Railway Platform (film)

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Railway Platform
Directed by Ramesh Saigal
Produced by Mulraj Kapadia
Written by Ramesh Saigal
Starring Sunil Dutt
Nalini Jaywant
Sheila Ramani
Music by Madan Mohan
Cinematography Dronacharyya
Edited by Baburao Barodkar
Release dates
  • 1955 (1955)
Country India
Language Hindi

Railway Platform is a 1955 Indian film about a love triangle between a princess, a poor man and his lover at a train station.[1][2][3][4] The film marked the debut of Sunil Dutt, who was a popular announcer for Radio Ceylon before he made his breakthrough in Mother India (1957).

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  • Dekh Tere Bhagwan Ki Halat Kya Ho Gayi -Artists: Mohammed Rafi, Manmohan Krishna, Shiv Dayal Batish
  • Basti Basti Parvat Parvat Gata Jaye Banjara -Artist: Mohammed Rafi
  • Basti Basti Parbat Parbat (Part- II) -Artist: Manmohan Krishna
  • Sone Chandi Me Tulta Ho Jaha Dilo Ka Pyar -Artist: Mohammed Rafi
  • Mast Sham Hai Hatho Me Jaam Hai -Artist: Asha Bhosle, Shiv Dayal Batish
  • Bhajo Ram Bhajo Ram, Mori Baah Pakad Lo Ram -Artist: Asha Bhosle, Shiv Dayal Batish
  • Sakhi Re Tori Doliya Uthayenge Kahar -Artist: Lata Mangeshkar
  • Chand Maddham Hai, Aashma Chup Hai -Artist: Lata Mangeshkar
  • Jiya Kho Gaya O Tera Ho Gaya -Artist: Lata Mangeshkar
  • Andher Nagari Chaupat Raja -Artists: Mohammed Rafi, Asha Bhosle, Manmohan Krishna, Shiv Dayal Batish

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