Babar Ali

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Babar Ali
Born (1975-06-30) June 30, 1975 (age 43)
Residence Karachi
Nationality Pakistani
Occupation Actor, TV Host
Known for Landa Bazar, Laal Ishq (TV series), Yeh Dil Aap Ka Huwa
Children 3

Babar Ali (born 1 May 1975) is a well-known Pakistani film and television actor. He started his career at an early age being 20 years old. Babar Ali was one of the first Lollywood actor with long hair and different talking style.

Career

Babar Ali began his career on television where he appeared as a young Muslim Arab soldier "Mohammad Bin Qasim" in the PTV historical costume drama "Labbaik". He then appeared in the historical drama "Babar" where he played Humayon, son of the Mughal emperor Babar.

Ali's first film appearance was in Jeeva, directed by Syed Noor. He went on to appear in other films such as Munda Bigra Jaye, Chor Machaye Shor, Khoey Ho Tum Kahan, Yeh Dil Aap Ka Huwa and Larki Punjaban. He starred as "Bali", the lead character in the 2002 PTV Drama Serial Landa Bazar (TV series). In 2017 Babar reprised his role as Bali (Iqbal) in the television serial Laal Ishq (TV series) which is an sequal drama serial to the original 2002 television serial drama Landa Bazar. Babar Ali has permanently left for United States after receiving threatening calls from unknown persons after a TV drama was aired.[1] [2]

Filmography

1995 Jeeva
Love 95
Jo Dar Gaya Wo Mar Gaya
Sarak
1996 Baazigar
Be Qabo
Miss Istambol
Lakht-e-Jigar
1995 Munda Bigra Jaye
1997 Qarz
Aqabon Ka Nisheman
Khuda Janey
Raja Pakistani
Dever Dewanay
1998 Zever
Dewarain
Dil Sambhala na jaye
Harjai
Dulha Lay Kar Jaoun Gi
Chor Machaye Shor
Insaf Ho To Aisa
1999 Kursi Aur Qanoon
Mujhe Jeene Do
2000 Ghar Kab Aao Gay
2001 Khoey Ho Tum Kahan
2002 Yeh Dil Aap Ka Huwa
2003 Larki Punjaban
2008 Gulabo
2010 Channa Sachi Muchi
2011 Bhai Log
Son of Pakistan
2017 Geo Sar Utha Kay
TBA Meri Jaan [3]

Dramas and television host

Year Drama Title Channel Role
2002 Landa Bazar (TV series) PTV Home Baali/Iqbal
2009 Mishaal
2010 Chunri Tufail
2011 Ek Nazar Meri Taraf Geo TV
2012 Mil Ke Bhi Hum Na Mile
Main PTV Home Baber
2014 Oas
2016 Wafa Geo TV Daniyal
2017 Kabhi Socha Na Tha Salman
Rani Shah Murad
Laal Ishq A-Plus TV Baali/Iqbal

Hosting

See also

References

  1. ^ "'Lal Ishq': A Must-Watch Pakistani Drama To Be Released Soon". April 11, 2017. Retrieved 2018-09-08.
  2. ^ "Laal Ishq: A journey of love". November 9, 2017. Retrieved 2018-09-08.
  3. ^ "Actor Babar Ali returns with new film 'Meri Jaan'". January 26, 2015. Retrieved 2018-09-08.

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