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Hammad Mian
post Sep 9 2007, 02:01 AM
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I am looking for some info about Actor Sheikh Mukhtar who performed in the movies "Ustad Paedro" and "Mangu" and lot of others. I have heard that he moved to Pakistan later. Does anyone can tell me when was he died and his complete filmography.
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hello
sangeet ka safar have some news about
actor. p/d singer nmany more . he was very good actor & man of words
in 1970 I MEET IN DELHI LAL QILA FOR TWO HOUR . 1970 HE MOVE
PAKISTAN.

HERE HIS MOVIES>>>>

As An Actor
Hum Sub Chor Hain (1973) (Released)
Gehra Raaz (1971) (Released)
The Criminals (1971) (Released)
Kahin Aar Kahin Paar (1971) (Released)
Begunah (1970) (Released)
Mangu Dada (1970) (Released)
Inspector (1970) (Released)
Insaan Aur Shaitan (1970) (Released)
Killers (1969) (Released)
Ustad 420 (1969) (Released)
Badmaash (1969) (Released)
Mera Dost (1969) (Released)
Do Bhai (1969) (Released)
Ek Raat (1968) (Released)
Noor Jahan (1968) (Released)
Nadir Shah (1968) (Released)
Raat Andheri Thi (1967) (Released)
Shamsheer (1967) (Released)
Sardar (1967) (Released)
Smuggler (1967) (Released) ...... Inspector Rajan
Lambu In Hongkong (1967) (Released)
Thakur Jarnail Singh (1966) (Released)
Shera Daku (1966) (Released)
Lal Bangla (1966) (Released)
Spy In Goa (1966) (Released)
Sarhadi Lutera (1966) (Released)
Badal (1966) (Released)
Hum Sub Ustad Hain (1965) (Released)
Faisla (1965) (Released)
Nishan (1965) (Released)
Birju Ustad (1964) (Released)
Shabnam (1964) (Released)
Ustadon Ke Ustad (1963) (Released)
Dil Ka Dada (1962) (Released)
Umar Qaid (1962) (Released)
Gangu (1962) (Released)
Dilli Ka Dada (1962) (Released)
Bada Aadmi (1961) (Released)
Ramu Dada (1961) (Released)
Tel Malisj Boot Polish (1961) (Released)
Barood (1960) (Released)
Dr. Shaitan (1960) (Released)
Oh Tera Kya Kehna (1959) (Released)
Duniya Na Mane (1959) (Released)
Do Ustaad (1959) (Released) ...... Jagan
Ten Oclock (1958) (Released)
Changez Khan (1957) (Released)
Captain Kishore (1957) (Released)
Baadbaan (1954) (Released)
Daku Ki Ladki (1954) (Released)
Africa (1954) (Released)
Mangu (1954) (Released)
Annadata (1953) (Released)
Char Chand (1953) (Released)
Dara (1953) (Released)
Ghayal (1951) (Released)
Ustad Pedro (1951) (Released)
Dada (1949) (Released)
Toote Tare (1948) (Released)
Anokha Pyar (1948) (Released)
Bhookh (1947) (Released)
Shahenshah Babar (1944) (Released)
Nai Zindagi (1943) (Released)
Roti (1942) (Released) ...... Balam

Playback Singer
Behan (1941) (Released)

OBITUARY:
Music director Hassan Latif (Shah-e-Madina fame), Famous lyricist Saroor Barabankvi, actor Sheikh Mukhtar (Indian film Noor Jehan fame) and actor Najmul Hassan.

Is Benegal's film the first-ever attempt to bring Carmen to the Indian screen? It isn't. According to the director, there was a version of Carmen made in Mumbai in the 1950s with Sheikh Mukhtar and Sitara Devi in the lead roles


IF FIND SONG HIS VOICE U/L HERE.
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post Sep 11 2007, 01:58 AM
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Surhall thanx for the info. I am trying to search some video songs of Sheikh Mukhtar but not available anywhere. If you have some, Can you upload on the youtube

















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hello
sangeet ka safar have some news about
actor. p/d singer nmany more . he was very good actor & man of words
in 1970 I MEET IN DELHI LAL QILA FOR TWO HOUR . 1970 HE MOVE
PAKISTAN.

