Supporting actor

Mohammad Hanif Azad

He was an actor and driver of Qaid-e-Azam
Mohammad Hanif Azad - Supporting actor - He was an actor and driver of Qaid-e-Azam
Some facts about Mohammad Hanif Azad
Real name Mohammad Hanif Qureshi
First film Sachai (Urdu - 1949)
Active career
Life 16-10-1916 - 12-09-1986
Born at Delhi, India
Language Urdu
Profession Acting
Relations

Mohammad Hanif Azad was a useful supporting actor who appeared in almost hundred movies from Sachai (1949) till Bengkok Kay Chor (1986). The special thing with him was that before becoming an actor, he was chauffeur of the creator of Pakistan Qaid-e-Azam Mohamamd Ali Jinnah from 1935-40.

Azad's worked in some movies before partition, his famous movies in Pakistan were 2 Aansoo (1950), Dopatta (1952), Gulnar (1953), Qatil (1955), Touheed (1958) etc.

Mohammad Hanif Azad, real name Mohammad Hanif Qureshi, was born on October 16, 1916 in Delhi and died on September 12, 1986 in Karachi.





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