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Prince (प्रिन्स) 1969

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BannerEagle Films
DirectorLekh Tandon
WriterAbrar Alvi
ProducerF.C. Mehra
Production executiveAshok Mehra
Music DirectorShankar, Jaikishan
CinematographyDwarka Divecha
Film EditingPran Mehra
Art DirectorShanti Dass
Camera OperatorMohan Keshwani
Assistant CameramenU.D. Burman
Playback Singers Mohammad Rafi , Asha Bhosle, Lata Mangeshkar
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CharacterActor / Actress
Prince Shamsher Singh Shammi Kapoor
Princess Amrita Vyjayanthimala
Vilayatiram Rajendra Nath
Ratna's Brother Ajit
SophiaHelen
Mrs. Shanti SinghLeela Chitnis
RatnaParveen Choudhary
Sajjan SinghSudhir
ZoravarSunder
Zorawar Singh Rashid Khan
The King of Jamnapur D.K.Sapru
The King of RamnagarUlhas
KamlaLeela Mishra
DiwanDavid Abraham
MichaelRandhir
Durrani
NayampalliS.B. Nayampalli
Sham KumarShyam Kumar
CharandasAsit Sen
Police CommissionerBrahm Bhardwaj
Rajan Kapoor
Dancer who got tied up C.S. Dubey
ColonelPinchoo Kapoor
Plot
Rajkumar Shamsher Singh (Shammi Kapoor) is the only son of the local Maharaja, and has been brought up as a brat, and now he is an irresponsible, alcoholic, and womanizing adult, who wants everyone to bow down before him and his princely rank. One priest refuses to do so, and Shamsher pummels him mercilessly, in vain though. Frustrated, he asks the priest what he should with his mundane life, and the priest tells him that he should repent, sacrifice all his palatial pleasures, and live the life of a simple and ordinary man, and hence learn the true meaning of life, for at least six months. Shamsher agrees to do so, and arranges an accident with his car, which crashes down a mountain, explodes and is blown to smithereens. Everyone in the palace believe that Shamsher is dead. He goes to a nearby village, and a blind woman there mistakes him for her long-lost son and starts calling him Sajjan Singh. Shamsher decides to play along as Sajjan, and lives with her. Two corrupt palace officials spot Sajjan, and notice his similarity to Shamsher, and conspire with him to pose as Shamsher for a hefty sum of money, to which Sajjan agrees. When he accompanies the officials back to the palace, he is shocked to find that his father has re-married a much younger woman, Ratna (Parveen chaudhry), and shortly after marrying her, has passed away, leaving the palace and it's management to her and her greedy brother. Shamsher decides to reveal his true identity, but the officials threaten to expose him to his new-found blind mother, and Shamsher knows that he is trapped in the body of Sajjan Singh, force to pose as none other than himself
Release date1969
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Awards: Unknown.
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Soundtrack

Lyrics: Hasrat Jaipuri | Music: Shankar, Jaikishan

1. Badan Pe Sitare Lapete | बदन पे सितारे लपेटे     
Voice: Mohammad Rafi

2. Madhosh Hawa Matwali | मदहोश हवा मतवाली     
Voice: Mohammad Rafi

3. Muqabla Hum Se Na Karo | मुकाबला हम से न करो     
Voice: Mohammad Rafi , Asha Bhosle, Lata Mangeshkar

4. Nazar Mein Bijli | नज़र में बिजली     
Voice: Mohammad Rafi

5. Thandi Thandi Hawa | ठंडी ठंडी हवा     
Voice: Lata Mangeshkar

6. Bachke Jane Na Doongi | बचके जाने न दूँगी     
Voice: Lata Mangeshkar, Mohammad Rafi

7. Badan Pe Sitare (Revival) | बदन पे सितारे     

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