Urdu film

Pehchan

Released date: Friday, 1 August 1975

Color: Color

Genre: Social film

Film company: F.A. Dossani Films

Made in Lahore

Box office: Super hit

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    Main artists in film

    Pehchan

    (Urdu - 1975)

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    Pehchan

    (Urdu - 1975)
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    Film credits of

    Pehchan

    (Urdu - 1975)
    ActorsShabnam, Nadeem, Sabiha, Qavi, Munawar Saeed, Shahnawz, Arsalan, Jamil Bismil, Khalid Nizami, Naini, Agha Shahi, Jalil Afghani, Rashid, Chakram, Imrozia, Mizla, (Guest: Nayyar Sultana)
    Director(s)Parvez Malik (also screenplay)
    Producer(s)Anis Dossani
    Writer(s)Jalil Afghani, (dialogues: Fyaz Hashmi)
    Musician(s)Nisar Bazmi
    Poet(s)Masroor Anwar
    Singer(s)Naheed Akhtar, Mehnaz, Mehdi Hassan, Ahmad Rushdi, Akhlaq Ahmad
    CameraSarwar Gul
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    Music of film

    Pehchan

    (Urdu - 1975)
    1.

    A Dil, Apna Dard Chhupa Kar, Geet Khushi Kay Gaye Ja..

    (Urdu)
    Singer(s): Akhlaq Ahmad
    Music: Nisar Bazmi
    ,
    Poet: Masroor Anwar
    ,
    Actor(s): Nadeem
    2.

    Allah Hi Allah Kiya Karo, Dukh Na Kisi Ko Diya Karo..

    (Urdu)
    Singer(s): Naheed Akthar
    Music: Nisar Bazmi
    ,
    Poet: Masroor Anwar
    ,
    Actor(s): Nayyar Sultana
    3.

    Apnay Say Lagtay Hayn Ankhon Ko Beganay..

    (Urdu)
    Singer(s): Naheed Akthar
    Music: Nisar Bazmi
    ,
    Poet: Masroor Anwar
    ,
    Actor(s): Shabnam
    4.

    Ham Nay Kiya Hay Pyar, Zamana Lakh Banay Deevar..

    (Urdu)
    Singer(s): Naheed Akhtar, Ahmad Rushdi
    Music: Nisar Bazmi
    ,
    Poet: Masroor Anwar
    ,
    Actor(s): Shabnam, Nadeem
    5.

    Mera Pyar Teray Jeevan Kay Sang Rahay Ga..

    (Urdu)
    Singer(s): Mehdi Hassan
    Music: Nisar Bazmi
    ,
    Poet: Masroor Anwar
    ,
    Actor(s): Qavi
    6.

    Mera Pyar Teray Jeevan Kay Sang Rahay Ga..

    (Urdu)
    Singer(s): Mehnaz
    Music: Nisar Bazmi
    ,
    Poet: Masroor Anwar
    ,
    Actor(s): ?
    7.

    O Meray Des Ki Baat Hay Nirali..

    (Urdu)
    Singer(s): Akhlaq Ahmad, Mehnaz
    Music: Nisar Bazmi
    ,
    Poet: Masroor Anwar
    ,
    Actor(s): Nadeem, Shabnam


    Box office reports of film

    Pehchan

    (Urdu - 1975)
    Lahore circuit

    Released date: Friday, 1 August 1975

    Film status: ?

    Weeks: ?

    Karachi circuit

    Released date: Friday, 1 August 1975

    Film status: Diamond jubilee

    Weeks: 27/121 weeks

    Main theatre: Nasheman cinema




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