Shahzad Rafique

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Shehzad Rafique
Born Gujranwala, Pakistan
Occupation Film Director, Film Maker
Years active 1996 – present

Shahzad Rafiq (also spelled Shehzad Rafique) is a Pakistani film director. Films he has produced and directed include Nikah, Ghunghat, Rukhsati, Salakhain and Mohabbataan Sachiyaan. His films have been presented at several film festivals in Asia. He introduced many new faces in Lollywood, notably Ahsan Khan in Nikkah (1998), Ahmed Butt and Sajid Hasan in Salakhain (2004), Adnan Khan and Maria Khan in Mohabbatan Sachiyan (2007) and Wiam Dahmani in Ishq Khuda (2012).[1]



Year Film Language Starring
2001 Rukhsati Urdu Moammar Rana, Meera, Mustafa Qureshi, Veena Malik
2004 Salakhain Urdu Ahmed Butt, Meera, Zara Sheikh
2007 Mohabbataan Sachiyaan Punjabi Veena Malik, Adnan Khan, Babrak Shah, Maria Khan
2012 Ishq Khuda Urdu Shaan Shahid, Humaima Malick, Wiam Dahmani, Ahsan Khan, Meera,
2016 Salute [2] Urdu Ajab Gul, Saima Noor


Year Film Language
1996 Ghunghat Urdu
1998 Nikah Urdu

Films in festivals[edit]

  • 1997 - Ghunghat in Tashkent international film festival
  • 1998 - Ghunghat in Dubai Film Festival
  • 1999 - Nikah in SAARC film festival, Sri Lanka
  • 2004 - Ghunghat, Nikah and Rukhsati in Beijing film festival, China
  • 2005 - Salakhain in Kara Film Festival, Karachi
  • 2008 - Mohabbtaan Sachiyaan in South Asian film festival, India[3]
  • 2010 - Mohabbtaan Sachiyaan in Muscat International Film Festival
  • 2011 - Mohabbbtaan Sachiyaan and Shackles in SAARC film festival, Sri Lanka


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