Tariq Aziz (TV personality)
Tariq Aziz ( 28 April 1936 – 17 June 2020) was a Pakistani television have, film performer, known for PTV’s test show Neelam Ghar, first communicated in 1974, later renamed the Tariq Aziz Show and of late as Bazm-e-Tariq Aziz was known for his infamous line ” Dekhti Aankhon, Sunte Kaanon Tariq Aziz ka Salam”.Tariq Aziz did graduation from the Public authority School, Sahiwal. The astounding star kicked the can on seventeenth June 2020. He was the fundamental face to appear on television in Pakistan. He had also been a person from the Public Get together of Pakistan someplace in the scope of 1997 and 1999. The veteran expert was brought into the world on 28th April 1936, Jalandhar, and had a spot with an Arain family. He was the offspring of Mian Abdul Aziz.
1:Born: 28 April 1936 ( Jalandhar, Punjab, British India)
2:Nationality of Pakistani
3:Occupation: TV host, film actor
4:Years active: 1964–2020
5:Known For: Insaniyat 1967
6:Debut TV Series/Movie: Insaniyat (1967)
7:Salary: 4 Lac Par Show
8:Net Worth: USD $30 Million Approx
2:Why Is Everyone Talking About Career?
Tariq Aziz took the start of his calling at Radio Pakistan, Lahore. In November 1964, PTV started its first transmission from Lahore, Tariq Aziz was the individual who transformed into the PTV telecaster. A while later, he moved to the television screen and encouraged a couple of shows yet the show that transformed into his character was “Tariq Aziz Show”. This gave him business accomplishment. Also, he meets various colossal enormous names on the show. After some time, he set up his employment in the field of acting and he made a presentation film “Insaniyat” which was conveyed in the year 1967. In the film, he worked near to the acclaimed performer Waheed Murad and performer, Zeba. Thereafter, he worked in another film “Haar Gaya Insaan”. At that point, he did a combination of television ventures and morning shows. Also, he facilitated charitable tasks. From the 1960s to 1970s, Tariq Aziz acted in various motion pictures for which he got tremendous affirmation. Besides acting, he joined a political calling and joined PPP in 1970.
Family & Relatives
9:Father: Mian Abdul Aziz Pakistani (Awards Pride of Performance 1992)
10:Mother: Not Known
11:Brother(s): Not Known
12:Sister(s): Not Known
13:Married Status: Unmarried
15:Son(s): Ziad Aziz
16:Died: 17 June 2020 (aged 84)/Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
17:Known for: Neelam Ghar, Bazm-e-Tariq Aziz
18:Office: Member of National Assembly of Pakistan (1997–1999)
19:Spouse(s) : Hajira Tariq Aziz
20:Awards: Pride of Performance (1992)
3:You Will Never Believe These Bizarre Truth Of Achievements.
He moreover organized pledge drives for honorable aim purposes. Aziz in like manner acted in different Pakistani films in the last piece of the 1960s and 1970s in side-positions. One of his movies was Salgira (1969) which was a significantly productive melodic film and won two Nigar Grants for that year.