Mr. India (1961 film)

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Mr. India (1961)
Directed by G. P. Sippy
Produced by G.P. Sippy
Written by I.S. Johar
Starring Geeta Bali
I.S.Johar
Helen
Feroz Khan
Music by G. S. Kohli
Release date
1961
Country India
Language Hindi

Mr. India is a 1961 film about a naive unemployed youth who is mistaken for a look-alike gangster. I.S. Johar stars as Gullu, and Geeta Bali portrays Miss Bambi.

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Gulu Lala lives a middle-classed lifestyle along with his parents in Chinchpokli, Bombay. Believing himself to be Hindustani and speaking Hindi, he is unable to secure employment with Parsi, Sindhi, Marwari, and Tamil businessmen, and spends his time walking a stray dog, Charlie, along Marine Drive. One day he comes to the rescue of Sindhi-speaking wealthy businessman, Rai Bahadur Himmatchand and his snobbish daughter, Bembi, who initially 'borrow' Charlie and then Gullu himself to live in their mansion. Eventually the couple get attracted to each other - little knowing that soon their respective lives will be changed drastically when Gullu will be mistaken for a look-alike gangster named Jung Bahadur, while a disapproving Himmatchand is all set to get his daughter married to a wealthy male named Kamal Jeet.

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Soundtrack[edit]

No. Title Singer(s)
1 "Mat Poochh Mera Hai Kaun" Mohammed Rafi
2 "Dekha Na Jaye" Geeta Dutt
3 "Chod Ke Na Jaana" Asha Bhosle, Mohammed Rafi
4 "Hay Teri Ankh Mein Woh Kamal Hai" Mohammed Rafi
5 "Kahan Chali Chham Se" Asha Bhosle, Mohammed Rafi
6 "Kya Soch Raha Matwale" Mohammed Rafi
7 "Mein Machis Ki Tili" Geeta Dutt
8 "Nazar Yeh Teri" Asha Bhosle, Mohammed Rafi

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