HERE HIS MOVIES>>>>

As An Actor
Hum Sub Chor Hain (1973) (Released)
Gehra Raaz (1971) (Released)
The Criminals (1971) (Released)
Kahin Aar Kahin Paar (1971) (Released)
Begunah (1970) (Released)
Mangu Dada (1970) (Released)
Inspector (1970) (Released)
Insaan Aur Shaitan (1970) (Released)
Killers (1969) (Released)
Ustad 420 (1969) (Released)
Badmaash (1969) (Released)
Mera Dost (1969) (Released)
Do Bhai (1969) (Released)
Ek Raat (1968) (Released)
Noor Jahan (1968) (Released)
Nadir Shah (1968) (Released)
Raat Andheri Thi (1967) (Released)
Shamsheer (1967) (Released)
Sardar (1967) (Released)
Smuggler (1967) (Released) ...... Inspector Rajan
Lambu In Hongkong (1967) (Released)
Thakur Jarnail Singh (1966) (Released)
Shera Daku (1966) (Released)
Lal Bangla (1966) (Released)
Spy In Goa (1966) (Released)
Sarhadi Lutera (1966) (Released)
Badal (1966) (Released)
Hum Sub Ustad Hain (1965) (Released)
Faisla (1965) (Released)
Nishan (1965) (Released)
Birju Ustad (1964) (Released)
Shabnam (1964) (Released)
Ustadon Ke Ustad (1963) (Released)
Dil Ka Dada (1962) (Released)
Umar Qaid (1962) (Released)
Gangu (1962) (Released)
Dilli Ka Dada (1962) (Released)
Bada Aadmi (1961) (Released)
Ramu Dada (1961) (Released)
Tel Malisj Boot Polish (1961) (Released)
Barood (1960) (Released)
Dr. Shaitan (1960) (Released)
Oh Tera Kya Kehna (1959) (Released)
Duniya Na Mane (1959) (Released)
Do Ustaad (1959) (Released) ...... Jagan
Ten Oclock (1958) (Released)
Changez Khan (1957) (Released)
Captain Kishore (1957) (Released)
Baadbaan (1954) (Released)
Daku Ki Ladki (1954) (Released)
Africa (1954) (Released)
Mangu (1954) (Released)
Annadata (1953) (Released)
Char Chand (1953) (Released)
Dara (1953) (Released)
Ghayal (1951) (Released)
Ustad Pedro (1951) (Released)
Dada (1949) (Released)
Toote Tare (1948) (Released)
Anokha Pyar (1948) (Released)
Bhookh (1947) (Released)
Shahenshah Babar (1944) (Released)
Nai Zindagi (1943) (Released)
Roti (1942) (Released) ...... Balam

Playback Singer
Behan (1941) (Released)

OBITUARY:
Music director Hassan Latif (Shah-e-Madina fame), Famous lyricist Saroor Barabankvi, actor Sheikh Mukhtar (Indian film Noor Jehan fame) and actor Najmul Hassan.

Is Benegal's film the first-ever attempt to bring Carmen to the Indian screen? It isn't. According to the director, there was a version of Carmen made in Mumbai in the 1950s with Sheikh Mukhtar and Sitara Devi in the lead roles


IF FIND SONG HIS VOICE U/L HERE.
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post Sep 19 2007, 11:59 PM
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I found this information on internet. It is not mineand so cannot verify it but I think it is correct.

Sheikh Mukhtar By Shireesh Kanekar
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He was Bollywood`s first Hunk - one who would have put today`s WWF hulks to shame. Exceptionally tall and frighteningly hefty, he was endowed with an immense physique. His face was a roadmap of crisscrossing muscles. A sharp jaw line added to the dimensions of his rock-hard face. Hardly `star` material compared to the Hrithiks and Salmans of today.


