Jahan tum wahan hum (1968 film)

Jahan tum wahan hum (1968 film)

Infobox Film
name = Jahan tum wahan hum

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director = Pervaiz Malik
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starring = Waheed Murad
Mehmood Ali
music = Robin Ghosh
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released = 8 November, 1968
runtime = approx. 3 hours
country = Pakistan
language = Urdu
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"Jahan tum wahan hum" is a blockbuster Pakistani Urdu black and white film directed by Pervaiz Malik. It casted Waheed Murad, Shabnam, Nirala, Rukhsana, Tamanna and Mehmood Ali.http://mazhar.dk/film/database/movies/waheedmurad_films.htm] It was a debut film of famous Pashto film actor Badar Muneer, who was introduced by Waheed Murad. [http://www.mazhar.dk/film/stars/heroes/60s.htm]


"JTWH" was released on 8 November, 1968 in Pakistani cinemas. The film completed 13 weeks on main cinema and 48 weeks on other cinemas of Karachi and, thus, became a superhit Silver Jubilee film.


The music of the film is composed by Robin Ghosh and the songs are written by Masroor Anwar. Playback singers are Ahmad Rushdi and Mala. [http://mazhar.dk/film/database/songs/waheedmurad_songs.htm] A list of the songs of the film is as follows:

*"Mujhe talash thi jis ki..." by Ahmed Rushdi and Mala
*"Usey dekha usey chaha..." by Ahmed Rushdi
*"Aye mere dil deewane..." by Ahmed Rushdi
*"Husn dekha jo tumhara to khuda yaad aya..." by Ahmed Rushdi


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