Urdu film

Sacha Jhoota

Released date: Friday, 2 August 1974

Color: Color

Genre: Comedy film

Film company: Zafar Art Productions

Made in Lahore

Box office: Flop

Film director
Title role(s): Rangeela, Munawar Zarif
Debut:

Rangeela and Munawar Zarif in title roles..


    Main artists in film

    Sacha Jhoota

    (Urdu - 1974)

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    Sacha Jhoota

    (Urdu - 1974)
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    Film credits of

    Sacha Jhoota

    (Urdu - 1974)
    ActorsSaiqa, Rangeela, Munawar Zarif, Zarqa, Sufia Bano, Saleem Nasir, Allauddin, Najma Mehboob, Kemal Irani, Abbas Nosha, Akhtar Shad, Naina, Agha Dilraj, Seema, Adeeb
    Director(s)Zafar Shabab
    Producer(s)Zafar Shabab
    Writer(s)Shabab Keranvi, (dialogues: Riazur Rehman Saghar)
    Musician(s)M.A. Shaad
    Poet(s)Taslim Fazli
    Singer(s)Noorjahan, Robina Badar, Tasawur Khanum, Shazia, Ahmad Rushdi, Masood Rana
    CameraImtiaz Qureshi
    Other's

    Music of film

    Sacha Jhoota

    (Urdu - 1974)
    1.

    Aa Pyar Kar Lay, Iqrar Kar Lay, Dildar Meray Zara..

    (Urdu)
    Singer(s): Nayyara Noor
    Music: M.A. Shaad
    ,
    Poet: Taslim Fazli
    ,
    Actor(s): Sufia Bano
    2.

    Dilbar Dil Mein Samaa Geya, Chori Chori..

    (Urdu)
    Singer(s): Noorjahan
    Music: M.A. Shaad
    ,
    Poet: Taslim Fazli
    ,
    Actor(s): Saiqa
    3.

    Hey Mirza, Teri Sahiba Marr Gei..

    (Urdu)
    Singer(s): Ahmad Rushdi, Masood Rana
    Music: M.A. Shaad
    ,
    Poet: Taslim Fazli
    ,
    Actor(s): Rangeela, Munawar Zarif
    4.

    Ho Sajna, Ho Balma, Main Nay Dunya Ko Chhora..

    (Urdu)
    Singer(s): Noorjahan
    Music: M.A. Shaad
    ,
    Poet: Taslim Fazli
    ,
    Actor(s): Saiqa
    5.

    Lahore Mein Payel Chhankaun, Pindi Tak Pohnchay Chhankara..

    (Urdu)
    Singer(s): Nayyara Noor, Ahmad Rushdi
    Music: M.A. Shaad
    ,
    Poet: Taslim Fazli
    ,
    Actor(s): Zarqa, Munawar Zarif
    6.

    Loot Liya Ray Mann Chain Ray, Moh Say Nain Malai Kay..

    (Urdu)
    Singer(s): Tasawur Khanum
    Music: M.A. Shaad
    ,
    Poet: Taslim Fazli
    ,
    Actor(s): Saiqa
    7.

    Soch Samjh Kay Karna Babu, Dekho Mujh Say Pyar..

    (Urdu)
    Singer(s): Nayyara Noor
    Music: M.A. Shaad
    ,
    Poet: Taslim Fazli
    ,
    Actor(s): Saiqa


    Box office reports of film

    Sacha Jhoota

    (Urdu - 1974)
    Lahore circuit

    Released date: Friday, 2 August 1974

    Film status: ?

    Weeks: ?

    Karachi circuit

    Released date: Friday, 2 August 1974

    Film status: ?

    Weeks: ?




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