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1924 -1947 Films

Showbiz Highlights of 1924-1947

As right from outset Lahore used to be a centre of all cultural activities. All sort of theaters were live like there at Bombay, Calcutta and Dehli and intellectual mind like Abdul Rasheed Kardar (A.R. Kardar), M. Ismail, M. Ajmal, Heeralal, Lala Yaqub, Master Ghulam Qadir were all very actively doing their bits for performing art. Due to the cultural, social dissimilarities and influence of Hindus on Bambay based film industry, people on this part of the sub continent specially in Lahore tried to establish their own separate identity. In 1908 a theater at Taxali was converted into a cinema and it was named Royal Talkies. Initially silent movies were screened here but still people main interest was towards theaters cause they used to provide the entertainment in their own language, culture and traditions. Alfred theater, Manik Shah Theater, Globe Theater, Prem Parchani, Natik Mandli, Jamadar Theater, Rehmat Theater, Punjab Performing Theatrical Company were the major theaters operational at that time at Lahore. In 1920, seven more cinemas were emerged that’s made eight cinemas ……Read more

Till 1931 movies were made in a silent mode, subsequently Talkie era started with the release of Alam Ara in Sub continent. Accordingly Heer Ranjha was first talkie Punjabi film produced at Lahore in 1932. From 1924 with the start of Daughters of Today by A. R. Kardar as lead role, till 1947 total 89 films were released comparing 12 Silent, 48 Urdu and 29 Punjabi movies. Details as per year is as under:-

A comprehensive detail of Lahore based films released before partition of Sub- continent (1947) is consolidated. The era started with the shooting of film Daughters of Today in 1924. Although these movies were very less in number as compare to the movies produced by Bombay or Calcutta due to some obvious reasons. But worth mentioning that in spite of meager / limited recourses and presence of all social pressures and bondages, producers and artists had formed not only the master pieces but also produced the legends like Master Ghulam Haider who was the one to recognized, mould and introduced two legends of music in sub continent i.e. Malika-e-Tarranum Noor Jahan and Lata Mangeshkar. Amongst other legends A. R. Kardar, Pran, M.Ajmal, M. Ismael, Heera Lal, Imtiaz Ali Taj, Master Ghulam Qadir, Jagdesh Sethi and many more are the actual product of Lahore. For further detailed information please visit Pak Film History:-

 

Summary of Films released in 1924-1947

Thirty Five films were released in 1924-1947, summary is as follow:-

Prior to the partition of sub continent, chronological summary of Lahore based (made) movies is appended below:-

Year

Silent

Urdu

Punjabi

Total

1924

0

1925

1

1

1928

2

2

1929

1

1

1930

8

8

1932

1

3

4

1933

1

1

2

1934

2

2

1935

4

1

5

1936

6

6

1937

3

2

5

1938

2

1

3

1939

3

3

6

1940

5

2

7

1941

4

8

12

1942

3

5

8

1943

4

4

8

1944

4

5

9

1945

7

1

8

1946

9

1

10

1947

18

18

Total

12

76

37

125

* Till 1931 movies were made in a silent mode, subsequently Talkie era started in 1931

 

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Films Released in 1924-1947

Chronological

1924 1925 1928 1929 1930 1932 1933 1934 1935

1936

1937

1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946

1947

1948

 

1924

Although cine world was introduced to Lahore but all the movies were either American, British or Bombay/Calcutta origin as such no local movie was made or released resultantly a large number of audience were more inclined towards the theater where traditional stories and tales were staged. So the dire need of local movies was also felt by the two enthusiastic of Bhati Gate of Lahore. These were Abdul Rasheed Kardar and M. Ismail, books cover artist and book writer by profession respectively. So they started their first publicity group and named it ARME Artists (AR for Abdul Rasheed and ME for Muhammad Esmail). They arranged a movie camera from Shankar Das photographer’s shop situated at Mall Lahore and made their first experimental movie in which Master Ghulam Qadir (Hero), M. Ismail (villain) and A. R. Kardar as side hero, performed as artists where as son of Shankar Das was the photographer. This first effort was encouraged by the people so both friends went to Bombay to gain more expertise in film making. Read more » 

