Pakistn Film Magazine in Urdu/Punjabi


Urdu film

Mann Ki Jeet

Released date: Friday, 1 December 1972

Genre: Social film

Color: Color

Film company: Shabab Productions

Made in Lahore

Box office: Average

Film director
Title role(s):
Debut:

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Main artists in film

Mann Ki Jeet

(Urdu - 1972)
Film credits of

Mann Ki Jeet

(Urdu - 1972)
ActorsShabnam, Nadeem, Ejaz, Sangeeta, Zarqa, Nanha, Farah Jalal, Qavi, Shahnawaz, Tani, Agha Dilraj, Meena Daud, Jalil Afghani, Naina
Director(s)Shabab Keranvi (also screenplay)
Producer(s)A. Hameed
Writer(s)Rasheed Sajid
Musician(s)M. Ashraf
Poet(s)Ehsan Danish, Taslim Fazli, Shabab Keranvi
Singer(s)Runa Laila, Mehdi Hassan, Nadeem
CameraRiaz Bukhari
Other's
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Mann Ki Jeet

(Urdu - 1972)
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Film songs in film

Mann Ki Jeet

(Urdu - 1972)
1.

Dinva Dinva Main Ginnu, Kab Ayen Gay Sanwariya..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Runa Laila
Music: M. Ashraf
,
Poet: Taslim Fazli
,
Actor(s): Shabnam
2.

Dosti, Paun Ki Zanjeer Bani Jati Hay..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Mehdi Hassan
Music: M. Ashraf
,
Poet: Ehsan Danish
,
Actor(s): ?
3.

Mitti Kay Khilonay Babu Lay Ja..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Runa Laila
Music: M. Ashraf
,
Poet: Ehsan Danish
,
Actor(s): ?
4.

O Mera Babu, Chhail Chhabeela, Main To Nachun Gi..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Runa Laila
Music: M. Ashraf
,
Poet: Shabab Keranvi
,
Actor(s): ?
5.

Sathi, Sath Nibhana Ray..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Runa Laila
Music: M. Ashraf
,
Poet: Taslim Fazli
,
Actor(s): ?
6.

Sayyan Jee Kay Naino Say Pyar Chhalkay..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Runa Laila
Music: M. Ashraf
,
Poet: Shabab Keranvi
,
Actor(s): ?
7.

Tumhen Kyun Na Chahen, Tumhen Kyun Na Poojen..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Nadeem
Music: M. Ashraf
,
Poet: Taslim Fazli
,
Actor(s): Nadeem
Box office reports of film

Mann Ki Jeet

(Urdu - 1972)
Lahore circuit

Released date: Friday, 1 December 1972

Film status: ?

Weeks: ?

Karachi circuit

Released date: Friday, 1 December 1972

Film status: Silver jubilee

Weeks: 7/29 weeks

Main theatre: Jubilee cinema







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