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Nirala (1950)

A doctor unknowingly spurns a woman who loves him, compelling her to marry a wealthy king whose three wives allegedly killed themselves.

Director:

Devendra Mukherjee (as Deben Mukerji)

Writer:

P.L. Santoshi (story & dialogue) (as Santoshi)
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Cast

Cast overview:
Madhubala ... Poonam
Dev Anand ... Dr. Anand
Mazhar Khan Mazhar Khan ... Raja Sangram Singh (as Mazar Khan)
Mumtaz Ali ... Rani
Radhakrishan Radhakrishan ... Paltu Pandey (as Radhakishan)
Leela Mishra ... Poonam's Mother (as Lila Mishra)
Shama Gulnar Shama Gulnar ... Jalebi
Narbada Shankar Narbada Shankar ... (as Nerbadashankar)
C.L. Shah C.L. Shah ... Natta Dau
Shanti Madhok Shanti Madhok
Javed Javed ... Nandu
Lala Yaqoob Lala Yaqoob ... Tirchhe Singh (as Yakub)
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Storyline

After procuring a degree in medicine, Dr. Anand returns home to Bombay to take charge of his late father, Prakash Narayan's, estate. He is bequeathed an old car and a village, Phoolnagar, and accordingly decides to re-locate there and open a dispensary. Enroute there he meets with Poonam, who escorts him to her residence, where she lives an impoverished lifestyle with her ailing widowed mother and two brothers, Tirchhe and Nandu. Anand treats her mother and is permitted to live there but does not realize that Poonam has fallen in love with him. Then Tirchhe, who disapproves of Anand, makes a deal with the Rani of Sangrampur for Rs.25,000/- to get her three-time widowed brother, Raja Sangram Singh, married to Poonam - leaving the latter no choice but to openly express her love for Anand. But he unknowingly spurns her, the marriage takes place and she re-locates to live in the palace. Once there she finds out that untimely and sudden deaths of Sangram's three wives: Kanta Kumari who had... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Country:

India

Language:

Hindi | Gujarati

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M & T Studios See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Soundtracks

Tooti Footi Gadi
Music by C. Ramchandra
Lyrics by P.L. Santoshi (as Santoshi)
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