Babar Javed is a Pakistani film director and producer. He has served as a producer and directer of worldwide famous such as Qaid-e-Tanhai, Meri Zaat Zarra-e-Benishan, Main Abdul Qadir Hoon, Mera Saaein, Bashar Momin Bashar Momin is a Pakistani serial. The genre of t >> Read More... , Aasmanon Pay Likha Aasmanon Pay Likha Hai is a Pakistani-Television s >> Read More... , Mor Mahal Mor Mahal is a fantasy based fictional Pakistani s >> Read More... and much more. All these series were under his own production house A&B Entertainment. The production house is co-owned by actor Asif Raza Mir Asif Raza Mir Is A Producer And Actor In Pakistani >> Read More... , who has now turned into a filmmaker and along with Javed even he keeps his interest in the direction of the series to put a good story in front of the audience. Javed has been honored with eight Lux Style Awards for his work as a director and producer. Recently in 2016, he was awarded his first ARY Film Award nomination for producing Manto a biopic in 2015.

Asif Raza Mir has an immense experience in the field of relating to media such as advertising, performing arts and production. He belonged to a creative background, his father Raza Mir, was a well-known filmmaker of Pakistan. His father was highly recognized, and his work was look up by many newcomers. He started his acting career in 1976. He received a good response from the audience one movie after the other. He was not just active in the big screen but even on the small screen. It is considered as he got home to home recognition because of his work on the small screen which was immensely liked by the audience. After that, he made an entry into the field of advertising. He started off with Midas and later formed Blazon in partnership. The company was a huge success. It even ranked in top ten companies with five years of its establishment.

In 2009, Babar founded a production house A&B Entertainment along with actor Asif Raza Mir, who has now turned into a filmmaker. The two were a good pair and produced projects for ARY Digital, Geo TV, and Hum TV. Their first project was Diya Jalay. The series featured Samiya Mumtaz Samiya Mumtaz is a Pakistani actress; she works in >> Read More... . It was a huge hit and was critically acclaimed and recognized by the audience as well. They became popular with most of the audience with the 2010 drama serial Meri Zaat Zarra-e-Benishan featuring Mumtaz. Umera Ahmed presented the serial. It was due to this serial that the two earned more appreciation and recognition as producer’s recognition. In 2013 the two came up with their production house with Geo TV for directing and producing the channel's projects.

Before their merger with Geo TV, they had worked with Geo Entertainment and ARY Digital and helped them with their projects which were highly recognized.

A&B Entertainment has given some good serial such as Dil Ne Kaha, Kis Din Mera Viyah Howay Ga, Kuch, Ishq Junoon Deewangi, Daagh, Khamoshiyan, Mera Saaein and much more.

