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Pervez Rana

 

A Punjabi Film Director

Pervez Rana, a very docile and humble film director who was always there to guide new comers in film industry. He remained busy once rest all his counter parts were sitting idle and in that era he direct some films which did very well from its commercial point of view. Pervez Rana had very optimistic approach towards making of Punjabi films within its circuit with pace to pace of Karachi based films. That’s why he had been working on his upcoming project Dushman Rani, at the time of his demise. Pervez Rana’s name would always be remembered as a legendary film director and a household name of Punjabi cinema.

 

 

Pervez Rana entered in film industry as helper then assisted renowned film directors and finally debut his film career as film director with Charagh Bahadar in late seventies. With the passage of time he was able to make a notable place in the hearts of Punjabi film gores belongs to middle class background. During his film career he introduced many new artists with very positive and encouraging approach. His greatly respected movies includes Hamayun Gujjar, Ghundi Run, Ilyasa Gujjar and Suha Jora. Pervez Rana’s Punjab film Hamayun Gujjar in which Shaan played the lead role as angry young man was accused for bringing back the Gandasa and Kalashnikov culture in Pakistani motion pictures.

Some Facts…..Pervez Rana

Real Name:

Muhammad Pervez Rana

Addressed as:

Pervez Rana

Birth Date:

February 3, 1951

Debut Film:

Charagh Bahadar (1977)

Last Film:

Naseebo

Demise Date:

January 25, 2017

 

 

Personal Life

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Demise of the Artist

Pervez Rana developed some heart disease in 2011 which was aggravated with passage of time as he never strict to the precautionary measures as dictated by his physician. On January 24, 2017 he suffered heavy chest pain and pressure so he was immediately evacuated to Bahria Town Hospital but at 3 am he took his last breath and declared died by medical authorities. His funeral prayers were offered at Behria Town after Zuhar prayers. 

(innaMay Allah rest the departed soul in eternal peace)

 

 

 

Filmography

During his four-decade long career as film director, Pervez Rana produced numerous films including Charagh Bahadar as debut, second film was Ghair Hazir which was produced by actor Iqbal Hassan. Then onward he directed 54 films with details as under:-

 

  • Urdu                               –           9
  • Punjabi                           –           44
  • Double Version Film       –           1

 

His film score as director is as under:-

1

Charagh Bahadar as debut

2

Ghair Hazir

3

Chann Balaoch (First Successful film)

4

Babul

5

God Father

6

Sar-e- Aam, 

7

Gujjar Da Vair

8

Gujjar Punjab Da

9

Shera Malang

10

Mafia (First Urdu Film)

11

Pardesi

12

King Maker

13

Deisan Da Raja

14

Jagg Mahi

15

Yaar Badshah

16

Khuda Ke Chor

17

Ishtehari Gujjar

18

Jag Wala Mela

19

Meri Pukar

20

Allah Badshah

21

Humayoun Gijjar

22

Rajo Rocket

23

Makha Jatt

24

Gunda Tax

25

Babbo Khan

26

Wehshi Jutt

27

Badmash Puttar

28

Toofan

29

Atif Choudhry

30

Allah Rakhha

31

Raqasa

32

Allah Nighehban

33

Jatt Da Vair

34

Kalu Shahpuriya

35

Shagna Di Mehndi

36

Darr

37

Mulla Muzaffar

38

Jabroo

39

Guddo Badshah

40

Pardesi Aye Watana Tu

41

Bhola Sunyara

42

Medam Deharibaz

43

Pappu Badmash

44

Puttar Humayun Gujjar Da

45

Wehshi Rajput

46

Suha Jora

47

Manga Gujjar

48

Gundi Run

49

Murshad Badshah

50

Billo 302

51

Suhagan

52

Company

53

Sharabi

54

Shah Murad

 

He also launched his son Haider Rana in one of his Punjabi film Shah Murad which was released on August 30, 2011.

For detailed Filmography of Pervez Rana, visit Filmography 

 

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