Foreign artists who worked in Pakistani films

In the past, there have been many Pakistani-made films in which artists from the film industries of different countries have enchanted their performances, but there are only a handful of artists whose performances have been successful. And these artists had the opportunity to work in more Pakistani films. The first Pakistani film to be made in this regard is Shahnawaz’s 1956 directed film “Unique”, for which the heroine “Sheila Romani” was chosen from India. ۔

His opposite hero was actor Shad. Although Sheila Ramani was born in present day Sindh, Pakistan, she started her film career by visiting Bombay, the then big film hub. Sheila Romani was specially invited from Bombay for the film “Unique”. Sheila gave very impromptu performances in the film. A pictorial song on him, “Drive the car, Babu, don’t let your heart sink lightly”. Extremely popular, but “unique” failed at the box office.
In 1959, Noman Taseer, a filmmaker from Karachi, set out to make the first Urdu language film in the former East Pakistan under the direction of AJ Kardar, a Lahore-based director. The story for the film was chosen from the novel by Bengali novelist Manik Bandu Badhiye. The story was a reflection of the poverty and destitution of East Bengal fishermen, all filmed in the village of Satnoi, 30 km from Dhaka.

The heroine was chosen for the film in the form of Indian art cinema artiste “Triputi Mitran”. “Jago Hua Sawera” was made in the context of parallel cinema, was a high quality film, which did not do well at the box office, but it was well received at foreign film festivals. The script and songs of the film were the result of the pen of the great poet and intellectual Faiz Ahmed Faiz.
In the early 70’s, director Iqbal Shehzad started a film called “Ticker Gang” under Pak-German collaboration. Muhammad Ali and Zeba from Pakistan were selected in the lead cast, while Tony Kendall from Italy and Broad Paris from Germany were given the lead roles. Most aspects of the film involved the cooperation of Pakistani as well as German technicians. The film was shot in New York City, Pak-Afghan border mountains and locations in Lahore and Karachi. Muhammad Ali played a Pakistani police officer in the film, while Tony Kendall and Brad Paris played Interpol officers.

The English version of the film was named “FBI Operation Pakistan”. The film was screened in Germany in 1971, while Tiger Gang was screened in Pakistan in 1974, but the film was well received. The film did not receive much publicity.

In 1980, Rauf Ahmad Shamsi, the founder of Kashif Limited, a well-known film maker and distributor, co-produced the international standard film “Bandash” with Indonesia. Actress Diana Christina was chosen for the third key role in the film with Nadeem and Shabnam. Diana Christina was from Indonesia. The closure was created by filmmaker Dada alias Nazarul Islam. In the film, Diana Krasitna played the role of Jotia, the daughter of a fisherman living on a remote island in Indonesia, in whose life a tourist, Nadeem, suddenly enters and marries her. Yes, but it soon turns out that Nadeem is already married and after losing her memory in an accident, she has remarried. Diana Cressitna played the role of a very emotional girl with great skill and efficiency.

Pictured song (1) is good for them. (2) Hello Hello Sainko and especially (3) I love you from the bottom of my heart. Diana Cristina also won the Special Writer Award for Best Performance. “Bandash” also made such a history at the box office that even today its historical record is unbreakable that the film’s two major film centers in Pakistan, namely Karachi and Lahore, both cities with equal success. Celebrates Grand Platinum Jubilee However, despite such a huge success, Diana Cristina has never been cast in a Pakistani film again

In 1983, director Nazar Shabab co-produced the beautiful Sri Lankan drama “Never Say Goodbye”, making popular Sri Lankan artiste “Sabita” the third most important film in the film opposite Shabnam and Javed Sheikh. Selected in the roll. Sabita’s performances were so confident and unpretentious that she won the hearts of moviegoers from the very first film. Never Say Goodbye was a super hit at the box office, so every second Pakistani filmmaker was attracted to “Sabita”, as a result of which blockbuster films like Miss Colombo, Ruby and Bobby adorned with Sabita’s character came to light. Come on.

