Urdu film

Majboor

Released date: Monday, 24 January 1966

Eid-ul-Fitr (1385 hijri), Monday, January 24, 1966

Color: Black & White

Genre: Social film

Film company: Carvan Pictures

Made in Lahore

Box office: Average

Film director
Title role(s):
Debut: Mujeeb Alam, Jugnu

...


Main artists in film

Majboor

(Urdu - 1966)

Film credits of

Majboor

(Urdu - 1966)
ActorsShamim Ara, Santosh, Husna, Jugnu, Nasira, Diljeet Mirza, Rekha, Asha Poslay, G.N. Butt,
Director(s)Hassan Tariq (also screenplay)
Producer(s)Syed Atta Ullah Shah Hashmi
Writer(s)Shatir Ghaznavi
Musician(s)Tasadduq Hussain
Poet(s)Qateel Shafai
Singer(s)Mala, Naseem Begum, Irene Parveen, Nighat Seema, Mujeeb Alam
CameraM. Fazil
Other's

Music of film

Majboor

(Urdu - 1966)
1.

A Meray Haseen Chand, Meray Ghar Kay Ujalay..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Naseem Begum
Music: Tasadduq Hussain
,
Poet: Qateel Shafai
,
Actor(s): Shamim Ara
2.

Aaja Pyari Nindia, Aaja Chori Chori, Soye Mera Ladla..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Irene Parveen, Mujeeb Alam
Music: Tasadduq Hussain
,
Poet: Qateel Shafai
,
Actor(s): Shamim Ara, Santosh
3.

Aaja Pyari Nindia, Aaja Chori Chori, Soye Mera Ladla..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Mala
Music: Tasadduq Hussain
,
Poet: Qateel Shafai
,
Actor(s): Shamim Ara
4.

Dil Say Dil Mila Day, Dil Ko Ab Doorian Mita Day..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Mala
Music: Tasadduq Hussain
,
Poet: Qateel Shafai
,
Actor(s): Husna
5.

Ek Sunheray Gaon Main, Chand Ki Thandi Chhaon Mein..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Naseem Begum
Music: Tasadduq Hussain
,
Poet: Qateel Shafai
,
Actor(s): Shamim Ara
6.

Jawani Ka Zamana Ho, Jawani Ka Zamana Ho..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Nighat Seema & Co.
Music: Tasadduq Hussain
,
Poet: Qateel Shafai
,
Actor(s): Husna
7.

Malik 2 Jahan, Sun Meri Dastan, Ek Masoom Dil Ki Yeh Faryad Hay..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Irene Parveen
Music: Tasadduq Hussain
,
Poet: Qateel Shafai
,
Actor(s): Jugnu


Box office reports of film

Majboor

(Urdu - 1966)
Lahore circuit

Released date: Monday, 24 January 1966

Film status: ?

Weeks: ?

Karachi circuit

Released date: Friday, 3 June 1966

Film status: Silver jubilee

Weeks: ?/25 weeks

Main theatre: Jubilee cinema




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