Film industry has a special place in the field of entertainment and like all other places there are best directors in Pakistan film industry. Though dotted by many renowned directors, Shoaib Mansoor is a well known writer and director. He has given some of the best films such as In the Name of God in 2007, Alpha Bravo Charlie in 1998 and Bol in 2011. In fact, his outstanding services have been adorned with Sitara-e-imtiaz and Pride of Performance by the Pakistan Government. Shoaib Mansoor was also awarded by Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, the PTV Life Time Achievement Award in November 2007.
Shoaib Mansoor is a well known name in the Pakistani television since 1980. He also gained popularity internationally for directing ‘Ankahi’ in 1982, ‘Fifty Fifty’, the class comedy series in 1980 and ‘Alpha Bravo Charlie’, the military fiction series in 1998. In 2007, he received for ‘Khuda Ke Liye’, Silver pyramid Award from the Cairo International film festival and in 2011 his film ‘Bol’ was given in IRDS Film awards the Best Hindi film award. He also is the recipient of Roberto Rossellini Award, Lux Style Award, Asia Pacific Screen Awards and London Asian Film Festival Award.
Syed Noor, is also one of the well known Pakistani film director. He is popular for making entertainment films and he has in his kitty some amazing big hits such as ‘Jeeva, Choorian and Deewane Tere Pyar Ke’.
Syed Noor brought the film editing software to Pakistan. He lives in Lahore, Pakistan. ‘Qasam’ was his directorial debut in 1992. This film brought phenomenal success and the other hits followed were ‘Jeeva, Hawaein, Sargam, Ghoonghat’ and many more. Syed Noor saw a new level of success with his blockbusters ‘Larki Punjaban, Choorian and Majajan’. He in partnership with Afzal M Khan, a British producer, have establish PAPA, the Paragon Academy of Performing Arts, aiming to introduce more of film making, acting and creativity among the Pakistani youth.