Nagin (1954 film)

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Nagin
Nagin 1954.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed byNandlal Jaswantlal
Produced byMahendra Shah
Screenplay byHameed Butt
Story byBijon Bhattacharya
StarringVyjayanthimala
Pradeep Kumar
Jeevan
Music by Hemant Kumar
CinematographyFali Mistry
Edited byBabu Lavande
Release date
  • 1954 (1954)
Running time
139 minutes
CountryIndia
LanguageHindi

Nagin is a 1954 Indian Hindi-language romantic drama film, directed by Nandlal Jaswantlal, and written by Hameed Butt and Bijon Bhattacharya. It stars Vyjayanthimala and Pradeep Kumar, and has a hit musical score by Hemant Kumar. This film was partly produced in Technicolor.

Synopsis[edit]

Two Adivasi tribes are in conflict for the local economic rights. The daughter of the Nagi tribe's chief, Mala (Vyjayanthimala), vows to kill the son of the Ragi tribe's chief, Sanatan (Pradeep Kumar), as revenge. Trespassing in the enemy territory, she is mesmerized by the music of a flute (played by the musician Kalyanji Virji Shah). Coming closer, she finds out that the player is Sanatan. They fall in love, but find it difficult to appease the enmity between the two tribes and to resist the attempts of the villain Prabir (Jeevan) to marry Mala.

Soundtrack[edit]

The film's soundtrack was composed by Hemant Kumar. It included thirteen tracks, including the hit "Man Dole Mera Tan Dole", whose "Been music" was performed by Kalyanji on the clavioline and by Ravi on the harmonium (both once worked under Hemant Kumar's direction and later became independent music directors).[1] It was released under E.P. and L.P. gramophone records by The Gramophone Company of India, now known as Saregama. The lyrics were written by Rajinder Krishan.

No. Title Artist(s)
1 "Been Music" Kalyanji, Ravi
2 "Man Dole Mera Tan Dole" Lata Mangeshkar
3 "Tere Dwar Khada Ek Jogi" Hemant Kumar
4 "Sun Rasiya Man Bhasiya" Lata Mangeshkar
5 "Yaad Rakhna Pyar Ki Nishani" Hemant Kumar, Asha Bhosle, Chorus
6 "Sun Ri Sakhi" Lata Mangeshkar, Chorus
7 "Mera Dil Ye Pukare Aaja" Lata Mangeshkar
8 "Jadugar Saiyan" Lata Mangeshkar
9 "Ari Chhod De Patang" Lata Mangeshkar, Hemant Kumar
10 "Mera Badli Mein Chhup Gaya Chand" Lata Mangeshkar
11 "O Zindagi Ke Denewale" Hemant Kumar, Chorus
12 "Teri Yaad Mein Jalkar Dekh Liya" Lata Mangeshkar
13 "Oonchi Oonchi Duniya Ki Deewarein" Lata Mangeshkar

Cast[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Carlo Nardi (July 2011). "The Cultural Economy of Sound: Reinventing Technology in Indian Popular Cinema". Journal on the Art of Record Production, Issue 5 ISSN 1754-9892.

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