Chakori

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For hill station in Uttarakhand, see Chaukori.
Chakori
Chakori.jpg
Nadeem Baig and Shabana in Chakori
Directed by Captain Ehtisham
Produced by Fazal Dossani & Mustafiz
Starring Nadeem Baig
Shabana
Mirza Shahi
Music by Robin Ghosh
Release date
  • 22 March 1967 (1967-03-22)
Country East Pakistan
Language Urdu

Chakori (Urdu: چکوری‎), is a Pakistani Urdu feature film. This film was released on March 22, 1967 on Eid-ul-Azha Day in Dhaka, East Pakistan (now Bangladesh). The film was directed by Captain Ehtisham.[1]It was Nadeem's and Shabana's debut film. The film ran for 81 weeks, and became a platinum jubilee film.

Cast[edit]

  • Nadeem - Anwer/Anu.
  • Shabana - Chakori.
  • Reshma,
  • Mirza Shahi - Professor Patle Khan Footpathia.
  • Mustafa, Dear Asghar,
  • Jalil Afghani,
  • Irfan.

Music[edit]

Robin Ghosh won the Nigar Award for Best Musician for this film.

Songs[edit]

Nigar Awards[edit]

Award Recipient
Best Film Producer: Mustafiz
Best Director Ehtisham
Best Script Atta Ur Rehman
Best Actor Nadeem Baig
Best Musician Robin Ghosh
Best Playback singer (Male) Mujeeb Aalam (for the song: "Woh Mere Saamne Tasveer Bane Baithe Hain"

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.citwf.com/film57403.htm, film Chakori (1967) on Complete Index To World Film website, Retrieved 27 Dec 2015

External links[edit]