14 June 1954
|Children||Mahir Ali, Maseeha Ali|
|Parent(s)|| Mehmood Ali |
|Relatives||See Ali-Amrohi family|
Pucky Ali (born Masood Ali) is a former Indian film actor. He is the eldest son of India's ace comedian Mehmood Ali and elder brother of singer Lucky Ali.
Ali is the first of the eight children of the popular Bollywood actor, Mehmood. His mother Mahelaka, was part Bengali and part Pathan, the sister of the popular Indian actress of the 1960s – Meena Kumari. The Bollywood actress and dancer, Minoo Mumtaz, is his paternal aunt. Masood has two children, Mahir and Maseeha. Ali retired from the film industry due to disinterest and currently resides in Bengaluru, Karnataka.
Pucky Ali acted in the 1978 movie Ek Baap Chhe Bete , starring his father along with all his brothers and Hamare Tumhare , which was also the debut movie for Anil Kapoor in 1979.He played the role of AK Hangal's son "Anwar" in the 1982 movie Khud-Daar , credited as "Ali Masood".
Shammi Kapoor was an Indian film actor and director. He was a prominent lead actor in Hindi cinema from the mid 1950s until the early 1970s. He received the Filmfare Best Actor Award in 1968 for his performance in Brahmachari and Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor for Vidhaata in 1982. He is widely hailed as one of the most entertaining and successful actors of Indian cinema.
Maqsood Mahmood Ali, better known as Lucky Ali, is an Indian singer, songwriter and actor. With several popular singles and albums, he emerged as a significant figure of Indipop during the 1990s.
Mehmood Ali, popularly known simply as Mehmood, was an Indian actor, singer, director and producer best known for playing comic roles in Hindi films.
Pyaasa is a 1957 Indian romance–drama film produced and directed by Guru Dutt, dialogue written by Abrar Alvi, and starring Dutt with Waheeda Rehman and Mala Sinha in the lead. Set in Calcutta, West Bengal, the film tells the story of Vijay, an idealistic, struggling poet trying to make his works known in post-independence India, and Gulabo, a prostitute with a heart of gold, who helps him to try and get his poems published. The music was composed by S.D. Burman and lyrics penned by Sahir Ludhianvi. Pyaasa was a huge commercial success and is widely considered one of the best Indian films.
Feroz Khan, born Zulfiqar Ali Shah Khan, was an Indian actor, film editor, producer and director, who is best known for his work in hindi cinema. He appeared in over 60 films throughout his career, and became one of Bollywood's popular style icons. Khan is best known for his roles in films such as Aurat (1967), Safar (1970), Mela (1971), Upaasna (1971), Apradh (1972), Khotte Sikkay (1974), Kala Sona (1975), Dharmatma (1975), and Qurbani (1980). He also directed and acted in films such as Janbaaz (1986), Dayavan (1988), Meet Mere Man Ke (1991), Yalgaar (1992), Prem Aggan (1998), Janasheen (2003) 'Feroz Khan was an Indian style icon' R G Vijayasarathy in Bengaluru, Rediff.com, 27 April 2009.</ref> He won the Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award for Aadmi Aur Insaan in 1970, and was honoured with the Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award in 2000.
Khud-Daar (transl. Self-Respecting) is a 1982 Indian Hindi action film directed by Ravi Tandon. The music is by Rajesh Roshan and the lyrics by Majrooh Sultanpuri. The film stars Amitabh Bachchan, Sanjeev Kumar, Parveen Babi, Vinod Mehra, Prem Chopra, Mehmood, Bindiya Goswami and Tanuja in pivotal roles. It was remade in Tamil as Padikkadhavan and in Telugu as Driver Babu.
Kunwara Baap is a 1974 Hindi film produced by Amarlal Chabria and directed by and starring Mehmood. The film also stars Bharathi, and Vinod Mehra. Based on Charlie Chaplin's The Kid (1921), it is a film with a serious message about polio vaccination. However, Mehmood did some comedy scenes in the film to earn a Filmfare nomination as Best Comic, the only nomination for the film. Rajesh Roshan makes his debut as a film composer. The hijra song "Saj Rahi Gali" sung by Mohammed Rafi topped the annual Binaca Geet Mala, which was the only countdown show at the time. This film was Tamil actress Manorama's only film in Hindi, however, her lines consisted of some Tamil.
