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      Pakistan Television Corporation has come a long way since TV entered into Pakistan via the NEC-Japan after a short period of trial and limited circuit telecast of educational programs at Lahore and Karachi.

      This thread is an attempt to bring out each and every PTV drama whether a telefilm, or a single play or a series or a docu-drama or a serial...telecast from ALL the Centres of PTV since the time the first proper centre or a station was established in Lahore on 26th November-1964 and formally inaugurated by President of Pakistan Field Marshall Mohammad Ayub Khan.

      This could be an attempt in vain...but my threads die-hard cause I am alone capable of streaming them---till I feel that the very purpose has been achieved.

      Please contribute by mentioning the PTV plays you remember. If there is a repeat...let it be....as we would eventually arrive at a conclusion to filter out the exact number of plays PTV has given to its viewers so far.

      Thank you for your participation....

      I will be adding to the list the plays I remember and a bit or two info. behind it..which may interest the reader!

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      when PTV-Karachi Centre was inaugurated on 26th Nov-1967.
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      Let's begin..........

      The FIRST ever Pakistan TV play
      which has gone down in history now...

      telecast on Pakistani TV Network,
      on 27th November-1964 at 9.30 pm, was;

      NAZRANA
      Directed by Fazal Kamal
      (hereinto referred as Producer then)

      with following cast...who are listed
      as the first ones on acting in television plays in Pakistan;
      1. Muhammad Qavi Khan
      2. Khurshid Shahid (mother of Salman Shahid)
      3. Bakhtiar Ahmed (who became one of the top producers of PTV)
      4. Munawwar Taufeeq,
      5. Rasheed Umar Thanvi
      continued......................
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      Quote Originally Posted by arjay View Post
      Pakistan Television Corporation has come a long way since TV entered into Pakistan via the NEC-Japan after a short period of trial and limited circuit telecast of educational programs at Lahore and Karachi.


      This thread is an attempt to bring out each and every PTV drama whether a telefilm, or a single play or a series or a docu-drama or a serial...telecast from ALL the Centres of PTV since the time the first proper centre or a station was established in Lahore on 26th November-1964 and formally inaugurated by President of Pakistan Field Marshall Mohammad Ayub Khan.

      This could be an attempt in vain...but my threads die-hard cause I am alone capable of streaming them---till I feel that the very purpose has been achieved.

      Please contribute by mentioning the PTV plays you remember. If there is a repeat...let it be....as we would eventually arrive at a conclusion to filter out the exact number of plays PTV has given to its viewers so far.

      Thank you for your participation....

      I will be adding to the list the plays I remember and a bit or two info. behind it..which may interest the reader!

      Best,

      Raju Jamil,
      PTV debut from Karachi Centre on 2nd December-1967

      when PTV-Karachi Centre was inaugurated on 26th Nov-1967.
      Please do share your experiences of working on ankahi, uncle urfi, and other classics.
      I think 80's were the best years of PTV in terms of creativity. Some of the most memorable dramas and shows including PTV awards were made during that decade.

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      Arjay uncle this is a great endeavour that you have undertaken. Pak dramas of yesteryears were the best of the best. It will indeed be awesome to have them available, or even catalogued.

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      FROM PTV-LAHORE (starting 27 Nov-1964):
      1. Nazrana,
      2. Seep Mahal,
      3. Aajkall,
      4. Dr. No, Dr. Yes and Dr. Why,
      5. Kahani Ki Talash Mein (by Dr. Anwar Sajjad, Khalid Saeed Butt and Farooq Zamir--a different story each Tuesday at 8 PM. I have the honor to do 2 with Sarwat Atiq and Samina (Saeed) Ahmed in 1968)
      6. Zard Gulab,
      7. Adamzaad
      8. Jhok Siyal (I am the only one who has the copy of last six episodes.. this series lead to a famous pillow phrase "PIR SAIEE'N AANDA HAI TAY MITTHAY CHAWAL KHAANDA AYE..." and Abid Ali's wife Humera Arshad (mom to Imaan) did a major role with Badi Uz Zaman)
      9. DARWAZA (Roohi Bano did wonders in this tele-play)
      10. Aik Muhabbat Sau Afsanay (13 series...and my honor to have acted in "BINDRA BANDD KI KUNJ GALLEE MEIN" with Tahira Naqvi and Mohni Hameed.
      ...continued (and please add....with your memory!)
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      Aaghai (28th November 1978)

