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Urdu film

Hamari Zuban

Released date: Friday, 10 June 1955

Color: Black & White

Genre: Political motivated film

Film company: Noor Films

Made in Karachi

Box office: Flop

Film director
Title role(s):
Debut: Rukhsana

This film was the first ever Karachi made film. "Baba-e-Urdu" Molvi Abdul Haq played a role in this political motivated film. Early, on April 22, 1954, Mr. Haq leads more than one lakh demonstrators against the decision of the Bengali Prime Minster of Pakistan Mohammad Ali Bogra to make Bengali the second national language of Pakistan. (Bengali was declared the second national language on May 7, 1954).

This film was only released in Karachi and was super flop - only one week on cinemas!


    Main artists in film

    Hamari Zuban

    (Urdu - 1955)

    Film credits of

    Hamari Zuban

    (Urdu - 1955)
    ActorsBeena, Sheikh Hassan, Laddan, Rukhsana (Rasheeda), Molvi Abdul Haq, Hashmat Ara, Sardar Akhtar, Bandu Khan, Atta Mohammad Qawwal
    Director(s)Sheikh Hassan
    Producer(s)M. R. Khan
    Writer(s)Sheikh Hassan (dialogues: Rasheed Ahmad Lashari, Rand Kaifi)
    Musician(s)Ghulam Nabi, Abdul Latif
    Poet(s)Dagh Dehlvi, Mir Anis, Agha Hashar Kashmiri, Hafiz Atta Mohammad, Rand Kaifi, Rasheed Ahmad Lashari
    Singer(s)Nazir Begum, Khursheed Begum, Bano
    CameraShoukat Abbas, Parvez Afzal
    Other's

    Music of film

    Hamari Zuban

    (Urdu - 1955)
    1.

    Aah Jati Hay Falak Par Rehm Lanay Kay Liye, Hat Jao Badlo..

    (Urdu)
    Singer(s): Khursheed Begum
    Music: Ghulam Nabi, Abdul Latif
    ,
    Poet: Agha Hashar Kashmiri
    ,
    Actor(s): ?
    2.

    Majnu Ishq Mein Lut Gey, Ghar Bar Bari Mushkil Hay..

    (Urdu)
    Singer(s): Khursheed Begum, Bano & Co.
    Music: Ghulam Nabi, Abdul Latif
    ,
    Poet: Hafiz Atta Mohammad
    ,
    Actor(s): ?
    3.

    Makin Hay Na Makan, Tarfa Ka Rukhsana Hua..

    (Urdu)
    Singer(s): Bano
    Music: Ghulam Nabi, Abdul Latif
    ,
    Poet: Mir Anis
    ,
    Actor(s): ?
    4.

    Piya Nahin Aye Sakhi Ri, Rah Takt Mori Thak Gein Akhian..

    (Urdu)
    Singer(s): Nazir Begum
    Music: Ghulam Nabi, Abdul Latif
    ,
    Poet: Hafiz Atta Mohammad
    ,
    Actor(s): ?
    5.

    Pyara Pyara Hay Din, Aaj Milay Hayn Sab Sath..

    (Urdu)
    Singer(s): Nazir Begum
    Music: Ghulam Nabi, Abdul Latif
    ,
    Poet: Rasheed Ahmad Lashari
    ,
    Actor(s): ?
    6.

    Pyari Zuban Urdu, Qoumi Zuban Urdu, Uncha Rahay Ga..

    (Urdu)
    Singer(s): Nazir Begum
    Music: Ghulam Nabi, Abdul Latif
    ,
    Poet: Hafiz Atta Mohammad
    ,
    Actor(s): ?
    7.

    Rukh Roshan Kay Aagay Sham Rakh Kar Woh Kehtay Hayn..

    (Urdu)
    Singer(s): Nazir Begum
    Music: Ghulam Nabi, Abdul Latif
    ,
    Poet: Dagh Dehlvi
    ,
    Actor(s): ?
    8.

    Teri Dunya Say Door, Buhat Door Chali Jaun Gi..

    (Urdu)
    Singer(s): Nazir Begum
    Music: Ghulam Nabi, Abdul Latif
    ,
    Poet: Rand Kaifi
    ,
    Actor(s): ?


    Box office reports of film

    Hamari Zuban

    (Urdu - 1955)
    Lahore circuit

    Released date: Friday, 10 June 1955

    Film status: ?

    Weeks: ?

    Karachi circuit

    Released date: Friday, 10 June 1955

    Film status: Flop

    Weeks: 1 week




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