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Khalique Ibrahim Khalique
1 February 1926
29 September 2006
Harris Khalique and Tariq Khalique
Khalique Ibrahim Khalique (Urdu: خلیق ابراہیم خلیق) (b. 1926 – d. 2006) was a Pakistani documentary filmmaker and writer.
Life and works
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Khalique Ibrahim Khalique was born in Hyderabad in 1926. He received his early education in Lucknow but was later sent to Lahore and graduated from Punjab University. He began his film career as a script and dialogue writer with Information Films of India, in 1945 after moving from Lahore to Mumbai. Later, he decided to settle in Karachi in 1953.
Khalique was a well-known early documentary filmmaker of Pakistan. His films were exhibited the world over including at Cannes, Paris, London, Berlin, Moscow, Leningrad, New York City and Beijing during the 1960s and ’70s, and he won more than 20 prizes including merit awards from international festivals, Tamgha-i-Imtiaz in 1969 and a Lifetime Achievement Award from Karafilm Festival in 2003. He was also a poet and writer of some merit, with a number of publ