      The story was published in a literary magazine "Seap" in the form of a novelette in 1970 and its dramatic presentation was telecast from Karachi TV station. the main theme revolves around the intrinsically rebellious nature of human beings who like to wander away from the beaten track, rejecting the socio-environmental constraints and exploring new horizons. Like the plays of that time, the story was sketched in the backdrop of the melting values of rural gentry. It is an anecdote of a landlord and a corrupt police officer, who in a fit of self denial, quits his job and goes to become a religious person. He shifts to the village of the landlord and becomes an official priest of the mosque. The son of the priest rebels against his father and goes back to the tumult of city life. In this rumpus created by the dissenters there are characters, who still hold traditions and age old values dear to their heart. These people in a way agree with the rebels but do not find enough courage to either support or join them. They continue to live divided lives between two worlds despite the fact that they have the potential and even the will to change social taboos. Maintaining the balance in the society is their exalted objective.

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      Aik Mohabat Sau Afsanae (11th April 1976)

      The plays were written by Ashfaq Ahmed and telecast in 1977. The serial under the title `Aik Mohabat Sau Afsanae' are different stories based on the theme of love. Quratul Ain was the first drama of the series and later productions which made their mark on the audience were, `Dedae-Dil, Na Soor', Mak-e-Kinan, Sakina and Cinderella'. The author appears to have a message for the audience that "love is purity, love is respect and love is sacrifice for the fellow human beings". These plays were liked by educated people who would immerse themselves in the philosophical orientation of the author.

      I've watched Quratul Ain which was directed by Nisar Hussain. It had excellent performances by Jamil Barnani and Mustansar Hussain Tarrar. You can watch it here:
      http://www.thepakistani.tv/i/3454/pa...rat-ul-ain.htm
      Last edited by lillyy2k2; Oct 18th, 2009 at 10:11 AM.

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      ^ These were my most favorite! Wish they'd make more of such classics!
      ..all you need is trust and a little bit of pixie dust!

