Shahenshah Jalaudin Akbar is the grandson of Babbar, and the son of Humayun. He is known to have ruled over Hindustan with a humane and just heart. He knew in order to garner the support of the Hindus, he must treat them sensitively, allow them to worship freely, and in order to maintain this peace,
|比娜·莱 (Bina Rai)||饰||Nadira|
|Pradeep Kumar||饰||Shehzada Salim|
|Ruby Mayer||饰||Rani Joda Bai (as Sulochana)|
|S.L. Puri||饰||Raja Man Singh|
- 声音混合： Mono (RCA Sound System)
|Filmistan (as Filmistan Ltd.)|
|其他||R.C.A. recorded on (as R.C.A. Sound System)|
- Before S.Mukherjee had started Anarkali, K.Asif's Mughal E Azam was already started but it was taking time and then also Kamaal Amrohi srarted a film with same subject with Meena Kumari, but then later, Kamaal Amrohi's film was shelved and he joined as a writer jn K.Asif's Mughal E Azam. S.Mukherjee started, completed and released his film Anarkali. Nasir Hussein had written Anarkali.
- Shammi Kapoor was signed for the film then dropped.
- Vasant Prakash began work as music director, but died having recorded just one song with Geeta Dutt. C. Ramchandra took over as composer and insisted not only that all songs be sung by Lata Mangeshkar but that the Geeta number be removed from the film. Although the Filmistan people agreed, the Geeta song stayed in the movie and was the famous "Aa Jaane Wafaa".