Yet, this rugged man was once a hero.


Those were the days when a limp-wristed hero, who could not even unlock the mysteries of the lush curls of his beloved, was universally adored in cinema halls. In such times, Sheikh Mukhtar adorned the garb of a hero. This feat was achieved by movie monarch Mehboob Khan. In Ek hi Raasta, or The Only Way, a film directed by Mehboob saab for Sagar Movietone way back in 1939, Sheikh Mukhtar was one of the three heroes. The other two were Arun Ahuja (matinee idol Govinda`s father) and a certain Harish (who later directed films such as Burma Road, he was Tara Harish). Though billed as male lead, Sheikh Mukhtar never fitted into the `romantic` mould. And why should he? He portrayed an uncouth lover, almost a pre-Neanderthal man, in Mehboob Khan`s Roti with sensuous Sitara Devi as his beloved. In that film, Sheikh would bring down an aircraft with the mere strike of his spear. When thirsty, he would empty an entire bucket down his throat in one go. Soppy dialogues oozing with maudlin emotions such as love and romance, did not come forth from the super-hunk.


In Wadia`s Krishnabhakt Bodana, Sheikh Mukhtar was the Lord`s devotee. In Bahen, he portrayed the role of Meena Kumari`s brother. His imposing personality fitted well into `period` films which dabbled in history. He played the role of Shahenshah Babar; went on to become Chengez Khan and then donned the mantle of Sher Afghan in Noor Jehan, a film which he produced. He was often teamed with Begum Para, the bewitching beauty of that era. The pair hit it off exceedingly well on the screen. For countless cinema aficionados, the Sheikh Mukhtar-Begum Para pair was a classic case of the beauty and the beast. With pint-sized Mukri, Sheikh Mukhtar had a successful celluloid partnership. Sheikh Mukhtar produced a string of Hindi films, such as Dada, Dara, Ustad Pedro, Toote Tare, Mr. Lambu, Annadaata, Mangu (with another beauty, Nigar Sultan), Do Ustaad, Noor Jehan, among others.


He wove into his films a variety of songs, from Bahaaron ke doli pe aaye hai jawaani, a romantic number from Annadaata, to naughty ditties, such as Dil ka yeh engine seeti bajaaye from Ustaad Pedro, and Namaste, Doctor Paro, hum ko bhi ek injection maaro. Sheikh Mukhtar`s pair of shoes, of twelve number size, (in Do Ustaad), summed up his big time existence. His role in this film was widely appreciated. Sheikh Mukhtar showcased his acting talents in the concluding scene of Do Ustaad when he holds his long-lost brother and son to his bosom.


Sheikh Mukhtar blew up his hard-earned money on Noor Jahan, his dream project. However, the `period` film bombed miserably at the box office. And with the film collapsed this mighty man. Debts began to pile up. Income Tax arrears kept multiplying in geometrical progression. Unable to resolve this crisis, Sheikh Mukhtar, who was adored in Bollywood for his integrity and for his firmness to keep vices of every variety at bay, fled to Pakistan with the alacrity of a small-time house burglar. He took with him the prints of his films. But, sadly, the Pakistan film industry offered him no succor. He kept running from pillar to post, visiting government offices with a plea that he be allowed to release his films. A broken man, Sheikh Mukhtar passed away between these fruitless visits. Noor Jehan, which was released in Pakistan after Sheikh Mukhtar died, kept the box office registers ringing with cash.


Memorable Films
(as Producer)
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Post-Partition India
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Toote Taare (1948)
Dada (1949)
Ustad Pedro (1951)
Dara (1953)
Mangu (1954)
Mr. Lambu (1956)
Do Ustad (1959)
Noor Jehan (1967)
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QUOTE(ferrol @ Sep 19 2007, 11:59 PM) *

I found this information on internet. It is not mineand so cannot verify it but I think it is correct.

