|Occupation||Actor, TV Host|
|Known for||Labbaik (PTV) |
Laal Ishq (TV series)
Yeh Dil Aap Ka Huwa
|Awards||Nigar Award in 2000|
Babar Ali (Urdu: بابر علی; born 30 June 1975) is a Pakistani film and television actor. He started his career at an early age, when he was only 20 years old. Babar Ali was one of the first Lollywood actors with long hair and different and unusual talking style.
Babar Ali began his career on television where he appeared as a young Muslim Arab general Mohammad Bin Qasim in the PTV historical costume drama Labbaik. He then appeared in the historical drama Babar where he played Humayun, son of the Mughal emperor Babar.
Babar Ali's first film appearance was in Jeeva (1995 film), directed by Syed Noor. He went on to appear in other films such as Munda Bigra Jaye (1995), Chor Machaye Shor (1996), Khoey Ho Tum Kahan (2001), Yeh Dil Aap Ka Huwa (2002) and Larki Punjaban (2003). He starred as Bali, the lead character in the 2002 PTV television drama series Landa Bazar. In 2017, Babar revived his character of Bali (Iqbal) in Laal Ishq, which was a sequel to the original 2002 drama series.
|Jo Dar Gaya Wo Mar Gaya|||
|Munda Bigra Jaye|||
|Aqabon Ka Nisheman|
|Dil Sambhala na jaye|
|Dulha Lay Kar Jaoun Gi|
|Chor Machaye Shor|||
|Insaf Ho To Aisa|
|1999||Kursi Aur Qanoon||Kali|
|Mujhe Jeene Do|
|2000||Ghar Kab Aao Gay||Oberoi|||
|2001||Khoey Ho Tum Kahan|||
|2002||Yeh Dil Aap Ka Huwa||Zargul|||
|2010||Channa Sachi Muchi|
|Son of Pakistan|
|2017||Geo Sar Utha Kay|
|2019||The Legend of Maula Jatt|||
|1996||Labaik||PTV Home||Mohammad Bin Qasim|
|1997||Babar||PTV Home||Humayun Mirza |
|1999||Boota from Toba Tek Singh||PTV Home||Meeru|
|2001||chand chehra||PTV Home|
|2009||Mishaal||Rashid: Mishaal's elder brother|
|2011||Ek Nazar Meri Taraf ||Geo TV|
|2012||Mil Ke Bhi Hum Na Mile||Geo TV||Achoo|
|2017||Kabhi Socha Na Tha||Salman|
|Laal Ishq||A-Plus TV||Baali/Iqbal
|Zebaish||Hum TV||Parvaiz Javed|
TV show host
- "Actor Babar Ali returns with new film 'Meri Jaan' on Dawn (newspaper)". 26 January 2015. Retrieved 6 January 2020.
- "'Lal Ishq': A Must-Watch Pakistani Drama To Be Released Soon". 11 April 2017. Retrieved 8 September 2018.
- "Laal Ishq: A journey of love". The Nation (newspaper). 9 November 2017. Retrieved 6 January 2020.
- "Resham, Babar Ali included in Maula Jatt 2 - Entertainment". Dunya News. Retrieved 6 January 2020.
- Profile of Babar Ali on tv.com.pk website Retrieved 6 January 2020
- "Best Tv Drama: Ptv Classic Drama Babar". 5 June 2010.
- Aamir javed Story. "Hiba Bukari - Tarap Drama is Coming on HUM TV". www.mediachowk.com. Retrieved 15 March 2020.
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