly with not a person or animal in sight. I was walking merrily down to the karyana store when suddenly this huge truck hit me out of nowhere. When I came to, I was in a permanent state of amnesia. That fatal accident changed my life forever and the audience’s too! National College of Arts was my first step towards acting though personally I never wanted to act. Started out as a writer and concept-maker and still enjoy being behind the scenes more!

3. What factors have played an important role in making you a star?

Nothing much – couple of fractures, one broken leg and a bump to the head. Waisay, thanks for calling ME a STAR…sounds cool (laughs).

4. How has being married changed you as an actor and as a person?

Tremendously! My dramatic (acting) skills have improved with each passing day after getting married.

5. What are your inspirations? What motivates you as an actor, writer, director, and all the different roles you play?

Food is my biggest motivation and, you can say, inspiration too! When we don’t have food to eat at home, it makes me act and work really hard. As a writer, I like touching upon serious issues but with satire; as an actor my motivation begins when no one else shows up at the last second for my shoots and I jump in as a last resort to fill up the slot!

6. What are some of the good and bad experiences you’d like to share with our readers?

I guess going to NCA was a great experience…I made good friends for life. And the bad experience is that I got married to one!

7. Acting , writing , producing, designing….out of all these which one do you prefer more and why?

Cooking…because the end result is worth it and more fulfilling!

8. What do you think of Pakistani media in general ?

No idea! My commitments with Hollywood leave no time for me to look at our own media…but I’ve heard that Pakistani media is growing very fast which I think is good (for the media not for the audience!) It still has a long way to go and if I’m around longer then maybe there’s hope for it to reach Hollywood standards!

9. How do you compare Pakistani talent with other countries?

Aaahhh, Pakistani talent…you find the best and most efficient thugs and muggers here…none can beat their talent all over the world! Oh, you mean the likes of Meera and all? What can I say! Such talent is hard to find even in our own country let alone the rest of the world!!! “No one can beat just one” like the famous ad jingle goes…

10. What do you think about Pakistani talent going to India?

All I know is that India is a nice place to visit and my friends tell me that partying away from home has its own charms…if you know what I mean! Crossing the borders is now much cheaper thanks to our Khan Coaches and Bus Service, which is way easier on the pockets of our poor actors and singers!

11. If you were not in media, what profession would you have chosen?

Ummmm…if not an actor I would have been a politician then because there I could have used my acting skills properly!

12. Tell us about your future projects. What are you planning to contribute to the Pakistani media next?

Two minor projects are in the making. They will Insha Allah become major projects. Whether these projects will enter media, I don’t know. They are my twin daughters! Rather minor projects, 4 pounds each, but soon they will be big. That is my contribution, not to the media of Pakistan, but to the population of Pakistan.
13. Any message for our readers?

Messages I prefer texting with my cell phone…it’s cheaper!

Courtesy: The Saturday Post

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Oct 10 2009

Drama Serial Bulbulay on Ary Tv

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Cast: Nabeel, Ayesha Omar, Mahmood Aslam
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Director: Rana Rizwan
Writer: Ali Imran




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Oct 08 2009

Sitcom Masub Ki Dillagi on Ary Tv

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Story of a house, in which every one is replete with some special attributes. like dilaram who is not only filmy, but very filmy in nature. dilaram is in love with manan, who lives with her mother in a big house . manan’s mother is a character of a very different nature. other individuals that add crisp to the flavor are tanveer bahram and bilal, who are the inventors of new and different problems in each and every fresh episode.

Cast : Danish Nawaz, Saleem Mairaj, Tamanna Begum, Hina Dilpazeer, Khalid Malik

Director: Masub Ali Marghoob

Writer: Aslam Imran







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Oct 06 2009

70’s Unplugged (Theater) on Geo Tv

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70’s Unplugged (Theater)

Do you miss the hippie 70s? The beehive hairdo? The bell bottoms and the swinging music? Its all back and in style! Dr Younis Butt writes a hilarious comedy of errors where a girl is trapped in a boy’s hostel. Performed by leading film artist Veena Malik and Shamil Khan recorded in front of a live audience. Get ready for entertainment that’s unplugged.

