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Jan 18 2010

Abid Ali wants to produce film

Category: News,Uncategorizedmansoor @ 12:31 am

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Oct 09 2009

Abid Ali

Category: Actorsmansoor @ 2:02 pm

Abid ali in Uraan

There are very few actors who have that charisma which can inspire the young and old alike. Abid Ali belongs to this rare breed of actors because of his incredible performances and mesmerising personality. Abid reigned over the silver screen during the ’70s and ’80s and has scores of hit serials to his credit. Abid Ali (March 17, 1952) is a Pakistani television actor who has acted in numerous television productions. Abid reigned over the silver screen during the ’70s and ’80s and has scores of hit serials to his credit. But, he has not yet resigned from the shiny world of glamour and fame and is still going strong.
He was married to Humaira Ali but they are now separated. He had three daughters with Humaira: Iman Ali, Maryam Ali and Raimah Ali. Iman Ali, who is an actress and model, confesses to having a distant relationship with her father. [2] He married Rabia Naureen in 2006.

In a candid interview with Tview, he came out not only as a superb actor but also as a sensitive person with a thoughtful mind. Talking to Abid Ali was more than a pleasure. Looking as dashing as ever, he spoke in a humble manner and made us feel that we were never strangers

He says about himself: Since my school days I was inclined towards writing, and then I started painting. Acting wasn’t on my mind. I just knew that I wanted to do something creative. Between 1968 and 1969 when I was in college, Ata Shad from Radio Pakistan spotted me and told me that I had a good voice. I went for an audition which I passed and in this way I started to work for radio while I was also studying in college. Then in ’73, I came to Lahore and tried my luck at PTV, and after going through many auditions, I eventually got myself entered into the electronic world or as you say silver screen.

Abid ali in Waris

When we started, there wasn’t much money in this field, but in spite of that, people were committed and professional. Now times have changed. There is much more money involved – thanks to private channels and productions; nowadays actors want to become rich and famous overnight, they are more interested in minting money than to concentrate on their work, they accept every offer that comes their way. Another major difference which I’ve noticed is that in the past, actors were prone towards reading and learning so that they could emerge as good actors. Whereas today despite having access to books, computers and above all internet, our performers seems little interested in learning or reading. Sadly, in our country, there is no institution which can edify young actors. These days everything is going on. Nobody is noticing what is good and what is bad. I also feel that journalism is also responsible in shaping actors. These days even journalists also do not play their part effectively. They only report, they don’t analyse.

Abid ali in Mehndi

Work should be judged. Safdar Mir, one of the good critics, used to write so well. But now that era has also gone. We are hardly left with any good drama critics. I personally believe that we need to give training in every sphere – be it script writing or acting abilities. Not only that we also need improvement in technology – visual/audio/sound quality, recording equipment, transmition quality etc. Getting old is a reality so it’s better if you face it with dignity.

For me it’s a part of life and the best part about aging is that you learn a lot – if you want to. Look at today’s high-tech life; things are growing fast; improvement can be seen in every sphere of life — drama has improved with the coming of computer effects. So, if one has the desire to learn, one can always benefit oneself from latest technologies, no matter what his age may be.

As an actor, you find yourself working sixteen – may be eighteen hours a day, and doing nothing you would put your name to. In a twelve hour day, you kill ten hours just waiting, in a particular state of half-alertness, waiting to go on. It’s not satisfactory. Its’ a slog. I love acting – and I hate it. I despise it because I despise falsehood. You feel fraudulent, all the time, every day!

Television Serials

* Jhok Siyaal(Lahore TV)1973
* Waris(Lahore TV)1979-80
* Mehndi (2003) TV mini-series – Hassan Ali
* Saheli (2007) TV series
* Sahiba (1992)
* Moosa Khan (2001)
* Mr Bhatti on Chutti (2009)
* samandar (as ahemad kamal/iftikhar ali)
* Doosra Asmaan
* Maa aur Maamta, Indus Tv
* Masi Aur Malka, Geo Tv
* Piyas, Ptv
* Uraan, Ptv
* Phir Kho Jaye Na, Ary Tv
* Baitiyan, Hum Tv
* Thora Thora Piyar, Geo Tv
* Jab Jab Dil Miley, Ptv
* Dasht, Ptv
* Tum Kahan Hum Kahan, Geo Tv
* Moorat, Ptv
* Ahsaas,Ptv
* Sirf Aik Baar, Tv One
* Veena, Ary Tv
* Burns Road ki Neelofar, Geo Tv
* Amar Bail, Ptv

