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Aabroo

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Release date  1943 (India)
Music director  Sonik-Omi, Govind Ram
Country  India
Director  Govind Ram
Genre  Bollywood
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Language  Hindi
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Release date  1943 (1943)
Directors  Nazir Ahmed Khan, Govind Ram
Cast  Sitara Devi, Vatsala Kumthekar
Similar movies  Izzat (1968), Anpadh (1962), Aan Baan (1972), The Honor of the House (1948), Ek Hi Rasta (1956)

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Aabroo (Hindi: आबरू, reputation) is a Bollywood film. It was released in 1943. The film was directed by Nazir and starred Sitara Devi, Yakub, Masud, Nazir Ahmed, Laddan and Chandabai. The music was composed by Pandit Gobindram.

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Nazir had starred with Sitara Devi earlier in Baagbaan (1938) and when he re-launched his banner 'Hind Pictures' in 1943, he offered a partnership to Sitara Devi. She acted in all the five films produced by Hind Pictures that year. Four of them including Aabroo co-starred Nazir while one (Salma) had Ishwarlal opposite her.

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Cast

  • Sitara Devi
  • Nazir Ahmed
  • Yakub
  • Masud
  • Laddan
  • Chandabai
  • Jagdish Sethi
  • Vatsala Kumthekar
  • Shakir
  • Janardan Sharma
  • Soundtrack

    The music director was Pandit Gobindram and the lyrics were written by several lyricists, namely: Tanveer Naqvi, Rajjan, Hasrat Lakhnavi, Swami Ramanand Saraswati. One version of the old popular song "Inhi Logon Ne Le Leena Dupatta Mera" is rendered in the film by Yakub. The lyrics are credited to Tanvir Naqvi though there is a song recorded earlier than this. The song later gained popularity when used in Pakeezah 1972, sung by Lata Mangeshkar and with lyrics credited to Majrooh Sultanpuri.

    References

    Aabroo Wikipedia
    Aabroo IMDb


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