Motion Pictures Archive of Pakistan

Neela Parbat

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1969 Films


January 3, 1969 Urdu Flop




An other version of film poster of film

Ahmed Bashir produced and directed this classical art touching film which had the Adults Only tag certification mainly because of its story plot. As per the story
which revolves around a strange affectionate feelings that developed in the mind of stepfather about his adopted daughter.
Ahmed Bashir did it very well with bit of sensual taste and horror flavor. He used the running and background music with classical touch supported by beautiful lyrics by renowned lyricists.
It was a very unique idea which was never projected earlier in Pakistani cinema but unfortunately it was not well received by the majority of audience mainly because of its slow tempo and disproportionate usage of body language signals.



All possible details about the movie are appended below……. ………however looking foward for your input / information about this film, please.

Genre: Drama l Fiction Color: Black & White Run Time: NC



Credited cast:

husna Husna
 Muhammad Ali
image not aval Komal
 Kamal Irani
Talish4 Talish

Complete credited cast: NC


Film Details with Crew

Released Date: January 3, 1969
Production: Film Utopia
Producer: Ahmed Bashir
Director: Ahmed Bashir
Writer / Story: NC
Lyrics: Zahoor NazrPiyaranag QadirHafeez JhalandhriInsha Jee
Cinematography: NC
Music: Piyarang QadirAkhtar Hussian
Singers: Altaf MahmoodIsma AhmedAniqa BanoRoshan Ara BegumPiyarang Qadir

Noor Jahan

Nazir Begum

Talat Siddiqui

  1. Haye re dag mag doley jeewan nao (Zahoor Nazr) – Altaf Mahmood, Isma Ahmed (Music: Piyaranag Qadir)
  2. Kaisey samjhaon sarey jag ko chhor ke tum (Piyaranag Qadir) – Aniqa Bano (Music: Piyaranag Qadir)
  3. Chalatt pagg marag, naini sundari aik jhijhakat (Piyaranag Qadir) – Roshan Ara Begum, Piyarang Qadir, Isma Ahmed (Music: Piyaranag Qadir)
  4. Ghariyan aayen meet milan ki beet geyi tanhai (Zahoor Nazr) – Noor Jahan (Music: Akhtar Hussain)
  5. O dil tor ke jane waley, dil ki baat batata ja (Hafeez Jhalandhri) – Nazir Begum (Music: Piyaranag Qadir)
  6. Hum se baat karo Sanwareya, hum se piyar karo (Insha Jee) – Isma Ahmed (Music: Piyaranag Qadir)
  7. Hai Jumalo (Insrumental tune) – Talat Siddiqui (Music: Piyaranag Qadir)
  8. Putli Naach – Talat Siddiqui (Music: Piyaranag Qadir)


Technical Specifications

Language: Urdu
Genre: Drama l Fiction
Run Time: NC
Length: NC
Sound Format: Mono l Analogue
Color:  Black & White  
Aspect Ratio: Flat Lens, 4:3




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