Maa

Maa

Album Category: Hindi, Film
Year: 1952
Music Director: S.K. Pal
Lyricist: Bharat Vyas
Label: H.M.V.
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Album Credits: MUSIC ASSISTANT: Gour Ghosh. SONGS RECORDED BY: Minoo Katrak.
 
Film Credits: DIRECTOR: Bimal Roy. PRODUCER: Ashok Kumar, Savak Vacha. STORY: Swaraj Banerji. DIALOGUE: Nabendu Ghosh, More...
 



Song Listing


 
Jiyo Jiyo Mere Lal
Singer: Manna Dey, Kishore Kumar, Arun Kumar
Music Director: S.K. Pal
Lyricist: Bharat Vyas
Genre: Filmi
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Main Naa Boloongi Aaj
Singer: Geeta Roy
Music Director: S.K. Pal
Lyricist: Bharat Vyas
Genre: Filmi
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Har Din Tu Rota Hai Baadal
Singer: Geeta Roy
Music Director: S.K. Pal
Lyricist: Bharat Vyas
Genre: Filmi
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Is Duniya Mein Humne Dekhe
Singer: Asha Bhosle, Afzal Hussain
Music Director: S.K. Pal
Lyricist: Bharat Vyas
Genre: Filmi, Sufi/Qawwali
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Chale Re Chale Ram Banwas (Saanjh Bhi Bhanu Chhupe)
Singer: Manna Dey
Music Director: S.K. Pal
Lyricist: Bharat Vyas
Genre: Filmi, Bhajan
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Woh Aankhen Kya Aankhen
Singer: Manna Dey
Music Director: S.K. Pal
Lyricist: Bharat Vyas
Genre: Filmi
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Trivia


 

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  • This film and "Tamasha" (1952) were the last two productions of the Bombay Talkies banner. They acquired the rights of "Shamsheer" (1953) and released it the next year but did not produce it.[1][2]
  • This film marked Bimal Roy's shift to Bombay. All his previous films were produced by New Theatres, Calcutta. His last Hindi film produced by New Theatres was "Pahela Admi" (1950). Roy launched his own banner the next year and produced "Do Bigha Zamin" (1953).[3][4]
  • Based on the film's opening credits, it appears that Nabendu Ghosh wrote the film's dialogues in Bengali. Nazir Hussain and Asit Sen, who also acted in the film, translated them into Hindi.
  • It appears that the film's plot was adapted for the Hindi film "Khandaan" (1979). Nabendu Ghosh, who wrote the dialogues for this film, was credited for the screenplay of "Khandaan" (1979).[5]
  • This was actress Asha Parekh's first Hindi film. She made a brief, uncredited appearance in it as a child artist. Bimal Roy had spotted her at her school's annual day function and offered her Rs. 100 for this film. Asha Parekh was just 10 years old at the time.[6]
  • Kishore Kumar was cast in this film initially and had even sung a song for it. Ashok Kumar, who was producing the film, had him replaced to show his disapproval of his brother's decision to marry Ruma Guha Thakurta.[MR70]

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  • Jiyo Jiyo Mere Lal - Comedian Mehmood made an uncredited cameo appearance in the film for this song.



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