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Sangam (1997 film)

Sangam
Directed by Syed Noor
Produced by S B Hussain
Written by Syed Noor
Starring Resham
Shaan
Salim Sheikh
Sana
Music by Amjad Bobby
Release date(s) July 4, 1997
Country Pakistan
Language Urdu

Sangam is a Pakistani feature film in Urdu released in 1997, directed by Syed Noor starring Resham, Shaan, Salim Sheikh and Sana. It was a comeback movie for filmstar Shaan, and the first credited movie for actresses Resham and Sana. The plot tells the story of a patient who is bound to live in a glass-made room for all his life, but whose fate changes when he falls in love with a female pop-singer, Resham, for whom he breaks his glass-house, putting his life in danger, as he cannot breathe natural air. Sangam was a hit in Pakistan, and received the most prestigious National Awards for Resham as Best Actress, Shan as Best Actor and Syed Noor as Best Director.


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