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      PTV-K continued:
      1. EID KA JORRA (Neelofer (Alim) Abbasi's debut with Shakeel as hero and Ishrat Hashmi and Khalid Nizami as support (1969 EID play) written by Hasina Moin.
      2. HAPPY EID MUBARAK ( another eid play of 1970 by Shirin Azim ) written by Hasina Moin (I did the role of Neelofer's cousin)
      3. JURM NAHIN PHALTA ( a series by Amir Imam in 1970 with Maqbool Jalees and Zafar Masud in stock)
      4. PARMESHAR SINGH (Afzaal Ahmed a.k.a Chitta as PS a true story based on a Sardarjee who laid his life to save a Pakistan by helping him cross the border) Produced by Kunwar Aftab Ahmed - 1969.
      5. GHUNNDA ( Mahmood Khan Modi and Talat Hussain....Talat played GHUNDA and my long time dear dear and closest in TV friend Khurshid Talat d/o Ishrat Hashmi...made her debut. She now lives in Connecticut and remains in touch frequently--facebook zindabad!) produced by Kunwar Aftab Ahmed.
      6. ROSHAN MANZIL (serial by Mohsin Ali with Film Actress Shaista Qaiser and myself in lead - 1975)
      7. GAR TU BURA NA MAANAY (comedy series on the format of BBC's FROST REPORT of 60's....anchored by Mohsin Shirazee with stoock cast comprising of Zafar Masud, Shahnaz Ghani, Munawwar Saeed and yours truly - 1968 )
      8. FIFTY-FIFTY (originally mastermind of Anwar Maqsood...and after 5 episodes--taken over by Shoaib Mansoor & Mohsin Ali with stock cast comprising of: Zeba Shahnaz, Sakhi Sultan, Ashraf Khan, Ismail Tara, Majid Jehangir, Adil Wadia, Latif Kapadia, Shamim Hilaly's bro Hasnat Ahmed..and later Tehmina joined.... and this series have been listed as the most popular PTV series on comedy duly acknowledged by the Worldwide Gallop Survey-New York in 1990 while President of Pakistan Ziaul Haq..always avoided appointments etc on the time FIFTY FIFTY was scheduled on PTV! his daughter Zain was crazy for it...)
      9. TANTIA (Shaukat Siddiqi's story of a jailbird...played by Munawwar Saeed with me as his best friend and incidently the SHO of the thana Tantia is kept...) 1969.
      10. KHUDA KI BASTI ( Jan-1969 26 episodes & re-recording in March 1974 13 episodes) MOTHER OF ALL SERIALS! Cast 1969: ZAHEEN TAHIRA, ZAFAR MASUD as NOUSHA, TAUQEER FATIMA as SULTANA, SHAHJEE, ZAHOOR AHMED, QAZI WAJID as RAJA, MOHAMMAD YUSUF as KHAN BAHADUR, ZAFAR AHMED as Dr. Motoo, IQBAL TAREEN, FILMSTAR ANDALEEB & YOURS TRULY....

        Cast 1974: ZAHEEN TAHIRA, BEHROZE SABZWARI as NOUSHA, GHULAM MOHIUDDIN'S WIFE MUNAWWAR SULTANA as SULTANA, SHAHJEE, ZAHOOR AHMED, QAZI WAJID as RAJA, MOHAMMAD YUSUF as KHAN BAHADUR, ZAFAR AHMED as Dr. Motoo, SAQIB SHAIKH, ZOONI BUTT & YOURS TRULY....
      11. UNCLE URFI (Serial by Hasina Moin....directed by Shirin (Khan) Azim and Mohsin Ali....cast: Shakeel, Shahla Ahmed as Bina (now settled in Toronto with her 5 kids), Nahid Rafiq, Jamshed Ansari as Hasnaat Bhai), Begum Khurshid Mirza, Azra Sherwani as GHAZI aapa, Qurban Jilani as SHAHEED bhai, Akbar Subhani and yours truly - 1969 and this serial created history of having ONE artiste in two different characters with a gap of 8 episodes----as I did the role of an SHO in 1st 2 episode and then in 8th, 9th and 10th episode as a suitor/flirt to Azra Rabia and Nahid Rafiq.....!
      12. GHORRA GHAAS KHATA HAI by Intizar Hussain produced by Aslam Azhar with Munawwar Saeed, Zeenat Yasmin (model Iraj's mom), Ghazala Rafiq and yours truly...1968...a hilarious comedy play which has been telecast from PTV-Lahore also where too I teamed with Sikandar Shaheen, Nayyar Kamal and Rabia Tabbasum in election-70 PTV program this play was specially produced by Nayyar's husband Fazal Kamal.

        Continued......................................... ...........
      Jeevay Jeevay PAKISTAN

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      Ya Naseeb Clinic
      Writter by Amjad islam Amjad and directed by Kunwar Aftab.

