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Veteran actor, comedian Ismail Tara passes away

Veteran actor and comedian Ismail Tala died on Thursday at the age of 73. He is best known for the classic film The Fifties, which aired on PTV in the 1980s. Since 1963 he has played various roles on stage, film and television. When original screenwriter Anwar Maqsood reportedly had a dispute with the hit show’s director and cast in 1981, Ismail Tara ended up writing some scripts for the hit TV show Fifty Fifty with his colleague Majid Jehangir, according to reports. He won the Best Comedian Award in Nigal five times in Haathi Mere Saathi (1993), Aakhri Mujra (1994), Munda Bigra Jaye (1995), Chief Sahib (1996) and Deewarein (1998). ).

Ismail Tara is a Pakistani actor and comedian. He has appeared in many stage plays, television and Hollywood movies. He won the Best Comedian Award in Nigal five times in Haathi Mere Saathi (1993), Aakhri Mujra (1994), Munda Bigra Jaye (1995), Chief Sahib (1996) and Deewarein (1998). He is best known for his best work in The Fifties, which aired on PTV in the 1980s. Passed away in Karachi on November 24, 2022. Ismail Tara has been in the film and television industry since 1964. He has also worked in stage plays and television. Eventually, when original screenwriter Anwar Maqsood had a dispute with the hit show’s director and cast in 1981, he wrote some scripts for the hit TV show “Fifty Fifty” alongside TV comedian Majid Jehangir.

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