Film Comedian

Khalifa Nazir

Khalifa Nazir was a famous comedian from the 1960s..
Khalifa Nazir - Film Comedian - Khalifa Nazir was a famous comedian from the 1960s..
Some facts about Khalifa Nazir
Real name Nazir Ahmad
First film Khoon Ki Pyas (Urdu - 1963)
Active career
Life 30-11-1944 - 26-04-2005
Born at Lahore
Language Punjabi
Profession Acting
Relations Khalifa Saeed Ahmad, Khalifa Khursheed Ahmad (brothers)

He was introduced in film Khoon ki Pyas (1963) and got break through from film Zamindar (1966). He was third most popular Punjabi film comedian actor after Rangeela and Munawar Zarif. Some of his famous movies were Roti (1968), Mukhra Chann Warga and Dia aur Toofan (1969), Jind Jan (1970), Mastana Mahi (1971), Doulat aur Dunya (1972) etc.

Khalifa Nazir was producer of many big movies like Akbara (1967), Anwara (1970), Doulat aur Dunya (1972), Ghulam (1973) etc. He was first hero with Asiya in film Mastana (1973).

Khalifa Nazir died on April 26, 2005 at Lahore.

    Khalifa Nazir - خلیفہ نذیر ، پنجابی فلموں کے نامور مزاحیہ اداکار تھے۔

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