|Directed by||R. C. Talwar|
|Produced by||Girdharilal Manchanda|
|Written by||Mukhram Sharma|
|Music by||Madan Mohan|
|Cinematography||M. N. Malhotra|
|Edited by||S. Ranvir|
|Distributed by||Manchanda Production|
Naya Kanoon (Hindi: नया कानून; Urdu: نیا قانون; translation: New Legislation) is a 1965 Black-and-white Social Hindi film, written and directed by R. C. Talwar. The film stars Vyjayanthimala, Ashok Kumar and Bharat Bhushan in the lead with Nishi, Om Prakash, Badri Prasad, Leela Mishra, Kamal Mehra and Purnima appearing in other significant roles.
The film deals with the law and the justice with a family backdrop. The story revolves around Jyoti's (Vyjyanthimala) relationship with her brother, Shekar (Ashok Kumar) and husband, Deepak (Bharat Bhushan).
Deepak (Bharat Bhushan) lives as a tenant in a small room, owned by his landlord Om Prakash Munshi (Om Prakash). Although he is a poet, he is unable to secure any employment. One day, he meets with Jyoti (Vyjayanthimala) and both fall in love. After their marriage, there is considerable resentment, and Jyoti's brother, Shekar (Ashok Kumar) refuses to have to do anything with Jyoti. When Shekar offers money to Deepak, Deepak refuses to accept it. Shekar and Jyoti's dad, Daya Shankar (Badri Prasad) sympathises with Jyoti and wants her to be the sole heir to his property after his death. In the meantime, Om Prakash marries his son to a wealthy woman, who does bring in a lot of dowry, but refuses to do any household work, and instead puts her father-in-law to work. As Deepak is unable to get employment, Jyoti is successful in getting employment as a singer on the local radio station, not knowing that Deepak is resentful of her success, and is thinking of separating from her.
- Vyjayanthimala as Jyoti Shankar
- Ashok Kumar as Shekar Shankar
- Bharat Bhushan as Deepak
- Om Prakash as Om Prakash Munshi
- Badri Prasad as Daya Shankar
- Leela Mishra as Maid
- Kamal Mehra
|Soundtrack album by Madan Mohan|
|Released||31 December 1964|
|Genre||Feature film soundtrack|
Sa Re Ga Ma|
|Madan Mohan chronology|
All lyrics written by Hasrat Jaipuri, except where noted.
|1.||"Shama Mein Taqat Kahan Jo Ek Parwane Mein Hai"||Mohammed Rafi||04:39|
|2.||"Mere Rasiya Mere Man Basiya"||Asha Bhosle||05:51|
|3.||"Aankh Mein Rehte Hain Woh Aur Saamne Aate Nahin"||Asha Bhosle||04:45|
|4.||"Meri Rakhi Ki Rakhiyo Tu Aan Re" (Lyrics by Saraswati Kumar Deepak)||Asha Bhosle||04:59|
|5.||"Lijiye Dil Ka Nazarana Lijiye Aankh Ka Shukrana"||Asha Bhosle, Mohammed Rafi||04:13|
|6.||"Jo Dekhta Hai Kahta Hai Kudrat Khuda Ki Hai"||Mohammad Rafi||04:25|
|7.||"Unhein Qissaa-E-Gham Jo Likhane Ko Baithe To Dekhe Kalam Kee Ravaanee" (Did not featured in the album though was used in the film)||Mohammad Rafi||03:45|
|8.||"Unhein Qissaa-E-Gham Jo Likhane Ko Baithe To Dekhe Kalam Kee Ravaanee" (Female version)||Asha Bhosle||03:05|
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