Urdu film

Parai Aag

Released date: Friday, 7 May 1971

Color: Black & White

Genre: Social film

Film company: Sadia Hameed

Made in Lahore

Box office: Flop

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    Parai Aag

    (Urdu - 1971)

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    Parai Aag

    (Urdu - 1971)
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    Parai Aag

    (Urdu - 1971)
    ActorsShamim Ara, Nadeem, Masood Akhtar, Asiya, Zamarrud, Sofia Bano, Qavi, Saqi, Asha Poslay, Tani, Meena Shori
    Director(s)Raza Mir
    Producer(s)Saadia Hameed
    Writer(s)Hameeda Jabeen
    Musician(s)Khawaja Khursheed Anwar
    Poet(s)Tanveer Naqvi, Habib Jalib
    Singer(s)Noorjahan, Naseem Begum, Irene Parveen, Mehdi Hassan, Rajab Ali
    CameraKamran Mirza
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    Music of film

    Parai Aag

    (Urdu - 1971)
    1.

    A Sham-e-Gham Bata Keh Sehar Kitni Door Hay..

    (Urdu)
    Singer(s): Mehdi Hassan
    Music: Khawaja Khursheed Anwar
    ,
    Poet: Habib Jalib
    ,
    Actor(s): Nadeem
    2.

    Main Nay Khud Apna Ghar Jalaya Hay..

    (Urdu)
    Singer(s): Noorjahan
    Music: Khawaja Khursheed Anwar
    ,
    Poet: Tanvir Naqvi
    ,
    Actor(s): Shamim Ara
    3.

    Makhmoor Jawani Ki Ada, Teray Liye Hay..

    (Urdu)
    Singer(s): Irene Parveen
    Music: Khawaja Khursheed Anwar
    ,
    Poet: Tanvir Naqvi
    ,
    Actor(s): Zamurrad
    4.

    Mil Geyi Aasman Say Zamin, Mujh Ko Aata Nahin Hay Yaqeen..

    (Urdu)
    Singer(s): Naseem Begum, Mehdi Hassan
    Music: Khawaja Khursheed Anwar
    ,
    Poet: Tanvir Naqvi
    ,
    Actor(s): Shamim Ara, Nadeem
    5.

    Mohabbat Ki Qasm Tum Ko, Yeh Waaday Wafa Karna..

    (Urdu)
    Singer(s): Noorjahan
    Music: Khawaja Khursheed Anwar
    ,
    Poet: Tanvir Naqvi
    ,
    Actor(s): Shamim Ara
    6.

    Mujh Say Tujh Ko Pyar Hay Kitna, Meri Jan Bata..

    (Urdu)
    Singer(s): Rajab Ali, Naseem Begum
    Music: Khawaja Khursheed Anwar
    ,
    Poet: Tanvir Naqvi
    ,
    Actor(s): Nadeem, Shamim Ara
    7.

    Zindagi Par Mujhay, Khawab Sa Hay Guman..

    (Urdu)
    Singer(s): Naseem Begum
    Music: Khawaja Khursheed Anwar
    ,
    Poet: Tanvir Naqvi
    ,
    Actor(s): ?


    Box office reports of film

    Parai Aag

    (Urdu - 1971)
    Lahore circuit

    Released date: Friday, 7 May 1971

    Film status: ?

    Weeks: ?

    Karachi circuit

    Released date: Friday, 7 May 1971

    Film status: Flop

    Weeks: 4/16 weeks




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