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Jeeva (1995)

A young boy who is kidnapped by traffickers who abduct children for use as jockeys for camel racing.

Director:

Syed Noor

Writer:

Syed Noor
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Cast

Credited cast:
Babar Ali Babar Ali
Nadeem Baig ... Jeeva
Deeba Begum Deeba Begum ... (as Deeba)
Ghulam Mohiuddin Ghulam Mohiuddin
Neeli Neeli
Mustafa Qureshi Mustafa Qureshi
Resham Resham ... Jeeva 's daughter
Javed Sheikh
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Storyline

A young boy who is kidnapped by traffickers who abduct children for use as jockeys for camel racing.

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Action

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Country:

Pakistan

Language:

Urdu | Punjabi

Release Date:

3 March 1995 (Pakistan) See more »

Also Known As:

Lifesaver See more »

Filming Locations:

Turkey

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Production Co:

A.B. Films See more »
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Color:

Color
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Trivia

Jeeva (1995) celebrated its Platinum Jubilee at Pakistani cinemas in 1995 and was a mega-hit musical film with superb music by M. Arshad. See more »

Soundtracks

Jaanun Suun Zara, Palkain Tau Uthaa
Sung by Anwar Rafi
Lyrics by Saeed Gillani
Music by M. Arshad
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A nice attempt from Syed Noor
4 January 2007 | by siddiquikhSee all my reviews

This movie brought back literate/educated Pakistani viewer back to theatre (cinema). It's one of the Lollywood good movies and nice attempt of Syed Noor. The movie story is not powerful but the songs and the acting of Javed Sheikh and Nadeem let the viewers to be in their seats during the movie. Syed Noor shot this movie in Pakistan and Turkey. The movie depicted one of the touching issues of Pakistani people where Syed Noor showed some Pakistanis guys try to go Greece illegally for job and better future of their families through the sea and get slaughtered by men-traders/smugglers. Two songs, 'Janu Sun Zara…..' and 'Choo Kay Teray Man Ko Hawa….', of the movie were very popular during 1995 and 1996 and hit on 'Lollywood Top Ten' music chart for many week. The movies also included some of the religious sites of Turkey where the remains of popular Islamic personalities are on display for the public. Syed Noor is very talented write, director and producer in Lollywood world and always looked for new talents among teenagers and other experienced actors. He is also one of the directors of Lollywood industry who tried his best to bring back Pakistani viewers back in theaters (cinemas) during the era when every theatre (cinema) got converted to Shopping Mall by businessmen due to falling situation of film industry. Cheers. Khalid H. Siddiqui


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