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Shahrukh Mirza (–2007)

Shahrukh Mirza was a writer and director, known for Rama O Rama (1988), Mashooq (1992) and Misaal (1985). He died on September 9, 2007 in Juhu, Mumbai, India. See full bio »

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Known For

Rama O Rama
Rama O Rama Writer
(1988)
Mashooq
Mashooq Writer
(1992)
Misaal
Misaal Writer
(1985)
Kasme Vaade
Kasme Vaade Writer
(1978)

Filmography

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 1992 Mashooq (written by - as Sharookh Mirza)
 1988 Rama O Rama (written by - as Mirza Brothers)
 1985 Sitamgar (screenplay - as Mirza Brothers) / (story - as Mirza Brothers)
 1985 Misaal (written by - as Mirza Brothers)
 1985 Rahi Badal Gaye (screenplay - as Mirza Brothers) / (story - as Mirza Brothers)
 1981 Dhanwan (screenplay & story)
 1978 Kasme Vaade (screenplay - as Mirza Brothers) / (story - as Mirza Brothers)
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 1992 Mashooq (as Sharookh Mirza)
 1991 Yaara Dildara
 1988 Rama O Rama (as Mirza Brothers)
 1985 Misaal (as Mirza Brothers)
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 1992 Mashooq (producer - as Sharookh Mirza)
 1988 Rama O Rama (producer - as Mirza Brothers)
 1985 Misaal (producer - as Mirza Brothers)
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 1985 Misaal
Shiv (as Sharukh Mirza)
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Mirza Brothers | Sharookh Mirza | Sharukh Mirza
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Trivia:

Father of producer Farhan Mirza. See more »

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