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Urdu film

Na Chhura Sako Gay Daaman

Released date: Friday, 14 March 1975

Genre: Social film

Color: Color

Film company: Shabab Productions

Made in Lahore

Box office: ?

Film director
Title role(s):
Debut:

...

Main artists in film

Na Chhura Sako Gay Daaman

(Urdu - 1975)
Film credits of

Na Chhura Sako Gay Daaman

(Urdu - 1975)
ActorsSaiqa, Rangeela, Aslam, Munawar Zarif, Nanha
Director(s)Nazar Shabab
Producer(s)A. Hameed
Writer(s)?
Musician(s)M.A. Shad
Poet(s)?
Singer(s)Noorjahan, Tasawur Khaum, Naheed Akhtar, Ahmad Rushdi, Masood Rana, Rajab Ali
Camera?
Other's
Film songs in film

Na Chhura Sako Gay Daaman

(Urdu - 1975)
1.

Galiyon Mein Bazaron Mein, Batein Teray Meray Pyar Ki..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Ahmad Rushdi
Music: M.A. Shad
,
Poet: ?
,
Actor(s): Rangeela
2.

Kaam Kar Lay Koi Kaam Kar Lay, Pyar Kar Lay Tu Pyar Kar Lay..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Rajab Ali, Masood Rana
Music: M.A. Shad
,
Poet: ?
,
Actor(s): ?
3.

Mera Dil Bhi Ho Geya Hay, Teray Pyar Mein Deevana..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Tasawur Khanum
Music: M.A. Shad
,
Poet: ?
,
Actor(s): Saiqa
4.

Mera Dil To Ho Geya Hay, Teray Husn Ka Deevana..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Ahmad Rushdi
Music: M.A. Shad
,
Poet: ?
,
Actor(s): Rangeela
5.

Once Upon A Time, Ek Thi Jan-e-Ghazal..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Ahmad Rushdi
Music: M.A. Shad
,
Poet: ?
,
Actor(s): Rangeela
6.

Shor, Shor, Shor Mach Geya, Dil, Dil, Dil Lay Geya..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Noorjahan
Music: M.A. Shad
,
Poet: ?
,
Actor(s): ?
7.

Tujh Ko Dil Mein..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Naheed Akhtar
Music: M.A. Shad
,
Poet: ?
,
Actor(s): ?
Box office reports of film

Na Chhura Sako Gay Daaman

(Urdu - 1975)
Lahore circuit

Released date: Friday, 14 March 1975

Film status: ?

Weeks: ?

Karachi circuit

Released date: Friday, 14 March 1975

Film status: Flop

Weeks: 2/19 weeks

Main theatre: Paradise cinema







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