Mohammad Ali, who the state referred to as Shahenshah-e-Jazbaat (The Emperor of Emotions) is being remembered on his fifth death anniversary these days.
Mohammad Ali was born to a non secular family in Rampur, British India on November ten, 1938. Muhammad Ali began his skilled career from Radio Pakistan Hyderabad and his debut film was “Charagh Jalta Raha” (1962).
“Shararat” (1964) was another widespread film by him. Muhammad Ali performed an unforgettable role in “Aag Ka Darya.”
He acted in over three hundred movies together with some Punjabi films and worked with Zeba, Shamim Ara and different outstanding actors of the time. He was a flexible actor and played negative also as character actor roles successfully.
He married Zeba, a outstanding film heroin of her time. Ali was a cardiac patient and underwent 2 surgeries.
He is widely thought of to be the foremost dramatic performer that the Pakistani film trade has ever had and was conferred Pride of Performance on Mohammad Ali in 1984 in recognition of his life-long services to the entertainment trade of Pakistan and subsequently became the sole actor who was awarded by Tamgha-e-Imtiaz.