Zindagi (1940 film)
|Directed by||P.C. Barua|
|Written by||Javed Hussain, Kidar Nath Sharma|
|Starring||K. L. Saigal
|Music by||Pankaj Mullick|
|Cinematography||P. C. Barua|
New Theatres Ltd.
Zindagi (Life) is a 1940 Indian Bollywood film directed by P.C. Barua. It was the highest grossing Indian film of 1940. The music, by Pankaj Mullick, features songs such as "So Ja Rajkumari" and "Jeevan Asha Hai".It starred K. L. Saigal, Jamuna, Pahari Sanyal, Shyam Laha, Sitara Devi, and Nemo. The film has been described as one of Barua's "most beautiful films, and his last for New Theatres".
The film revolves around Ratan (K.L. Saigal) an unemployed university graduate, and his relationship with Shrimati (Jamuna), who is on the run from her cruel husband.
- K.L. Saigal as Ratan
- Jamuna as Shrimata
- Pahadi Sanyal
- Shyam Laha
- Sitara Devi
- Vikram Kapoor
- Rajani Rani
|1||"Hey Diwana Hoon, Diwana Hoon"||K. L. Saigal|
|2||"Bichhada Sajan Aaj Mila Hai"|
|3||"So Ja Rajkumari So Ja"||K. L. Saigal|
|4||"Door Door Hare Bhare Is Ban Mein"|
|5||"Jeevan Asha Ye Hai Meri"||K. L. Saigal|
|6||Kaajar Kaahe Daarun Nainan Mein|
|7||"Main Kya Jaanu Kya Jaadu Hai"||K. L. Saigal|
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