Opera House (1961 film)
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|Directed by||P.L. Santoshi|
|Produced by||A.A. Nadiadwala|
B. Saroja Devi
Saroj (B. Saroja Devi) lives a poor lifestyle in Nagpur along with her widowed mother, Leela Sharma (Lalita Pawar) and a younger sister, Nanhi. She gets employed as a singer/dancer in Bombay and relocates there. Once there, she meets with Ajit Rai (Ajit), and the couple fall in love. Circumstances compel her to re-locate to Nagpur and seek employment with another dance/drama company run by Chunilal. Ajit decides to follow her to Nagpur, and visits her mother and sister. It is from here he locates the dance/drama company and does meet Saroj — only to find out that she has changed her name to Mary D'Souza. Ajit will eventually discover that Saroj had witnessed the murder of Chunilal and the killer(s) are now out to silence her — and whoever else dares to come in their way...
|Saroj Sharma/Mary D'Souza||B. Saroja Devi|
|Leela Sharma||Lalita Pawar|
|Mrs. Ranjit Rai||Mumtaz Begum|
|1||Dekho Mausam Kya Bahar Hai||Mukesh, Lata Mangeshkar|
|2||Balma Maane Na, Bairi Chup Na Rahe||Lata Mangeshkar|
- Arunachalam, Param (14 November 2015). "Bollywood Retrospect: 10 memorable songs by music composer Chitragupt Shrivastava". Daily News and Analysis. Retrieved 15 March 2018.
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