Taleem E Balighan | Part 1 | Mehmood Ali | Subhani Ba Younus | Qazi Wajid | Razia Sultana

Taleem-e-Balighan (lit: Education for Adults) was a Pakistani social satire TV serial which first aired on PTV in 1966. It was written by Khawaja Moinuddin. It is considered one of the classics of Pakistani television by some TV critics.
The story revolves around a madrassa (school) where adults are provided an education in a satirical and humorous environment. It is based on Mohammad Ali Jinnah’s or Quaid-e-Azam’s 3 principles of ‘unity, faith and discipline’, that became an inspiring and effective slogan for the Muslim masses during the Pakistan Movement days around 1947. This national slogan has actually become a permanent foundation stone of the ‘Ideology of Pakistan’ and is frequently quoted, even in 2016, by the Pakistanis as a nation. It is also quoted on TV in this drama serial in comical situations. This satire was originally written for Radio Pakistan in the 1950s before the introduction of TV broadcasts in Pakistan in November 1964. It was then adapted for PTV and first broadcast in 1966.

Drama : Taleem E Balighan
Director : Agha Nasir
Writer : Khawaja Moeen Ud Deen
Cast : Mehmood Ali, Subhani Ba Younus, Qazi Wajid, Bukhtiar Ahmed, Qasim Jalali, Sheikh Mahboob, Sheikh Ali Ahmed, Razia Sultana <br> <h3>Auto Generated Captions</h3>

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