Sheikh Mukhtar By Shireesh Kanekar
IPB Image

He was Bollywood`s first Hunk - one who would have put today`s WWF hulks to shame. Exceptionally tall and frighteningly hefty, he was endowed with an immense physique. His face was a roadmap of crisscrossing muscles. A sharp jaw line added to the dimensions of his rock-hard face. Hardly `star` material compared to the Hrithiks and Salmans of today.


Yet, this rugged man was once a hero.


Those were the days when a limp-wristed hero, who could not even unlock the mysteries of the lush curls of his beloved, was universally adored in cinema halls. In such times, Sheikh Mukhtar adorned the garb of a hero. This feat was achieved by movie monarch Mehboob Khan. In Ek hi Raasta, or The Only Way, a film directed by Mehboob saab for Sagar Movietone way back in 1939, Sheikh Mukhtar was one of the three heroes. The other two were Arun Ahuja (matinee idol Govinda`s father) and a certain Harish (who later directed films such as Burma Road, he was Tara Harish). Though billed as male lead, Sheikh Mukhtar never fitted into the `romantic` mould. And why should he? He portrayed an uncouth lover, almost a pre-Neanderthal man, in Mehboob Khan`s Roti with sensuous Sitara Devi as his beloved. In that film, Sheikh would bring down an aircraft with the mere strike of his spear. When thirsty, he would empty an entire bucket down his throat in one go. Soppy dialogues oozing with maudlin emotions such as love and romance, did not come forth from the super-hunk.


In Wadia`s Krishnabhakt Bodana, Sheikh Mukhtar was the Lord`s devotee. In Bahen, he portrayed the role of Meena Kumari`s brother. His imposing personality fitted well into `period` films which dabbled in history. He played the role of Shahenshah Babar; went on to become Chengez Khan and then donned the mantle of Sher Afghan in Noor Jehan, a film which he produced. He was often teamed with Begum Para, the bewitching beauty of that era. The pair hit it off exceedingly well on the screen. For countless cinema aficionados, the Sheikh Mukhtar-Begum Para pair was a classic case of the beauty and the beast. With pint-sized Mukri, Sheikh Mukhtar had a successful celluloid partnership. Sheikh Mukhtar produced a string of Hindi films, such as Dada, Dara, Ustad Pedro, Toote Tare, Mr. Lambu, Annadaata, Mangu (with another beauty, Nigar Sultan), Do Ustaad, Noor Jehan, among others.


He wove into his films a variety of songs, from Bahaaron ke doli pe aaye hai jawaani, a romantic number from Annadaata, to naughty ditties, such as Dil ka yeh engine seeti bajaaye from Ustaad Pedro, and Namaste, Doctor Paro, hum ko bhi ek injection maaro. Sheikh Mukhtar`s pair of shoes, of twelve number size, (in Do Ustaad), summed up his big time existence. His role in this film was widely appreciated. Sheikh Mukhtar showcased his acting talents in the concluding scene of Do Ustaad when he holds his long-lost brother and son to his bosom.


Sheikh Mukhtar blew up his hard-earned money on Noor Jahan, his dream project. However, the `period` film bombed miserably at the box office. And with the film collapsed this mighty man. Debts began to pile up. Income Tax arrears kept multiplying in geometrical progression. Unable to resolve this crisis, Sheikh Mukhtar, who was adored in Bollywood for his integrity and for his firmness to keep vices of every variety at bay, fled to Pakistan with the alacrity of a small-time house burglar. He took with him the prints of his films. But, sadly, the Pakistan film industry offered him no succor. He kept running from pillar to post, visiting government offices with a plea that he be allowed to release his films. A broken man, Sheikh Mukhtar passed away between these fruitless visits. Noor Jehan, which was released in Pakistan after Sheikh Mukhtar died, kept the box office registers ringing with cash.


