Pakistani Showbiz

Ali Ejaz passes away


Famous Screen Actor Ali Ejaz passes away Renowned TV, film and stage actor Ali Ejaz passed away from this mortal world leaving thousands of his fans sad. His age was 77 years. He died of heart attack on 18 December 2018 in morning hours in Lahore. He was born in 1941.

Ali Ejaz started his career in 1961 with his performance in the film ‘insaniaat’ and then with the inception of television service in Pakistan in 1964 he became a busy screen actor. He established himself as a good performer within a very short span of time.Ali Ejaz was a very popular actor and a precious asset of Pakistani showbiz industry. He became famous and so popular within very short  time with his various types of roles which also include his comedy roles. His famous drama serials include sona chandi’ and chor macay shore.

He became famous and very popular when he worked in his other serials that include ‘lakhoon mein teen with two other famous actors, Qavi Khan and Ahar Shah Khan.The actor earned several awards for his good performance.He acted in more than 100 movies which include nearly 80 Punjabi , and 22 Urdu movies. Some famous movies in which he performed are:Insaniat ,Dilbar Jani,Yamla Jatt,Sayyan, Dil Aur Dunya, Geo Jatta, Sajjan Dushman, Nizam, Lalla Majnoo Jogi, Wehshi Jutt, Hathkari, Duhai Chalo , Sona Chandi, Chor machay shore and several others.The awards which he earned included prestigious Presidential Pride of Performance award on August 14, 1993. He also earned Nigar award

.Ali Ejaz, in addition to his profession of showbiz field, was also active in social activities.He wished to work for others specially helpless segments of the society. Nearly three years ago,in 2015 he launched a social welfare project near the industrial city of Sialkot . His NGO,s name was Ali Ejaz Foundation with the main purpose of building shelter homes for elderly people. The project was to be completed within three years. 

 We can say that not only a good actor and performer but also a person who was active for humanity has passed away from this world.

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