Sajjad Gul

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Agha Sajjad Gul (Urdu: آغا سجاد گل‎) is a producer, director and one of the biggest media moguls in Pakistan. He is the youngest of the sons of renowned film studio owner and a pioneer of Pakistan film industry, Agha G. A. Gul (1913–1983).[1][2] Aijaz, Riaz and Shahzad are the other sons of late Agha G. A. Gul, the original owner and creator of Evernew Studios, on Multan Road, Lahore, Pakistan after the Independence of Pakistan in 1947. Late Agha G. A. Gul remains one of the pioneers of Pakistan film industry along with the film producers and studio owners Shaukat Hussain Rizvi and Anwar Kamal Pasha. Sajjad Gul owns the film production house Evernew Studios in Lahore. He now is the CEO of one of the media houses in Pakistan, Evernew Group. Currently he is managing 8 companies: Evernew Concept (advertising agency), Evernew Entertainment (production company), Evernew Pictures, Evernew Studios, Evernew Carat, Evernew Solutions, Evernew Films and Evernew Music, which will launch soon. Apart from overseeing and managing the studio, Sajjad Gul has closely been linked to the development and growth of Pakistani cinema.[3]




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  1. ^, Biography of Agha G. A. Gul, studio owner of Evernew Studios, Lahore on website, published 6 Jan 2010, Retrieved 3 Feb 2016
  2. ^, Obituary of Agha G. A. Gul on website, Retrieved 3 Feb 2016
  3. ^, "Pakistani cinema will revive in 10 years": Sajjad Gul interview to the The Express Tribune newspaper, published 31 Oct 2012, Retrieved 3 Feb 2016
  4. ^, Sajjad Gul as film director on Complete Index To World Film website, Retrieved 3 Feb 2016

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