Badar Munir (Actor/Actress)

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Badar Munir, a film actor popular during the 1970s and '80s. He had acted in 416 Pushto, Urdu and Punjabi films during a career spanning three decades.
  • Personal
  • Name:

    Badar Munir

  • In Urdu:

    بدر منیر

  • Famous As:

    Pashtoon actor

  • Nationality:

    Pakistani

  • Education:

    Basic elementary education from Karachi

  • Religion:

    Islam

  • Profession:

    Acting

  • Born
  • Date:

    1 January 1940

  • Zodiac:

    Capricorn

  • Place:

    Madyan, Swat State, British India (now in Swat, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan)

  • Family
  • Ethnicity:

    Pashtoon

  • Children:

    Badar Munir has five sons and five daughters.

  • Relatives:

    His elder son Syed Munir also worked in Pashto films Da Qudrat Shan, Sa Ba Yad sati, and Zoai da badmash.

  • Died
  • Date:

    11 October 2008

  • Aged:

    68 years

  • Rest Place:

    Lahore, Pakistan

  • Career
  • Occupation(s):

    Action

  • Serial & Movies
  • Name:

    Yousuf Khan Sher Bano, Dulhan Aik Rat Ki, Haseena Atom Bomb,

  • Professional Work
  • Years Active:

    1970

  • Debut Film:

    Yousuf Khan Sher Bano

  • Famous Acts:

    Daagh, Dulhan Aik rat ki

  • TV acts:

    Alpha, Bravo, Charlie

Biography

Badar Munir
Badar Munir
Badar Munir was raised with a religious background in Swat. He completed his basic elementary school education there and then came to Karachi. Before joining films, Badar Munir used to drive Rikshaw on Karachi streets. Then he got a job as a lighting technician on actor Waheed Murad's recommendation in a Karachi film studio.  [1] bio

Entry into films

He was introduced by Waheed Murad to the film industry in 1970. His first movie was Yousaf Khan Sherbano, with Yasmin Khan as heroine.This Pashto language film was the first film of Pakistan film industry in this language in 1970. In 2016, city of Karachi has the largest urban population of Pashto-speaking people in the world, larger than even in Peshawar, Kabul, Quetta and Kandahar. [2] Entry

Family

Clik from a movie
Clik from a movie
Badar Munir has five sons and five daughters. His elder son Syed Munir also worked in Pashto films Da Qudrat Shan, Sa Ba Yad sati, and Zoai da badmash.  [3] family

Death

On Oct 11 Badar Munir, a film actor popular during the 1970s and '80s, died in Lahore . He was 70. He had acted in 416 Pushto, Urdu and Punjabi films during a career spanning three decades. He had been suffering from kidney and diabetes problems for the past five years. A few years ago, he had suffered a paralysis attack. He was hospitalised  after a heart attack, but died later. [4] death

Filmography

YearFilmLanguage
1968Jahan tum wahan humUrdu
1970Yousuf Khan Sher BanoPashto
1972Jahan Baraf Girti HaiUrdu
1973OrbalPashto
1974DedanPashto
1974Khana BadoshPashto
1975Dulhan Aik Raat KiUrdu
1976Nawye de ywe shpePashto
1978Jan Ki BaaziUrdu
1979General Bakht Khan Urdu
1981DaaghPashto
1982Da gaz da maydanPashto
1983Nimgarai aarrmanPashto
1984ShponkaiPashto
1984Khan DekanPunjabi
1984Topak zama kanonPashto
1985YaranaPashto
1985AuladPashto
1985Qalam ao klashinkoopPashto
1986ShakUrdu
1990Haseena Atom BombUrdu
1991Dushman KakaPashto
1994SarangaPashto
1995GoorkunPashto
1997Deewane Tere Pyar KeUrdu
2000Tere Pyar MeinUrdu
2001MusalmanUrdu
2001PathanUrdu
2003Body GuardPashto
2003AmanatPashto
2008MusafarPashto

Television

  •  Alpha Bravo Charlie(1998)


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