Pakistn Film Magazine in Urdu/Punjabi


Urdu film

Ulfat

Released date: Friday, 17 November 1967

Genre: Social film

Color: Black & White

Film company: Super Art Productions Ltd.

Made in Lahore

Box office: ?

Film director
Title role(s): Deeba
Debut:

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Main artists in film

Ulfat

(Urdu - 1967)
Film credits of

Ulfat

(Urdu - 1967)
ActorsDeeba, Habib, Rangeela, Saqi, Akhtar Abbas, Qavi, Nigar, ChhamChham, Farida, Noma, Sultana Iqbal, Fazi, Azar, Haroon Pasha, Pani Wakar, (Guest: Adeeb)
Director(s)M. Haziq
Producer(s)M. Rafi Akhtar
Writer(s)Haroon Pasha
Musician(s)Jami
Poet(s)Himayat Ali Shair, Izhar Jami, F.D. Gohar
Singer(s)Naseem Begum, Irene Parveen, Masood Rana
Cameraidris Lodhi, M.R. Ahmad
Other's
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Ulfat

(Urdu - 1967)
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Film songs in film

Ulfat

(Urdu - 1967)
1.

Chhanchhanchhan Nachun, Gaun Taranay Pyar Kay..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Irene Parveen
Music: Jami
,
Poet: Izhar Jami
,
Actor(s): Deeba
2.

Ham Nay Jo Mohabbat Ka Afsana Banaya Hay..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Irene Parveen
Music: Jami
,
Poet: F.D. Gohar
,
Actor(s): Deeba
3.

Ham Nay Nazar Uthai, Gardish Mein Jam Aye..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Naseem Begum
Music: Jami
,
Poet: F.D. Gohar
,
Actor(s): ?
4.

Hosh Mein Aa Dil, Teri Nahin Yeh Manzil..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Irene Parveen
Music: Jami
,
Poet: Izhar Jami
,
Actor(s): Farida
5.

Liye Chala Hay Dil Kahan, Ajeeb Hay Yeh Samaa..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Masood Rana, Irene Parveen
Music: Jami
,
Poet: Himayat Ali Shair
,
Actor(s): Deeba, Habib
6.

Mori Chhor Do Kalai, Sajna, Chhoro, Cheez Hay Parai Sajna..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Naseem Begum
Music: Jami
,
Poet: Izhar Jami
,
Actor(s): ChhamChham
Box office reports of film

Ulfat

(Urdu - 1967)
Lahore circuit

Released date: Friday, 17 November 1967

Film status: ?

Weeks: ?

Main theatre: Nageena cinema

Karachi circuit

Released date: Friday, 8 December 1967

Film status: Flop

Weeks: ?/11 weeks





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