Pakistn Film Magazine in Urdu/Punjabi


Urdu film

Koh-e-Noor

Released date: Friday, 21 October 1966

Genre: Action film

Color: Black & White

Film company: Ashfaq Films

Made in Lahore

Box office: Average

Film director
Title role(s):
Debut:

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Main artists in film

Koh-e-Noor

(Urdu - 1966)
Film credits of

Koh-e-Noor

(Urdu - 1966)
ActorsZeba, Sudhir, Allauddin, Saloni, Adeeb, Zahoor Raja, Rangeela, Shah Nawaz, Nighat Sultana, Razia, Asad Jafri, Farida, Sultan Rahi (xtra)
Director(s)Agha Hussaini
Producer(s)Khawaja Ashfaq
Writer(s)Raja Ghazanfar Ali, (idea: Zaheer Ahmad Naqsh, dialogues: Riaz Shahed)
Musician(s)Manzoor Ashraf
Poet(s)Fyaz Hashmi
Singer(s)Noorjahan, Naseem Begum, Mala
CameraRasheed Lodhi, Azhar Barki
Other's
Film songs in film

Koh-e-Noor

(Urdu - 1966)
1.

Al-Amman, 16van Hay Saal Mera, Kehta Hay Jahan Sara..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Mala, Naseem Begum
Music: Manzoor Ashraf
,
Poet: Fyaz Hashmi
,
Actor(s): ?
2.

Hay Teray Dam Say, Hay Teri Nazar-e-Karm Say.. Khush Amdeed..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Mala
Music: Manzoor Ashraf
,
Poet: Fyaz Hashmi
,
Actor(s): ?
3.

Ho Ho, Mehrban, Mehrban, Ham Peh Yeh Qismat..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Mala
Music: Manzoor Ashraf
,
Poet: Fyaz Hashmi
,
Actor(s): ?
4.

Meri Aarzoo Peh Shabab Hay, Yeh Khayal Hay Keh Shabab Hay..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Noorjahan
Music: Manzoor Ashraf
,
Poet: Fyaz Hashmi
,
Actor(s): ?
5.

Samjhatay Ghair Tum Ko, To Tum Say Pyar Kyun Kartay..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Mala
Music: Manzoor Ashraf
,
Poet: Fyaz Hashmi
,
Actor(s): ?
6.

Udasiyan Dil Mein Noha Gar Hayn, Keh Gham Mein Doobi Hui Faza Hay..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Noorjahan
Music: Manzoor Ashraf
,
Poet: Fyaz Hashmi
,
Actor(s): ?
Box office reports of film

Koh-e-Noor

(Urdu - 1966)
Lahore circuit

Released date: Friday, 21 October 1966

Film status: ?

Weeks: ?

Karachi circuit

Released date: Friday, 28 October 1966

Film status: Flop

Weeks: ?/19 weeks

Main theatre: Nishat cinema







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