Navrang

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Navrang
Navrang.jpg
Film poster
Directed by V. Shantaram
Screenplay by V. Shantaram
Story by G.D. Madgulkar
Starring Mahipal
Sandhya
Music by C. Ramchandra
Bharat Vyas (lyrics)
Cinematography Tyagraj Pendharkar
Edited by Chintamani Borkar
Release date(s) 1959
Country India
Language Hindi

Navrang is a 1959 Hindi film movie of bollywood by Shantaram Rajaram Vankudre (V. Shantaram) from the year 1959.[1] The film noted for its dance sequences with lead actress Sandhya [2] and music by C. Ramchandra, while playback singer Mahendra Kapoor made his singing debut with the hit Aadha Hai Chandrama Raat Aadhi.[3]

Plot[edit]

Diwakar is a poet and loves his wife Jamuna on everything. But Jamuna does not agree that Diwakar lives out of sheer poetry in a fantasy world and the real world less and less responsible. Diwakar goes so far that he is a fantasy woman in his wife's body creates what he calls Mohini. Diwakar will soon become a recognized poet and Jamuna gives birth to a boy. Unfortunately, the happiness does not last long: Diwakar loses his job because of a critical songs against the British. Now he can no longer feed his sickly father nor his son, who is starving. All this makes Jamuna angry, but above all Diwakars growing obsession with Mohini.

As Jamuna decides to live apart from Diwakar, it is destroyed internally and no longer capable of proof. Jamuna slowly realizes that she can not live without Diwakar and forgives him.

Cast and Crew[edit]

Cast[edit]

Crew[edit]

  • Director: V. Shantaram
  • Editor : Chintamani Borkar
  • Banner : Rajkamal Kalamandir
  • Cinematography : Tyagraj Pendharkar
  • Choreographer : Shyam Kumar
  • Music Director : C. Ramchandra
  • Lyrics : Bharat Vyas
  • Audiographer : A. K. Parmar

Music[edit]

All lyrics written by Bharat Vyas, all music composed by C. Ramchandra.

No. Title Singer(s) Length
1. "Aa Dil Se Dil Mila Le"   Asha Bhosle  
2. "Adha Hai Chandrama"   Asha Bhosle, Mahendra Kapoor  
3. "Are Ja Re Hat Natkhat"   Asha Bhosle, Mahendra Kapoor  
4. "Kari Kari Kari Andhiyari"   Asha Bhosle, C. Ramchandra  
5. "Kaviraaja Kavita Ke Mat Ab Kaan Marode"   Bharat Vyas  
6. "Rane De Re"   Asha Bhosle, Manna Dey, C. Ramchandra (Stimme)  
7. "Shyamal Shyamal Baran"   Mahendra Kapoor  
8. "Tum Mere Main Teri"   Asha Bhosle  
9. "Tum Paschim Ho Hum"   C. Ramchandra  
10. "Tum Saiyan Gulab Ke"   Asha Bhosle  
11. "Tu Chhupi Hai Kahan"   Asha Bhosle, Manna Dey  
12. "Ye Mati Sabhi Ke Kahani"   Mahendra Kapoor  

Awards and Nominations[edit]

Year Category Cast/Crew member Status
1959 Best Editing Chintaman Borkar Won
1960 Best Sound A. K. Parmar Won
Best Director V. Shantaram Nominated

References[edit]

  1. ^ Nilu N. Gavankar (July 2011). The Desai Trio and The Movie Industry of India. AuthorHouse. p. 72. ISBN 978-1-4634-1941-7. Retrieved 21 June 2012. 
  2. ^ "A navrang of Shantaram's films". The Hindu. May 2, 2002. 
  3. ^ Mere desh ki dharti' will always be with us Times of India, 28 September 2008.

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