Malangi (film)

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Malangi (Punjabi: ملنگی) is a 1965 Pakistani, biographical and a musical film directed by Rashid Akhtar and produced by Chaudhry Mohammad Aslam. Film starring actor Akmal, Shirin, Yousuf Khan, and Talish.This was a 'Golden Jubilee' film of 1965 and had super-hit film songs by the music director Master Abdullah.[1][2]

Malangi (1965 film)
Malangi Movie original poster
Directed byRashid Akhtar
Mohsin Jamali (Guests)
Rashid Abid
Arshad Multani
Written byChaudhry Mohammad Aslam
Screenplay bySikedar
Story byChaudhry Mohammad Aslam
Based onActual Historical Events (1924 British Raj)
Produced byChaudhry Mohammed Aslam
Yousuf Khan
Mazhar Shah
Munawar Zarif
Mohammad Ali
Aslam Pervaiz
Narrated byMian Rasheed Aslam
CinematographyMehmood A. Qazi
Moulvi Ghulam Mohammad
Edited byAli, Buki
Music byMaster Abdullah
Hazin Qadri, Master Abdullah
Noor Jehan, Masood Rana
Distributed byChaudhry Films (Pvt.) Ltd
Release date
  • 17 December 1965 (1965-12-17) (Pakistan)
Running time
160 minutes



Single picture sleeve
Single by Master Abdullah
ReleasedDecember 1, 1969 (1969-12-01)
StudioBari Studio - Pakistan
GenreFilm Soundtrack
LabelShalimar Records
Songwriter(s)Chaudhry Mohammad Aslam
Producer(s)Chaudhry Mohammad Aslam
Master Abdullah singles chronology
"Heer Ranjha"
"Imam Din Gohavia"

The music of the film is by famous musician Master Abdullah. The lyrics are penned by Hazin Qadri. Madam Noor Jehan and musician Master Abdullah became the demand of the box office after three mega hit musical films in the same year the others being Imam Din Gohavia


The score and soundtrack for Malangi was composed by Master Abdullah. Rashid Akhtar had worked on eight films with Master Abdullah and developed a rapport with him. The lyrics were by Hazin Qadri. The soundtrack consists of 8 songs and features vocals by

Track listingEdit

1."Khana De Khan Parohney"Masood Rana3:28
2."Balle Balle Bhaee Lokan Paahney Phull Uddia[1]"Nazir Begum & Irene Parveen3:30
3."Chad Kurriye Khayal"Nazir Begum & Irene Parveen2:52
4."Mahi We Sanu Bhul Na Jaaween [3][1]"Noor Jehan4:20
5."Uth Majhe Dya Sher Jawaanan"Masood Rana2:59
6."Channa Wey Charrh Kothay Tey Udeekan,Tey Aaja Tu[1]"Mala2:35
7."Suno Merey Sajno Tey Nalay Mitro, Hanion Tey Bailio[1]"Munawar Zarif & Master Abdullah3:20
8."Chad Challi Babla, Terian Mein Galian[1]"Mala3:49


  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l Malangi (1965 film) on Pakistan Film Magazine website Retrieved 14 June 2021
  2. ^ Sahar Iqbal (2 October 2019). "15 Pakistani Classic Movies You Must Watch! (scroll down to title Malangi (1965))". website. Retrieved 14 June 2021.
  3. ^ a b c Profile of actress Firous on website Published 13 June 2010, Retrieved 14 June 2021
  4. ^ Heer Ranjha icon Firdous Begum passes away at 73 Dawn (newspaper), Published 16 December 2020, Retrieved 14 June 2021

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