 

 

1925

In 1925 Himansu Rai along with Justice Lahore High Court Mr. Justice Moti Lal Sagar and his brother Seth Prem Sagar established a new film company named Great Eastern Film Company and also laid foundation of Punjab’s first film studio, Punjab Film Studio. Great Eastern Film Company produced their first film The Light of Asia with collaboration of Emelca film company of Germany, this company has also an office in Dehli (India). This film was directed by Franz Osteen of Germany and story of the film was based on the life of Gautama Budh. The writer of the film Niranjan Pal basically had this idea for making a film on Gautama for last twelve years who derive the idea from a German Doctor Otto Heinreich’s advise. So Niranjan Pal took almost six months to complete the script of the film and wanted a German director to direct the film but was unable to find someone of his own choice. Then he met Charles Urban who took the film script from Niranjan and paid him five hundred pounds. Charles Urban hired the services of Floyd Martin Thorton as director of the film and decided to start the film shooting in summers of 1913. But it could not be matured because of the misunderstanding of directors of the film production company. Next year in 1914, world war l started so the complete Europe was affected resultantly this film idea went into the shelf until 1919 when Niranjan Pal made a film company in collaboration with United Kingdom under the chairmanship of UP Governer Lord Metson. Read more » 

Following film was Released in 1925

 

The Light of Asia

(Silent)

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1928

In 1928, Great Eastern Film Company produced another film The Love of a Mughal Prince  on a story written by Hakeem Ahmed Shujah, Seeta Devi as Anar Kali and Sawan Singh acted as Shehzada Saleem and film was directed by Prafulla Roi and Charo Roi. It was first costume film of Lahore which was made in Sheikhupura Fort. Love of Mughal Prince took two years in completion because of the financial constraints. Still this film was under completion, then Imperial Company of Bombay released their film Anar Kali which was directed by R. S. Choudhry and D. Blumoria and Salochna played the lead role in the film who were an adorable pair of the time. So Anar Kali did a box office business. On the other hand once The Love of a Mughal Prince  was released it did not do well because it was labeled as copy by the earlier released Anar KaliRead more » 

Films released in 1928

 

Daughters of Today

(Silent)

 

 

The Love of a Mughal Prince (Anar Kali)

(Silent)

 

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1929

In 1929, Roshan Lal Shori, A. R. Kardar and Luis herald attempted another film company with the name of Three United Players and started Unlucky Lovers but it was never completed due to financial constraints. So disappointed A. R. Kardar after seeing that announced films were neither being made nor completed, he separated himself from Three United Player and after selling his all belongings he made his own production house named United Players and also established a open air studios at Ravi road, Lahore. The first film produced at the Ravi Road Studios was Husan ka Daku or Mysterious Eagle. A. R. Kardar was the director himself as well as the leading male actor, M. Ismail played a supporting role. An American actress, Iris Crawford, also acted in the film. Famous artists like Faiz and M. Ismail made a very huge film posters and banner which were pitched in complete Lahore, especially a large banner was placed in Bhati Gate. Read more »

Films released in 1929

 

Mysterious Eagle (Husan Ka Daku

(Silent)

 

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1930

So the encouraged Kardar made another hit named Brave Heart (Sarfrosh) and Master Ghulam Qadir, Miss Gulzar, Rafiq Ghaznavi, M. Zahoor, Fazal Shah, Ahmed Din and Gul Hameed were in the main cast. Brave Heart (Sarfrosh) was released on July 30th, 1930. It was another big hit by A. R. Kardar. The success of this film gave a fresh energy to the complete film crew including A. R. Kardar. The earning of the film was rupees one thousand, one hundred seventeen, two aanas and six paaies.  Read more »

Films released in 1930

 

Brave Heart (Sarfrosh) 

(Silent)

 

 

Golden Dagger (Sunehri Khanjar)

(Silent)

 

 

Mysterious Bandit

(Silent)

 

 

Safdar Jang 

(Silent)

 

 

Shepherd King (Gudareya Sultan) 

(Silent)

 

 

Sweetheart (Qatil Katar) 

(Silent)

 

 

The Sarpant 

(Silent)

