Babra Sharif

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On September 19, 2009

Model turned actress Babra Sharif was born in Lahore in 1951. Her first public appearance was in a short television commercial for Jet washing Powder. Soon she became known as the ‘Jet girl̵

Andaleeb

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On September 19, 2009

In the midst of stars, Pakistani cinema in the ’60s and the 70s was wonderful enough to bring on noticeable young faces, which enchanted people all over the country. Nasira, Tarannum, Tamanna, S

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Aasiya

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On September 19, 2009
Lovely and versatile Aasiya began her career just before the advent of the 1970s, when Pakistan already had some very powerful performers like Zeba, Shamim Ara, Deeba, Rani and Rozina. Nisho, Sangeeta and Aasiya joined the ranks almost at the same time. Aasiya had a couple of good movies in the early phase, when she […]

Kamal

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On September 19, 2009

Born as Syed Kamal in Meerath, India on April 27, 1937, Kamal belonged to an Afghan family that migrated to India in the 1850s. He was not only tall, fair and handsome, but also bore an uncanny resemb

Jamila Razzaq

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On September 19, 2009

Cinematic appeal is a thing of wonder. Very ordinary faces become sliver screen icons on the right exposure, and there are also those who are too cute for words, but never, dazzle the screen with thei

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Iqbal Shehzad

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On September 19, 2009
Amongst those who made a huge difference with new ideas and new angles, Iqbal Shehzad should stand prominently in our star cast of the 60s. Iqbal is the brother of two star cricketers of our country, Waqar Hasan and Parvez Sajjad, but his field of action was not the 22-yards pitch. He was, basically, a […]
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