Nadeem Baig

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Nadeem Baig pakistani actor


Born: 19 July 1941, British India

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Baig was conceived in Vijayawada in present day Andhra Pradesh which, in 1941, was a piece of Madras Presidency in British India. Nadeem Baig moved to Pakistan alongside his family after the freedom of Pakistan in 1947. He completed his secondary school and went to certain long periods of school in Karachi before he entered the film business. Nadeem, alongside artistes Talat Hussain, M. Zaheer Khan, Aftab Azeem, Saleem Jafry, and TV producer Iqbal Haider, were completely found at a club in Karachi during the 1960s. He and his companions, Ameer Ahmed Khan and Qasim Siddiqui, won a few music rivalries. At one of those melodic rivalries, he was seen by singer Ferdausi Rahman. She was dazzled by his singing ability and urged him to attempt playback singing in Dhaka’s film industry.

Nadeem’s movie vocation traverses over 50 years in 2019. He began his profession in 1967 and showed up in his first film Chakori (1967) in a main job with actress Shabana. The movie was produced and coordinated by Captain Ehtesham, who, in actuality, turned into his dad in-law in 1968 when Nadeem wedded Farzana, Ehtesham’s girl. The film did well in the two circuits of Pakistani film industry, i.e., West and East Pakistan. He won a Nigar Award in the best actor’s classification for Chakori. Nadeem’s movies incorporate Nadan (1973), Anari, Pehchan (1975), Talash (1976), Aina (1977), Hum Dono (1980), Lajawab, Qurbani (1981), Sangdil (1982), and Dehleez (1983). He made a well known screen matching with actress Shabnam with whom he acted in the greater part of his movies. Other than acting, Nadeem has sung numerous tunes for films. Nadeem has worked with veteran movie directors of Pakistani movie industry including Pervez Malik, Nazrul Islam, S. Suleman, Shamim Ara, Sangeeta and Samina Peerzada. Among the notable actors, he has worked with Santosh Kumar, Darpan, Waheed Murad, Allauddin and Syed Kamal over his long profession.

In his profession, Nadeem is generally voiced by Ahmed Rushdi and last Akhlaq Ahmed gave his voice. He himself recognized that melodies in Rushdi’s voice made his work simpler and assumed a noteworthy job in his prosperity. Other playback singers who gave voice to him were Mehdi Hassan, Masood Rana, Mujeeb Aalam, Asad Amanat Ali Khan, Bashir Ahmad, Ustad Amanat Ali Khan and A Nayyar.

Before he turned into a film star, Nadeem was a piece of a Pakistan Television program where he used to sing in Urdu and Bangla. It was from that point that movie director Ehtesham picked him to play the scoundrel in Chakori and after the legend, Azeem dropped out for obscure reasons, Nadeem was given a role as the main man. As per the veteran actor, he wasn’t on edge to relinquish his position at a promoting office and was possibly persuaded when his manager Zahir Raihan (director of Sangam, the first historically speaking Urdu movie in shading) guaranteed him that he would take him back in the event that he didn’t do well in films. Fortunately, there was no halting Nadeem who utilized his similarity to Bollywood star Dilip Kumar furthering his potential benefit and went onto convey consecutive hits in both East and West Pakistan.


  • Chakori (1967)
  • Diya Aur Toofan (1969)
  • Daman Aur Chingari (1973)
  • Aina (1977)
  • Bandish (1980)
  • Dil Lagi (1973)
  • Anari (1975)
  • Pehchan (1975)
  • Umang
  • Naadan
  • Chote Sahab
  • Dhaagh
  • Mukhra (1988)- a film produced by Nadeem Baig also
  • Anhoni (1993)
  • Sargam (1995)
  • Jeeva (1995)
  • Jo Darr Gaya Woh Mar Gaya (1995)
  • Umar Mukhtar (1997)
  • Dupatta Jal Raha Hai (1998)
  • Koi Tujh Sa Kahan (2005)
  • Mein Ek Din Laut Kay Aaoon Ga (2007)
  • Love Mein Gum (2011)
  • Main Hoon Shahid Afridi 2013
  • The System 2014
  • Hijrat (2016)
  • Shaan-e-Ishq (2017)
  • Superstar 2019
  • Parey Hut Love 2019

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