Ghulam Mohiuddin (actor)

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Ghulam Mohiuddin
غلام محی الدین
Born (1951-10-27) 27 October 1951 (age 70)
Other namesGullo Bhai
OccupationActor
Years active1974 - present
ChildrenAli Mohiuddin (son)
Ayesha Kashif (daughter)
Mariam Mohiuddin (daughter)
AwardsPride of Performance (2020)[1]

Ghulam Mohiuddin (Punjabi, Urdu: غلام محی الدین); also spelled Ghulam Mohi-Ud-Din) (born 27 October 1951) is a Pakistani actor of Urdu and Punjabi films.[2] Ghulam Mohiuddin popularly known as Gullo Bhai in the Pakistan film Industry.[1]

Career[edit]

He first worked in film Dil Walay in 1974 and then he worked in film Mera Naam Hai Mohabbat, released in 1975, was a blockbuster in Pakistan and China. The film was inspired by a Chinese folk story. His co-star was Babra Sharif, her first as a heroine.[1]

Since then, he has received several Nigar Awards, Lux Style Awards and a Pride of Performance Award by the President of Pakistan in 2020. Ghulam Mohiuddin popularly known as Gullo Bhai in the Pakistan film fraternity has starred in over 300 movies and is currently involved in TV productions.[1]

Personal life[edit]

His son Ali Mohiuddin is also an actor, making his film debut in 2016 with Sawal 700 Crore Dollar Ka.[3][4]

Filmography[edit]

Television series[edit]

Year Title Role Network
2012 Koi Meray Dil Say Pouchay Sameer's father PTV
2015 Dilfareb Zain's father Geo TV
2015 Maikey Ko Dedo Sandes Maryam's father Geo Entertainment
2016 Izn-e-Rukhsat Sundus's father Geo TV
2017 Khudgarz Hassan's father ARY Digital
2018 Sodai Fariya's father Express Entertainment

Telefilm[edit]

Year Title Role
2012 Mano Mano's father-in-law

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1974 Dil Walay
1975 Mera Naam Hai Mohabbat[1]
Shararat (1975 film) Asif
1976 Society Girl Asif
1977 Ishq Ishq [5]
1978 Awaz
1980 Aag Aur Sholay
1981 Amanat
1987 Gernail Singh Ghulam Mohammad
1988 Maula Baksh
Aag Hi Aag [6]
Haseena 420
1989 Taqat Ka Toofan
Maula Sain [7]
Shaani
1990 Hoshiar
Sholay-E-Sholay
Miss Cleopatra
International Guerillas
1991 Zid
Sar Kata Insan
Kalay Chor Sher Jang
Cobra Inspector Arshad
Aalmi Jasoos
1992 Daku Raaj
Majhoo
Hasinon Ki Barat [8]
1994 Pajero Group Babar
Khandan
International Luteray
Buth Shikan
Saranga Mansoor [9]
Sarkata Insaan
1995 Mushkil
Madam Rani Aducet
Jungle Ka Qanoon
Jeeva[1] [10]
1997 Qarz
Umar Mukhtar
2011 Son of Pakistan[1]
Khamosh Raho[1]
2013 Chambaili
2016 Sawal 700 Crore Dollar Ka[11] Ringo
2018 The Donkey King Badshah Khan

Awards and recognition[edit]

Year Award Category Result Title Ref.
1975 Nigar Award Special Award Won Mera Naam Hai Mohabbat [12]
1978 Nigar Award Special Award Won Mutthi Bhar Chawal [13]
1984 Nigar Award Best Supporting Actor Won Lazawal [12]
1991 Nigar Award Best Supporting Actor Won Zid [12]
1994 Nigar Award Best Actor Won Sar Kata Insaan [12]
1997 Nigar Award Best Supporting Actor Won Karz [12]
2002 Nigar Award Lifetime Achievement Award Won Himself [12]
2020 Pride of Performance Award by the President of Pakistan Won Himself [1]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i Adnan Lodhi (21 August 2019). "Veteran actor Ghulam Mohiuddin to receive Pride of Performance". The Express Tribune (newspaper). Retrieved 5 December 2021.
  2. ^ Gazdar, Mushtāq (1997). Pakistan cinema, 1947-1997. Oxford University Press. pp. 321–. ISBN 978-0-19-577817-5. Retrieved 18 January 2018.
  3. ^ Web Desk (18 May 2015), "Ghulam Mohiuddin’s son all set to make Lollywood debut", Ary News. Retrieved 1 July 2018.
  4. ^ Adnan Lodhi (24 June 2016), "Sons of Mustafa Qureshi, Ghulam Mohiuddin making film debuts with Eid releases", The Express Tribune. Retrieved 1 July 2018.
  5. ^ Gazdar, Mushtaq (1997). Pakistan Cinema, 1947-1997. Oxford University Press. p. 287. ISBN 0-19-577817-0.
  6. ^ Gazdar, Mushtaq (1997). Pakistan Cinema, 1947-1997. Oxford University Press. p. 321. ISBN 0-19-577817-0.
  7. ^ Gazdar, Mushtaq (1997). Pakistan Cinema, 1947-1997. Oxford University Press. p. 323. ISBN 0-19-577817-0.
  8. ^ Gazdar, Mushtaq (1997). Pakistan Cinema, 1947-1997. Oxford University Press. p. 333. ISBN 0-19-577817-0.
  9. ^ Gazdar, Mushtaq (1997). Pakistan Cinema, 1947-1997. Oxford University Press. p. 340. ISBN 0-19-577817-0.
  10. ^ Gazdar, Mushtaq (1997). Pakistan Cinema, 1947-1997. Oxford University Press. p. 341. ISBN 0-19-577817-0.
  11. ^ (Ayesha Ahmad) Upcoming Pakistani film to feature Indian actor Rajpal Yadav Hipinpakistan.com website, Published 6 April 2015, Retrieved 5 December 2021
  12. ^ a b c d e f "Pakistan's "Oscars"; The Nigar Awards". Desi Movies Reviews. Archived from the original on 15 March 2021. Retrieved 28 October 2021.
  13. ^ "The Nigar Awards (1972 - 1986)". The Hot Spot Online website. 5 January 2003. Archived from the original on 25 July 2008. Retrieved 5 December 2021.

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