On Sunday, Iqbal Kashmiri Legendary Lollywood film director passed away after a sustained illness. The 78-year-old film director was buried on Monday.
According to the details, Iqbal Kashmiri was suffering from chronic kidney disease and just one week ago he was hospitalized in critical condition and stayed in an intensive treatment unit.
He has left 4 daughters and 2 sons in Sogoran.
Iqbal Kashmiri made his debut as a director in 1970 with the film Taxi Driver, which went on to become a commercial success and paved actor Yousaf Khan as a star. After its success, Kashmiri went on to direct Babal in 1971 and Banarsi in 1973, both had record-breaking numbers. Moreover, the director is also responsible for introducing the likes of Sultan Rahi and Munawar Zarif.
Through his career that crossed several decades, Kashmiri delivered a total of 84 films, in Urdu, Punjabi, and Pashto.
His notable films included; Zidi, Ghar Kab Aou Gy, Hum Aik Hain, Bhabi Diyan Churiyan, Mukhara, Jo Dur Gya Woh Mur Gya, and Sharif Badmash.