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April 27, 1934|
Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, British India
|Died||October 1, 2009
Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan
|Occupation||Actor, producer, director|
Kamal was a popular film star of in the 1960s and the 1970s. Kamal, whose film Tauba became a success, has a striking resemblance with the Indian filmstar Raj Kapoor, and he is not evasive about this issue. He said once, "People used to mistake me for Raj Kapoor while I was in Bombay."
After retirement from films, he began acting in TV dramas at fairly advanced age. His most notable TV appearance is in hit TV drama Kashkol in which he played a wealthy businessman whose son (played by his real life son, Ghalib Kamal) becomes addicted to heroin.
Kamal died on October 1, 2009 at Karachi after lingering illness. He was 75.
The following films were directed by Kamal:
- "Shehnai" (Kamal-Deepa)
- "Insaan aur gadha" (Kamal-Nisho-Rozina)
- "Yahan say wahan tak" (Kamal-Mumtaz)
- "Honey moon" (Kamal-Husna-Rozina)
- "Roop Behroop" (producer-director-actor Kamal opposite Nisho)
- "Doosri maan" (Kamal-Shamim Ara)
- "Meray bacchay meri Aankhein" (Kamal-Deeba)
- "Dard-e-dil" (Kamal-Zeba)
- "Aaliya" (Kamal-Shamim Ara)
- "Famous actor Syed Kamal passes away- Koolstars.com News". Retrieved October 2, 2009.
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