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Neeli


Neeli (born Neelofar, Multan, Punjab) is a Pakistani film actress who acted in both Urdu and Punjabi language films. She is love with Ali Raza.Ali belong to Punjab Gujrat

The director/producer Yunus Malik, a family friend, offered Neeli a role in a Punjabi film called Akhri Jang.

Sangeeta signed her for a role in the Urdu film Kasam Munne Kee. After that film, Sajjad Gul signed her up in his films Choron Ki Barat and Haseena 420. She starred in Madame Bavary in 1988 and had a double role in Kalay Chor.

Later, she was paired with Javed Sheikh, and together they starred in Sher Ali (1992), Khuda Gawah (1993), Mushkil (1995), Jeeva (1995), and Chief Saab (1996).

Mushkil, dealing with the subject of child labour, was Sheikh's debut as director.

After the decline of the Pakistani film industry in the early 2000s, Neeli gradually left the business.

Filmography

Year Film
2006 Dulhan banti hain naseeboan waliaan
2006 Kudyoon ko daley
2000 Ham Khilari Pyar Ke
2000 Meri Tauba
1999 Ishq Zinda Rahe Ga
1998 Very Good Duniya Very Bad Laug
1998 Insaaf Ho To Aisa
1998 Khalnaik
1998 Harjai
1998 Hathiara
1998 Dushman Da Kharak
1997 Mard Jeene Nahin Dete
1997 Karam Data
1997 Fareb
1997 Dil Tera Aashiq
1996 Dana
1996 Sakhi Badshah
1996 Chief Sahab
1996 Kurdion Ko Daley Dana
1996 Aao Pyar Karen
1995 Jeeva
1995 Mushkil
1995 Jo Dar Gaya Voh Marr Gaya
1995 Ham Nahin Ya Tum Nahin
1994 Nehla Dehla
1994 Pajero Group
1994 Aakhri Mujra
1994 Ziddi Gujjar
1993 Khuda Ghawah
1993 Aan
1993 Zamana
1993 Anhoni
1993 Farishta
1993 Wardi
1993 Yaadgar
1993 Be Taj Badshah
1993 Sheeda Talli
1993 Katwal
1993 Nadir Shah
1993 Nuri Bahadur
1992 Abdullah The Great
1992 Sher Ali
1992 Abida
1992 Parinday
1992 Dosti
1992 Daku Raj
1992 Sher Jang
1992 Pamela
1992 Abdullah The Great
1992 Mohabbat Ke Saudagar
1992 Dehshat Gard
1992 Lashkar
1991 Piar Aur Paisa
1999 Darindgi
1991 Darya Khan
1991 Bakhtawar
1991 Khatron Ke Khilari
1991 Teen Yakke Teen Chhakke
1991 Dolat Ke Pujari
1991 Saat Khoon Muaf
1991 Da Jurmunu Badshah
1991 Kaalay Chor
1990 Chann Badmuash
1990 Aakhri Takra
1990 Choran Di Rani
1990 Marshal
1990 Jailor
1990 Jangju Goreelay
1990 International Gorillay
1990 Insaanyat Ke Dushman
1989 Yamla Jatt
1989 Ameer Khan
1989 Allah Khair
1989 Toofani Bijlian
1989 Jang Hi Jang
1989 Madam Bawari
1989 Karmu Dada
1989 Rangeelay Jasoos
1989 Mera Challenge
1989 Sheran Di Maa
1989 Roop ki Rani
1989 Sarfarosh
1989 Jan Nisar
1989 Jaal
1988 Allah Dad
1988 Maasoom Gawah
1988 Jang
1988 Dilawar Khan
1988 Qatil
1988 Hesab Ketab
1988 Haseena 420
1988 Tohfa
1988 Maula Baksh
1987 Choron Ki Barat
1987 Bazi
1987 Lawa
1985 Bhoot Bangla
1985 Lady Reporter
1985 Aakhri Jung

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