Syed Noor

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Syed Noor
Born Syed Ghulam Mohyuddin Noor
21 Feb 1951
Lahore, Pakistan
Occupation Film director, producer, writer and actor
Years active 1970–present
Spouse(s)

Rukhsana Noor

Saima Noor[1]
Website papaacademy.com

Syed Noor (Punjabi, Urdu: سید نور‎) is a Pakistani film director based in Lahore.

Noor also co-produced and directed the Bollywood film Meri Shadi Karao in 2012.[2][3]

Personal life[edit]

On 1 May 2007, Saima Noor in a press conference said that she married Syed Noor on 24 July 2005.[1] Noor, the 60-year-old filmmaker suffered a paralysis stroke early on 31 December 2011 and was brought to Sheikh Zayad Hospital. According to doctors, he suffered with mild stroke and he is out of danger. However, the doctors suggested to him to remain in the hospital for some days.[4] His wife Rukhsana Noor died on 12 January 2017, having had cancer for 15 years. She was 58 at the time of her death. She started out as a journalist and also did some teaching at some colleges. Rukhsana had also written several film songs and film scripts for Syed Noor's films. After Noor secretly married actress Saima, Rukhsana started living separately from him but she chose not to divorce him.[5]

Filmography[edit]

Screenwriter[edit]

Director[edit]

Year Film Language Starring
1984 Judai Punjabi language film
1993 Qasam Urdu Iram Hassan, Saleem Sheikh, Kaveeta, Nadeem Baig
1995 Jeeva Urdu Resham, Babar Ali, Javed Sheikh, Neeli
Sargam Urdu Zeba Bakhtiar, Adnan Sami, Nadeem
1996 Hawaien Urdu Reema Khan, Saud, Meera
Chor Machaye Shor Urdu Resham, Reema, Sahiba, Rambo, Babar Ali
Ghunghat Urdu Saima, Resham, Shaan, Andaleeb
Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman Urdu Jan Rambo, Meera, Laila, Andaleeb, Mohsin Khan
1997 Uqabon Ka Nasheman Urdu Reema Khan, Babar Ali, Jan Rambo, Javed Sheikh
Sangam Urdu Resham, Shaan, Sana Nawaz,
Raja Pakistani Urdu Nirma, Reema Khan, Babar Ali, Sahiba Afzal,
Deewane Tere Pyar Ke Urdu Moammar Rana, Jia Ali, Nadeem, Yasmin Ismail
1998 Muhafiz Urdu Saima, Nadeem Baig, Jana Malik, Sahiba Afzal,
Zewar Urdu Reema Khan, Babar Ali, Sahiba Afzal, Jan Rambo
Zor Urdu Saima, Moammar Rana, Jana Malik
Choorian Punjabi Saima, Moammar Rana, Nargis
Deewarain Urdu Saima, Reema Khan, Babar Ali,
Dupatta Jal Raha Hai Urdu Arbaz Khan, Resham, Saima Noor, Nadeem
1999 Daku Rani Urdu Saima, Shaan, Arbaaz Khan,
2000 Mehndi Waley Hath Punjabi Saima, Moammar Rana, Nagma,
Angaray Urdu Saima, Shaan, Deeba,
Jungle Queen Urdu Saima, Moammar Rana, Saira Khan, Jan Rambo,
Billi Urdu Saima, Noor, Meera,
Lakhon Main Aik Urdu Saima, Moammar Rana, Abid Ali,
Beti Urdu Saima, Babar Ali, Moammar Rana, Sana
2001 Daket Urdu Saima, Shaan, Moammar Rana, Resham
Chooriyan Nahin Hathkarian Urdu Saima, Moammar Rana, Arbaaz Khan
Uff Yeh Beewiyan Urdu Saima, Moammar Rana, Reema Khan
Sapne Apne Apne Urdu Saima, Moammar Rana, Saud
Baghi Urdu Saima, Shaan, Saud
2002 Sholay Urdu Saima, Shaan, Reema Khan
Behram Daku Punjabi Saima, Shaan, Babar Ali
Buddha Gujjar Punjabi Saima, Shaan, Resham
2003 Commando Urdu Saima, Shaan, Zara Sheikh
Larki Punjaban Urdu Saima, Shamyl Khan, Babar Ali
2004 Hum Aik Hain Urdu Saima, Shaan, Shamyl Khan
2006 Majajan Punjabi Saima, Shaan, Saud
2007 Jhoomer Urdu Saima, Moammar Rana, Aleena
2010 Wohti ley ke jaani ay Punjabi Saima, Shaan, Mustafa Qureshi, Iftikhar Thakur
2011 Aik Aur Ghazi Punjabi Saima, Heera Malik, Safqat Cheema
Jugni Punjabi Saima, Shaan, Moammar Rana
Dane Pay Dana Punjabi Saima, Moammar Rana, Haya Ali
2012 Shareeka Punjabi Saima, Shaan
Meri Shadi Karao Bollywood (Syed Noor's debut in India) Gurdeep Mehndi, Sakhawat Naz
2013 Ik Si Sher Punjabi Saima, Shaan Shahid
2013 Devar Bhabhi Urdu Saima Noor, Sami Khan, Saud, Sadia Khan
TBA Price of Honour[6][7] Urdu Atif Naveed, Danyal, Rakshi
2017 Chain Aye Na Urdu Shehroz Sabzwari, Sarish Khan, Adil Murad, Sobia Khan, Waqar Ali Godhra

Awards and recognition[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Actress Saima admits marriage with film director Syed Noor". Dawn (newspaper). 2 May 2007. Retrieved 2 September 2017. 
  2. ^ Punjabi films: Behind the buxom beauties and macho men, The Express Tribune (newspaper), Published 23 February 2012, Retrieved 2 September 2017
  3. ^ "Mika stays out of Daler Mehndi's son's debut (in Syed Noor's film)". The Times of India (newspaper). 5 January 2013. Retrieved 2 September 2017. 
  4. ^ "Syed-Noor-suffers-brain-haemorrhage". The News International (newspaper). Retrieved 2 September 2017. 
  5. ^ Director Syed Noor's wife passes away, The Express Tribune (newspaper), Published 12 January 2017, Retrieved 2 September 2017
  6. ^ Film 'Price of Honour' finally to hit screens after Eid, on hipinpakistan.com website, Published 7 July 2015, Retrieved 2 September 2017
  7. ^ Sharmeen Obaid copied the idea and name of my movie: Syed Noor, ARY TV News, Posted 2 March 2016, Retrieved 2 September 2017
  8. ^ Nigar Award for Syed Noor, Retrieved 2 September 2017

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