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?
During the making of the film, composer 'Ghulam Mohammed' and cinematographer Josef Wirsching
died, leaving director Kamal Amrohi
at a loss. Eventually, though, composer Naushad
was brought in to compose the background score; and after Wirsching's death, over a dozen of Bombay's top cinematographers stepped in as/when they had a break from their other assignments, and they maintained an even look. See more
A moonlit night is far batter than a night with hundreds of stars...
Referenced in Bol
Inhi Logon Ne
Sung by Lata Mangeshkar
Composed by Ghulam Mohammed
Lyrics by Majrooh Sultanpuri See more