Dushman Duniya Ka is a 1996 Hindi-language drama film, produced by Ashok Mishra, Babubhai, Masoom Ali under the Canmore Cinema banner and directed by Mehmood. It stars Jeetendra, Sumalatha, Manzoor Ali, Laila Mehdin while Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan have given special appearances and the music was composed by Anu Malik. The film is a debut to Laila Mehdin and Manzoor Ali.
Ek Baap Chhe Bete is a 1978 Bollywood film directed by Mehmood. The film stars Yogeeta Bali.
Jhoola (transl. Swing) is a 1941 Indian Hindi-language film directed by Gyan Mukherjee. It was produced by Sashadhar Mukherjee under the banner of Bombay Talkies. The film starred Leela Chitnis, Ashok Kumar, Shah Nawaz, V.H.Desai, Mumtaz Ali, Karuna Devi, Shahzadi, Rajkumari Shukla, Minoo Cooper, M.A.Aziz, and Master Laxman. The music was composed by Saraswati Devi with lyrics by Kavi Pradeep. The film was remade in Telugu as Uyyala Jampala (1965).
Mumtaz Ali was an Indian dancer and character actor in Hindi cinema from the 1940s to 1970s. He was the father of Indian actor Mehmood. He also had his own dance troupe "Mumtaz Ali Nites" which performed all over India. His career slumped due to his excessive drinking and his family fell into hard times, leading to his son Mehmood to work as a child artist and daughter Minoo Mumtaz to work as dancer in his stage shows and later in movies.
Mehmood Ali, popularly known simply as Mehmood, was an Indian actor, director and producer best known for playing comic roles in Hindi films. During his career of more than four decades, he worked in over 300 films. He has played many unforgettable roles in movies of 70's & 80's decade.
Minoo Mumtaz is a former Indian film actress. She is the sister of India's ace comedian Mehmood Ali and is part of the Mehmood Ali film family. Minoo Mumtaz appeared in many Hindi films of the 1950s and 1960s, mostly as a dancer and character actress.
Anwar Ali is an Indian film producer and actor. He is the younger brother of India's ace comedian Mehmood Ali. Ali started his career as an actor, starred in many movies in the era of 70's before he turned producer.
Ruslaan Mumtaz is an Indian film and television actor. He made his Bollywood debut in 2007 with MP3: Mera Pehla Pehla Pyaar. In 2013, he made his television debut with the role of Dhruv in Kehta Hai Dil Jee Le Zara. In 2019, he appeared in Season 3 of the web series A.I.SHA My Virtual Girlfriend as Sam, a genius coder responsible for creating the world's most advanced artificially intelligent simulated humanoid assistant.
K. Amarnath was one of the earliest film makers of Indian Cinema. His career as a movie producer and director spanned over four decades in the film industry.
The term Khans of Bollywood refers to several actors of Bollywood, the Mumbai-based Hindi language Indian film industry, whose surnames are Khan. Most commonly, this involves the Three Khans: Aamir Khan, Shahrukh Khan and Salman Khan. The three are unrelated, but happen to share the same surname, were all born in 1965, and, due to their longevity and high popularity, are considered as the most successful movie stars in the history of Indian cinema.
Mr. Lambu is a 1956 Indian Hindi-language Bollywood movie. The plot revolves around the once popular genre of Rakhi relations, a bond between brother and sister. It stars Suraiya, one of the most popular actresses and singers of the Indian subcontinent of her generation. In the film, Lata Mangeshkar, one of the most respected playback singers in India, sings a solo composed by the award-winning director of cinematic music, Indian composer O. P. Nayyar.
Macky Ali was an Indian film actor. He was the third son of India's ace comedian Mehmood Ali and younger brother of singer Lucky Ali.