|First film||Shahida (Urdu - 1949)|
|Born at||Dehradun, India|
Urdu film Shahida (1949) was his first film in Pakistan, which celebrated silver jubilees in Delhi and Lucknow.
Hamaliawala was in leading role in Pakistan's first silver jubilee Urdu film 2 Aansoo in 1950. He was main villain actor in the most of 1950s movies. He played the Akbar The Great role in musical film Anar Kali in 1958. His other famous moves were Kundan (1950) Chan Way (1951), Ghulam (1953), Gumnam, Ruhi (1954), Shoni (1955),Qatil (1955), Sarfarosh (1956), Saat Lakh (1957), Gumrah, Naghma-e-Dil (1959), Farishta (1961), Watan (1960) and Azra (1962). He was seen in 33 movies, only two of them were in Punjabi language. His last film was Yahudi Ki Larki in 1963.
Hamaliawala was a veteran actor from the pre-partition movies. His first film was Kisi Ki Bivi in 1942. His another pre-partition movies were Mata (1942), Ankh Ki Sharm, Vishwas (1943), Qismatwala (1944), Humayun, Dharam (1945), Shahjahan, Jag Biti (1946), Elan, Samundron Ki Malika (1947) etc.
Hamaliawala's real name was Mohammad Afzal Khan. He got his screen name from Syed Shoukat Hussain Rizvi. He was born in Dehradun in Indian state of Uttar Pradesh in 1919. He was married to famous singer Amirbai Karnataki and then Begum Parveen. He died on January 1st, 1984.
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