A girl, whose mother dies of sorrow from her husband's family's rejection, grows up singing and dancing like her mother. She works as a dancing girl and is courted by a prince, but can think only of a man she has never met, who left her a message on the train. She dreams of him and cannot dance, becomes frightened and runs into the night Written by
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Did You Know?
It took 14 years for this film to be completed. To begin with, the film was launched in 1958, jointly planned by Kamal Amrohi
and 'Meena Kumari'. It was launched in black-and-white, but when colour came in vogue, Amrohi scrapped those portions already shot and decided to start again. Later, Cinemascope came into vogue, and Amrohi acquired a Cinemascope lens from MGM and scrapped the plain colour portions too. Then Amrohi and Kumari separated in 1964, bringing filming to an indefinite halt. Finally, the film was resumed in 1968, and though by then Kumari was suffering from alcoholism and was in critical condition, she was still Amrohi's only choice and she agreed to complete the film. See more
Salim Ahmed Khan
This mansion is built on quicksand out of fog - it cannot give refuge to anyone.
Referenced in Ek Duuje Ke Liye
Aaj hum apni duaon ka assar deikhayn gay
Sung by Lata See more