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Urdu film

Baap Ka Gunah

Released date: Tuesday, 9 July 1957

Eid-ul-Azha (1376hijri), Tuesday, July 9, 1957

Genre: Social film

Color: Black & White

Film company: Kemal Pictures

Made in Lahore

Box office: Average

Film director
Title role(s):
Debut:

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Main artists in film

Baap Ka Gunah

(Urdu - 1957)
Film credits of

Baap Ka Gunah

(Urdu - 1957)
ActorsMusarrat Nazir, Darpan, Nayyar Sultana, Saleem Raza, Asif Jahh
Director(s)Jafar Malik
Producer(s)Anwar Kemal Pasha
Writer(s)Hakeem Ahmad Shuja
Musician(s)Rasheed Attray
Poet(s)Saifuddin Saif, Saghar Siddiqi
Singer(s)Munawar Sultana, Zubaida Khanum, Kousar Parveen, Naheed Niazi, Munir Hussain
CameraRasheed Lodhi
Other's
Film songs in film

Baap Ka Gunah

(Urdu - 1957)
1.

Bars Rahi Hay Barsat Ray, Piya Aa Ja, Aaj Ki Raat Ray..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Kousar Parveen
Music: Rasheed Attray
,
Poet: Saifuddin Saif
,
Actor(s): ?
2.

Bhulana Na, O Sajna, Albalay, Jee Na Saken Gay Tum Bin Akelay..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Naheed Niazi, Munir Hussain
Music: Rasheed Attray
,
Poet: Saghar Siddiqi
,
Actor(s): ??
3.

Meri Ik Ada Dekhiye, Jo Ruk Jaye, Zamana Jhuk Jaye..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Zubaida Khanum & Co.
Music: Rasheed Attray
,
Poet: Saghar Siddiqi
,
Actor(s): ?
4.

Moray Khawabon Kay Raja, Aa Ja Ho Moray Khawabon Kay Raja..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Munawar Sultana
Music: Rasheed Attray
,
Poet: Saifuddin Saif
,
Actor(s): ?
5.

Sanjwa Hamaray, Basay Pardes, Raat Lai Hay Ghoonghat Mein..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Zubaida Khanum & Co.
Music: Rasheed Attray
,
Poet: Saghar Siddiqi
,
Actor(s): ?
6.

Tu Kya Janay Maa, Apni Pyari Beti Ko Tu Chhor Geyi Hay..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Kousar Parveen
Music: Rasheed Attray
,
Poet: Saifuddin Saif
,
Actor(s): ?
Box office reports of film

Baap Ka Gunah

(Urdu - 1957)
Lahore circuit

Released date: Tuesday, 9 July 1957

Film status: ?

Weeks: ?

Karachi circuit

Released date: Tuesday, 9 July 1957

Film status: Flop

Weeks: ?/11 weeks







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