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Bengali/Urdu double version film

Millan

Released date: Friday, 4 December 1964

Genre: Social film

Color: Black & White

Film company: Millan Films

Made in Dacca, East Pakistan

Box office: Hit

Film director
Title role(s):
Debut:

Madam Noorjahan sang her song for just one rupee to show her sympathy to Rehman, who lost his leg in a car accident..

Main artists in film

Millan

(Bengali/Urdu double version - 1964)
Film credits of

Millan

(Bengali/Urdu double version - 1964)
ActorsDeeba, Rehman, Shaukat Akbar, Subhash Dutta, Shehanshah, Qazi Khaliq, Nazrul Islam
Director(s)Rehman
Producer(s)KumKum
Writer(s)Rehman, (also dialogues: Arshad Imam)
Musician(s)Khan Ataur Rahman
Poet(s)B.A. Deep (Basheer Ahmad), Suroor Barabankvi
Singer(s)Noorjahan, Firdousi Begum, Basheer Ahmad
CameraAfzal Chodhary
Other's
Film songs in film

Millan

(Bengali/Urdu double version - 1964)
1.

Koi Dil Mein Aa Kay, Muskara Geya, Apna Bana Kay, Dil Lubha Geya..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Firdousi Begum
Music: Khan Ataur Rahman
,
Poet: B.A. Deep (Basheer Ahmad)
,
Actor(s): Deeba
2.

Tum Jo Milay, Pyar Mila, Dil Ko Qarar Aa Geya..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Noorjahan, Basheer Ahmad
Music: Khan Ataur Rahman
,
Poet: B.A. Deep (Basheer Ahmad)
,
Actor(s): Deeba, Rehman
3.

Tum Salamat Raho, Muskarao Hanso, Main Tumharay Liye..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Basheer Ahmad
Music: Khan Ataur Rahman
,
Poet: Suroor Barabankvi
,
Actor(s): Rehman
4.

Woh Mujh Say Door Sahi, Meray Dil Say To Door Nahin..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Basheer Ahmad
Music: Khan Ataur Rahman
,
Poet: B.A. Deep (Basheer Ahmad)
,
Actor(s): Rehman
Box office reports of film

Millan

(Bengali/Urdu double version - 1964)
Lahore circuit

Released date: Friday, 4 December 1964

Film status: ?

Weeks: ?

Karachi circuit

Released date: Friday, 4 December 1964

Film status: Silver Jubilee

Weeks: ?/26 weeks

Main theatre: Reno cinema







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