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Husn Ka Daku

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Cinematography  D. D. Dabke
Language  Silent
Director  Abdur Rashid Kardar
Country  British India
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Release date  1929 (1929)
Initial release  July 12, 1930 (Bhati Gate)
Cast  Abdur Rashid Kardar, M. Ismail, Ghulam Qadir, G. R. John, Iris Crawford, S. F. Shaw
Genres  Silent film, Action Film, Adventure Film

Husn Ka Daku is a 1929 action adventure silent film directed by A. R. Kardar. The film, also called Mysterious Eagle was made by Kardar's Playart Phototone. Kardar acted in this, his first production from Playart Phototone. Playart Phototone was a progression from United Player's Corporation, which he had set up in 1928. Husn Ka Daku was Kardar's debut directorial venture. It set the foundations for the Lahore film industry in the Bhati Gate area of Lahore. The director of photography was D. D. Dabke.

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The film starred A. R. Kardar and Gulzar in the lead, with the American actress Iris Crawford, M. Ismail, G. R. John and Ghulam Kadir forming the ensemble cast.

Cast

  • A. R. Kardar
  • M. Ismail
  • Iris Crawford
  • G. R. John
  • S. F. Shaw
  • Ghulam Qadir
  • Release

    The film saw its release at Deepak Cinema, in the Bhati Gate area of Lahore on 12 July 1930. According to Haroon Khalid the film collected "48 rupees, 6 anna and 3 paisa" in the first week.

    References

    Husn Ka Daku Wikipedia
    Husn Ka Daku themoviedb.org Husn Ka Daku IMDb


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