Cast: Iftikhar Thakur, Shamil Khan, Veena Malik, Nosheen Agha, Ahmed Abdul Rehman, Anwar Ali & Agha Abbas,
Writer : Dr Younis Butt


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Oct 05 2009

Sitcom Jeena Tau Yehi Hai on Ary Tv

Category: Ary Tv,Jeena Tau Yehi Haimansoor @ 3:58 pm

A comedy-based family oriented chronicle of a memon family, headed by saith sattar who is highly authoritative in nature, but is soft hearted and likes his family to be integrated. the daughter-in-law always remains in a fiery mood, due to her constant disputes with saith sattar and on the other hand the son of saith is a typical simpleton. the moral of the sitcom is that how a well integrated family gets rid of different problems and issues by the virtue of their unity.

Cast: Rauf Lala, Shahood Alvi, Shagufta Ejaz, Saima Qureshi, Kanwal Nazar, Irfan Motiwala
Director: Farooq Pareo
Writer: Rauf Lala

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Aug 07 2009

Sitcom Cheekoo Papa Aur Woh on Hum Tv

Category: Hum Tv,Sitcom Cheekoo Papa Aur Wohmansoor @ 12:13 am

A sit-com revolving around a young man, Naseeruddin aka Nannah (Sarmad Khoosat), left bereft by his wife’s sudden death, who now has to raise his one-year old son, Cheeko (Faadil Asil) by himself, as well as take care of his old parents and do domestic chores. The parents, Husn Ara (Komal) and Ateeq ur Rehman (Erfan Khoosat) are a melodramatic cribbing pair of senile old birds who bicker all day with each other and are never grateful for all that Nannah does for them. Compounding the problem are Rizwana and Rizwan, the twins (Seemab Muzaffar and Anees Chachar respectively). The former is not the least bit interested in work and spends her day enjoying the old couple’s tantrums and aggravating them with her teasing, while Rizwan is a dud. Nor do Nannah’s problems end here. Every night he is visited by his wife’s ghost, Nanni, (Gia Ali) a true filmi character that lives on in the world of movies even after her death. Nanni’s ghost is not only jealous of every woman that sets her eyes on Nannah, including Malo, but also demanding and melodramatic.

Cast: Anees Chachar, Erfan Khoosat, Gia Ali, Faadil Asil, Sarmad Khoosat, Seemab Muzaffar, Uzma Hassan, Komal Zia, Shazia Afgan

Director: Kanwal Khoosat

Producer: Erfan Khoosat


Writer: Nasir Faraz



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Jun 23 2009

Sitcom Nadaaniyaan on Geo Tv

Category: Geo Tv,Nadaniyanmansoor @ 12:20 pm

Nadaaniyaan is a sitcom based on small domestic events and happenings of a Trio living in the same flat. This sitcom revolves around the three main characters, Yasir, his wife Nida and his brother Danish. Danish has recently moved to Yasir and Nida’s flat. Yasir is basically a simple and loving person, who cares for his younger brother. On the other hand, Danish is a clever and a selfish person, who has purposely shifted to his brother’s flat. Nida is an ordinary Pakistani wife, who is loving but very moody. Fluctuations in her mood create interesting and funny situations especially when she gets jealous and curious about his husband. Mr. Kamal-Uddin is another permanent character who resides in the same building. He will be usually found near the stair-case or in the elevator. This character will always bring smile on your face. In every episode, a famous artist will come as a guest actor. It will be covering the topics like visits of Guests, neighbors, union of various people and flat members.

Producer : Nida Yasir
Writer : Ali Imran
Director : Danish Nawaz
Mucic : Waqar Ali
Singer : Adnan Safeer

Cast : Yasir Nawaz , Mirza Shahi , Danish Nawaz , Nida Yasir

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