|Directed by||Subodh Mukherjee|
|Produced by||Sashadhar Mukherjee|
|Written by||Nasir Hussain|
|Music by||S.D. Burman|
Munimji (English: Clerk) is a 1955 Indian Hindi movie. Story Idea By Ranjan Screenplay by Nasir Hussain,Dialogues by Nasir Hussain and Qamar Jalalabadi, it starred Dev Anand and Nalini Jaywant as the lead couple. Pran played the villain in the film. It also starred Ameeta and Nirupa Roy. The team of Mukherjee, Nasir Hussain, Dev Anand and music director S.D. Burman later got together to produce another movie, Paying Guest, in 1957. The song "Jeevan Ke Safar Mein Rahi," sung by Kishore Kumar, became a super hit.
Roopa lives a wealthy lifestyle with her widowed dad, Captain Suresh, and brother, Shekhar. After she returns from abroad, she is told that she must now prepare to get married to her betrothed, Ratan, who is the son of a close friend of Suresh.
Everything changes suddenly when Roopa meets a handsome young man, Raj, and they fall in love with each other. Raj then breaks her heart when he tells her that his mother, Malti, who works as a maidservant in Suresh's household, has always favored Ratan over him and has made him promise to step out of Ratan's way. Before she could find out why Malti prefers Ratan over Raj, a bandit, Kala Ghoda, who has been terrorizing the region asks Suresh to pay up Rs.50,000/-. The police lay a trap for this extortionist and capture him red-handed. He turns out to be none other than Suresh's Munim. Surprises are in store for everyone when they find out that Munim is Raj, who has been masquerading as the Munim for many years and may have embezzled another Rs.50,000/-.
|Aankh Khulte Hi Tum||Lata Mangeshkar|
|Anari Anari||Geeta Dutt|
|Dil Ki Umangen||Geeta Dutt|
|Ek Nazar Bas Ek Nazar||Lata Mangeshkar|
|Ghayal Hiraniyaan||Lata Mangeshkar|
|Jeevan Ke Safar Mein Rahi-Female||Lata Mangeshkar|
|Jeevan Ke Safar Mein Rahi-Male||Kishore Kumar|
|Nain Khoye Khoye||Lata Mangeshkar|
|O Shiv Ji||Hemant Kumar|
|Sajan Bin Neend Na Aaye||Lata Mangeshkar|
|Zindagi Hai Zinda||Geeta Dutt|
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