Film director

Rasheed Dogar

He was a film director of bold and vulgar subjects
Rasheed Dogar - Film director - He was a film director of bold and vulgar subjects

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First film ? ( - 0)
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Life - 30-07-2012
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Language Punjabi
Profession Film making

Famous film director Rasheed Dogar was among the five people who were burnt alive when a fire erupted in Koh-e-Noor TV channel studios during its Sehri transmission at Garhi Shahu, Lahore on Monday July 30, 2012.

Rasheed Dogar directed 19 movies, Jeera Sher (1982) was his first film as director. He was known for some very bold and vulgar movies like Saturday Night Special (2005), Madam X, Husn Parast (2009) etc..

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