|Directed by||Hrishikesh Mukherjee|
|Produced by||A.V. Meiyappan|
|Written by||Sachin Bhowmick
|Music by||Salil Choudhury|
|Editing by||R.G. Gope|
Chhaya is a Bollywood film directed by legendary director Hrishikesh Mukherjee. It released in 1961. The star cast include Sunil Dutt and Asha Parekh. Nirupa Roy won the Filmfare Best Supporting Actress Award.
A young and attractive girl, Sarita, lives with her wealthy father, aunt, cousin and maid. Her father hires a tutor to teach her with essay writing, named Arun. Arun and Sarita slowly fall in love, especially when she finds out he's a famous poet by the name of 'Rahee'. Her father is adamantly against the union because Arun is poor. He wants Sarita to marry the son of a wealthy man, Moti Lal. Furthermore, Sarita's aunt wants her to marry her nephew Ramu, also known as Romeo and gets him hired as Sarita's music tutor. Moti Lal then gets a letter saying that Sarita is not her father's legitimate daughter, and her birth, religion and caste are called into question.
The music for this movie was composed by Salil Chaudhury.
- Itna Na Mujhse Too Pyar Badha (sad) - Talat Mehmood
- Dil Se Dil Ki Dor Baandhe - Mukesh & Lata Mangeshkar
- Chham Chham Nachti Aai Bahar - Lata Mangeshkar
- Ankhon Mein Masti Sharab Ki - Talat Mahmood
These 2 songs are inspired by Mozart's Symphony No. 40 in G Minor KV 550
- Ansoo Samajh Ke Kyon Mujhe - Talat Mehmood
- Ya Keh De Hum Insaan Nahin - Mohd Rafi
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