B.R Panthulu Hindi Actor

B.R Panthulu

Boodgur Ramakrishnaiah Panthulu is well-known as B.R.Panthulu. He was a successful Actor and Director. He was also into production. He directed Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, and Hindi movies. He won many National awards and State awards for his films. He won “Afro-Asian Film Festival Award” for his most famous movie “Veera Pandiya Kattabomman”. Some of his legendary films include “Karnan” (1964), “Dil Tera Diwana” (1964). He is the director of the first color Kannada film “Sri Krishna Deva Rayalu”. B R Panthulu hails from Kuppam, India. He was a teacher by profession before entering  the film industry. He started his career as an Actor in the Kannada movie “Samsara Nauka” in 1936 featuring Rajamma, MadhavaRao, S.K. Padmadevi, and M.S. Madhava Rao. The movie’s story is adapted from a play by the “Chandrakala Nataka Mandali”. It unfolds the story of a man who rejects his grandfather’s wish and marries another woman and spends a troublesome life by achieving the favor of none of his in-laws. He finds himself accused of murdering the bride selected by his grandfather. His first debut in direction and production is “Thangamalai Ragasiyam” in 1957.He was famous for directing Kannada films like “School Master”, and “Sri Krishna Devaraya”. He directed 57 films in his lifetime, including all the South Indian languages, under the banner of “Padmini Pictures”. In 1957, Panthulu acted and directed the Tamil movie “Thangamalai Ragasiyam”, and it is also released in Kannada. In 1958, School Master was released, and it became an astonishing hit. It was produced as well as directed by him. It received “All India Certificate of Merit for Best Feature film”. Panthulu played the role of a School Headmaster in the movie. “School Master” is the first Kannada film to complete the 25-week run. He got signified as “Panthulu” through this movie only. In 1972, the movie was released in Telugu featuring NTR. This movie was remade in Malayalam and Hindi also.  “Veerapandiya Kattabomman” was released in 1959 featuring Sivaji Ganeshan. It was directed and produced by B. R.Panthulu. It received a “Certificate of Merit for Best Feature Film” in Tamil. It is also the first Technicolor Tamil film.  Panthulu produced and directed a Kannada film called “Kittur Chennamma” in 1962 featuring himself and Saroja Devi as Kittur Chennamma. Kittur Chennamma fought against the British East India Company and died in the year 1829. This movie got accolades as “Best Feature Film” in Kannada. In 1962, Panthulu directed a Comedy Hindi film “Dil Tera Deewana” starring Shammi Kapoor, Mala Sinha, Mehmood, Pran, and Om Prakash. Panthulu Produced and Directed a Tamil Socio-Fantasy film “Karnan”, which was released in 1964. The leading role was played by Sivaji Ganeshan. It unfolds the story of “Karna” from the epic “MahaBharata”. Due to its huge success, this movie was even released in Telugu and Hindi. It garnered the Certificate of Merit at the National Film Awards for the third Best Feature Film. Panthalu’s wife name is B.R.Andallammal. He has two children, B.R.Ravishankar and B R Vijayalakshmi. His daughter is “Asia’s First Woman Cinematographer”.  Panthulu died at the age of 64 in Bangalore, Karnataka, India. Another verison Boodgur Ramakrisnan Panthulu was born on 26th July, 1910 in Budaguru, Kolar, Chennai. He was a director, producer and actor who mainly worked for South-Indian Film Industry. He used to make films in many languages like Tamil, Hindi, Telugu and Kannada. He is well known for making films relating to the emotions of nationalism and patriotism, inspiring freedom. He converted Ma. Po. Si’s biography into a movie named “Veerapandiya Kattbomman” in which a local chieftain fought for is right of freedom from the British. He also directed a movie named “Kappollittiya Thamizhan” based on the story of follower of ‘Bal Gangadhar Tilak,’ who went against the British rule and fought hard for Indian Freedom. In the beginning, he was a teacher . He liked professional theater at that time so he joined a local theater group named “Candraala Nataka Mandali.” There he acted in various plays, some of them named as “Guleba Kaveli,” “Sadarame” and “Samsara Nauka.” He also worked in ‘Sri Krishna Garudi,” a play by Gubbi Veeranna. His own professional group was known as “Kalaseva Nataka Mandali.” His debut film as an actor was “Samsara Nauka” released in the year 1936, produced by H.L.N. Simha. In this movie the lead gets married to a girl against the wishes of his family and is boycotted by the community. As a result he is not supported even by his in-laws, becomes jobless and gets accused of killing the girl, whom his grandfather chose for getting married with. The film was the real adaptation of the play performed by his own theater group and was quite authentic. In the year 1950, he made a film in Tamil along with the film maker P. Pullaiah and Musician T.R. Mahalingam under a production house that was later named as Sukumar Productions. The name of the movie was “Macharekhai.” In the year 1954, he started his own production company named “Padmini Pictures” along with the writer P. Neelakantam. Their first film was “Kalyanam Panniyum Brahmachari.” His own banner went on to create landmark films and made many Kannada films namely “School Master” in the year 1958, “Kittur Chinnamma” (1961) and “Sri Krishnadevaraya” in the year 1970. He won the award of “Karnataka State Film Award For The Best Actor” for the role of “Timmarusu” for the movie “Krishnadevaraya” (Vijayanagra King). His directional debut was “Rathnagiri Rahasya” which was a huge success commercially. All in all he, in his lifetime, directed and produced 57 movies in each and every south Indian language. His biography was written by A.N. Prahalada Rao and was released in November, 2016. He dies on October 8, 1974, at the age of 64.