Shriman Satyawadi

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Shriman Satyawadi
Shriman Satyawadi Film Poster.jpg
Cover of Shriman Satyawadi
Directed by S M Abbas
Produced by Mahipatray Shah
Written by Manu Prasad
Screenplay by Adi Marzban
Starring
Music by Dattaram Wadkar
Cinematography
  • Jayendra Kapadia
  • C.S. Puttu
Edited by Ramchandra Mahadik
Distributed by Ultra Distributors
Release date(s) 1960
Running time 147 minutes
Country India
Language Hindi

Shriman Satyawadi is a Hindi film made in 1960 directed by S M Abbas.[1] Raj Kapoor in lead role is seen in the social drama as an honest man, who will experience only too well how difficult it is to compete in a dishonest world.

Plot[edit]

The small Vijaykumar lives with his sick and widowed father of Mohanlal under poor conditions. As an honest shopkeeper, he deserves the wherewithal to provide himself and his son. This doesn't fit the neighbor and competitor Lalachand at all. One day he hid cocaine in Mohanlals shop and alerted the police. After the police will find it, they want to dissipate Mohanlal who is always honest. But the sick man not coped with this and dies of a heart attack.

Sad about the death of his father, Vijay has never forgotten the words of his father and grew up at the doctor of his father to be an honest man. After graduating college, he finds a job in the advertising Department of the rich Champalal and his daughter, Geeta, who is responsible for this Department. Also, he meets on Kishore, Lalachands son, who could not stand Vijay during common school.

While Vijay and Kishore fight Geetas heart, Lalachand wants to increase his fortune. He makes the ignorant Champalal his investor and manufactures ungeteste skin creams and fake painkillers.

Want to impress Geeta with fast success, Kishore the cream market, without having to wait for the test reports. However, already the first customers come with their complaints. Also, the editor of a local newspaper, Moni Chatterjee, is present and interviewed Vijay. This confirms that the cream was already introduced before waiting for the test report in the market.

After the article in the newspaper and this represents company a bad publicity for Champalal, Vijay is made by him of speech. Because Vijay is accused of having told the truth, Vijay quits his job, since this would otherwise breaches against his principles. Much to the annoyance of Geeta, who is already in love with the honest man.

Soon, Vijay finds a job at Moni Chatterjee, who was impressed by his honesty. Due to his sincere reports, Vijay is very popular so that turns a helpless blind man to him someday. He maintain his child had died as a result of a painkiller. Vijay is the thing on the ground. His track ultimately leads him to Lalachand, threatening with death, if ever an article about the toxic pain killers should appear. But Vijay felt afraid of the truth and gets into some turbulence. Finally the truth prevails and Lalachand is discharged while Champalal apologizes Vijay. Also Geeta practitioner love finds a Happy ending.[2]

Cast[edit]

Artist Character Name
Raj Kapoor Vijaykumar
Shakila Geeta
Mehmood Kishore
Nazir Hussain Champalal
Radhakrishan Lalchand
Raja Nene Mohanlal
Moni Chatterjee Editor
Sushil Kumar Young Vijaykumar
Haroon Young Kishore
Brahm Bhardwaj Police Inspector
Indira Bansal Irate Customer

[3][4]

Music[edit]

Song Artists
Haal-E-Dil Hamara Mukesh
Bheegi Hawaon Mein Manna Dey, Suman Kalyanpur
Rut Albeli Mast Sama Mukesh
Rang Rangili Botal Ka Mohammad Rafi
Kyun Uda Jata Hai Aanchal Suman Kalyanpur
Ek Baat Kahoon Vallah Mukesh, Suman Kalyanpur, Mahendra Kapoor
Ae Dil Dekhe Hai Humne Mukesh

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