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Shabnam (1964)

A masked man attempts to foil attempts to replace the regions' queen with a look-alike.

Director:

Aspi Irani (as Aspi)

Writers:

Akhtar-Ul-Iman (dialogue), C.J. Pavri (story & screenplay)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Mehmood ... Khan Mustafa / Zingarro (as Mehmud)
L. Vijayalakshmi L. Vijayalakshmi ... Shehzadi Shubi / Shabnam (as L. Vijyalaxmi)
Sheikh Mukhtar ... Khalifa Haroon (as Shaikh Mukhtar)
Helen ... Sabha
Jeevan ... Sipeshala Zaber (as Jivan)
Mukri ... Gulfam
Shyam Shyam ... Omar
Mohan Choti ... Gul Guley
Jerry Jerry
Cuckoo Cuckoo ... Dancer / Singer (as Cukku)
Jeevan Kala Jeevan Kala ... Dancer / Singer (as Jivan Kala)
Fazal Khan Fazal Khan ... Afzal Khan
Uma Dutt Uma Dutt ... Wazir-e-alla
Suresh
Bismillah Bismillah ... (as Bismilla)
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Storyline

Khalifa Haroon instructs his daughter, Shabnam, to keep her face in a veil as she resembles Shubi, the region's Shehzadi. With soldiers under the command of Siparsala Zaber terrorizing the folks, a masked man comes out of nowhere to combat them, and people believe that he is the once-dead Zingarro. Shubi is displeased when she finally gets to meet her future husband, Khan Mustafa, as he is a cowardly buffoon. When Zaber finds out that he cannot control the Maharaja and the Wazir, he has the former imprisoned and the latter killed. When he is unable to influence Shubi, he has her kidnapped, and has Shabnam brought to the palace forcibly where he hopes to lure her to become the Shehzadi and marry him. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Country:

India

Language:

Urdu | Hindi | Arabic

Also Known As:

Dew Drops See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Super Pictures See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

Color:

Black and White | Color (part)
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Remade as Amitabh's Shahenshah. See more »

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Highly Musical
29 March 2005 | by pps007See all my reviews

The movie starring Mahmood has some of the best sung songs by Mohd Rafi. The move is more on the lines of Zorro. The story is about a Princes who has a look alike called Shabnam who happens to be a dancer/Rakasa as they were known. She is the daughter of Sheikh Mukhtar who favors the prices and knows about the his daughter being a look-alike of the princess. Mahmood is a Price is returning back to the kingdom and comes in as disguise of a meek person. At night he dons the Mask (Zinggaro) and fights the evil from the princess' court. There is a romantic angle between Mahmood and the Princess involving the famous song "Ya Habibi". Shabnam has a very good music by Usha Khanna. Sheikh Mukhtar is his usual powerful self.


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