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?
When the film was resumed in 1968, several financiers asked Kamal Amrohi
to replace the music with slightly trendier music. Amrohi said that he would have agreed, had 'Ghulam Mohammed' lived on, but he could not betray a dead man who had given him twelve beautiful songs. In keeping with the times, though, he kept only six songs in 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
Thaarey rahiyo O' baankey yaar
Sung by Lata See more