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Patrani (पटरानी) 1956

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BannerPrakash Pictures
DirectorVijay Bhatt
WriterR.S. Choudhary
Orginal musicShankar,Jaikishan
CinematographyBipin Gajjar
Film EditingPratap Dave
Art DirectorKanu Desai
Camera Operator
Assistant Cameramen
Playback SingersLata Mangeshkar,Usha Mangeshkar
Princess MrinallaVyjayanthimala
King Karma DevPradeep Kumar
Raj MataDurga Khote
Munjal MehtaDavid Abraham
Uday MantriJeevan
King Jai KeshiRamesh Sinha
Raj JyotishiGadadhar Sharma
Ghunghru MahrajKrishnakant
Chham ChhamMaya
Carnatac QueenPraveen Paul
Munjal's WifeLeela Mishra
King Karnadev Solanki of gujarat was an aesthetic man. In his young days he had met a beautiful damsel and had lost his heart to her. This thought, being always predominat in his mind, he was neglecting all his queens and he had no heir apparent to the throne. . The Queen mother was very much worried over this and with the aid of the minister Munjal Mehta, she sought another queen for the King, who would fulfil her wishes. . King Karnadev found solace in spending most of his time at Karnavati, a city built by the King. Another minister, Udai Mantri, was in charge of this city. . King Karandev had a weakness he could not bear to see anything black he hated the dark complexion and he could not get over this weakness. . Udai Mantri formed the impresion from the Kings frequent visits to Karnavati and his stay that he must be in love with Namunjala a "Nartaki" of Karnavati, popularly known as the Mohini of Karnavati. . King Jaikeshi of Carnatac had daughter named Mrinalla. She had accom- panied her parents in her young age on a Teerth - Yatra, where she met a man, whose thought was always haunting her and who was always meeting her in her dreams. She was bent upon marrying him only and had refused all other choice. King Jaikeshi had sent the court artist. Vichitram, to bring portraits of the princes from East. West, North and South to enable his daughter to spot out her lover. . Munjal Mehta the minister reached Carnatac in disguise and found that horoscope fo Mrinalla definitely predicted motherhood. The Princess Mrinalla wa spending most of her time painting the portrait of her dream prince. Munjal learnt that her delicate skin turned black if exposed to the sun. This was a problem to Munjal Mehta, for he very well knew the weakness of King Krnadev. He contrived to fix up this marriage secretly. . During his wanderings Vichitram met Udai Mantri and requested for a portrait of King Karnadev. But the King instead of posing for the portrait asked the artist to draw the damsel of his dream. At the instance of Udai Mantri, who theught "Nartaki" to be the Kings dream girl, Vichitaram presented a portrait of Namunjala the Nartaki, with a veil on her face. When Munjal exposed to the King that the portrait was of a common dancing girl the King tore it in rage. . Meanwhile the Kings attention was drawn to a portrait of Mrinalla left tactfully in a corner by Munjal without anybodys know ledge. Feinding it to be that of the damsel he love, the King was informed that the portrait was that of Carnatac princess. Munjal having doubt of Mrinallas complexion managed to make Udia Mantri take the lead to bring the bride. . Vichitram, the artist, had reached Carnatac with a portrait of King Krnadev stealthily put in his satchel by Munjal. The Princess found her dream prince in King Karnadev but she was informed that the King would not marry anyone except his dream girl. In despir the princess left Carnatac wandering here and there and was completely sun burat in her wanderings. . Vichitram returned to King Karnadev with a proposal of marriage from King Jaikeshi. Udai Mantri was sent by the King along with Vichitram to bring the princess as a royal bride. . Mrinalla arrived with the bridal veil, and finding her sunburnt dark complexion on her hands and feet, entirely different to that of the portrait, the King felt he was duped and refused to marry her. . Princess Mrinalla could not bear the insult. It was an insult to the entire womanhood and it was a talk in the whole country. . Munjal managed to bring this talk of the town in disguise, to the knowledge of the King and succeeded in making the King marry Mrinala. But the King after the new dark complexioned queen.
Release Date1956
Awards: Unknown.
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Lyrics:Shailendra | Music: Shankar,Jaikishan

1. Kabhi To Aa Sapnon | कभी तो आ सपनों     
Voice: Lata Mangeshkar

2. Are Koi Jao Ri Piya | अरे कोई जाओ ऋ पिया     
Voice:  Lata Mangeshkar,Usha Mangeshkar

3. Chandrama Kyon Jhoome | चन्द्रमा क्यों झूमे     
Voice:  Lata Mangeshkar

4. Dil Gaya Dard Raha | दिल गया दर्द रहा     
Voice: Lata Mangeshkar

5. Na Jane Tum Kaun | न जाने तुम कौन     
Voice:  Lata Mangeshkar

6. O Balam Tum Bedardi | ओ बालम तुम बेदर्दी     
Voice: Lata Mangeshkar

7. Raja Pyare Mat Karo | रजा प्यारे मत करो     
Voice:  Lata Mangeshkar,Usha Mangeshkar

8. Saat Samundar Paar | सात समुन्दर पार     
Voice:  Lata Mangeshkar

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