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Hindi/Urdu film from 1945

Ek Din ka Sultan

Released date in Lahore:

Film Company: Minerva Movietone

Released date: 1945

Language: Hindi/Urdu

Made in Bombay

Genre: Muslim story

Status: ?


Film director


Film credits of

Ek Din ka Sultan

(Hindi/Urdu - 1945)
ActorsMehtab, Wasti, Ghulam Mohammad, Sadiq Ali, A. Shah, Gori, Shantarin, Pratima Devi, Ghulam Hussain, Amir Bano
DirectorSohrab Modi
Producer'sSohrab Modi
WriterAgha Jani Kashmiri, (screenplay: K. Abdul Majeed, Adi F. Keeka)
Music directorRafiq Ghaznavi, Shanti Kumar, D Gadekar
Lyricists/poetsWali Sahib
SingersAmirbai Karnataki, G.M. Durrani
CinematogrpahyY.D. Sarpotdar
Other's
Film music of

Ek Din ka Sultan

(Hindi/Urdu - 1945)
1.

2 Tukray Kyun Kar Diye, Dunya Hay Ek Kahani..

(Hindi/Urdu)
Singer(s): ?
Music: Shanti Kumar
,
Poet: Wali Sahib
,
Actor(s): ?
2.

Falak Kay Chand Ka Ham Nay Jawab Dekh Liya..

(Hindi/Urdu)
Singer(s): G.M. Durrani
Music: Shanti Kumar
,
Poet: Wali Sahib
,
Actor(s): Wasti
3.

Gharibon Ki Dunya Jahan Say Nirali..

(Hindi/Urdu)
Singer(s): Amirbai Karnataki
Music: Rafiq Ghaznavi
,
Poet: Wali Sahib
,
Actor(s): Mehtab
4.

Ham Bahisht Kay Malik, Ham Jahan Kay Noukar..

(Hindi/Urdu)
Singer(s): ???
Music: Rafiq Ghaznavi
,
Poet: Wali Sahib
,
Actor(s): ???
5.

Ho Ho Khwaja Ajmeri, Rang Day Chunariya Meri..

(Hindi/Urdu)
Singer(s): ?
Music: D. Gadkar
,
Poet: Wali Sahib
,
Actor(s): ?
6.

Kisi Kay Koochay Mein Gardan Katanay Jatay Hayn..

(Hindi/Urdu)
Singer(s): G.M. Durrani
Music: Rafiq Ghaznavi
,
Poet: Wali Sahib
,
Actor(s): Wasti
7.

Meri Banni Ki God Hari, Maang Us Ki Hay Moti Bhari..

(Hindi/Urdu)
Singer(s): ?
Music: D. Gadkar
,
Poet: Wali Sahib
,
Actor(s): ?
8.

Saza Naseeb Nay Day Di Nazar Milanay Ki..

(Hindi/Urdu)
Singer(s): Amirbai Karnataki
Music: D. Gadkar
,
Poet: Wali Sahib
,
Actor(s): ?
9.

Tum Say Jo Sahib Salamat Ho Geyi, Un Say Mohabbat Ho Geyi..

(Hindi/Urdu)
Singer(s): Amirbai Karnataki
Music: Shanti Kumar
,
Poet: Wali Sahib
,
Actor(s): Mehtab








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