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M.F. Hussain (1915–2011)


M.F. Hussain was born on September 17, 1915 in Pandharpur, Bombay Presidency, British India as Maqbool Fida Hussain. He was a writer and director, known for Through the Eyes of a Painter (1967), Gaja Gamini (2000) and Meenaxi: Tale of 3 Cities (2004). He was married to Fazila Bibi. He died on June 9, 2011 in London, England. See full bio »

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(age 95) in London, England, UK

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Gaja Gamini Writer
(2000)
Henna Art Department
(1991)

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 2012 Pehla Sitara (additional dialogue)
 2004 Meenaxi: Tale of 3 Cities (dialogue) / (story)
 2000 Gaja Gamini (written by)
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 2000 Gaja Gamini (installation designer - as M.F. Husain)
 1991 Henna (paintings: a tribute to Raj Kapoor, depicting "Henna" in line and color)
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 2000 Gaja Gamini
Painter (Introduction) (uncredited)
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 2008 Halla Bol (acknowledgment)
 2003 Tehzeeb (thank you for being there... always - as M.F. Husain)
 2000 Fiza (thanks - as M.F. Husain)
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 1997 Mohabbat
Self
 1991 Network East (TV Series)
Self
- Episode dated 7 December 1991 (1991) ... Self
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 2020 Seeroo Fi Al Ardh (Short) (completed)
Self
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Personal Quote:

Nothing is stopping me [from returning to India]; I can return tomorrow. But please know I remain an Indian painter whether I am painting in Paris, London, New York, or Qatar. (on his self-imposed exile)

Trivia:

When he was 18, he went to Mumbai (then Bombay) to pursue a career in film-making. But his first job was painting movie signboards. This experience helped him when he began creating murals and other large works. See more »

Trademark:

Uncombed mane of hair; usually went barefoot

Nickname:

The Picasso of India

Star Sign:

Virgo

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