The Mischievous Boy

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The Mischievous Boy
Shum bola (1977 film).jpg
A poster in Uzbek
Directed by Damir Salimov
Written by Shuhrat Abbosov
Aleksandr Naumov
Music by Rumil Vildanov
Release date
  • 1977 (1977)
Running time
95 minutes
Country Uzbek SSR, USSR
Language Uzbek

The Mischievous Boy (Uzbek: Shum bola, Шум бола; Russian: Озорник, translit. Ozornik) is a 1977 Uzbek adventure film based on an eponymous story by Gʻafur Gʻulom. The film was directed by Damir Salimov and the screenplay was written by Shuhrat Abbosov and Aleksandr Naumov (II).[1] Shum bola is one of the most popular Uzbek films and has gained considerable acclaim both from Uzbek and foreign film critics.[2] The film stars Abduraim Abduvahobov as Qoravoy, a ten-year-old boy whose restless nature leads him to deal with different people and life situations.


  1. ^ "Ozornik: Info about the Film". Kinopoisk (in Russian). Retrieved 7 March 2012. 
  2. ^ "Abduraim Abduvahobov: A Star Fades Fast, So an Artist Needs to Be Humble". BBC's Uzbek Service (in Uzbek). 9 January 2012. Retrieved 7 March 2012. 

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