Film studio owner, producer

Bari Malik

Bari Malik passed away on December 22, 2015
Bari Malik - Film studio owner, producer - Bari Malik passed away on December 22, 2015

Some facts about Bari Malik
Real name Malik Ghulam Bari
Active career
Life - 22-12-2015
Born at
Language Punjabi
Profession Film making, studio owner
Relations Saloni and Najma (wives)

He was the owner of the biggest ever film studio - Bari Studio at Multan Road Lahore, which was built after the huge success of block buster Punjabi film Yakkay Wali in 1957. He was also responsible for the famous agitation by film personalities during the Jaal Movement in 1954.

Bari Malik produced five films, Mahi Munda (1956), Yakkay Wali, Sehti (1957), Yaar Beli (1959) and Doosri Shadi (1968).

Malik Ghulam Bari was married to two famous film heroines, Najma (film Hichkolay - 1949 - fame) and Saloni.

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