Anuraag (1973 film)

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Directed by Shakti Samanta
Produced by Shakti Samanta
Starring Vinod Mehra
Ashok Kumar
Moushmi Chatterjee
Music by S. D. Burman
Release dates
1972 (1972)
Country India
Language Hindi

Anuraag is a 1972 Hindi film, directed by Shakti Samanta. The film stars Moushmi Chatterjee in her Hindi film debut and Vinod Mehra in lead roles. The then Shakti Samanta stalwart Rajesh Khanna, having earlier made Aradhana (1969) and Kati Patang makes a special appearance. The music is by S. D. Burman.

The film became a semi-hit, while doing extremely well in big cities.,[1] and won the Filmfare Best Movie Award for the year. It was later remade into the Telugu film "Anuraagaalu" (1975) with Sridevi in her first leading role. A. Bhimsingh also remade it in Malayalam as Raagam (1975).


A blind sculptor, Shivani (Moushmi Chatterjee) stays in an ashram and makes friends with a small boy (Satyajit), who is suffering from cancer. She falls in love with Rajesh (Vinod Mehra). Rajesh asks his parents to permit him to marry her, to which his mother agrees, but his father refuses under present condition. Then, an eye specialist reveals that an eye replacement would cure her.

Later, as a dying wish the young boy, donates his eyes to her thus granting her eyesight for the first time in her life.[2]



Studio album by S.D. Burman
1972 (India)
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Producer Shakti Samanta
S.D. Burman chronology
Tere Mere Sapne

The soundtrack of the film contains 5 songs. The music is composed by S.D. Burman, with lyrics by Anand Bakshi [3]

Track # Song Singer(s) Duration
1 Neend Churayi Chain Churaye Lata Mangeshkar 4:14
2 Ram Karay Babua Kishore Kumar 4:19
3 Sun Ri Pawan Pawan Purbaiya Lata Mangeshkar 3:33
4 Tere Nainon Ke Main Deep Jalaoonga Lata Mangeshkar, Mohd. Rafi 3:36
5 Mera Raja Beta Boojhe Ek Paheli Lata Mangeshkar
6 Title Music Theme

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