Sanjh Aur Savera

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Sanjh Aur Savera
Sanjh Aur Savera.jpg
Directed by Hrishikesh Mukherjee
Produced by Sevantilal Shah
Screenplay by Dhruva Chatterjee, Anil Ghosh
Music by Shankar Jaikishan
Cinematography Jaywant Pathare
Edited by Das Dhaimade
Production
company
Release date
1964
Country Industrial
Language Hindi

Sanjh Aur Savera is a 1964 Bollywood romantic drama film starring Guru Dutt, Meena Kumari and Mehmood. It was produced by Sevantilal Shah and directed by Hrishikesh Mukherjee. Music of the film was by Shankar Jaikishan.[1] This marked the final film appearance of Guru Dutt who died later in the year of the film's release.

Plot[edit]

Dr. Shankar Chaudhry, a wealthy doctor who resides in Bombay with his younger sister, Manju, and his widowed mother, Rukmimi, finds that his mother has arranged a marriage for him with advocate Madhusudan's daughter, Maya. He concedes to the marriage, even though neither he nor his mother have met her. During the ceremony, Maya faints and recuperates under the care of her cousin, brother Prakash, and Madhusudan, and then the following day accompanies Shankar to his home. Maya rejects Shankar's sexual advances, as she is participating in a Holy Fast.

On a visit to Banaras, where Madhusudan now resides, Shankar remarries Maya at Bhagwan Vishwanath's Temple. Their relationship becomes intimate and she becomes pregnant.

Shankar arrives home one day and discovers that Prakash and Maya are missing; his search for them proves fruitless. He later learns that his wife is an imposter and that she is probably married to Prakash.

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

  • "Ajhun Na Aye Balamwa Revival": Suman Kalyanpur / Mohammed Rafi
  • "Ajhun Na Aye Balamwa": Suman Kalyanpur / Mohammed Rafi
  • "Chand Kanwal Mere Chand Kanwal": Suman Kalyanpur
  • "Man Mohan Krishna Murari": Lata Mangeshkar
  • "O Sajna Mere Ghar Angna": Lata Mangeshkar
  • "Taqdeer Kahan Le Jayegi Malum Nahin": Mohammed Rafi
  • "Yehi Hai Woh Sanjh Aur Savera": Asha Bhosle / Mohammed Rafi
  • "Zindagi Mujhko Dikha De Rasta": Mohammed Rafi

References[edit]

  1. ^ Saran, Sathya; Alvi, Abrar (2008). Ten Years with Guru Dutt: Abrar Alvi's Journey. Penguin Books India. p. 201. ISBN 978-0-670-08221-6. 

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