List of Pakistani films of 1967

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A list of films produced in Pakistan in 1967 (see 1967 in film) and in the Urdu language:

1967[edit]

Title Director Cast Genre Notes
1967
Chakori Ehtesham Nadeem
Shabana
Drama Nadeem's debut film as an actor. The film was released on March 23, 1967 and had many super-hit film songs with music by Robin Ghosh.
Lakhon Mein Ek Raza Mir Shamim Ara, Ejaz Durrani, Chham Chham, Talish and Mustafa Qureshi, Ahmad Rushdi Romance
Musical
This film was based on a very sensitive topic of Hindu-Muslim love story. It was released on April 28, 1967. Film songs were written by Fayyaz Hashmi and superb music by Nisar Bazmi.
Dewar Bhabhi Hasan Tariq Rani, Waheed Murad, Lehri, Baby Najmi, Sabiha, Santosh Kumar Drama The film was released on May 5, 1967 and was a highly successful movie of 1967.
Insaniyat Shabab Keranvi Zeba Ali, Waheed Murad, Tariq Aziz, Nanna, Ali Ejaz, Razia, Sultan Rahi, Firdous Drama The film was released on February 24, 1967. This was a Golden Jubilee film of 1967.
Darshan Rehman Shabnam, Rehman, Mustafa Musical The film was released on September 8, 1967 and had superb music by Bashir Ahmed Deep (B. A. Deep)
Aag S. Suleman Zeba Ali, Mohammad Ali, Lehri Musical The film was released on November 3, 1967. Music by Nisar Bazmi.
Doraha Pervez Malik Shamim Ara, Waheed Murad, Deeba, Ibrahim Nafees, Talish Musical The film was released on August 25, 1967. Excellent music by Sohail Rana.
Nawab Sarajuddola Atia, Anwar Hussain
Ehsaan Pervaiz Malik Zeba, Waheed Murad, Nirala Musical Good music by Sohail Rana.
Phir Subah Hogi Deeba, Waheed Murad, Talat Siddiqi
Rishta Hai Pyar Ka Qamar Zaidi Zeba, Waheed Murad Musical
Chhote Sahib Shabana, Nadeem
Bahadur Musarrat Nazir, Darpan, Mohammad Ali
Suhagan Syed Kamal, Zeba
Hatim Tai Mohammad Ali, Saloni, Yousuf, Adeeb
Mere Bacche Meri Ankhain Deeba, Syed Kamal, Talat Siddiqi
Zinda Laash Khwaja Sarfraz Asad Bukhari, Habib, Deeba, Rehan Horror It was the first movie in Pakistan to be rated-X.
Shola Aur Shabnam Rukhsana, Sudhir, Darpan
Ghunahgar Husna, Habib, Allauddin, Saloni,

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