Filmi qawwali from a rare mysterious film
First Time appears to be an Urdu film produced in the late 60s-mid 70s. I’ve not been able to find any reference to it except for a few selections from the soundtrack.
Wazir Afzal was responsible for that soundtrack which includes a range of styles from straight ahead Pakistani folk-based songs to more westernised pop-like sounds. Based upon some of the titles and lyrics, as well as the album cover, the film’s storyline most likely revolves around a young woman’s struggle to lead a decent and dignified life. But along the way she is compelled to play roles and work in places she would rather not. No doubt a handsome sharif (respectable) man falls in love with her, then discards her through some misunderstanding but in the end, returns to her and they live happily ever after.
Afzal, a relatively minor musical figure in Pakistani films, was influenced by the folk music of Eastern…
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