Legendary Pakistani Actor, Director Zia Mohyeddin Passes Away at 91

Zia Mohiuddin

NewsToday: Zia Mohiuddin, a prominent actor, and director in Pakistani entertainment, died. Zia Mohiuddin, a well-known actor, TV personality, and respected director died in Karachi after a protracted illness. The 91-year-old iconic singer has recently been receiving treatment at a Karachi hospital. On June 20, 1931, Zia Mohiuddin was born in Faisalabad, Punjab. Early in his career, the renowned actor worked on stage and in theatre after receiving instruction at the Royal Academy in London of Dramatic Art. Zia Mohiuddin starred in the renowned movie "Lawrence of Arabia" after playing Dr. Aziz in the theatrical adaptation of EM's book "Passage to India" in 1960. He continued to be involved with theatre and appeared in Hollywood movies and innumerable plays.

He established the stage show "Zia Mohiuddin Show" on Pakistan Television when he arrived in the country in 1970. In 2003, the Pakistani government gave Zia Mohiuddin the Star of Distinction. He received the Hilal-e-Imtiaz from the President of Pakistan in 2012, and the Pakistani community in Dubai also gave him the Lifetime Achievement Award in 2017. The first movie made in Pakistan, Teri Yaad, was written and featured dialogue by Zia Mohiuddin's father, who also served as president of the National Academy of Performing Arts from the organization of organization. It should be noted that today after Zuhr prayer, Zia Muhyiddin's funeral prayer will be recited in Defense Phase 4 Imambargah Yathrab.

Sabahat Abid


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