Motion Pictures Archive of Pakistan

Mysterious Bandit

1924-1947 Films



Film Poster not available

Produced in 1930 Silent  Unreleased Film

Director and actor Nazir before joining the film industry was running a cloth shop in Kaisray bazar but he was having lot of affection for the film, finally sold the shop and joined the unit of A. R. Kardar. At that time A. R. Kardar had started his new film project Mysterious Bandit, Nazir debut his film career from this film. In other cast of the film Gul Hameed, Gulzar, Zahoor Shah, True Shah, M. Ismail and Nazir. But due to some reasons this film was unable to be released by Kardar. The heroine of the film Gulzar who was very good dancer and belonged to dancing bazar went back to Calcutta, disappointedly. A. R. Kardar invited Lailawati Devi from Bombay to cast her as heroine of his next film. Though she arrived but due to some unavoidable reasons she was not been able to work for Imperial Film Company. However she performed in theaters and people like her dancing performance. 


  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: Run Time: NC



Credited cast:

Gul Hameed
image not aval Miss Gulzar
image not aval True Shah
Zahoor Shah
Nazir Nazir
M. Ismail

Complete credited cast: NC


Film Details with Crew

Released Date: Produced in 1930 but remained Unreleased
Production: United Players Corporation
Producer: United Players Corporation
Director: A. R. Kardar
Writer / Story: A. R. Kardar
Editor: NC
Cinematography: NC
Music: Silent
Singers: Silent
Songs: Silent


Technical Specifications

Language: Silent
Genre: Drama l Fiction
Run Time: NC
Length: NC
Sound Format: Silent
Aspect Ratio: 4:3






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