 

 

Wandering Dancer (Awara Raqasa) 

(Silent)

 

[Top]

1932

Film history and showbiz happenings of the year, Read more »

Films released in 1932

 

Heer Ranjha  

(Punjabi)

 

 

Pak Daman Raqasa 

(Urdu)

 

 

Pavitar Ganga 

(Urdu)

 

 

Radhay Shyam 

(Urdu)

 

[Top]

1933

Film history and showbiz happenings of the year, Read more »

Films released in 1933

 

Karama 

(Urdu)

 

 

Raja Gopi Chand 

(Punjabi)

 

[Top]

1934

Film history and showbiz happenings of the year, Read more »

Films released in 1934

 

City of Silence

(Urdu)

 

 

Vishnu Bhagti 

(Urdu)

 

[Top]

1935

Film history and showbiz happenings of the year, Read more »

Films released in 1935

 

Mirza Sahiba 

(Punjabi)

 

 

Qazaq Ki Larki 

(Urdu)

 

 

Sowarg Ki Seerhi (Satti Vimla) 

(Urdu)

 

 

Majnu 1935 

(Urdu)

 

 

Karwan-e-Hayyat 

(Urdu)

 

[Top]

1936

Film history and showbiz happenings of the year, Read more »

Films released in 1936

 

Akhri Ghalti 

(Urdu)

 

 

Ansooun Ki Duniya 

(Urdu)

 

 

Dehli Express 

(Urdu)

 

 

Paap Ki Nagri 

(Urdu)

 

 

Raiders of the Rail Road  

(Urdu)

 

 

Zun Murid 

(Urdu)

 

[Top]

1937

Film history and showbiz happenings of the year, Read more »

Films released in 1937

 

Din-o-Duniya 

(Urdu)

 

 

Jeewan Jeyoti 

(Urdu)

 

 

Gul Bakauli 

(Punjabi)

 

 

Sohni Mehinwal 

(Punjabi)

 

 

Suhag Ka Daan 

(Urdu)

 

[Top]

1938

Film history and showbiz happenings of the year, Read more »

Films released in 1938

 

Prem Yatra 

(Urdu)

 

 

Sassi Punnu 

(Punjabi)

 

 

Tarzan Ki Beti 

(Urdu)

 

[Top]

1939

Film history and showbiz happenings of the year, Read more »

Films released in 1939

 

Imperial Mail 

(Urdu)

 

 

Josh-e-Islam 

(Urdu)

 

 

Khooni Jadugar 

(Urdu)

 

 

Veer Kaisri 

(Punjabi)

 

[Top]

1940

Film history and showbiz happenings of the year, Read more »

Films released in 1940

 

Bhagat Surdas 

(Urdu)

 

 

Khazanchi

(Urdu)

 

 

Laila Majnu 

(Urdu)

 

 

Mard-e-Punjab 

(Punjabi)

 

 

Pagli 

(Urdu)

 

 

Poran Bhagt 

(Urdu)

 

 

Sohni Mehinwal 

(Punjabi)

 

[Top]

1941

Film history and showbiz happenings of the year, Read more »

Films released in 1941

 

Chambay Ki Kali 

(Urdu)

 

 

Chitra Bakauli 

(Urdu)

 

 

Choudhry 

(Punjabi)

 

 

Dulla Bhatti 

(Urdu)

 

 

Himmat 

(Punjabi)

 

 

Ik Musafar 

(Urdu)

 

 

Kurmai 

(Punjabi)

 

 

Mera Mahi 

(Punjabi)

 

 

Mubarak 

(Punjabi)

 

 

Perdesi Dhola 

(Punjabi)

 

 

Sehti Murad 

(Punjabi)

 

 

Yamla Jutt 

(Punjabi)

 

[Top]

1942

Film history and showbiz happenings of the year, Read more »

Films released in 1942

 

Gawandi 

(Punjabi)

 

 

Home Life 

(Urdu)

 

 

Khandan 

(Punjabi)

 

 

Mamta 

(Urdu)

 

 

Mangti 

(Punjabi)

 

 

Nishani 

(Punjabi)

 

 

Patwari 

(Punjabi)