Abid Ali on Atv


* Mr. Bhatti On Chutti (2009)
* Doenay Jung (1990)
* Gharibon Ka Badshah (1988)
* Awaaz (1985)

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Aug 23 2009

Aijaz Aslam

Category: Actors,Aijaz Aslam,Ary Tv,Atv,Geo Tv,Hum Tv,Indus Tv,Ptv,Tv Onemansoor @ 10:01 pm

Aijaz Aslam: Beyond Roshoo By Anis Shakur

“The beauty of man”, states an old Arab proverb, “lies in the eloquence of his tongue”.

The above mentioned maxim holds true to fashion designer-cum-artist, Aijaz Aslam. He spells his first name with double “z”, which is also his trade- mark.
Born to a middle class family 37 years ago on October 3, he proved to be a bright student in his school days.

His father made occasional appearances in Pakistani television plays, when Pakistan television was in its infancy.

What distinguished Aijaz from other kids was his aptitude for showbiz and modeling.

Subsequently, he successfully completed a fashion- designing course in London.
In 1989, he stepped into the world of modeling and achieved name and fame beyond his wildest expectations.

In 1993, Aijaz debuted from Karachi television station’s super hit drama serial, “Kashkol”, which changed his life forever.

Renowned writer, Hameed Kashmiri, top of the line director, Nusrat Shaheen, artist of the highest repute, Talat Husain and the likes of him, made “Kashkol” one of the greatest drama serials in the annals of Pakistan television.

Most of all, it was Aijaz (super smartly dubbed as “Rosho”) who did the trick.

The sad gaze in his eyes, the indescribable pathos in his voice and the loneliness and despair, which he carried through out the series, made him one of the most astonishing performers ever to grace Pakistan television.

In reality, he looked like the reincarnation of fugitive-famed, David Janssen.
“Roshoo”, an embodiment of innocence, relives a nightmare as another dream disintegrates.

His intense, charismatic performance in his most memorable role in “Kashkol”, vaulted him to super stardom.

“Roshoo” became his identity as well.

Aijaz helped usher I what has been called the second golden age of TV drama.

All exhilarating, all wonderful, “Kashkol”, a reality written script, is a must-see!

But Aijaz is more than an actor. He is the topmost fashion designer and an innovator.

A decade ago, Aijaz embarked upon the fashion design business in a very humble manner and with meager resources. He started his business with one machine.

Today, numerous workers earn a respectable livelihood in his stitching units.
An unobtrusively brilliant man, Aijaz designs everything from A to Z.

His mastery in fashion design created waves in Pakistan and across its borders.
What he does best is design real fashion for real people and let the spotlight shine on them.

“I have always delighted most in my work as a fashion designer”. Aijaz said with confidence.

His specialty is men’s wear. Additionally, he is in charge of two manufacturing units.

Aijaz’s true genius is to design and create items, which are widely used by artists, who work in Pakistan television drama serials and in other related entertainment industry.

No fashion show or advertisement is considered complete without Aijaz’a presence.

He became the defining voice for quality fashion products.

His manufactured items, like boxer shorts, are very popular. He achieved excellence in sherwani’s, too.

His products exemplifies in boutiques at different locations, including his signature boutique in Clifton.

Passion for innovation, Aijaz says, fueled his ambitious new plan-to create his own brand of shoe.

A perfectionist, Aijaz’s high expectations influenced more than just those who worked under his umbrella. He profoundly affected the nation.

Despite his extremely hectic business schedule, he never side- tracked his television career.

His industriousness led to one success after another.

Cast in a succession of interesting roles, he increasingly found opportunities to show his dramatic abilities:

“Jawad” of Pakistan television drama “Jisay piya chahay” and “Atif” of “Aik gana aik afsana” (haan isi moar per) made Aijaz household word and a media darling.

His roles in the above two television plays are a breath taking art of acting.

So far, Aijaz has visited and performed in quite a few Pakistani cities. He also made public appearances in England, Canada, Dubai, Maldives and Turkey.

