Mohammad Ali passed away...
The legendry actor Mohammad Ali passed away on March 19, 2006.
Indian films Taj Mehal and Bride & Prejudice (which
was released as "Balley Balley") could not impress Pakistani cinegores and they
were totally flopped. But the classic film Mughal-e-Azam has
an average business in Pakistan's major Urdu speaking city - Karachi. This film
was flopped in the rest of the country. Distributors lost a huge amount
and therefore the release of other planned Indian films were postponed.
Singers: Famous singer Humaira Arshad composed music in her first film Gunahon
ka Shehar. Actors: Pashto top actor Shahid Khan appeared in his first Punjabi
film as hero in Mahi
(24 films; 6 Urdu, 4 Punjabi, 14 pashto)
Eid Days were controversial this year. 2006 had two Eid-ul-Azha for 1426 and
1427 hijri's and a single Eid-ul-Fittar for 1427 hijri. 10 films on Eid-ul-Azha, (1426 hijri) Friday,
January 11, 2006 3 Urdu films: (Pehla Pehla Pyar, Jism and Madam Diyaribaz) 2 Punajbi films: (Sharif
Gujjar and Athra) 5 Pashto films: (Ghulami
na manam, Dase rata mah gora, Yaar Bash, Ajzi loya Badshahi da and Dilbarey
Eid-ul-Fittar was celebrated on three different days on 23, 24 and 25 October
this year due to disagreement on Moon sighting. 10 films on Eid-ul-Fittar, (1427 hijri) Thursday,
October 23, 2006 3 Urdu films: (Tarrap, One two ka One & Gunahon
ka Shehar) 2 Punjabi films: (Pappu
Badmasha da & Pappu Gujjar) 5 Pashto films: (Zamin
ke Khuda (double version film) and Musafar, Pakhton
Yaar, Sabar Sha Zargiya, Bazor bachan
ghala bozam and Seh ba yaad sehte) 4 films on Eid-ul-Azha, (1427 hijri) Sunday, December
Eid-ul-Azha was only celebrated in NWFP and in the rest
of the country was January 1st, 2007. 4 Pashto films: (Akhar zarade kana Patter (Akhir dil hai na), Lak
dazarh patoka (Zara dil se puchho), Sozam peh
Angar (Aag par jal raha hun) and
Tata chao teil chhe yemin shah)
Saima Pictures Majajan
Released on: March 24, 2006
A blockbuster and great musical film of the decade...
Shaan plays Zill-e-Shah - an unhappily married man belonging to the
revered Syed clan who falls in love with a courtesan, Taari (Saima), when
she performs in his village. His wife (Madiha Shah) and family straightaway
condemn the budding relationship, thereby leading to a conflict that keeps
the audience entertained for three hours straight.
Director of this film Syed Noor married heroine Saima during this film.
This great film is still running and have
jubilee (100 weeks) in Lahore's cinemas. This film also
completed solo silver jubilees on its two main cinemas Metropole and Sozo
Gold in Lahore. This
film defeated three great Indian films Mughl-e-Azam, Taj
Mehal and Bride & Prejudice.
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Zulfiqar Ali and M. Arshad (back
ground music only)
Khawaja Pervez, Aqeel Rubi, Rukhasan
Azra Jehan sang all ten songs in this big musical film.
She is married to this film's music director Zulfiqar Ali and
is a relative of late Melody
Queen Madam Noor Jehan. Singer Saima Jehan is her daughter.
Watch & listen to film songs of Majajan
Ucha tera naam Moula, sacha
Ja we kacheya
Gharia, tera kiven karan eitbar...
Mitti ke Khadoney, ghari pall de
Jindri...ishq de dhage wich soch
samjh ke prohvin...
Dil dian lagian nu kon
janda, main jandi ya...
Chhaiti bohri ve Tabiba,
nain te Main mar geyi aa...
Ho geyi a sver ve, ja ve
hun Dhola, kall millan gi...
Dil vailey tere naa di tasbih,
baith ke jad main ...
Ve tun, neirhey neirhey wass ve
Kadi aa mil Dholna ve, haye main
te raat dinne...
? Productions Pehla pehla pyar
Released on: Eid-ul-Azha, January 11, 2006
Resham, Ali Tabish,
Zara Sheikh, Nadeem, Kanwal, Shakeela Hassan, Ali Sher, Mehrin, Ashar Khan,
Khushboo and Sajid Hassan
Producer & director
Irfan Ali Irfani
Ali Sufyan Afaqi
Syed Amir Lal
Yousuf Khan, Haris Qureshi
Saleem Ullah, B. Khan, Mubashar
? Productions Tarrap
(Urdu - Colour)
Released on: Eid-ul-Fittar, October 23, 2006
Lahore: ? (dead flop in Lahore but successful in Karachi)