|Banner: Bimal Roy Productions|
|Director: Bimal Roy|
|Writer: Nabendu Ghosh|
|Producer: Bimal Roy|
|Orginal music: Sachin Dev Burman|
|Cinematography: Kamal Bose|
|Playback Singers: Kamal Bose,Mubarak Begum, Talat Mahmood ,
Asha Bhosle , Geeta Dutt, Lata Mangeshkar, Manna Dey, Mohammad Rafi
, Usha Mangeshkar.
|Character||Actor / Actress|
|Devdas Mukherjee||Dilip Kumar|
|Parvati Chakraborty||Suchitra Sen|
|Devdas' mother||Pratima Devi|
|Chandramukhi's patron||Johnny Walker|
|Set against the backdrop of rural Bengal during feudal times, Devdas is the story of a doomed love affair between Devdas (Dilip Kumar), son of the local zamindar, a high-caste Brahmin, and Parvati (Suchitra Sen), the daughter of their neighbour, also a Brahmin, but belonging to a slightly lower status in terms of caste, affluence and status. They grow up as childhood sweethearts. But when they decide to marry, Devdas' father puts his foot down, packing his younger son off to Calcutta for higher studies. Parvati's marriage is finalized with a wealthy zamindar, a widower with children older than his young second wife. Learning about Parvati's marriage, Devdas rushes back to his village and tries to stop the marriage, in vain. Parvati is prepared to elope with him but Devdas refuses and Parvati leaves his room in the middle of the night, castigating him for his cowardice. In Calcutta, Chunilal (Motilal) introduces him to an attractive and strong-willed courtesan, Chandramukhi (Vyjayanthimala), and initiates Devdas into the darker corridors of the city. Devdas finds an easy escape in drink and though he insists that he hates Chandramukhi, he keeps coming back to her for moral support. Chandramukhi falls in love with him. He meets Parvati once more, when he returns to the village to perform the last rites of his father. He bequeaths his share of the family wealth to his older brother, ear-marking a part of it for his mother during her lifetime. Parvati pleads with him to give up drinking. He evades a direct reply and instead, promises to see her at least one last time before he dies. Back to the city, he drowns himself in drink. Chandramukhi gives up the life of a professional courtesan and concentrates on nursing Devdas back to health. He gives up drinking for some time and is advised to go on a holiday. He embarks on a train journey across the country, destination unknown. He stealthily runs away one night, leaving his faithful family retinue Dharamdas in the train when he chances upon a junction station that will take him to Manikpur where Parvati lives. He treks along in a bullock cart to see Parvati one last time. He dies a tragic and painful death under a tree outside her house before Parvati can see him.|
|Release date: 1955||Budject:||Revenue:|
Awards : Unknown.
Lyrics: Sahir Ludhianvi | Music: Burman
1. Aanmilo Aanmilo | अन्मिलो आन्मिलोVoice: Hemant Kumar , Geetha dutt.
2. Aage Teri Marzi | आगे तेरी मरीदीVoice: Lata Mangeshkar.
3. Jise Tu Kabool | जिसे तू काबोलेVoice: Lata Mangeshkar.
4. Manzil Ki Chah Mein | मंज़ि की चाहमेंVoice: Mohammed Rafi , Chorus.
5. Mitwa Lagi | मितुवा लागीVoice: Talat Mehmood.
6. Ola Bely | ओ अल बेलीVoice: Usha Mangeshkar, Asha Bhosle.
7. O Jaane Wale | ओ जाने वालेVoice: Lata Mangeshkar.
8. Sajan Ki Ho | सजन की होVoice: P.Chandra Dey , Geetha dutt.
9. Woh Na | वोह नVoice: Mubarak Begum.
10. Kisako Kabar Thi किसको खबर थीVoice: Talat Mahmood.
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