|Directed by||Anwar Kamal Pasha
Murtaza Gilani (assistant director)
|Written by||Hakim Ahmad Shuja (story)|
|Music by||Mubarak Ali|
|Distributed by||Nobahar Films|
Do Ansoo, (Urdu: دو آنسُو; Two Tears) made in 1949 and released in Pakistan on 7 April 1950, was the first film to attain a silver jubilee status in Pakistan. Do Ansoo attained a 25-week viewing after being released on 7 April 1950, rendering it the first ever film to celebrate a silver jubilee in the new Pakistani film industry. Starring Santosh Kumar, Ajmal, Sabiha Khanum and Allauddin. It marked a directorial success for Anwar Kamal Pasha. The music was composed by Mubarak Ali, became an instant hit and Sheikh Lateef's Naubahar Films, as a result, got some recognition due to the film's success.
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