Facts on Nazrul Islam
|Real name ||Nazrul Islam|
|First film ||Millan (Bengali/Urdu double version - 1964)|
|Life ||19-08-1939 - 11-01-1994|
|Born at ||Calcutta, Kolkata India|
|Profession ||Film making|
Nazrul Islam was a legendary film director in Pakistani films. He was known for a record making film Aina (1977), which ran for more than four years in cinemas in Karachi.
As a film director, his other big films were Amber, Zindagi (1978), Bandish, Nahin Abhi Nahin (1980) and Kalay Chor (1991).
Nazrul Islam was basically a film editor, but he also appeared as an actor in films like Millan (1964), Nawab Sarajuddola (1967) and Jahan Bajay Shehnazi (1968).
Nazrul Islam was born in Calcutta (Kolkata, India) in 1939 and migrated to East Pakistan (Bangladesh) after partition. He made his film career in Dacca (Dhaka) but later moved to Karachi, Pakistan, where he lived until his death on January 11, 1994. He is buried in Lahore.