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Ismail Shah
BornIsmail Shah
(1962-05-22)May 22, 1962
Pishin, Baluchistan, Pakistan
Died29 October 1992(1992-10-29) (aged 30)
ResidenceLahore, Punjab, Pakistan
NationalityPakistani
OccupationActor
Years active  1975–1992
TelevisionPTV and Lollywood[1]

Ismail Shah (22 May 1962 – 29 October 1992) was a Pakistani film and drama actor. He was very popular as a dancing hero but died in very early age by heart attack. In a film career, Ismail Shah was introduced in film Baghi Qaidi in 1986 which did well on box office. Spanning almost six years in his very short film career, he was seen in almost six dozens Urdu, Punjabi and Pashto movies. Love in Nepal, Dulari, Lawa, Nachay Nagin (1987), Bardasht, Mukhra (1988), Hoshiar, Jurrat, Hifazat (1990), Kalay Chor (1991), Chahat (1992) etc, were some of his big movies.

In addition to his film acting career, Ismail Shah was a popular drama actor as well. He got fame from PTV drama serial Shaheen in the beginning of the 1980s.[1][2]

Early life and background[edit | edit source]

Ismail Shah was born on May 22, 1962 in Pishin, Baluchistan. [1]

Career[edit | edit source]

Ismail Shah was introduced in film Baghi Qaidi in 1986 which did well on box office. He got fame from PTV drama serial Shaheen in the beginning of the 1980s. Love in Nepal, Dulari, Lawa, Nachay Nagin (1987), Bardasht, Mukhra (1988), Hoshiar, Jurrat, Hifazat (1990), Kalay Chor (1991), Chahat (1992) etc, were some of his big movies. [1]

Death[edit | edit source]

Ismail Shah was died at a very young age by heart attack on October 29, 1992. [1]

Filmography[edit | edit source]

Year Title Language Cast Notes
1986 Baghi Qaidi[2] Urdu Lubna Khatak, Ismail Shah
1987 Iqrar[2] Urdu Durdana Rehman, Ismail Shah
1987 Lady Smuggler[2] Urdu Babra Sharif, Ismail Shah
1987 Love in Nepal[2] Urdu Shabnam, Ismail Shah
1987 Meri Awaz[2] Urdu Nadira, Ismail Shah
1987 Sonay ki talash[2] Urdu Faiza Kamal, Ismail Shah
1988 Bashira in trouble[2] Punjabi Khanum, Ismail Shah
1988 Dushman dada[2] Pashto Naseem, Ismail Shah
1988 Maa bani dulhan[2] Urdu Babra Sharif, Ismail Shah
1988 Masoom gawah[2] Urdu Neeli, Ismail Shah
1989 Badshah[2] Punjabi Kaveeta, Ismail Shah
1989 Dushan dada[2] Punjabi Sultan Rahi, Babra Sharif, Ismail Shah
1989 Josheela Dushman[2] Punjabi Sobia, Ismail Shah
1989 Karmu Dada[2] Punjabi Neeli, Ismail Shah
1989 Miss Allah Rakhi[2] Punjabi Nadira, Ismail Shah
1989 Karaye ke Qatil[2] Urdu Babra Sharif, Ismail Shah, Mohammad Ali (actor) and Deeba
1990 Choran di Rani[2] Punjabi Neeli, Sultan Rahi and Ismail Shah
1990 Hifazat[2] Punjabi Nadira, Sultan Rahi and Ismail Shah
1990 Kali[2] Urdu Babra Sharif, Ismail Shah
1990 Khatarnaak[2] Punjabi Saima Noor, Sultan Rahi and Ismail Shah
1990 Tezaab[2] Punjabi / Urdu Gori, Ismail Shah
1991 Da Jurmu nu Badshah[2] Pashto Neeli, Ismail Shah
1991 Jaadugarni[2] Punjabi Nadira, Ismail Shah
1991 Piyar aur Paisa[2] Urdu Neeli, Ismail Shah
1991 Wardatia[2] Punjabi Madiha Shah, Albela (actor) and Ismail Shah
1992 Consular[2] Punjabi Babra Sharif, Ismail Shah
1992 Dosti[2] Punjabi / Urdu Neeli, Ismail Shah
1992 Jeena Chahti Hun[2] Urdu Madiha Shah, Ismail Shah
1992 Chahat[2] Punjabi / Urdu Reema Khan, Shaan Shahid, Nadeem Baig (actor) and Ismail Shah
1992 Aadil[2] Punjabi / Urdu Nadira, Ghulam Mohiuddin (actor) and Ismail Shah
1992 Jameela[2] Punjabi / Urdu Madiha Shah and ismail Shah

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