 

 

Sepahi 

(Urdu)

 

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1943

Film history and showbiz happenings of the year, Read more »

Films released in 1943

 

Aadab Arz

(Urdu)

 

 

Gul Baloch 

(Punjabi)

 

 

Ik Musafir 

(Urdu)

 

 

Jangi Jawan 

(Urdu)

 

 

Poonji 

(Punjabi)

 

 

Ravi Par 

(Punjabi)

 

 

Veena 

(Punjabi)

 

 

Zamindar

(Urdu)

 

[Top]

1944

Film history and showbiz happenings of the year, Read more »

Films released in 1944

 

Bhai 

(Urdu)

 

 

Dasi 

(Punjabi)

 

 

Koel 

(Punjabi)

 

 

Nakhatu 

(Punjabi)

 

 

Panchhi 

(Punjabi)

 

 

Papi 

(Punjabi)

 

 

Sahara 

(Urdu)

 

 

Kalian 

(Urdu)

 

 

Watan Ki Pukar 

(Urdu)

 

[Top]

1945

Film history and showbiz happenings of the year, Read more »

Films released in 1945

 

Shukriya 

(Urdu)

 

 

Champa 

(Punjabi)

 

 

Dhamki 

(Urdu)

 

 

Ghulami 

(Urdu)

 

 

Kaisey Kahun 

(Urdu)

 

 

Ragni 

(Urdu)

 

 

Rut Rangeeli 

(Urdu)

 

 

Shiren Farhad 

(Urdu)

 

[Top]

1946

Film history and showbiz happenings of the year, Read more »

Films released in 1946

 

Aayi Bahar 

(Urdu)

 

 

Bindia 

(Urdu)

 

 

Chehra 

(Urdu)

 

 

Jhumkey 

(Urdu)

 

 

Kamli 

(Punjabi)

 

 

Paraye Deis Mein 

(Urdu)

 

 

Pujari 

(Urdu)

 

 

Rehana 

(Urdu)

 

 

Shehar Se Door 

(Urdu)

 

 

Zid 

(Urdu)

 

[Top]

1947

Film history and showbiz happenings of the year, Read more »

Films released in 1947

 

Aaj Aur Kal 

(Urdu)

 

 

Badnami 

(Urdu)

 

 

Barhen 

(Urdu)

 

 

Butt Taraash 

(Urdu)

 

 

Chheen Le Azadi 

(Urdu)

 

 

Deewani 

(Urdu)

 

 

Dekho Jee

(Urdu)

 

 

Director

(Urdu)

 

 

Farz

(Urdu)

 

 

Ik Roz 

(Urdu)

 

 

Kahan Geye 

(Urdu)

 

 

Khamosh Nighahen

(Urdu)

 

 

Neel Kamal

(Urdu)

 

 

Pagdandi 

(Urdu)

 

 

Papiha Re 

(Urdu)

 

 

Paro 

(Urdu)

 

 

R.C.

(Urdu)

 

 

Shalimar 

(Urdu)

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Alphabetical

Following films were Released in 1924-1947 (Alphabetical)

