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Published on Oct 29, 2013
A love-triangle romance with reformist overtones set partly in Bombay. Impoverished hero Chander (Surendra) and rich heroine Lala (Nurjehan) are childhood sweethearts separated when Lalas parents move to Bombay Later, Chander moves there when his rich friend Prakash (Zahur Raja) finds him work in a musical instruments shop.By then, Lata has become a famous poetess going by the name of Renu and is engaged to Prakash. Latas friend Basanti (Suraiya) falls in love with Chander but he remains true to his childhood girl and walks away into the sunset (with Basanti running after him). Although Mehboob made other triangular romances (Hum Tum Aur Woh, 1938; Najma, 1943 etc.), this film started his investigations of patriarchy, shown as masquerading under eternal values (of Anokhi Ada, 1948; Andaz 1949). The film deploys a strident rhetoric about class divisions, opposing poverty to eternal human (ist) values such as friendship and love. Languorous gesture and a romantically lit neo-classical decor are used to suggest feminity. Musical hits including Nurjehans best-known sogs, e.g. Awaz de kahan hai (with Surendra) and the solos Mere bachpan ke saathi Jawan hai mohabbat.
Director:Mehboob Khan Music:Naushad Main Cast:Surendra, Suraiya, Noor Jehan, Murad, Zahur Raja, Leela Mishra, Amir Banu, Bhudo Advani, Noor Mahal, Bibubai, Dewaskar, Anwari, N. Kabir, Ghulam Mohammad, Pinchoo Kapoor Genre:Romance Banner:Mehboob Productions Release:1946
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