Senior Director S Suleiman Has Died At The Age of 80

Senior Director S Suleiman Has Died At The Age of 80

Syed Suleiman alias S Suleiman, a senior director, and producer of the Pakistan Film Industry has passed away at the age of 80 after a long illness.

Suleiman’s wife Zarrin Panahin, a well-known actress, said that Suleiman had been undergoing treatment in a private hospital at different times for the past year. Two days ago, Suleiman’s condition worsened and today he passed away.

According to his wife, S. Suleiman’s funeral prayers will be offered in a private society on Friday.

The family says that the film director S. Suleiman had been suffering from kidney disease for a long time. S. Suleiman had paralysis for a long time and was also suffering from diabetes.

Film director S Suleiman was the younger brother of former actor Santosh Kumar and Darpan.

Born in Hyderabad, India, S. Suleiman’s first film, Gulfam, was released in 1961.

S. Suleiman has directed more than 60 films. The films made under his direction include Anari, Zeenat, Baji.

S. Suleiman’s other films include Wives, Love, Fire, Don’t Know, Lori, Your Face, My Eyes and Humanity.

As a director, his last released film was Very Good Dunya Very Bad People, released in 1998. In 2004, he directed Abdullah Kadwani, Salman Naini Talwala and Humayun Saeed’s personal drama serial Anna, which was released nationwide. Liked it very much. After that, under his direction, ‘Kachh Dil Ne Kaha’ was aired on TV in 2006.

S. Suleiman’s era will always be remembered as a successful and golden era of Pakistan’s film era.