Aijaz appeared in a television drama, “Daira”, which was adapted from the English novel, “Moth smoke”. Cast includes, Usman Peerzada- Fakhir- Bunny.

Aijaz played the character of “Naveed” in the Pakistan television drama, “Patjhar ki chaaon”, cast includes Mahnoor Baluch- Javed Sheikh- Jahan Ara Hai- Badar Khalil, written by Mohammad Ahmed.

Lyrics of the above two plays are good enough to be devoured, mesmerized and insinuated in daily conversation.

He acts with his unique style, which he appropriately named “Aijaz style”.

Aijaz worked in the drama serial “Doosri Aurat”, directed by Haider Imam Rizvi, written by Naheed Sultana Akhtar. Cast, Shakeel- Laila Zuberi- Ayesha Khan.

One of Pakistan television’s most hand some man, his prestige grew with every new role. He feels privileged to be born and bred in Pakistan.

Also, he considers himself a lucky person to be born with the God-gifted talents for acting and entrepreneur ship.

He derives immense pleasure to bring happiness in the lives of millions of his fellow human beings.

Aijaz was dubbed as a drug dealer in a television drama. He played the role of notorious “Haider” or “Raider”, who trades narcotics for money. (The very opposite of “Roshoo,” who waged war against drug dealers.)

“Raider” is another successful chapter in his remarkable career.

From “Roshoo’s” peerless dramatization to numerous inventive screen- plays-his performance is simply unparalleled.

The popularity of Aijaz soared sky high in quick response to public perception. He just would not permit failure.

His enormous output in his business and in showbiz, has embedded itself in the Pakistani psyche.

What a difference ten years makes.

Today, he strides like a colossus in the world of fashion and modeling.

He certainly is prolific.

Are these astonishing performers born or made?

“No question, Aijaz Aslam is a phenomenon.

As with most prodigies, his technique is stunningly secure, but unlike many of them, he refuses to settle for the merely immaculate”.

That, perhaps, is the secret of being a true prodigy.

Aijaz Aslam with former president Pervez Musharraf

Aijaz Aslam with former president Pervez Musharraf

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

Kahan Se Kahan Tak on Ptv
Khahish e Benaam on Geo Tv
Kashkol on Ptv
Dharkan on Ptv
Mehndi on Ptv
Sherdil on Ary
Hum Se Juda Na Hona on Ptv
Mujhe Apna Bana Lo on Hum Tv
Tum Kahan Hum Kahan on Geo Tv
Main aur Tum on Ary
Kabhi Na Kabhi on Ary Tv
Thora Thora Piyar on Geo
Phir Youn Love Hua on Ptv
Doosri Aurat on Ptv
Tere Ishq Mein on Geo Tv
Socha Na Tha on Ary Tv
Na Tum Jano Na Hum Janain
Botal Gali
Rani ka Raja
Ab Ghar Janay Do

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Aug 17 2009

Humayun Saeed

Category: Actors,Ary Tv,Atv,Geo Tv,Hum Tv,Humayun Saeed,Indus Tv,Ptv,Tv Onemansoor @ 4:03 pm

Humayun Saeed: Master of his dream By Anis Shakur

Never before in modern Pakistani entertainment had one man risen so high so fast.

Within a short period of time, he became the awe and envy of the Pakistani public.
Below is an amiable look back at the life and accomplishments of Humayun Saeed.

