Geet Gaata Chal

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Geet Gaata Chal
Directed byHiren Nag
Produced byTarachand Barjatya
Based onAtithi
by Rabindranath Tagore
Madan Puri
Music byRavindra Jain
Distributed byRajshri Productions
Release date
  • 1 July 1975 (1975-07-01)

Geet Gaata Chal (lit. Go on singing) is a Hindi film released in 1975. Produced by Tarachand Barjatya for Rajshri Productions, the film is directed by Hiren Nag. The film stars Sachin, Sarika, Madan Puri, Padma Khanna and Leela Mishra. The songs written and composed by Ravindra Jain. The movie is a remake of 1965 Bengali movie Atithi.[1]



Durga Babu, and his wife, Ganga, comes across Shyam, an orphan, who sings and dances on special occasions, and decide to take him home. Shyam meets with their daughter, Radha, and she slowly falls in love with him, but he thinks that she just wants to be friends. In his eyes, Shyam wants to be a free person, not tied down to anyone or anything, and would like to spend the rest of his life wandering, singing, and dancing. When he discovers that the family intend to get him married, he likens his plight to that of a caged bird, and flees, breaking Radha's heart. Will Shyam ever return? What impact will this have on the family?


Songs Singer
"Geet Gaata Chal O Saathi" Jaspal Singh
"Shyam Teri Bansi Pukare" Jaspal Singh, Aarti Mukherji
"Bachpan Har Gham Se" Kishore Kumar
"Kar Gaya Kanha" Aarti Mukherji
"Main Wohi Darpan Wohi" Aarti Mukherji
"Shyam Abhimani" Mohd. Rafi, Asha Bhosle
"Dharti Meri Mata" Jaspal Singh
"Mangal Bhawan Amangal Haari" Jaspal Singh
"Chaupayan Ramayan" Jaspal Singh
"Mohe Chhota Mila Bhartaar" Jaspal Singh, Hemalata, Chetan


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