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Published on Jul 30, 2015
Director:Kamal Amrohi Music:Jamal Sen Main Cast:Meena Kumari, Nasir Khan, Roopmala, Nana Palsikar, Pratima Devi, Kammo, Jankidas, Nisar Ahmad Ansari, Kumar, H. Prakash, Zarina Genre:Social Banner:Kamal Pics Release:1953 Amorhis least-known but most elegiac film. Sheetal (Kumari) is married to an old, ailing man repeatedly mistaken for her father. She has an affair with Sharan Kumar (Nasir Khan) and eventually commits suicide. From the outset, when the mismatched couple arrives at the dark, windswept scene where they will face their destiny, the symbol laden film deploys a baroque style of lighting with sparse dialogue and obsessive characters in the grip of their desires. As in Amrohis Mahal (1949), the soundtrack is exceptional, from the opening Mukhtar Begum bhajan introducing Sharan to Sheetal, to the hush marking Sharans fall from the balcony as the camera cranes over the crowded chaos below into Meena Kumari on a distant terrace. *.* I know... the end is approaching soon... I can feel the cold shudder of death in my veins ...But no ...I don't want to die to-day... not to-day. .
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Statutory Declaration: Contents of this Film,Scene,Song which was released, as per available sources now are in the public domain since the term of copyright has expired,under the copyright act 1957.