Badnaam

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Badnaam
Directed by Iqbal Shehzad
Produced by Iqbal Shehzad
Written by Saadat Hassan Manto
Starring Allauddin
Nabeela
Neelo
Ejaz Durrani
Diljeet Mirza
Hamid Wain
Rangeela
Music by Deebo
Cinematography M. Sadiq
Distributed by Montana Films
Release dates
September 2, 1966
Country  Pakistan
Language Urdu

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

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 'hit' film.[1][2]

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

Music was composed by Deebo also known as Deebo Bhattacharya, film song lyrics were by Masroor Anwar

  • " Baday Be-Murrawwat Hain Yeh Husn Waalay, Kahin Dil Lagaanay Ki Koshish Na Karna"[3]
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

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1], film Badnaam (1966) on Pakistan Film Magazine website, Retrieved 4 Nov 2015
  2. ^ [2], film Badnaam (1966) on YouTube website, Retrieved 4 Nov 2015
  3. ^ [3], Soundtrack of film Badnam (1966) on IMDb website, Retrieved 4 Nov 2015

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