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Taj Mahal (ताज महल) 1963

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BannerPushpa Pictures
DirectorM. Sadiq
Writer Qamar Jalalabadi
ProducerA.K. Nadiadwala
Production executiveGhulam Husain
Production CompanyPushpa Pictures
Music Director Roshan
CinematographyG. Balakrishna
Film EditingMoosa Mansoor
Art DirectorA.A. Majid
Camera Operator
Assistant CameramenB. Divecha, Shankar
Playback SingersAsha Bhosle, Mohammad Rafi , Lata Mangeshkar
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CharacterActor / Actress
Arjuman Banoo / Malka-E-Alam Mumtaz Bina Rai
Shehzada Khurram / Shah JehanPradeep Kumar
Ladli BanooJabeen Jalil
Malka-E-Alam Noor Jehan / Mehrunissa Veena
Jeevan Kala
Madhumati
Arjuman Banoo's Governess Sulochana
Lata Sinha
Sujata
Court Dancer - song 'Na Nare Na Na'Helen
GulbadanMinoo Mumtaz
Shahenshan Jehangir Rehman
Shehzada Saifuddin Shahryar Qazi Jeevan
Mahabat KhanMurad
Balam
Wazir KhanRajan Haksar
Mirza Musharraf
Khurshid Bawra
Johnny Whisky
Mirza SoktaMohan Choti
Master Munna
Raja Amrohi
Raj Prakash
plot
It was at the Meena Bazar that Shehzada Khurram first laid eyes on Arjuman Banu. When their eyes met it was love at first sight for both of them. When Queen Noor Jehan, one of the wives of Shahenshah Jehangir, finds out she is enraged, as she wants Khurram to get married to her daughter, Ladli Banu, even though Arjuman is her niece. She plots to hold Arjuman as a prisoner in her palace, but in vain; then she attempts to have Khurram sent away to battle - again in vain, as Khurram returns triumphant, and is named 'Shah Jehan'. Then she has her step-son, Saifuddin, arrange to kill Khurram - again in vain. Khurram gets stabbed but with Arjuman's help he recovers, returns home, but does not tell his father, fearing for his health. When Jehangir hears of Arjuman's assistance, he gladly arranges their marriage, while Saifuddin ends up marrying Ladli. Then Khurram is sent away to another kingdom, leaving Noor Jehan to plot against him. When Jehangir falls ill, she takes over the reins, has Khurram declared an intruder and sends her armies to bring him in or alternatively his two sons
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Awards
Filmfare Awards (1963):
Won - Best Lyrics : Sahir Ludhianvi
Won - Best Music : Roshan
Nominated - Best Female Playback Singer: Lata Mangeshkar for the song "Jo Wada Kiya"
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Soundtrack

Lyrics: Sahir Ludhianvi | Music: Roshan

1. Jo Wada Kiya | जो Wada किया     
Voice: Lata Mangeshkar, Mohammad Rafi

2. Jo Baat Tujh Mein Hai | जो बात तुझ में है     
Voice: Mohammad Rafi

3. Chandi Ka Badan | चंडी का बदन     
Voice: Asha Bhosle, Mohammad Rafi

4. Paaon Chhoo Lene Do | पाऊँ छू लेने दो     
Voice: Lata Mangeshkar, Mohammad Rafi

5. Jurm E Ulfat Pe | जुर्म इ उल्फत पे     
Voice: Lata Mangeshkar

6. Na Na Na Haath Na Lagana | न न न हाथ न लगाना     
Voice: Lata Mangeshkar, Mohammad Rafi

7. Jo Wada Kiya (sad) | जो वादा किया (साड)     
Voice: Lata Mangeshkar, Mohammad Rafi

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