Film Year  Language
Aadab Arz 1943 Urdu
Aaj Aur Kal 1947 Urdu
Aayi Bahar 1946 Urdu
Akhri Ghalti 1936 Urdu
Ansooun Ki Duniya 1936 Urdu
Badnami 1947 Urdu
Barhen 1947 Urdu
Bhagat Surdas 1940 Urdu
Bhai 1944 Urdu
Bindia 1946 Urdu
Brave Heart (Sarfrosh) 1930 (Silent)
Butt Taraash 1947 Urdu
Chambay Ki Kali 1941 Urdu
Champa 1945 Punjabi
Chehra 1946 Urdu
Chheen Le Azadi 1947 Urdu
Chitra Bakauli 1941 Urdu
Choudhry 1941 Punjabi
City of Silence 1934 Urdu
Dasi 1944 Punjabi
Daughters of Today 1928 (Silent)
Deewani 1947 Urdu
Dehli Express 1936 Urdu
Dekho Jee 1947 Urdu
Dhamki 1945 Urdu
Din-o-Duniya 1937 Urdu
Director 1947 Urdu
Dulla Bhatti 1941 Punjabi
Farz 1947 Urdu
Gawandi 1942 Punjabi
Ghulami 1945 Urdu
Golden Dagger (Sunehri Khanjar) 1930 (Silent)
Gul Bakauli 1937 Punjabi
Gul Baloch 1943 Punjabi
Heer Ranjha 1932 Urdu
Himmat 1941 Punjabi
Home Life 1942 Urdu
Ik Musafar 1941 Urdu
Ik Musafir 1943 Urdu
Ik Roz 1947 Urdu
Imperial Mail 1939 Urdu
Jangi Jawan 1943 Urdu
Jeewan Jeyoti 1937 Urdu
Jhumkey 1946 Urdu
Josh-e-Islam 1939 Urdu
Kahan Geye 1947 Urdu
Kaisey Kahun 1945 Urdu
Kalian 1944 Urdu
Kamli 1946 Punjabi
Karama 1933 Urdu
Karwan-e-Hayyat 1935 Urdu
Khamosh Nighahen 1947 Urdu
Khandan 1942 Punjabi
Khazanchi 1940 Urdu
Khooni Jadugar 1939 Urdu
Koel 1944 Punjabi
Kurmai 1941 Punjabi
Laila Majnu 1940 Urdu
Majnu 1935 1935 Urdu
Mamta 1942 Urdu
Mangti 1942 Punjabi
Mard-e-Punjab 1940 Punjabi
Mera Mahi 1941 Punjabi
Mirza Sahiba 1935 Punjabi
Mubarak 1941 Urdu
Mysterious Bandit 1930 (Silent)
Mysterious Eagle (Husan Ka Daku 1929 (Silent)
Nakhatu 1944 Punjabi
Neel Kamal 1947 Urdu
Nishani 1942 Punjabi
Paap Ki Nagri 1936 Urdu
Pagdandi 1947 Urdu
Pagli 1940 Urdu
Pak Daman Raqasa 1932 Punjabi
Panchhi 1944 Punjabi
Papi 1944 Punjabi
Papiha Re 1947 Urdu
Paraye Deis Mein 1946 Urdu
Paro 1947 Urdu
Patwari 1942 Punjabi
Pavitar Ganga 1932 Punjabi
Perdesi Dhola 1941 Punjabi
Poonji 1943 Punjabi
Poran Bhagt 1940 Urdu
Prem Yatra 1938 Urdu
Pujari 1946 Urdu
Qazaq Ki Larki 1935 Urdu
R.C. 1947 Urdu
Radhay Shyam 1932 Punjabi
Ragni 1945 Urdu
Raiders of the Rail Road  1936 Urdu
Raja Gopi Chand 1933 Punjabi
Ravi Par 1943 Punjabi
Rehana 1946 Urdu
Rut Rangeeli 1945 Urdu
Safdar Jang 1930 (Silent)
Sahara 1944 Urdu
Sassi Punnu 1938 Punjabi
Sehti Murad 1941 Punjabi
Sepahi 1942 Urdu
Shalimar 1947 Urdu
Shehar Se Door 1946 Urdu
Shepherd King (Gudareya Sultan) 1930 (Silent)
Shiren Farhad 1945 Urdu
Shukriya 1945 Urdu
Sohni Mehinwal 1937 Punjabi
Sohni Mehinwal 1940 Punjabi
     
Sowarg Ki Seerhi (Satti Vimla) 1935 Urdu
Suhag Ka Daan 1937 Urdu
Sweetheart (Qatil Katar) 1930 (Silent)
Tarzan Ki Beti 1938 Urdu
The Light of Asia 1925 (Silent)
The Love of a Mughal Prince 1928 (Silent)
The Sarpant 1930 (Silent)
Veena 1943 Punjabi
Veer Kaisri 1939 Punjabi
Vishnu Bhagti 1934 Urdu
Wandering Dancer (Awara Raqasa) 1930 (Silent)
Watan Ki Pukar 1944 Urdu
Yamla Jutt 1941 Punjabi
Zamindar 1943 Urdu
Zid 1946 Urdu
Zun Murid 1936 Urdu