Memorable Films
(as Producer)
----------
Post-Partition India
----------
Toote Taare (1948)
Dada (1949)
Ustad Pedro (1951)
Dara (1953)
Mangu (1954)
Mr. Lambu (1956)
Do Ustad (1959)
Noor Jehan (1967)
----------



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Hulkerian Sheikh Mukhtar is my all time fav. HERO. wub.gif


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While messing around on the You Tube I came across this video with Sheikh Muktar in it.


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As kids we loved watching Shaikh Mukhtar' movie for we were assured that the evil would be punished and justice done. Besides, he was also shown as a restrained character, - and that added to our disappointment as to why he was not taking immediate action for knocking down the villians since, we knew, that he had in his power to do so. Also, it was very touching to watch the strong character sometimes exhibiting tender emotions and this really endeared him to the audience. In other words, when we watched his movie we were really looking out for his strong character and not physical cover.

I remember having watched his NOOR JEHAN when it was first released in Naaz Theatre in Bombay. The colour and canvas of the movie was fabulous. The SHARAABI SHARAABI YEH SAWAAN KA MAUSAM...or PADH GAYE JHOOLE... (I hope I'm quoting the right songs) were a treat to watch. How could that movie have failed to move the audience I wonder. Was it because it stuck to mostly to the original story. I don't remember the story at all that was shown in the movie. But then we do know the history that Noor Jehan was a married woman before she attracted Emperor Jehangir (Salim). It is also said that the attraction was fatal, since the husband was later removed at the instance of Jehangir. Of course these facts need to be verified. Having touched the historical aspects, Noor Jehan later married Jehangir and was known to run the Mughal empire at the time Jehangir used to be drowned in drinks. She was also the reason for Khurram's (later Shah Jehan) rebellion.
Anyway, coming back to Shaikh Mukhtar's NOOR JEHAN, this movie was a major flop. What a sad day that must have been in the life of this hunk! Yes, it's after this that he migrated to Pakistan. In Pakistan, NOOR JEHAN proved a success - the success which its producer could not reap.

I remember one poster showing Meena Kumari (a small kid) sitting atop the shoulder of Shaikh Mukhtar. I think the movie was Roti which had been released much before I was even born. I remember Ustadon Ke Ustad where he appears as a Madam twisting to the tune of Kishore Kumar's: SUNO JAANA SUNO JAANA. His expressions of annoyance are a treat to watch there.

May the soul of Shaikh Mukhtar find eternal peace!






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I too remember when i saw Ustadon ka ustad.. in Bangalore. When all used to flock to the latest English movies..i used to chase the Black and white gems.. smile.gif
What i remember is a Gentle Giant..who is so impassive in the most trying of moments. The ending where it is revealed that the Sauve Ashok kumar is the Villain and Shaikh Mukhtar as the Police officer...stunned me. Made me learn a lesson not to take people at face value... smile.gif

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QUOTE(ferrol @ Sep 19 2007, 11:29 AM) *

I found this information on internet. It is not mine and so cannot verify it but I think it is correct.

[b]Sheikh Mukhtar By Shireesh Kanekar


Hi Ferrol, thanks a lot for this nice write-up. Can you please indicate the link where you found this article by Shirish Kanekar ? I am looking for some of his articles.

Thanks in advance

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I too remember when i saw Ustadon ka ustad.. in Bangalore. When all used to flock to the latest English movies..i used to chase the Black and white gems.. smile.gif
What i remember is a Gentle Giant..who is so impassive in the most trying of moments. The ending where it is revealed that the Sauve Ashok kumar is the Villain and Shaikh Mukhtar as the Police officer...stunned me. Made me learn a lesson not to take people at face value... smile.gif



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Hi Parag,

I added that comment almost nine months back and I am not sure where I got it from.
Again a quick google gives me this site with same information but I am not sure if it is the original source.

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By the way, I think that was my first contribution to any thread on this Forum.

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Hi Ashwin, thank you so much for such a quick response. This article is a translation of the original article by Shirish Kanekar in Marathi from his book "Yaadon ki Baraat".

This book has lots of articles on various film personalities. I am looking for a few particular articles from this book. That is the reason why I enquired about the source.

Thanks once again

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