Muhammad Ali’s death anniversary on 19th
KARACHI: The 6th death anniversary of legendry film actor of Pakistan Muhammad Ali falls on Monday March 19. He had passed away on March 19, 2006 and was laid to rest in Lahore.
Muhammad Ali was born in a religious family in Rampure‚ India on April 19‚ 1931. His first film was Shakir, which was renamed as ‘Charagh Jalta Raha’, in which he chose to work as villain. However he got his breakthrough as one of the successful actors of his time through his film “Khamosh Raho” released in 1964.
His family had migrated soon after partition from India to Hyderabad, Sindh‚ and after some days‚ they moved to Multan. He joined school there in 7th class‚ then soon in 9th class due to his intelligence.
He passed Matric from Millat High School Multan and moved back to Hyderabad. His house was in a street near Firdous Cinema‚ Hyderabad.
He passed B.A. from City College Hyderabad. He got many prizes for best speaker.
His elder brother Irshad Ali was doing service as a broadcaster in Radio Pakistan Hyderabad‚ so Muhammad Ali also joined Radio Hyderabad as a broadcaster in 1956. Here he worked in Radio dramas and recorded many programs for children. (PPI)