Noor Jehan and Sheikh Hassan in incomplete Pakistani film Tara (1949). If completed and released on time, Tara might have become Noor Jehan’s first film in Pakistan. However, with the continuous string of flop Urdu films during the formative period of Pakistani Film Industry, someone advised Shaukat Hussain Rizvi/Noor Jehan to produce and direct a film in Punjabi instead of Urdu. Chanway, a Punjabi film released in 1951 became Noor Jehan’s first released film in Pakistan and a very successful one. The rest is history. ... See more
Picture Details Date - 1949 Related Category - Pakistani Film Industry Caption - Noor Jehan and Sheikh Hassan in incomplete Pakistani film Tara (1949).
Hai yeh wohi aasmaan - A very popular solo from Char Chand (1953) sung by Talat Mahmood and composed by Naashad.
CHAR CHAND (1953) SURESH, SHYAMA, BHAGWAN, ALTAF, SHEIKH, MANJU, CUCKOO, GHULAM RASOOL Produced By: FINE ART FILMS Directed By: A.KARIM Music By: NASHAD SOCI...
Review of Hindi Film Char Chand (1953) - Starring Shyama, Suresh, Bhagwan, Cuckoo etc. Based on a theme of mistaken identities, the film skips from one hilarious situation to another to the enjoyment of the players as well as of the audience. Shyama plays a dual role as the stage star in love with a prince who is smitten by her charm and a village belle whose sweetheart is a country bumpkin. The two men are portrayed by Suresh, who plays the Rajkumar, and Bhagwan who swaggers off with the picture in his inimitable way.... READ MORE... ... See more
Char Chand (1953) Miscellaneous Information - Not Available. Songs List Review ONE of those gay, amusing pictures which derive much of their charm
Review of Hindi film Raj Ratan (1953) - Nirupa Roy, Ranjana, Jairaj, Ullhas, Sapru, Hiralal, Roopmala, Baby Tabassum, Trilok Kapoor. Based on Dumas’s thrilling novel, “The Three Musketeers,” the picture features Jairaj in the D’Artagnan role, Ranjana as his ladylove, Nirupa as the Queen, and Ullhas as the all-powerful Raj Guru—Richelieu in the book. Starring some of the most popular players we have, all veteran artists with years of film experience behind them, “Raj Ratan” is undeniably a poor picture and stereotyped... READ MORE... ... See more
Raj Ratan (1953) Miscellaneous Information - Not Available. Songs List Review A DOUBLY tragic flop, firstly because all pictures cost money and
Review of Hindi film Raahi (1953) - starring Dev Anand, Nalini Jaywant and Kate Sethi This is Nalini’s picture. Very much so, both by virtue of her highly sympathetic role, round which the plot revolves, as well as by the strong, purposeful and alluring portrayal she gives to it, dominating the film with a performance which sparkles from beginning to end. This must rank among her very best portrayals. Dev Anand, in a role which is poorly written and directed, manages by sheer good acting and a naturally pleasing personality to make the part effective. His portrayal of the young man with a split ego, drowning his healthy, normal instincts beneath a show of bullying brutality and succumbing finally to the exhilarating influence of the indomitable coolie girl whom he comes to love, is good. READ MORE... ... See more
Raahi (1953) Miscellaneous Information - Not Available. Songs List Review BASED upon a novel by Mulk Raj Anand depicting life among the workers in
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