Babar Ali

Babar Ali (Artist)

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Babar Ali is well-known Pakistani film and television actor has been playing role in the media arena for a long time. He is considered one of the leading film actor in the Lollywood film industry. Ali comes to the timeline around the showbiz arena when he appeared in the movie ‘Yeh Dil Aap Ka Huwa’. The actor strongly established his name in the media arena.[1] Babar Ali is well-known Pakistani film Alongside Shaan, he is one of the best actors of the Pakistani movie industry.

Title Description
Personal
Name: Babar Ali
In Urdu : بابر علی
Famous As: Actor
Also known as: Bali from Landa bazar
Nationality: Pakistan
Residence: Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan
Education: Graduate
Religion: Islam
Profession: Actor & TV Host
Debut movie: Jeeva
Debut drama: Landa Bazar
Height: 5 feet 4 inches
Weight: 66 kg
Awards : Lux Style Award for Best TV Actor (Terrestrial) , Lux Style Award for Best Actor (Film)
Born
Date: 30 June 1975
Age : 42
Place: Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan
Family
Marital Status: Married
Career
Occupation(s): Actor & TV Host
Years active : 1995–present
Zodiac sign : Cancer
Hit Films: Abhi Abhi To Aye Ho, Shararat, Larki Punjaban, Yeh Dil Aap Ka Huwa, Khoey Ho Tum Kahan, Aqabon Ka Nashiman, Chor Machay Shor
Genres: ~
Hair Color: Black
Eye Color: Brown


About

Babar Ali with Ahsan Khan

Babar Ali with Ahsan Khan

Early Life

Babar Ali old photo

Babar Ali old photo

Babar Ali was born on June 30, 1975, in Karachi, Pakistan. He was so much passionate about Lollywood showbiz industry from early childhood. Babar Ali started career journey when he was 20 years old in showbiz arena and turned himself into a successful actor.He rose to fame with performances in movies such as Abhi Abhi To Aye Ho, Shararat, Larki Punjaban and Yeh Dil Aapka Huwa. Alongside Shaan, he is one of the best actors of the Pakistani movie industry.[2] Babar Ali was born on June 30, 1975

Career

Babar Ali gave many picture in Lollywood

Babar Ali gave many picture in Lollywood

Babar Ali kicked off the career journey appearing on the small screen. He made his film debut with the movie ‘Jeeva’ in 1995 with the co-actress Resham directed by Syed Noor. In the same year, he appeared in the movie ‘Sarak’ and showed off super performance. In 1998, the actor appeared in the movie ‘Insaf Ho To Aisa’ with Reema Khan and Shaan Shahid. Following the year, Babar appeared in the Bollywood film ‘Mujhe Jeene Do’ with Sunil Dutt. In 2000, he starred in the movie ‘Ghar Kab Aao Gay’ with co-actor Javed Sheikh. Babar showed off terrific acting performance in the movie ‘Yeh Dil Aap Ka Huwa’ with co-actress Veena Malik in 2002. Following the year, he acted in the blockbuster movie ‘Larki Punjaban’ with co-actress Saima Noor. The movie was so successful in the box office and the actor got positive acclamation from the critics and audience.[3] Babar Ali kicked off the career journey

Historical dramas

Babar Ali

Babar Ali

He showed off wonderful performance in the historical drama ‘Labbaik’ where the actor played role Muslim Arab soldier ‘Mohammad Bin Qasim’. Following he appeared in another historical drama ‘Babar’ where he played role Humayon.Then he appeared in the movie ‘Gulabo’ with co-artists Shaan, Saima, and Resham. Babar acted in the movie ‘Bhai Log’ with Noor Bukhari. Then he appeared in the movie ‘Son of Pakistan’ with co-artists Meera and Sana Nawaz. [4] He showed off wonderful performance

Filmography

  • Hit Films
 Years  Films
 1995  Jeeva
 1995  JO Dar Gaya Wo Mar Gaya
 1995  Sarak
 1996  Miss Istambol
 1996  Lakht e Jigar
 1995  Munda Bigra Jaye
 1997  Khuda Janey
 1997  Raja Pakistani
 2003  Larki Punjaban
 2010  Channa Sachi Muchi
 2011  Bhai Log
 TBA  Meri Jaan

Television host Daramas

Babar Ali live at tv programe

Babar Ali live at tv programe

 Years  Dramas Channel   Role
 2002  Landa Bazar (TV series)  PTV Home  Bali/Iqbal
 2010  Chunri (Drama Serial)  PTV Home  Tufail
 2012  Ek Nazar Meri Taraf  Geo TV  
 2012  Mil Ke Bhi Hum Na Mile  Geo TV
 2014 Ooas   PTV Home  
 2016  Wafa (Geo Tv)  Geo TV  Daniyal
 2017  Rani (Geo TV)  Geo TV  Shah Murad
 2017  Laal Ishq (APlus)  APlus  Bali/Iqbal

Telefilms

He has also worked in telefilms and has also acted in a handful of Sindhi films as well. Babar has also featured in several music videos. However, his mvoies are still considered to be some of the best in the Pakistani media, and with hits like Munda Bigra Jaye, Jeeva, Jo Darr Gaya Woh Marr Gaya, Mamla Garbar Hai, Chor Machaye Shor and Uss Par, it's easy to see why.[5] He has also worked in telefilms and has

Sequal to Landa Bazaar Lal Ishq

Babar Ali

Babar Ali

‘Lal Ishq’  the much-awaited sequel to the iconic TV drama Landa Bazaar (which premiered exactly 15 years ago.Both the original and its sequel are written by celebrated writer Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar and directed by Dilawar Malik. Landa Bazaar was notable for the debut in a TV serial for now superstar Ali Zafar (who earlier had acted in the play Kollege Jeans) and included a star cast comprising  Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar as Hakum Mubarak Babar Ali as Baali Farah Shah as Zohra and a supporting cast including  Firdous Jamal,  Shafqat Cheema,  Seemi Raheel , Waseem Abbas, Tauqeer Nasir, Urooj Nasir, Jana Malik, Kashif Mehmood , Mehmood Aslam, Sohail Umer  and  Khalid Butt.Landa Bazaar centred around a young man named Baali (Babar Ali), and his struggle to live and survive in a world of crime and corruption whilst also trying to build a relationship with his fiancée, Zohra (Farah Shah). Fifteen years later in Lal Ishq, Babar Ali reprises his role as Baali who is now even more embroiled in the underworld of crime. Most of the original cast will also reappear as their original characters except Farah Shah as Zohra whose role was terminated in the original.[6] Fifteen years later

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