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Pakistani television host

Born: 1936, Jalandhar, India

Died: June 17, 2020, Lahore, Pakistan

Parents: Mian Abdul Aziz

Television: Neelam Ghar TV Quiz Show

Education: Government Postgraduate College Sahiwal

KNOWN FOR Insaniyat 1967


FULL NAME: Tariq Aziz




BIRTHPLACE: Jalandhar, India

HEIGHT: 5 feet 11 inches (1.80 m)

WEIGHT: 80 kg (176 lbs)

CHEST: 42 inches

WAIST: 36 inches


BICEPS: 15 inches



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One of the heights of his career was famous quiz show Neelam Ghar on state run TV which was later renamed The Tariq Aziz Show (1997) and later Bazm-e-Tariq Aziz (2006).

Tariq Aziz was part of the inaugural team of presenters of PTV on the first day of its transmission on November 26, 1964.

The first day of TV transmission in Pakistan comprised of: a quiz show hosted by Ashfaq Ahmed, a song by Tufail Niazi and a long play starring Qavi Khan and Mehnaz Rafi.

The announcements were made by Aziz and Kanwal Naseer. He was born in Jalandhar on April 28, 1936.

After partition, his family migrated to Pakistan and settled in Sahiwal, where he received his primary education.

He also acted in 42 films from 1968 to 1988.

Around 33 of the films were in Urdu and the rest were in Punjabi, including a supporting role Insaniyat along with Zeba and Waheed Murad, and Haar Gaya Insaan.

Aziz was also actively involved in politics. He was a member of the National Assembly in the late 90s.

He was also known for his charity work for the destitute and poor.

The government of Pakistan had conferred him Pride of Performance award for his excellent services in 1992.

He was diabetic and according to his wife, he was taken to the hospital in the morning after he complained about feeling ill.

Aziz died on 17 June 2020 in Lahore, aged 84.