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      Intezar Farmiye: Written by: Athar Shah Khan
      Hello Hello: Written by: Athar Shah Khan
      Shehzori: Written by: Haseena Moin
      Kiran Kahani: Written by: Haseena Moin
      Shama: Novel: A.R.Khatoon; Dramatized by: Fatima Suriya Bajiya
      Zer Zaber Pesh: Written by: Haseena Moin
      Be-Jamalo
      Alif Noon: Written by: Kamal Ahmed Rizvi
      Gup Shup
      Akarbakar

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      Quote Originally Posted by rafe78 View Post
      Intezar Farmiye: Written by: Athar Shah Khan
      Hello Hello: Written by: Athar Shah Khan
      Shehzori: Written by: Haseena Moin
      Kiran Kahani: Written by: Haseena Moin
      Shama: Novel: A.R.Khatoon; Dramatized by: Fatima Suriya Bajiya
      Zer Zaber Pesh: Written by: Haseena Moin
      Be-Jamalo
      Alif Noon: Written by: Kamal Ahmed Rizvi
      Gup Shup
      Akarbakar
      You beat me by a day...that all the appended were coming along this evening However, a bit of trivia for you and others;
      1. Intezar Farmiye: Written by: Athar Shah Khan
      2. Hello Hello: Written by: Athar Shah Khan ( The famous phrase on AUNTY FLOWERBODY...Chachee Gulbadan...came from the series
      3. Shehzori: Written by: Haseena Moin ( The famous phrase "MEIN BOHAT BURI ADMI HOUN" often said by Neelofer...in this serial, was adopted in a movie where filmstar Shabnam used this phrase extensively) Sadly, I missed my role in this serial by a week that I returned a bit too late from my vacations in Murree that Shirin, Mohsin and Iftikhar Arif decided the cast as recording could not be avoided due to studio availability as there was only ONE studio "A" then!)
      4. Kiran Kahani: Written by: Haseena Moin (The first serial where Roohi Bano did wonders while Babra Sharif made her TV debut and Manzoor Qureshi played lead. Manzoor rose to become GM PTV-K also. Zafar Masud was also there--directed by Shirin and Mohsin Ali)
      5. Shama: Novel: A.R.Khatoon; Dramatized by: Fatima Suriya Bajiya (Javed Shaikh's debut on TV....and Ghazala Kaifi did a wonderful job while Bajya really made all the artiste toil in this wonderful serial)
      6. Zer Zaber Pesh: Written by: Haseena Moin ( Zafar Masud special...
        GOD...he was a great actor. Died in a road accident in Egypt
      7. Be-Jamalo ( Directed by Ghufran Imtiazi in 1968 from Rawalpindi Centre--and our Baddo...BADAR KHALIL made her TV debut playing a women who is invisible...creating a situation between families..not liking anything sailing smoothly ...(aaj kall bohat chalti aisi series
      8. Alif Noon: Written by: Kamal Ahmed Rizvi ( Scripted by Kamal Bhai, I did but ONE episode during my Lahore visit of 1968 when Yawar hayat looped me in...) Lahore Centre production.
      9. Gup Shup ( Adeel's dad--Shoaib Hashmi's adaptation of SESAME STREET from LAHORE Centre---where Nayyara Noor made her debut. The stock cast had; Samina (Saeed) Ahmed, Maryam, Hasnat Ahmed, Abbas Shafi, Salima Hashmi, Naveed Shahzad and Shoaib himself portraying BIG BIRD.....I did two episodes with Abbas Shafi and my buddy...Shamim Hilaly's brother..late Hasnat Ahmed) 1969
      10. Akarbaka ( Same as above--the name change as some objection came from Ministry of Information. Also some changes in format)
        1970
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      Anarkali (Drama 88)
      Director: Iqbal Ansari
      Writer: Gohar Sultana Uzma
      Background Score:Javed Allah Ditta
      *ing Zeba Bakhtiar, Mehmood Akhtar, Latif Kapadia, Nirala, and others.

