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Sweetheart (Qatil Katar)

1924-1947 Films

1930

INA

Film Poster not available

Produced in 1930 Silent  Not Released

Next film which was released by United Players Corporation was Sweetheart (Qatil Katar). For heroine of the film, A. R. Kardar casted two dancing girls of Lahore Dancing Bazar, Sardar Akhtar and Bahar Akhtar. Bahar Akhtar played the role of heroine whereas Sardar Akhtar acted as vamp of the film. It is interested to mention here that during the shooting of the film A. R. Kardar developed affection with Bahar Akhtar which was terminated into their marriage which was not openly revealed. Subsequently the guardians of Bahar Akhtar launched kidnapping case against A. R. Kardar in the court but it was bounced back when she gave her confessional statement in the favour of A. R. Kardar and court rejected the case and he was unconfined. After release A. R. Kardar stopped the filming of Sweetheart (Qatil Katar) which was almost completed and burnt all the negatives of the film as heroine being his wife. On the other hand the guardians of his wife created an unavoidable environment for A. R. Kardar so he closed the United Players Corporation film company and shifted to Bombay along with his wife.

 

  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
   

 

Cast

Credited cast:

image not aval Bahar Akhtar
image not aval Sardar Akhtar

Complete credited cast: NC

 

Film Details with Crew

Released Date: Produced in 1930 but not released
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
Color:  Black & White  
Aspect Ratio: 4:3

   

Storyline

NC

 

 

Extra Links

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