Humayun was born into an enlightened family on July 27, 1971, in Karachi. Being the eldest amongst five brothers, his parents expected a lot from him.
As a child, he had a craze for movies. His favorite past time was to stand in front of a mirror and to fantasize being a film actor.
Though initially he seemed an ordinary kid, his zeal for acting set him apart from other children.
Such focused determination took that boy where he wanted to go-to the top.
In times due course, he successfully completed a bachelor of commerce degree.
Humayun stepped into the practical life as a production manager in a garment factory in Karachi. He stayed there from 1991- 1995.
By sheer determination, he drove himself forward.
As mentioned earlier, Humayun demonstrated an unusual aptitude for show business from his earlier days.
From 1995 onwards, he associated himself with Pakistani television. First he appeared as an artist in numerous television plays and drama serials.
Later, he started his own production, known as H.S. Production.
Side by side, Humayun also participated in modeling and fashion designing. Additionally, he also made his presence felt in the ‘Dalda’ advertisement.
If he has spared anything, then it must be imaginative enough to venture beyond his expertise. That scenario is highly unlikely. Considering Humayun’s enormous acting potential, brilliance and a very high I.Q.
A novice in television, Humayun was eager to learn and quickly mastered the techniques.
The first television play in which Humayun worked as an artist, was ‘Ye Jahan’.
He was famous for his looks, his etiquette and above all, for his impressive voice.
The masterpieces began to flow, as they would over several years. He received another boost in public awareness from more plays like ‘Farz Aik Qarz’, ‘Lahu say kar kay wuzu’ and ‘Waqt’.
Some of his television plays are an epic story of ordinary people trying to make it against all odds.
Humayun is as good as his word.
He was teamed up with Sania Saeed, Perveen Malik, Ghazala Butt and others, in the play, ‘Shayad Kay Bahar Aaye’. Producer, Sultana Siddiqui, director, Rana Sheikh.
Humayun is not just an artist, He is an event.
Who else can give us so much pleasure now and hopefully for years to come?
He brings out all his emotions in plays like, ‘Ghazi Shaheed’, ‘Aaj’ and ‘Zeher’.
Presumably, the carrot that keeps him motivated is the glory of performance.
Inching his way to stardom was like scaling a mountain to Humayun.
The public has seen him in numerous television plays. Each of them is a new inspiration for his adoring fans.
Humayun, who now enjoys an exceptionally huge devoted following, gave a superb performance in the plays, ‘Ye Zindigi’, ‘Bund Darwazay’ and ‘Unhoni’.
His loyal following grew so fervent in the recent past that his video and or DVD’s became almost like a most sought after item.
Humayun has successfully experimented with hundreds of television plays. Below are three such success stories:
‘Jang’, ‘Janay Unjanay’, ‘Peela Jora’.
If aficionados of Pakistani entertainment have any thing to say about Humayun, this is what it is: ‘You have our eternal gratitude for delivering such profound lessons in such easy ways’.
Below are three such lessons:
‘Kheil kheil mein’, ‘Doosri duniya’ and Ye ghari hai Milan kee.’
Undoubtedly, Humayun mania is for real. Debonair Humayun, who is six feet tall, is married to Samina.
He unleashed his power to succeed and came up with magnificent performances in the plays below:
‘Zindigi badalti hai’, ‘Kabhi kabhi pyar mein’, ‘The castle-Ik Umeed.’
With the passage of time, he learned much about friendship, teamwork and most of all, about himself.
Moreover, no statistics could measure the fame he achieved in the recent past. It increases with every passing day.
Smitten, Humayun finds himself pulled toward production. From ‘Humayun Saeed Production’, he has produced the serial, ‘Tum he to ho.’
Further, from ‘H.S. Production, Humayun has also produced long plays like ‘Pehli Khahish’, ‘Adhuray Khawab’, ‘Dil wo bay mehar’ and ‘Undekhi’.
He is a great talker with a reputation for wit. Through his plays, Humayun has had a tremendous effect across Pakistani social landscape, as well.
There was a cluster of distinctively Pakistani works, such as drama serial, ‘Jab jab dil milay’. Its location shooting was done in Malaysia.
Likewise, the drama serial, ‘Chahatain’, was also shot in Malaysia. ‘Chahatain’, executive producer, Samina (wife of Humayun Saeed) cast includes Humayun Saeed, Uzma Gilani, Vaneeza Ahmed, Atiqa Odho.
As the times have changed, so has Pakistani show business.
As for Humayun’s work, his acting just keeps getting better. He brought his valuable experience to the play ‘Unjanay raastay.’
The cast includes Humayun Saeed, Tazeen Husain, and Shafi Mohammad. Penned by Zeb Sindhi, director, Misbah Khalid.
Humayun also had an important role, which he played with dramatic effect, in the long play, ‘Farar’ with Mehreen Jabbar.
His portrayal of a cancer patient in the drama serial ‘Mehendi’ is unparalleled.
He is a fabulous actor-there is such vitality and imagery in his work.
By 2002, he was the most sought after artist of Pakistani television.
Consequently, directors and producers are in his debt.
In a recent interview, he spoke about his life. ‘People want me in the television plays’, he says, ‘and that is a lot to live up to.’
His personal flair, his love of music, dance and parties. His favorite dish is biryani and favorite color is black.
Humayun, at 32 years of age, has achieved so much name, fame and experience, that it is hard to believe.
To read about his exciting life is like watching a good movie that we did not want to end.
Humayun made his name in movies, as well. He debuted in the film ‘Inteha’, in which he was dubbed as an abusive husband.
He played the role of a prostitute in the film ‘No paisa no problem’.
The television and movie artists who inspired Humayun include, Talat Husain, Shabbir Jan, Shafi Mohammad, Rahat Kazmi, Nadeem and Waheed Murad.
Humayun was judged best actor for his performance in the television play ‘Ab tum ja saktay ho’, in 1996, for ‘The television Performance Awards.
He was judged best actor for his performance in the television – film ‘Zeher’ in 1996.
He was judged best actor for his roles in the plays, ‘Sawal’, ‘Umeed-e-Sehr’ and ‘Kankgan’.
He was judged best actor for his performance in the film ‘Inteha’ and he received ‘The Television Times Viewer’s Choice Award’.
In the year 2003, his competency and artistic skills are awesome and only improving.
Apart from his acting skills, Humayun possess a vast business experience in garments.
Hence, Humayun and his brother, Aamir, opened men’s boutique at Zamzama boulevard and an outlet at Tariq Road.
In Humayun, Pakistanis have received a gift even greater than other gifts, which one could have offered them.
For Humayun and the likes of him, have only strengthened and renewed this country’s culture.
With their success has come a powerful affirmation-that the human spirit can never be extinguished.