      Review
      http://www.paklinks.com/gs/showbiz-p...-anarkali.html (Anarkali)

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      FROM PTV-Karachi (contd...)
      1. Jahan baraf Girti Hai (story by Hijab imtiaz Ali, Directed by Amir Imam, cast: Neelofer Alim, Agha Sajjad, Mahmood Ali and yours truly. My debut..2nd Dec-1967)
      2. TOOFANI DOPAIHER by Hijab Imtiaz Ali (mother of Yasmin Tahir) directed by Ishrat Ansari. Cast: Myself in lead opposite Masuma Shah (now Mrs. Latif Charlie...mother in law to Khaled Anam), Qazi Wajid and Santosh Russell...who is since settled in Canada from 1979.
      Jeevay Jeevay PAKISTAN

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      I cannot consider this off-topic for many amusing reasons!
      If you dont click this..you are missing a heavy dose of LOL !
      but it is sure to remind you of your country...
      PAKISTAN and specially.,...
      K.A.R.A.C.H.I

      Enjoy;

      [FONT=Calibri]h[/FONT]ttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qk_dl6e2A0E
      Jeevay Jeevay PAKISTAN

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      Jeevay Jeevay PAKISTAN

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      Zia Mohiuddin Show
      Taleem-e-Baligan; Written by: Khawaja moinuddeen Cast: Qazi Wajid, Mehmood Ali, Subhani Ba Yunus
      Mirza Ghalib Bandar Road pe; Written by: Khawaja moinuddeen; Cast Qazi Wajid, Behroz Sabzwari (Childhood)
      Tabeer
      Kurbaten aur Fasle; Cast: Rahat Kazmi

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      Darwaza
      starring: Roohi Bano

      Na Qafs Na Aashyana
      starring Roohi Bano
      writer: Anwar Maqsood

      Daur-e-Junoon
      writer: Anwar Maqsood

      Badalty Qalib
      director: Sahira Kazmi

      Braheem Ki Talaash
      starring: Ghazala Kaifi, Behroz Sabzwari

      Footpath Pe Ghaas
      writer: Bano Qudsia

      Karwaan

      Nasheb

      Panah
      starring Uzma Gillani

      Saraab

      Aadhey Chehray

      Kaala Daira

      Safaid Saaya

      Band gali (Mama Seemi - written by : Ashfaq Ahmed)

      Zard Gulab
      starring Roohi Bano

      Ek Hans Ka Jora

      Ek Haqeeeat Ek Fasana
      starring Mustansar Hussain Tarrar

      Kuhr
      writer: Haseena Moin
      starring Marina Khan

      Ab Mera Intezaar Kar
      starring: Bushra Ansari
      director: Iqbal Ansari

      Amawas
      starring: Bushra Ansari, Asif Raza Mir
      director: Iqbal Ansari

      Khalish
      director: Sahira Kazmi
      starring Jahanzeb Gorchani

      Parchaiyaan
      writer: Haseena Moin
      starring Sahira and Rahat Kazmi

      Kaanch Ka Pul
      starring Roohi bano, Tauqeer Nasir

      Aanch
      starring Shafi Mohammad

      Kasak
      writer: Haseena Moin
      starring Rubina Ashraf

      Teesra Kinara
      writer: Rahat Kazmi
      starring Rahat Kazmi, Sahira Kazmi, Shafi Mohammad, Saba Pervaiz

      Manto Adab Ki Adalat Mein

      Bachon Ka Theatre

      Mera Naam Mangu

      Bisaat

      Nasal

      Mandi

      Ragon Mein Andhera
      starring Rahat Kazmi

      Daldal
      starring Firdous Jamal

      Nishan-e-Haider

      Jangloos

      Jungle

      Deewarein

      Din
      writer:Amjad Islam Amjad

      Ghareeb-e-Shehr

      Noreena

      Neele Haath
      starring Madiha Gohar

      Qasmi Kahani

      Zard Dupehar

      Zameen
      starring Sikander Shaheen

      Taan Sen
      starring Zeba Bakhtiar
      writer: Haseena Moin

      Kachwa Aur Khargosh
      starring Sajid Hassan

      Guest House

      Shaheen

      Labaik

      Zaibunisa
      director:Sahira Kazmi

      Mera Ghar Ek Whirlpool Hai

      Kahani Ki Talaash

      Duniya
      starring Nauman Ejaz, Roop
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