Vidya (film)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Vidya
Vidya1948.jpg
Directed byGirish Trivedi
Written byP.L. Santoshi (idea), Y.N. Joshi, (dialogue), Munshi Ratanlal Khanjar (Screenplay)
StarringDev Anand, Suraiya, Madan Puri
Music byS.D. Burman
Production
company
Release date
1948
CountryIndia
LanguageHindi

Vidya is 1948 Bollywood family drama film directed by Girish Trivedi, starring Dev Anand, Suraiya and Madan Puri.[1]

Cast[edit]

Production[edit]

Suraiya and Dev Anand

During the shooting of the song "Kinare Kinare Chale Jayen Ge" in the film, a boat capsized and Dev Anand saved co-star Suraiya from drowning. After this incident Suraiya fell in love with him and they began a long relationship. The film marked the start of over half a dozen appearances in films together.[2]

Music[edit]

All music composed by Sachin Dev Burman

  1. "Jhoom Rahi Jhoom Rahi Khushiyo Ki Naav Aaj" - Suraiya
  2. "Meri Muniya Ki Ankhiya Me Tu Aaja Nindiya" - Amirbai Karnataki
  3. "Laai Kushi Ki Duniyaa Hansati Hui Jawaani" - Mukesh, Suraiya
  4. "O Krishn Kanhaai Aashaaon Ki Duniyaa Men" - Suraiya
  5. "Kise Maalum Thaa Do Din Men Saavan Bit Jaayegaa" - Suraiya
  6. "Jivan Jyoti Bhujti Jaye" - Amirbai Karnataki
  7. "Bahe Na Kabhi Nain Se Nir" - Mukesh
  8. "Kinaare Kinaare Chale Jaayenge" - Suraiya
  9. "Bhagawan Tere Sansaar Ke Hain Khel Niraale" - Amirbai Karnataki
  10. "Pyar Ban Ke Mujh Pe Koi Cha Gaya" - Lalita Deulkar
  11. "Bahen Na Kabhi Nain Se Neer Uthi Ho Chahe" - Mukesh

References[edit]

  1. ^ Chowdhury, Alpana (2004). Dev Anand: dashing, debonair. Rupa & Co. Retrieved 10 December 2011.
  2. ^ India. Ministry of External Affairs (2003). India perspectives. PTI for the Ministry of External Affairs. Retrieved 10 December 2011.

External links[edit]