Shama (film)

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Shama
Directed by Sibtain Fazli
Produced by Sohrab Modi
Screenplay by K.B. Hakeem Ahmed Shuja
Story by K.B. Hakeem Ahmed Shuja
Starring Mehtab
Chanda Bai
Sadat Ali
Wasti
Ameem Banu
Abu Baqar
Anwari
Prakash
Music by Ghulam Haider
Cinematography S.D. Patel
Edited by D.D. Shirdhankar
Production
company
Minerva Movietone
Release date
Country India
Language Hindi/Urdu

Shama is a 1946 (pre-Independence) Bollywood film, directed by Sibtain Fazli,[1] starring Mehtab, Chanda Bai, Sadat Ali and Ameen Banu in lead roles.

Music[edit]

Ghulam Haider composed the music[1] for the film for playback singers, Shamshad Begum, Hamida Banu, Zohra Ambala and G. M. Durrani. Shams Lucknavi, Ehsan Rizvi and Shewan Rizvi wrote the lyrics.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Shama". www.upperstall.com. Retrieved 31 March 2012. 

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