 

 

 

Language Wise

Films released in 1924-1947 (Language Wise)

  Silent Urdu Punjabi
S. No Film Year Film Year Film Year
1 The Light of Asia 1925 Pak Daman Raqasa 1932 Heer Ranjha 1932
2 Daughters of Today 1928 Pavitar Ganga 1932 Karama 1933
3 The Love of a Mughal Prince 1928 Radhay Shyam 1932 City of Silence 1934
4 Mysterious Eagle (Husan Ka Daku 1929 Raja Gopi Chand 1933 Vishnu Bhagti 1934
5 Brave Heart (Sarfrosh) 1930 Mirza Sahiba 1935 Qazaq Ki Larki 1935
6 Golden Dagger (Sunehri Khanjar) 1930 Gul Bakauli 1937 Sowarg Ki Seerhi  1935
7 Mysterious Bandit 1930 Sohni Mehinwal 1937 Majnu 1935 1935
8 Safdar Jang 1930 Sassi Punnu 1938 Karwan-e-Hayyat 1935
9 Shepherd King (Gudareya Sultan) 1930 Veer Kaisri 1939 Dehli Express 1936
10 Sweetheart (Qatil Katar) 1930     Ansooun Ki Duniya 1936
11 The Sarpant 1930     Akhri Ghalti 1936
12 Wandering Dancer (Awara Raqasa) 1930 Mard-e-Punjab 1940 Paap Ki Nagri 1936
13     Sohni Mehinwal 1940 Raiders of the Rail Road  1936
14     Yamla Jutt 1941 Zun Murid 1936
15     Choudhry 1941 Suhag Ka Daan 1937
16     Dulla Bhatti 1941 Din-o-Duniya 1937
17     Himmat 1941 Jeewan Jeyoti 1937
18     Mera Mahi 1941 Prem Yatra 1938
19     Perdesi Dhola 1941 Tarzan Ki Beti 1938
20     Sehti Murad 1941 Imperial Mail 1939
21     Kurmai 1941 Josh-e-Islam 1939
22     Gawandi 1942 Khooni Jadugar 1939
23     Khandan 1942 Bhagat Surdas 1940
24     Mangti 1942 Khazanchi 1940
25     Nishani 1942 Laila Majnu 1940
26     Patwari 1942 Pagli 1940
27     Gul Baloch 1943 Poran Bhagt 1940
28     Poonji 1943 Chambay Ki Kali 1941
29     Ravi Par 1943 Chitra Bakauli 1941
30     Veena 1943 Ik Musafar 1941
31     Dasi 1944 Mubarak 1941
32     Koel 1944 Sepahi 1942
33     Nakhatu 1944 Mamta 1942
34     Panchhi 1944 Home Life 1942
35     Papi 1944 Aadab Arz 1943
36     Champa 1945 Ik Musafir 1943
37     Kamli 1946 Jangi Jawan 1943
38         Zamindar 1943
39         Bhai 1944
40         Sahara 1944
41         Kalian 1944
42         Watan Ki Pukar 1944
43         Shukriya 1945
44         Dhamki 1945
45         Ghulami 1945
46         Kaisey Kahun 1945
47         Ragni 1945
48         Rut Rangeeli 1945
49         Shiren Farhad 1945
50         Aayi Bahar 1946
51         Bindia 1946
52         Chehra 1946
53         Jhumkey 1946
54         Paraye Deis Mein 1946
55         Pujari 1946
56         Rehana 1946
57         Shehar Se Door 1946
58         Zid 1946
59         Aaj Aur Kal 1947
60         Badnami 1947
61         Barhen 1947
62         Butt Taraash 1947
63         Chheen Le Azadi 1947
64         Deewani 1947
65         Dekho Jee 1947
66         Director 1947
67         Farz 1947
68         Ik Roz 1947
69         Kahan Geye 1947
70         Khamosh Nighahen 1947
71         Neel Kamal 1947
72         Pagdandi 1947
73         Papiha Re 1947
74         Paro 1947
75         R.C. 1947
76         Shalimar 1947

 

 

Debuts

Following Artists debut their film career in 1924-1947

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