Punjabi film

Lai Lagg

Released date: Friday, 4 December 1964

Color: Black & White

Genre: Social film

Film company: B.A. Films

Made in Lahore

Box office: Flop

Film director
Title role(s): Allauddin
Debut: Alam Lohar

A great social film about Watta-Satta-marriages. Firdous with Ejaz and her brother Allauddin with Nasira - sister of Ejaz..!


    Main artists in film

    Lai Lagg

    (Punjabi - 1964)

    Film credits of

    Lai Lagg

    (Punjabi - 1964)
    ActorsFirdous, Ejaz, Allauddin, Nasira, Salma Mumtaz, Sawan, Zahoor Shah, ChunChun, Gulrez, Sikkedar
    Director(s)Khadim Mohayuddin, Nisar Malik
    Producer(s)B.A. Malik
    Writer(s)Sikkedar
    Musician(s)Master Inayat Hussain
    Poet(s)Tanvir Naqvi
    Singer(s)Noorjahan, Mala, Naheed Niazi, Najma Niazi, Irene Parveen, Fazal Hussain, Alam Lohar
    CameraM. Aslam Khan
    Other's

    Sound: Mashkoor Qadri

    Editor: A.K. Musarrat


    Music of film

    Lai Lagg

    (Punjabi - 1964)
    1.

    A Dharti 5 Daryawan Di, A Dharti..

    (Punjabi)
    Singer(s): Alam Lohar
    Music: Master Inayat Hussain
    ,
    Poet: Tanvir Naqvi
    ,
    Actor(s): Allauddin
    2.

    Ajj Gal Gal Tay Peyi Sang Away..

    (Punjabi)
    Singer(s): Mala
    Music: Master Inayat Hussain
    ,
    Poet: Tanvir Naqvi
    ,
    Actor(s): Firdous
    3.

    Bajray Di Roti, Makhan Da Peira..

    (Punjabi)
    Singer(s): Mala
    Music: Master Inayat Hussain
    ,
    Poet: Tanvir Naqvi
    ,
    Actor(s): Firdous
    4.

    Chuni Kesri Tay Gotay Dian Dharian..

    (Punjabi)
    Singer(s): Mala, Naheed Niazi, Najma Niazi, Irene Parveen & Co.
    Music: Master Inayat Hussain
    ,
    Poet: Tanvir Naqvi
    ,
    Actor(s): ??
    5.

    Poh Phut Peyi, Bujh Geye Taray, Keh Akhan Wich Raat Lang Geyi..

    (Punjabi)
    Singer(s): Noorjahan
    Music: Master Inayat Hussain
    ,
    Poet: Tanvir Naqvi
    ,
    Actor(s): Firdous
    6.

    Sun Sun Mattan, Ho Geye Jhallay, Kisi Di Gal Nu Na Mannay..

    (Punjabi)
    Singer(s): Alam Lohar
    Music: Master Inayat Hussain
    ,
    Poet: Tanvir Naqvi
    ,
    Actor(s): Allauddin
    7.

    Teinu Sohn Meri Laggay, Wadh Na Aggay..

    (Punjabi)
    Singer(s): Mala, Fazal Hussain
    Music: Master Inayat Hussain
    ,
    Poet: Tanvir Naqvi
    ,
    Actor(s): Firdous, Ejaz


    Box office reports of film

    Lai Lagg

    (Punjabi - 1964)
    Lahore circuit

    Released date: Friday, 4 December 1964

    Film status: ?

    Weeks: ?

    Karachi circuit

    Released date: Friday, 26 February 1965

    Film status: Flop

    Weeks: ?/10 weeks

    Main theatre: Jubilee cinema




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