Do Ansoo

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Do Ansoo
دو آنسُو
Directed by Anwar Kamal Pasha
Murtaza Gilani (assistant director)
Written by Hakim Ahmad Shuja (story)
Starring Ajmal
Gulshan Ara
Asif Jah
Santosh Kumar
Sabiha Khanum
Shah Nawaz
Music by Mubarak Ali
Distributed by Nobahar Films
Release date
  • 7 April 1950 (1950-04-07)
Country Pakistan
Language Urdu

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.[1] 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.[2] 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.


  1. ^, film Do Ansoo (1950) on Complete Index To World Film website, Retrieved 29 Dec 2015
  2. ^ [1], Pakistan's first Silver Jubilee film Do Ansoo (1950), Retrieved 29 Dec 2015

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