Bindiya (1960 film)

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Bindiya
Bindiya (1960).jpg
Poster
Directed byKrishnan–Panju
Produced byM. Saravanan
Story byK. S. Gopalakrishnan
StarringBalraj Sahni
Jagdeep
Padmini
Music byIqbal Qureshi
Production
company
Release date
29 December 1960
CountryIndia
LanguageHindi

Bindiya (lit. The Vermilion Mark)[1] is a 1960 Indian Hindi-language drama film directed by Krishnan–Panju and produced by M. Saravanan. It is a remake of the Tamil film Deivapiravi, released early the same year. The film stars Balraj Sahni, Jagdeep and Padmini.

Cast[edit]

Adapted from Osianama:[2]

Production[edit]

Following the success of the Tamil film Deivapiravi (1960), its producer M. Saravanan wanted to remake the film in Hindi. Deivapiravi star Sivaji Ganesan advised him against doing so, feeling it would not come well. Saravanan ignored Ganesan's advice, and remade the film in that language with the title Bindiya.[3] Krishnan–Panju, the directors of Deivapiravi, returned to direct the remake.[2]

Soundtrack[edit]

The soundtrack of the film was composed by Iqbal Qureshi.[4] The song "Main Apne Aap Se Ghabra Gaya Hoon" attained popularity.[5]

Release and reception[edit]

Bindiya was released on 29 December 1960. The film failed to replicate the success of the Tamil original, and Saravanan later regretted ignoring Ganesan's advice.[3] However, in a review dated 11 August 1961, The Indian Express praised the performances of Sahni, Padmini, Jagdeep, Lalitha Pawar and Om Prakash.[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Narwekar, Sanjit (1994). Directory of Indian film-makers and films. Flicks Books. p. 368.
  2. ^ a b "Bindiya". Osianama. Retrieved 5 March 2018.
  3. ^ a b Saravanan, M. (2013) [2005]. AVM 60 Cinema (in Tamil). Rajarajan Publications. p. 66.
  4. ^ Sharma, Devesh (23 July 2015). "Unsung melodies". Filmfare. Retrieved 5 March 2018.
  5. ^ Arunachalam, Param (19 March 2016). "Bollywood Retrospect: Introducing little-known composer Iqbal Qureshi through 5 songs". Daily News and Analysis. Retrieved 5 March 2018.
  6. ^ "Bindya". The Indian Express. 11 August 1961. p. 3.

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