Ghulam Mohiuddin (actor)

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Ghulam Mohiuddin
غلام محی الدین
Born (1951-10-27) 27 October 1951 (age 70)
Other namesGullo Bhai
Occupation Actor
Years active1974 - present
ChildrenAli Mohiuddin (son)
Ayesha Kashif (daughter)
Mariam Mohiuddin (daughter)
Awards Pride of Performance (2020) [1]

Ghulam Mohiuddin (Punjabi, Urdu : غلام محی الدین); also spelled Ghulam Mohi-Ud-Din) (born 27 October 1951) is a Pakistani actor of Urdu and Punjabi films. [2]

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One of the country’s most popular film actors during the 70s and the 80s, he has worked in over 400 movies in Urdu and Punjabi during a career spanning nearly 50 years. [3]

He is popularly known as Gullo Bhai in the Pakistan film Industry. [1]

Career

He first worked in film Dil Walay in 1974 and then he worked in film Mera Naam Hai Mohabbat , released in 1975, was a blockbuster in Pakistan and China. The film was inspired by a Chinese folk story. His co-star was Babra Sharif, her first as a heroine. [1]

Since then, he has received several Nigar Awards, Lux Style Awards and a Pride of Performance Award by the President of Pakistan in 2020. [1]

Family

His son Ali Mohiuddin is also an actor, making his film debut in 2016 with Sawal 700 Crore Dollar Ka . [4] [5]

Selected filmography

Television series

YearTitleRoleNetwork
2012Koi Meray Dil Say PouchaySameer's father PTV
2015 Dilfareb Zain's father Geo TV
2015 Maikey Ko Dedo Sandes Maryam's father Geo Entertainment
2016 Izn-e-Rukhsat Sundus's father Geo TV
2017 Khudgarz Hassan's father ARY Digital
2018SodaiFariya's father Express Entertainment

Telefilm

YearTitleRole
2012ManoMano's father-in-law

Film

YearTitleRoleNotes
1974Dil Walay
1975 Mera Naam Hai Mohabbat [1]
Shararat (1975 film)Asif
1976 Society Girl Asif
1977Ishq Ishq [6]
1978 Awaz
1980Aag Aur Sholay
1981 Amanat
1987 Gernail Singh Ghulam Mohammad
1988Maula Baksh
Aag Hi Aag [7]
Haseena 420
1989Taqat Ka Toofan
Maula Sain [8]
Shaani
1990Hoshiar
Sholay-E-Sholay
Miss Cleopatra
International Guerillas
1991Zid
Sar Kata Insan
Kalay Chor Sher Jang
Cobra Inspector Arshad
Aalmi Jasoos
1992 Daku Raaj
Majhoo
Hasinon Ki Barat [9]
1994 Pajero Group Babar
Khandan
International Luteray
Buth Shikan
Saranga Mansoor [10]
Sarkata Insaan
1995 Mushkil
Madam Rani Aducet
Jungle Ka Qanoon
Jeeva [1] [11]
1997Qarz
Umar Mukhtar
2011 Son of Pakistan [1]
Khamosh Raho [1]
2013 Chambaili
2016 Sawal 700 Crore Dollar Ka [12] Ringo
2018 The Donkey King Badshah Khan

Awards and recognition

YearAwardCategoryResultTitleRef.
1975 Nigar Award Special AwardWon Mera Naam Hai Mohabbat [13]
1978 Nigar Award Special AwardWonMutthi Bhar Chawal [14]
1984 Nigar Award Best Supporting ActorWonLazawal [13]
1991 Nigar Award Best Supporting ActorWonZid [13]
1994 Nigar Award Best ActorWonSar Kata Insaan [13]
1997 Nigar Award Best Supporting ActorWonKarz [13]
2002 Nigar Award Lifetime Achievement AwardWonHimself [13]
2020 Pride of Performance Award by the President of Pakistan WonHimself [1]

See also

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