Bengali/Urdu double version film

Nawab Sirajuddola

Released date: Thursday, 23 March 1967

Eid-ul-Azha (1386hijri), Thursdag, March 23, 1967

Color: Black & White

Genre: Biographical film

Film company: ?

Made in Dacca, East Pakistan

Box office: Hit

Title role(s):
Debut:

It was a double version film in both Urdu and Bengali languages and released on the same day, in both wings East & West Pakistan. Urdu version was succesful.

This film got special prize in a film festival in USSR in 1967.


    Main artists in film

    Nawab Sirajuddola

    (Bengali/Urdu double version - 1967)

    Film credits of

    Nawab Sirajuddola

    (Bengali/Urdu double version - 1967)
    ActorsAnwar Hossain, Anwara, Atia Chodhary, Khan Attaur Rehman, Badruddin, Tundra Islam, Touleeb, M.A. Khaliq
    Director(s)Khan Attaur Rehman Khan
    Producer(s)Khan Attaur Rehman Khan
    Writer(s)?
    Musician(s)Khan Attaur Rehman Khan
    Poet(s)Naqi Mustafa
    Singer(s)Firdousi Begum, Shehnaz Begum, Abdul Aleem
    Camera?
    Other's

    Music of film

    Nawab Sirajuddola

    (Bengali/Urdu double version - 1967)
    1.

    Be-Dardi, Dil Mein Teray Pyar Nahin..

    (Urdu)
    Singer(s): Shehnaz Begum
    Music: Ataur Rehman Khan
    ,
    Poet: ?
    ,
    Actor(s): ?
    2.

    Dil Dharakta Hay Reh Kar Bhi Aashiyanay Main..

    (Urdu)
    Singer(s): Firdousi Begum
    Music: Ataur Rehman Khan
    ,
    Poet: Suroor Barabankvi
    ,
    Actor(s): ?
    3.

    Do Kinaray Is Nadia Kay..

    (Urdu)
    Singer(s): Abdul Aleem
    Music: Ataur Rehman Khan
    ,
    Poet: ?
    ,
    Actor(s): ?
    4.

    Hai Yeh Aalam Tujhay Bhulanay Main..

    (Urdu)
    Singer(s): Firdousi Begum
    Music: Ataur Rehman Khan
    ,
    Poet: Suroor Barabankvi
    ,
    Actor(s): ?
    5.

    Tum Hi Say Hay Dua Meri Kamli Walay (Pbuh)..

    (Urdu)
    Singer(s): Firdousi Begum
    Music: Ataur Rehman Khan
    ,
    Poet: ?
    ,
    Actor(s): ?
    6.

    Yeh Yeh Aalam Tujhay Bhulanay Mein..

    (Urdu)
    Singer(s): Firdousi Begum
    Music: Ataur Rehman Khan
    ,
    Poet: ?
    ,
    Actor(s): ?


    Box office reports of film

    Nawab Sirajuddola

    (Bengali/Urdu double version - 1967)
    Lahore circuit

    Released date: Thursday, 23 March 1967

    Film status: ?

    Weeks: ?

    Karachi circuit

    Released date: Thursday, 23 March 1967

    Film status: Silver jubilee

    Weeks: ?/32 weeks

    Main theatre: Plaza cinema




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