Abdul Wahid Nazari

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Abdul Wahid Nazari
Born (1953-02-25) February 25, 1953 (age 65)
Occupationfilm director, screenwriter and film producer

Abdul Wahid Nazari (Pashto: عبدالواحد نظري‎) is an Afghan film writer, director and producer. He is the director of Radio Television Afghanistan.[1]

Early life[edit]

Abdul Wahid was born to Mohammad Amin Nazari in 1954 in Kandahar, Afghanistan. He completed his high school from Rahman Baba High School in Kabul.[2]

Abdul Wahid was admitted in the Faculty of Law and Political science at Kabul University. A year later he received a scholarship to Bulgaria where he studied Cinema and Television. In 1982 he received a PhD and returned to Afghanistan.[2]

Soon after returning to Afghanistan in 1982, he started working as a TV director and than a movie director. In the meantime, he was appointed as the director of Afghan films and a professor at the Faculty of Arts in Kabul University.

In 2005 he was appointed as the head of Ariana Television and later the head of Shamshad Television.[2]

Works[edit]

Films or movies[edit]

  • Staso pa Hewad kay magar khar nasta
  • Dray Shpay De Yaw Zarawar Yaway Shpay Sakha
  • parwareshgah Watan (1983)
  • Lahza Ha (1984)
  • Armaan (1988)
  • Ka Ghoshchey (1988)
  • De Lmar Pa Lor (1992)
  • Afghanistan Bay La Shor Wayano Sakha, Documentary (1990)
  • De Konday Zoy (1991)
  • Gumrah (2002)
  • Hijrat (2004)

Comic publications[edit]

  • Agar Nadidey Bawar Kun (1997)
  • Gula Rasa Ka Yay Goray (1997)
  • Wah Wah Guli Sib (1997)
  • Kala War De Aba Aw Kala... (2002)
  • Deega Chotor Hastey (2002)
  • Akhir Ba Yay Sanga See? (2003)
  • yak ba dunia sad Ba akherat (2003)
  • History of Afghan cinema (2011)
  • Chel wazir be aqal (2013)

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.nai.org.af/spip.php?article54[permanent dead link]
  2. ^ a b c "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-07-16. Retrieved 2009-10-29.