Some popular Drama serials of Humayun Saeed

  1. Aangan Bhar Chandni
  2. Dil Kay Afsanay
  3. Dil Kay Afsanay
  4. Jaisey Jantey Nahin
  5. Koi Tou Baarish
  6. Riyasat
  7. Socha Na Tha
  8. Aashti
  9. Ana
  10. Aur Zindagi Badalti Hai
  11. Chaahatain
  12. Chaandni Raatain
  13. Dhoop Mein Sawan
  14. Dhuwan
  15. Doosri Aurat
  16. Hum Se Juda Na Hona
  17. Ishq Junoon Deewangi
  18. Jab Jab Dil Miley
  19. Mehndi
  20. Meri Adhoori Mohabbat
  21. Meri Zaat Zarra-e-Be Nishan
  22. Shayad Kay Bahaar Aaye
  23. Tere Ishq mein
  24. Tum Kahan Hum Kahan
  25. Woh Rishtey Woh Naatay
  26. Yaad Tu Aayen Gey

7th Sky entertainment

Seventh Sky has a core management team that believes in leading from the front. Abdullah Kadwani and Humayun Saeed, who are acknowledged and acclaimed wizards in their own right, lead the company. Under their aegis, Seventh Sky Entertainment has been able to carve a niche from the onset, for each one of the two, at the core of their workings have an enviable list of accolades.
Together this dream team is responsible for all aspects of execution, starting from planning to casting to production management at Seventh Sky. Their expertise help them effectively manage and look after business, marketing and strategic planning of Seventh Sky projects to create successful projects each time.

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Aug 17 2009

Javed Shaikh

Category: Actors,Ary Tv,Atv,Geo Tv,Hum Tv,Indus Tv,Javed Shaikh,Ptv,Tv Onemansoor @ 2:58 pm

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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Apr 23 2009

Drama Serial Tum Kahan Hum Kahan on Geo Tv

Category: Geo Tv,Tum Kahan Hum Kahanmansoor @ 4:21 pm

Tum Kahan Hum Kahan is the story of an innocent girl and her relationship with her father who has brought her up as a single parent. It focuses on their relationship and how it goes through the ups and downs of her tragic life when she leaves home to live her new life with her husband.

Director: Mohammad Javed Fazil

Writer: Seema Ghazal

Producer: Sajjad Gul

Singer: Khadija Haider

Cast: Faisal Qureshi, Humayun Saeed, Ijaz Aslam, Sara Chaudhry, Maira Khan, Abid Ali, Javaid Sheikh , Ayesha Umar , Mahmood Akhtar and others

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