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Urdu film

Dil Deevana

Released date: Friday, 25 August 1967

Genre: Social film

Color: Black & White

Film company: Shabab Productions

Made in Lahore

Box office: ?

Film director
Title role(s):
Debut:

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Main artists in film

Dil Deevana

(Urdu - 1967)
Film credits of

Dil Deevana

(Urdu - 1967)
ActorsDeeba, Syed Kemal, Munawar Zarif, Kemal Irani, Nasira, Zeenat, Tariq Aziz, Razia, Shahida, Tani, Asad Jafari, ChunChun, Chakram, Rasheed Zarif, Oma Devi, M.D. Sheikh, Zahoor Shah, Mehtab Bano, Akhtar Shad (Guests: Nanha, Ali Ejaz, Abbas Nosha)
Director(s)Shabab Keranvi
Producer(s)A. Hameed
Writer(s)Shabab Keranvi (dialogues: Shatir Ghaznavi)
Musician(s)Sohail Rana
Poet(s)Mushir Kazmi, Nazim Panipati, Shabab Keranvi
Singer(s)Mala, Irene Parveen, Ahmad Rushdi
CameraRasheed Chodhary
Other'sBackground music: Tasadduq Hussain
Film songs in film

Dil Deevana

(Urdu - 1967)
1.

Chahay Tu Nazren Chura Lay, Chahay Daaman Chhura Lay..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Ahmad Rushdi
Music: M. Ashraf
,
Poet: Shabab Keranvi
,
Actor(s): Kemal
2.

Deevana Hun, Albela Sa Parwana Hun, Main Teray Pyar Ka..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Ahmad Rushdi
Music: M. Ashraf
,
Poet: Nazim Panipati
,
Actor(s): Kemal
3.

Dil Deevana, Lay Aya Hay Dunya Kay Bazar Mein..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Mala
Music: Sohail Rana
,
Poet: Mushir Kazmi
,
Actor(s): Deeba
4.

Lakh Tu Ham Ko Bhulaye, Tu Kisi Ka Bho Ho Jaye..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Irene Parveen
Music: Sohail Rana
,
Poet: Shabab Keranvi
,
Actor(s): Deeba
5.

Mera Nikkal Geya Deevalia, Mera Bhook Say Par Geya Pala..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Ahmad Rushdi, Irene Parveen
Music: Sohail Rana
,
Poet: Mushir Kazmi
,
Actor(s): Munawar Zarif, Razia
6.

Taron Say Dugni Ho Teri Umriya, Yahi Hay Meri Dua..

(Urdu)
Singer(s): Mala
Music: Sohail Rana
,
Poet: Mushir Kazmi
,
Actor(s): Deeba
Box office reports of film

Dil Deevana

(Urdu - 1967)
Lahore circuit

Released date: Friday, 25 August 1967

Film status: ?

Weeks: ?

Karachi circuit

Released date: Friday, 25 August 1967

Film status: Flop

Weeks: ?/15 weeks

Main theatre: Koh-e-Noor cinema







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