Badnaam

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Badnaam (1966 film)
Directed byIqbal Shehzad[1]
Produced byIqbal Shehzad
Written bySaadat Hassan Manto
StarringAllauddin[1]
Nabeela
Neelo[1]
Ejaz Durrani
Diljeet Mirza
Hamid Wain
Rangeela
Music byDeebo Bhattacharya[1]
CinematographyM. Sadiq
Distributed byMontana Films
Release date
  • 2 September 1966 (1966-09-02)
[2]
Country Pakistan
LanguageUrdu

Badnaam is a Pakistani film in Urdu language, released on 2 September 1966.[2]

Badnaam was adapted from Saadat Hasan Manto's short story Jhumkay ("Ear-rings") by screenwriter Riaz Shahid. The film was directed and produced by Iqbal Shehzad, in his debut as a film director. Badnaam's cast included Allauddin, Nabeela, Neelo, Ejaz Durrani, Diljeet Mirza, Hamid Wain and Rangeela, Zumurrud.This film celebrated its Silver Jubilee at the Pakistani cinemas in 1966 and was a box-office 'hit' film.[2][3]

Film's Music and super-hit songs[edit]

Music was composed by Deebo also known as Deebo Bhattacharya, film song lyrics were by film song lyricists Masroor Anwar, Tanvir Naqvi and Himayat Ali Shair.[2]

  • " Baday Be-Murrawwat Hain Yeh Husn Waalay, Kahin Dil Lagaanay Ki Koshish Na Karna"[4]
Sung by playback singer, Suraiya Multanikar.This mujra song was performed in the film by actress Zumurrud.
This run-away mega-hit film "mujra" song was mainly responsible for the film's box-office success in 1966.
  • "Abhi Tau Dil Mein Halki Si Khalish Mahsoos Hoti Hai, Bahut Mumkin Hai Kal Iss Ka Mohabbat Naam Ho Jaaey"
Sung by Masood Rana

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