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Genius of Jaidev – 43

‘Do Boond Paani’ (1971) was produced by Naya Sansar, and directed by Khwaja Ahmad Abbas. The subject matter of this social film is the problem of water scarcity in Rajashan. The star cast consists of Simi Grewal, Jalal Agha, Kiran Kumar, Madhuchanda, Prakash Thapa, Sajjan, Rasheed Khan, Pichoo Kapur, Amrit Oberoi, Ghanshyam, Hoor Banu, Asha, Mona, Anamika, Yunus Parwez, Tanya, Ravikant, Mehboob, Shankar, Bishan Khanna, Bhagwan Sinha, Hanuman, Ramzan, Maruti, Mohammad etc.
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“Devi” (1970) is a movie which was produced by Olympic pictures. A V Subramaniam and T M Kittu were the producers and the movie was directed by V Madhusudan Rao. The movie had Sanjeev Kumar, Nutan, Farida Jalal,Aruna Irani,Mehmood, Jagirdaar, Madan Puri, Mukri, Rehman, Manmohan krishna, Moppet suraj(aka sarika),Vishwa Mehra, Mallika, Lalita Pawar, Sulochana Latkar, Manorama, Lalita Kumari, Dina Gandhi aka Dina Pathak etc in it.
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This song can be put into several categories. This song narrowly misses from becoming a “movie opening song”. The song begins immediately after the credits disappear from the screen. Guru Dutt and Mala Sinha are just married and it is their suhaag raat. But Guru Dutt, instead of taking interest in his newly wedded bride, complains that he cannot get sleep because of her.
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There are many songs from the past which despite their obvius class did not become very popular. one can say that such songs were not quite meant for the masses. And those who appreciated such compositions were in a very small minority.
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If Nargis was “Mother India”, then who was “Miss India” ? Few people may be aware of it, but both these movies were released in the same year viz 1957. “Mother India” went on to become a timeless classic, whereas “Miss India” was forgotten. And interestingly, Nargis herself was in the lead role of “Miss India” too.
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“Swarg Narak” (1978) was a movie made by a South Indian production house who also published the popular children’s magazine “Chandamama”. At least I think so because I found the name of B Nagi Reddy in this movie as well in the “Chandanmama” magazine. And the plot of movies that this production house made were similar to the stories published in the magazine.
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Just a few days back, I had commented that Bollywood movie songs containing the word “Chaand” which were quite frequent till 1960 had become conspicuous by their absence in the later decades.
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