Film director, producer
|Real name||Altaf Hussain|
|First film||Panchhi Tay Pardesi (Punjabi - 1969)|
|Profession||Film director, producer, actor|
Altaf Hussain was one of the most productive film director in Pakistan. He was a disciple of the legendary film director Anwar Kemal Pasha and assisted renowned film director M. Akram in film Chann 14vin da in 1968. His first film as director was Panchhi tay Pardesi in 1969. He created a unique record, when after 20 consecutive flopped films, his first hit film became Athra Puttar in 1981. Same year, his all time best film Sala Sahab was released, which ran for more than two years in Lahore's cinemas. Sahab Jee (1983) was another diamond jubilee super hit film on his credit. Qudrat, Lawaris (1983), Dhee Rani, Mehndi (1985), Nageena (1990), Rani Beti Raj Karay gi (1994) were some of his other big films.
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