Ghar Ki Izzat (1948 film)
|Ghar Ki Izzat|
|Directed by||Ram Daryani|
|Produced by||Ram Daryani|
|Written by||K.S. Daryani|
|Music by||Pundit Gobindram|
|Edited by||M.D. Malekar|
|Distributed by||Shree Sound Studios|
|January 16, 1948|
Ghar Ki Izzat (lit. Honour Of The House) is a 1948 Hindi drama film directed by Ram Daryani for Murli Movietone. The film starred Dilip Kumar and Mumtaz Shanti in lead roles with Manorama, Jeevan and Gope. The cinematography was by Kumar Jayawant. Music was composed by Pundit Gobindram. The story writer was K. S. Daryani and the dialogue and lyrics were by I. C. Kapoor.
The milieu is an upper middle-class joint family, with the mother treating her son's wife shabbily. The son, an educated man working as a lawyer, is unable to handle the situation at home and turns to drink.
Chandra (Dilip Kumar, a young lawyer, lives in a well-to-do joint family with his parents, sister Radhika (Manorama) and sister's husband, Chaman (Gope). Chaman is made to do all the household chores as he lives on the sustenance provided by his wife's family. When Chaman is insulted by his mother-in-law, Radhika steps in and walks out of the house with her husband. They start a small business outside the city and soon start doing well. Here, Chandra on a visit to his sister meets Roopa (Mumtaz Shanti), who lives a poor lifestyle with her older unemployed brother Moti (Jeevan) and a younger brother Gulab, studying in school. To make a living, Roopa runs a school. Chandra and Roopa fall in love and are married despite their financial differences. However, the in-laws soon start taunting Roopa about her previous poor state and slowly make her life miserable. Chandra is too weak to stand up to his mother, and to avoid the domestic scene at home takes to drinking and gambling. Matters are set right when Radhika comes for a visit, and after a stern lecture from her, everyone mends their ways and they live peacefully.
- Dilip Kumar as Chandra
- Mumtaz Shanti as Roopa
- Gope as Chaman
- Manorama as Radhika
- Jeevan as Moti, Roopa's elder brother
- Gulab as Roopa's younger brother
The music was directed by Pandit Gobindram, with lyrics by I. C. Kapoor (Ishwar Chandra Kapoor). The playback singers were Mohammed Rafi, Shamshad Begum, Meena Kapoor, G. M. Durrani, Ram Kamlani and Zohrabai Ambalewali.
|1||"Sari Duniya Ke Sartaj"||Shamshad Begum|
|2||"Fariyad Meri Sun Le"||Shamshad Begum|
|3||"Meri Duniya Ke Garibo Jago"||Shamshad Begum|
|4||"Dar Dar Ki Thokre Hai"||Shamshad Begum|
|5||"Bahut Betaqalluf Huye Ja Rahe Hain,jo Mehaman Banke"||Shamshad Begum, G. M. Durrani|
|6||"Taro Ki Toliyo Ye Kaisa Hai"||Shamshad Begum, G. M. Durrani|
|7||"Bagh Mein Koyaliya Yehi Gaye"||Shamshad Begum, Zohrabai Ambalewali|
|8||"Aankho Se Aankho Ko Do Chaar Kiye Jao"||Shamshad Begum, Ram Kamlani|
|9||"Wah Re Zamane Kya Rang Dikhaye"||Mohammed Rafi|
|10||"Boot Polish Karawa Le Baabu"||Meena Kapoor|
|11||"Bane Hain Hum To Ghar Janwai"||Ram Kamlani|
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