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Samadhi (समाधी) 1950

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DirectorRamesh Saigal
WriterRamesh Saigal
Orginal musicC. Ramachandra
CinematographyK.H. Kapadia
Film EditingD.N. Pai
Art DirectorDayal Malwankar
Camera Operator
Assistant Cameramen
Playback SingersLata Mangeshkar,Amirbai Karnataki
CharacterActor / Actress
Shekhar Ashok Kumar
Lilly D'SouzaNalini Jaywant
Dolly D'SouzaKuldip Kaur
S.L. Puri
Ram PrasadBadri Prasad
Pratap Shashi Kapoor
N. Kabir
Patriotic drama addressing Subhash Chandra Bose and the Indian National Army. Following Boses call in Indian youth to join in the anti-imperialist front, Shekhar (Kumar) abandonos his wealth to join INA. In Singapore his elder brother Suresh (Shyam), who is the captian in the British army, has to collaborate with the British spy ring headed by Boss (Mubarak) and the dancer Dolly (Kaur). Shekhar falls in love with Lily (Jaywant), Dollys sister. Boss uses this to infiltrate the INAs intelligence. In the war, the two brother face each other and Shekhar is left for dead. He nevertheless makes it back alive and round up the British ships. Shekhar eventually dies in an operation to glow up a bridge on the India-Burma border. The film, which Filmindia (May, 1950) described as politicaly obsolete since India had already achieved independence, included the C. Ramchandra hit Gora gora o banke chhore (sung by Lata Mangeshkar and Amirbai Karnataki) praising Bose, Subhash Chandra ke naam se Hindustan ka naam, as well as the socialist-realist marching song Kadam kadam bhadayaje ja (both sung by the composer)
Release date1950
Awards: Unknown.
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Lyrics: R.Krishan | Music: C. Ramachandra

1. Gore Gore O Banke Chhore | गोरे गोरे ओ बनके छोरे     
Voice: Lata Mangeshkar,Amirbai Karnataki

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