Plus, you’ll be getting rid of clutter you don’t need. Nazz Shabab’s “Bobby” has the status of a memorable film of his artistic life, in which Sabita performed a very standard and impressive performance alongside a legendary re-artist like Muhammad Ali. “Bobby” also has the distinction of being the third most successful film in the history of Pakistani Urdu cinema. Sabita has been a popular and well-known artist of 2015 in Sri Lankan cinema.
Director Nazarul Islam co-produced the romantic movie “Love Story” for Ever New Pictures in 1983 with Pakistan and Kenya, then chose Laila, a British artist, as the heroine over Faisal Rehman. The blue-eyed Laila played the role of “Laila”, the daughter of a proud and cruel capitalist diamond merchant, “Eraj”. Low Story won the Platinum Jubilee Award for its super-class instructive treatment of Nazar-ul-Islam and excellent business due to its Joomla features. Looking at the success of Low Story, Javed Fazal played Laila in the very important role of Nadeem’s oppressed sister in the film “Hisab”, but Hisab did not achieve the expected success at the box office.

When director Javed Fazil made the 1985 film “Hum Se Hai Zamana” starring Pakistani, Bangladeshi and Nepali artists, Nepali artist Shiva performed brilliantly against Nadeem. Shiva’s style of acting was well received in the public and film circles. “We have time” was a super hit at the box office. And for Shiva, the path to success was struck. As a result, he became a part of more Pakistani films like Earth Sky, We Are One, Thieves’ Barat, Bangkok’s Thief and many more. Like Sabita, Shiva was very popular in Pakistan.

In 1985, Qadeer Khan made “Zameen Asman”, which was directed by Nazar-ul-Islam. The artist who emerged from this film in full force was the Nepali artist Sashma Shahi, who played the role of the princess’s faceless and flamboyant witch in the film. Shishma Shahi’s excellent characterization decorated every scene of this film.

This was the reason why she later showed her beauty and art in many Pakistani films, such as Thieves’ Barat, Andhi, Lava and many others. Director Iqbal Kashmiri later proposed to her. Shashma accepted the offer and remained in Pakistan. Before the death of Iqbal Kashmiri, during her illness, Shashma Shahi, while fulfilling her duty of being a faithful wife, left no stone unturned in the care and service of Iqbal Kashmiri.

In 1985, when director Pervez Malik described the film “Hulchul”, he cast Turkish artiste “Nazan Sanchi” as the second heroine opposite Javed Sheikh. The first heroine of the film was Shabana. Nazan’s charming looks, white complexion, beautiful physique and above all, his charming style in the film made him popular among Pakistani film viewers. The movie “Hulchul” proved to be a golden jubilee hit at the box office, after which “Nazan” also appeared as a heroine in Zanjeer and Talash. Naheed Akhtar’s song “Jan Man Janan Man”, which was pictured on Nazan in the movie Hill Chal, became very popular.

When Shoaib Mansoor made “For God’s Sake” in 2007, he chose Naseeruddin Shah from India for a very important and unique role in it. Naseer-ud-Din Shah played a very good role in the court scenes of the film, later he was also cast in an important role in the film “Zinda Bhaag”. He was also involved in the film Jeevan Hathi.

In 2016, Nabil Qureshi introduced Om Puri, an Indian artist known for his brilliant and unique work “Ektron Law”, as an honest father of Fahad Mustafa as a lawyer in principle. Om Puri did full justice to his character. “Actor In Law” was a lockbuster at the box office. In addition, the list of artists working in Pakistani films is very long, including Geeta Kumari, Rozina, Nottinghamani Fonsega, Sohail Khan. The names of Santra, Faiza Kamal, Aditi Singh, Shivina Tewari, Johnny Lever, Rishi Kapoor, Smirnics, etc. Received the honor of playing the role of Muhammad Ali Jinnah.

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