Story and dialogue writer

Ibrahim Jalees

He was a famous story writer
Ibrahim Jalees - Story and dialogue writer - He was a famous story writer

Some facts about Ibrahim Jalees
Real name
First film Savera (Urdu - 1959)
Active career
Life 11-08-2022 - 26-10-1977
Born at Bangalore, India
Language
Profession Writting
Relations

Ibrahim Jalees was a story and dialouge writer in movies like Savera, Jaidad (1959), Lakhon Fasanay (1961), Raat kay Rahi (1960), Suhagan (1967), Anchal (1962), Ehsas (1972) and Ek Thi Larki (1973).

Basically, he was a journalist form Hyederabad Deccan and migrated to Pakistan after India occupied this Muslim state in September 1948. He became a famous humor writer and columns writer in newspapers like Jang, Imrooz, Huriyyat, Anjam and Musawat.

Ibrahim Jalees was born on August 11, 1924 in Banglore, India and died on October 26, 1977 in Karachi.

 





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