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Syed Suleman (film director)

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Syed Suleman
Syed Suleman
Born
NationalityPakistani
OccupationFilm director
Spouse(s)Zareen Suleman (Panna)

Syed Suleman (S. Suleman) born 29 December 1938 in Hyderabad, British India[1] was a Pakistani film and television director of the 'golden age' of Pakistan's film industry (also known as Lollywood.) He belonged to a well-educated family from Lahore, British India. His brothers Darpan and Santosh Kumar were renowned Pakistani actors of the 1950s and 60s and often starred as principal actors in his films. He was married to Pakistani dancer Zareen Suleman, better known by her stage name 'Panna.' [2]

Syed Suleman started his directorial career with the film Gulfaam (1961)[3] a hit in the Pakistani film industry and went on to direct over 40 films during his career many of which became hits in Pakistani cinema. Notable films include: Aag (1967), Gulfam (1961), Anari (1975) Lori (1966), Baji (1963) and Aaj aur Kal (1976.)[4] His film Baji (1963) won five Nigar awards including best film and his film Aaj aur Kal (1976) won him best director in 1976.[5] [6] S. Suleman's last film was Very good Duniya, very bad loag (1997) which did not fare well in the box office after which he went on to direct drama series on television in Karachi. [7]

Filmography[edit | edit source]

Director[8]

  • 1. 1958: Mukhra (Punjabi)
  • 2. 1961: Gulfam (Urdu)
  • 3. 1963: Baji (Urdu)
  • 4. 1963: Mehndi Walay Hath (Punjabi)
  • 5. 1963: Tangay Wala (Urdu)
  • 6. 1965: Tamasha (Urdu)
  • 7. 1966: Tasvir (Urdu)
  • 8. 1966: Lori (Urdu)
  • 9. 1967: Aag (Urdu)
  • 10. 1968: Yaar Dost (Punjabi)
  • 11. 1969: Piya Millan Ki Aas (Urdu)
  • 12. 1969: Jaisay Jantay Nahin (Urdu)
  • 13. 1969: Baharen Phir Bhi Ayen Gi (Urdu)
  • 14. 1970: Be-Wafa (Urdu)
  • 15. 1970: Mohabbat Rang Laye Gi (Urdu)
  • 16. 1970: Ek Phool Ek Pathar (Urdu)
  • 17. 1971: Teri Soorat Meri Ankhen (Urdu)
  • 18. 1972: Ilzam (Urdu)
  • 19. 1972: Mohabbat (Urdu)
  • 20. 1972: Sabaq (Urdu)
  • 21. 1973: Society (Urdu)
  • 22. 1973: Tera Gham Rahay Salamat (Urdu)
  • 23. 1973: Baharon Ki Manzil (Urdu)[9]
  • 24. 1974: Intezar (Urdu)
  • 25. 1974: Miss Hippy (Urdu)
  • 26. 1974: Bhool (Urdu)
  • 27. 1975: Zeenat (Urdu)
  • 28. 1975: Gumrah (Urdu)
  • 29. 1975: Anari (Urdu)
  • 30. 1975: Shararat (Urdu)
  • 31. 1975: Zanjeer (Urdu)
  • 32. 1976: Mom Ki Guriya (Urdu)
  • 33. 1976: Aaj Aur Kal (Urdu)
  • 34. 1976: Tallaq (Urdu)
  • 35. 1976: Insaniyat (Urdu)
  • 36. 1977: Uff Yeh Bivian (Urdu)
  • 37. 1977: Meray Huzoor (Urdu)
  • 38. 1977: Pyar Ka Waada (Urdu)
  • 39. 1978: Aag Aur Zindagi (Urdu)
  • 40. 1978: Abhi To Main Jawan Hun (Urdu)
  • 41. 1978: Prince (Urdu)
  • 42. 1979: Nazr-E-Karm (Urdu)
  • 43. 1980: Hey Yeh Shohar (Urdu)
  • 44. 1981: Manzil (Urdu)
  • 45. 1981: Dil Ek Khilona (Urdu)
  • 46. 1982: Teray Bina Kya Jeena (Urdu)
  • 47. 1987: 7 Sahelian (Urdu)
  • 48. 1987: Love In London (Urdu)
  • 49. 1998: Very Good Dunya Very Bad Log (Urdu)

Awards[edit | edit source]

  • Nigar Award for Best Director in 1976[10]
  • Five Nigar awards for film Baji (1963)[11]

References[edit | edit source]


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