Aamir Liaqut Hussain on Silver Screen

Aamir Liaqut Hussain on Silver Screen

After conquering the world of morning shows, game shows, religious shows, ramzan transmission and designer lawn now famous media personality Aamir Liaqut Hussain is venturing into a new avenue.

As per Urdu Daily Jang (12 December 2015), Aamir Liaqut Hussain has accepted an offer from film director and producer Syed Noor for one of his upcoming film. He accepted the offer in his own morning show, which Syed Noor was attending as a guest. As per Urdu Daily Jang, Syed Noor has crafted a special role for a preacher and spiritual person and Aamir Liaqut Hussain is a perfect fit for this role. Aamir Liaqut Hussain accepted the offer for this proposed role, though the name and the other cast of the film is yet to be made public.

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Source: http://search.jang.com.pk/NewsDetail.aspx?ID=323704

About Syed Noor
Syed Noor has been a prominent film director, producer and writer. He started his career in late 1976 by writing the film Society Girl which was a hit. Syed Noor continued writing the films throughout 1980s and in 1993 directed his first film Qasam which was a semi hit. After Qasam, Jeeva in 1994 directed by Syed Noor proved super hit especially its music is still popular. The success of Jeeva in 1994 resulted in a short lived revival of the Urdu cinema which lasted till 2000. Jeeva was followed by Chor Machaye Shor (1995), Sargam (1995), Hawaien (1996), Ghoongat (1996), Deewane Tere Pyar Ke (1997), Sangam (1997) are his famous Urdu movies.

In 1996 Syed Noor introduced the superhit heroine of Punjabi Cinema, Saima in Urdu films with a side role in his film Ghoonghat from 1998 onwards Saima was the heroine of all of his films. After the success in Urdu films, Syed Noor experimented by directing a Punjabi film Choorian in 1998. Choorian proved the most successful Punjabi film in the history of Punjabi cinema which earned nearly 20 crore in 1998. After Choorian, Syed Noor only casted Saima as a heroine in all his upcoming Punjabi and Urdu films. Since 1998, no Urdu film of Syed Noor has proved successful however few of his Punjabi films did splendid business like Budha Gujjar (2002) and Majajan (2006). In 2005, Syed Noor and Saima declared their marriage.

Syed Noor has launched the career of many artists like Resham (Jeeva in 1995), Babar Ali (Jeeva in 1995), Moammar Rana (Deewane Tere Pyar Ke in 1997).He relaunched the career of Shaan with the powerful roles of Ghoonghat (1996) and Sangam (1997). He also revived the career of Saima in Urdu films in 1996, which otherwise was nearly out of Punjabi films due to the death of  Sultan Rahi the towering figure of the Punjabi cinema.

Rashid Nazir Ali