Nasreen

July 2011

Nasreen (Senior), Nasreen (Junior) and Naseem Akhtar

By |July 17th, 2011|

A query by one of the readers prompted me to write this post. Here are few clarifications :-

1. Nasreen (Senior) – Salma Agha’s mother appeared in 2 films – Shah jehan (1946) and Ek Roz (1947). She migrated to Pakistan after independence and married […]

June 2011

Vintage Lux Beauties – Nasreen (1957)

By |June 30th, 2011|

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Miscellaneous Info – Introduced by Anwar Kamal Pasha in Gumnaam (1954), Pakistani starlet Nasreen appeared in numerous films made in 50s and 60s. She mostly played side /character roles in films. She is best remembered for her role as […]

May 2010

Nasreen in Deewana (1964)

By |May 16th, 2010|

Deewana was Lollywood’s second horror film. It was made way back in 1964 and took its inspiration from the Invisible Man and The Spiral Staircase. Sabiha was cast in the role of an insomniac and the film despite starting off with a certain amount […]

January 2010

Zinda Laash (1967)

By |January 4th, 2010|

In a day and age where even the mere mention of Lollywood elicits shudders of contempt, it is a relief to watch a resurrected classic Zinda Laash. Horror film buff and filmmaker Omar Khan decided to bring this desi gothic classic to life to […]

November 2009

Nasreen

By |November 8th, 2009|

Real name Zarina Agha, Nasreen was the daughter of actress Anwari and actor/music-director Rafique Ghaznavi, and mother of singing-star Salma Agha. She was cast as the leading lady in two pre-partition films Shahjehan (1946) and Ek Rooz (1947). She migrated to Pakistan after partition […]

Nasreen

By |November 7th, 2009|

Nasreen (not to be confused with Salma Agha’s mother Nasreen aka Zarina Agha) was introduced by Anwar Kamal Pasha as Sudhir’s sister in Gumnaam (1954). She played the lead in Shohrat (1957). Shohrat, directed by Nazir Ajmeri was based on social theme but did […]

September 2009

Nasreen in Zinda Laash (1967)

By |September 12th, 2009|

Nasreen trying to seduce Asad Bokhari in Zinda Laash (1967) – second horror film of Pakistan and the first one to be released with “Adults Only” tag.